KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 12/8/19

High School Sports – Saturday’s Results: 

Boys Basketball: 

St. Lawrence Seminary 46, Cristo Rey Jesuit 34

Boys Hockey: 

Fond du Lac 6, Sheboygan 2

–Nolan Grier and Josh Stephany each scored two goals in the win for Fondy

St. Mary’s Springs 5, Onalaska/La Crosse 4

–Brady Welsch scored four goals – all in the second period – as the Ledgers held on for a win over the Hilltoppers

Waupun 7, Appleton United 0


The North Fond du Lac/St. Mary’s Springs wrestling team competed at the Blackshirt Duals at Waukesha South High School on Saturday. The Oriole/Ledger team finished 1-3 on the day, with a win over Brookfield Central and losses to Wilmot Union, Waukesha South and Whitnall/Greendale. 

Individually, Andrew Forsythe and Marcus Orlandoni each went 4-0 on the day, with Jacob Koffman, Zack Williams, Lane Fritch and Avery Hull all going 3-1. 


Campbellsport placed fourth at their home invite on Saturday, scoring 142 team points. Individually, Drake Muellenbach took first place at 113 pounds, Devyn Urban took first at 160 pounds, Dylan Urban second place at 170

Men’s College Basketball: 


Lakeland University 89, Marian 87 (OT)

–Logan Hamilton scored 25 points, Justin Wilson added 23 to lead the Sabres

Midwest Conference: 

St. Norbert 70, Ripon College 69

–Nolan Bierne’s free throw with 35 seconds left help lift the Green Knights over the Red Hawks. Ryan Steffes led Ripon with 22 points, Trent Jones scored 21 in the loss. 


UW-Oshkosh 89, Calvin College (MI) 50

–Adam Fravert scored 22 points to lead the Titans

Marquette 73, Kansas State 65

–Markus Howard scored 19 points to lead the Golden Eagles to the road win over the Wildcats

Eastern Illinois 93, UW-Green Bay 80

Big Ten: 

Wisconsin 84, Indiana 64

–Kobe King scored 24 points, Nate Ruevers added 20 as the Badgers blew out the Hoosiers in the Big Ten opener Saturday afternoon. Wisconsin plays at Rutgers on Wednesday

#6 Ohio State 106, Penn State 74

#3 Maryland 59, Illinois 58

Creighton 95, Nebraska 76 (Non-conference)

Women’s College Basketball:


Lakeland University 56, Marian 53

–Morgan Johnson scored 15 points to lead the Sabres.

Midwest Conference: 

Ripon College 66, St. Norbert 48


De Paul 76, UW-Green Bay 65

College Hockey: 


Aurora 1, Marian 0

Michigan State 5, Wisconsin 4


Marian 2, Finlandia 1

Wisconsin 5, Minnesota-Duluth 2

Women’s College Volleyball:

NCAA Tournament – 2nd Round: 

Wisconsin 3, UCLA 0 (25-18, 25-21, 25-14)

–The Badgers advance to the Sweet 16 where they will play Texas A&M. 

Purdue 3, Marquette 1 (22-25, 25-16, 25-17, 25-13)