KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/6/19

High School Sports – Thursday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Plymouth 62, Waupun 48

Campbellsport 69, Winneconne 67

Oakfield 62, Fall River 43

–Grant Bass scored 23 points to lead the Oaks

Chilton 54, Green Bay West 39

Girls Basketball: 

Winnebago Lutheran 51, North Fond du Lac 28

Mayville 58, Lomira 41


Oshkosh North 57, Fond du Lac 18

–Isaac Ortegon, Josiah Streblow and Joe Schmitz were winners for Fondy against the Spartans

North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 45, Omro 24

–The Oriole/Ledger team got six pins in the win over the Foxes. 

St. Lawrence Seminary 40, Winnebago Lutheran 36

Laconia 66, Mayville 0

Girls Hockey: 

Wisconsin Valley Union 2, Fond du Lac Warbirds 0

Boys Hockey: 

Kettle Moraine, Mukwonago, Oconomowoc (KMMO) 3, Waupun 1


Thursday Night Football: 

Chicago 31, Dallas 24

–Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky threw for three touchdowns and ran for another as the Bears sent the Cowboys to their third loss in a row. Chicago improves to 7-6 on the year – they’ll visit the Packers next Sunday


The Milwaukee Brewers adding another catcher after 2019 All-Star Yasmani Grandal left for the White Sox. The Brewers traded pitching prospect Adam Hill and a 2020 draft pick to the Seattle Mariners for catcher Omar Narváez. Twenty-seven-year-old Narváez hit .278 with 22 home runs and 55 R-B-Is in 132 games for Seattle last season. He’s a left-handed hitter and 20 of his homers came against right-handers. The move sets up a likely platoon situation with catcher Manny Pina.

Women’s College Basketball: 

Big Ten/ACC Challenge: 

Georgia Tech 60, Wisconsin 41


UW-Milwaukee 78, Northern Illinois 65


The Milwaukee Bucks have claimed some small piece of revenge against the Toronto Raptors with the win November 2nd.  Tonight (Friday), they face Kawhi Leonard, the player who shut down N-B-A Most Valuable Player Giannis Antetokounmpo in the Eastern Conference Finals. Leonard plays for the L-A Clippers these days. And, Antetokounmpo has elevated his already impressive game to new heights, averaging 31 points, 13 rebounds and five-and-a-half assists-a-game. The Bucks star is the only player in N-B-A history to produce at least nine-thousand points, four-thousand rebounds and two-thousand assists before he turned 25. The Bucks are also going for their 14th straight win. Tipoff time tonight is 7 pm at Fiserv Forum. 


Chicago 4, Boston 3 (OT)

Minnesota 5, Tampa Bay 4