KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/7/18

Thursday’s High School Results:

Girls Basketball:

Laconia 64, St. Mary’s Springs 40

–Kiarra Otto scored 22 points to lead the Spartans, while the Ledgers were paced by Gracie Rieder with 13.

Winnebago Lutheran 65, Lomira 54

–Geneva Hewitt scored 21 points and had eight steals, Kaylee Frey added 14 points for WLA. Crystal Geiger scored 15 for Lomira in the loss.

North Fond du Lac 58, Omro 30

–The Orioles had three players score in double figures, led by Bree Rock with 14 points, Jordyn Stettbacher added 13, Kaitlyn King scored 12.

Central Wisconsin Christian 52, Wayland Academy 19

Kiel 49, Chilton 33

Two Rivers 52, New Holstein 40

Boys Basketball:

Waupun 68, Ripon 41

Plymouth 66, Campbellsport 56


Fond du Lac 57, Hortonville 18

North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs 63, St. Lawrence Seminary 16

Gavin Foote-106, Ethan Seaton-132, Jacob Hopp-138, Gadge Holmes-145, Andrew Forsythe-152, Dalton Fritch-160, Carson Reitz-170, Lane Fritch-182, Jacob Koffman-195, and Marcus Orlandoni-220 all won by pin for the Oriole/Ledger wrestling team.

Winnebago Lutheran 38, Omro 33

Campbellsport 48, Plymouth 27

Men’s College Basketball:


Drake 75, UW-Milwaukee 61

Iowa 98, Iowa State 84

Big Ten:

Purdue 62, Maryland 60

Women’s College Basketball:


Mississippi State 87, Marquette 82

College Hoops News:

Wisconsin sophomore guard Trevor Anderson will undergo knee surgery and will miss the remainder of the season. Anderson appeared in eight games this year – totaling 13 points, nine rebounds and three assists in just under seven minutes per game. Anderson sat out all of last year after transferring to Wisconsin from UW-Green Bay, he’s appeared in 28 games in his career – averaging 7.5 points, two rebounds and two assists per game.


The Bucks welcome the Golden State Warriors to the FIserv Forum tonight. Milwaukee downed Detroit 115-92 on Wednesday night behind 27 points from Eric Bledsoe to improve to 16-7 on the year. Golden State sits at 17-9 on the season – and have gone 5-5 in their last ten games, most recently beating Cleveland on Wednesday 129-105, behind 42 points from Steph Curry. The Bucks won the only other meeting between the two teams this season – 134-111 back on November 8th. Tipoff time is 8:30 tonight – no broadcast on KFIZ because of high school basketball coverage.

College Football:

Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor is the 2018 winner of the Doak Walker Award – which is given to the nation’s top running back. The sophomore led the nation with 1,989 rushing yards and scored 15 touchdowns on the year. Taylor is the fourth Badger to win the award, joining Ron Dayne (1999), Montee Ball (2012) and Melvin Gordon (2014). Travis Etienne of Clemson and Darrell Henderson of Memphis were the other finalists for the award.


Thursday Night Football: Tennessee 30, Jacksonville 9


Las Vegas 4, Chicago 3

Calgary 2, Minnesota 0

Detroit 5, Toronto 4 (OT)