KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/7/19

High School Sports – Friday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

Appleton North 58, Fond du Lac 40

–Eli Schipper led the Cardinals with 11 points in the loss. Fondy travels to Neenah on Tuesday. 

Neenah 79, Oshkosh North 68

Hortonville 80, Oshkosh West 67

Kaukauna 90, Appleton East 54

Kimberly 58, Appleton West 46

St. Mary’s Springs 55, North Fond du Lac 41

Winnebago Lutheran 67, Mayville 49

Lomira 62, Laconia 54

–Jake Lax scored 26 points to lead Lomira, Reed Gunnink scored 23 for Laconia in the loss. 

Chilton 63, Two Rivers 46

Eastbrook Academy 29, St. Lawrence Seminary 28

Girls Basketball: 

Appleton North 71, Fond du Lac 50

Campbellsport 46, Winneconne 34

Waupun 63, Plymouth 35

Oakfield 51, Central Wisconsin Christian 36

Boys Hockey: 

St. Mary’s Springs 13, Tomah/Sparta 1

–The Ledgers scored five times in both the first and third periods. Brady Welsch and Mitchell Huettl scored three goals apiece in the win for Springs.

Men’s College Basketball: 


Alma College (MI) 88, UW-Oshkosh 81

–Adam Fravert scored 25 points to lead Oshkosh in the loss. 

Big Ten: 

Michigan 103, Iowa 91

–Iowa’s Luka Garza scored 44 points in a losing effort for the Hawkeyes


Milwaukee 119, LA Clippers 91

–Giannis Antetokounmpo celebrated his 25th birthday with 27 points and 11 rebounds and a convincing win over the Clippers at Fiserv Forum for Milwaukee’s 14th straight victory. The Bucks led by nine at halftime, but rolled past the Clippers in the second half – extending their lead out to 41 points with eight minutes left in the game. The Bucks are 20-3 on the year and will go for win #15 in a row Monday night against Orlando. 

Golden State 100, Chicago 98

Oklahoma City 139, Minnesota 127 (OT)

Detroit 108, Indiana 101

College Hockey: 


Marian 2, Aurora 1 (OT)

–The Sabres win their fifth straight game

Michigan State 3, Wisconsin 0


Wisconsin 4, Minnesota-Duluth 3

College Volleyball: 

NCAA Tournament – 1st Round: 

Wisconsin 3, Illinois State 0 (25-13, 25-14, 26-24)

–The Badgers will play UCLA in the Second Round tonight at the UW Field House. 

Marquette 3, Dayton 0 (25-23, 25-19, 25-22)

–The Golden Eagles will play Purdue in the Second Round tonight.