KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/30/19

High School Football – Thursday’s Results: 


Horicon-Hustisford 27, Mayville 7

Appleton East 17, Neenah 7

8-Player: Oakfield 25, Belmont 24

Boys Soccer: 

Fond du Lac 5, Manitowoc Lincoln 0

–Alfonso Ceballos and Andy Cortes each scored two goals in the win for Fondy

Berlin 1, Campbellsport 1 (Tie)

Plymouth 2, Ripon 0

Waupun 6, Kewaskum 2

Random Lake 4, New Holstein 2

Girls Volleyball: 

Laconia 3, Living Word Lutheran 0 (25-18, 25-21, 25-19)

Girls Tennis: 

St. Mary Catholic 7, St. Mary’s Springs 0

Plymouth 4, Waupun 3

Girls Golf: 

Oshkosh North defeated Fond du Lac in an FVA Dual Meet at Westhaven Golf Course 209-241. Fondy’s Maisey Wilhelms had the low score for the Cardinals with a 49

Cross Country: 

North Fond du Lac/Oakfield competed at the New Holstein Meet on Thursday. The boys team finished fourth, with Xavier Lasee winning the meet championship (17:40.1). Nolan Stark was a top ten finisher as well, placing 7th (19:26.5). The NFDL/Oakfield girls team placed eighth – Avery Conger was their top finisher (26:09.6)

Tonight’s HS Football Schedule: 

VFA Games: 

Fond du Lac at Stevens Point – coverage at 6:30 on 107.1 WFON

Oshkosh North at Marshfield

Oshkosh West at D.C. Everest

Appleton West at Hortonville

Appleton North at Franklin (Non-Conference)

Wisconsin Rapids at Kimberly

Wausau West at Kaukauna

Non-Conference – Flyway Teams: 

Amherst at St. Mary’s Springs

–The Ledgers are 0-1 after falling in the season opener last week against Lake Country Lutheran. Springs and Amherst have met every season since 2015 – with the Ledgers winning the last four games, including twice in 2018. 

Winnebago Lutheran at Chilton

–Chilton is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the school’s 1969 team that went unbeaten and unscored upon, – that featured future NFL Hall-of-Famer Dave Casper. The Tigers team that season went 8-0, and outscored its opponents 363-0. 

North Fond du Lac at New Holstein

Markesan at Laconia

Campbellsport at Lomira

Omro at Winneconne

Non-Conference – East Central Teams:

Ripon at Kiel

Waupun at Racine Lutheran


Green Bay 27, Kansas City 20

–Dexter Williams’ three yard touchdown run with just over six minutes left to play in the game proved to be the difference as the Packers downed the Chiefs to win the preseason finale at Lambeau Field Thursday night. The Packers outscored the Chiefs 20-to-7 in the second quarter, sparked by a 74-yard pick six by rookie linebacker Ty Summers. Green Bay finishes 2-2 in the preseason – up next, roster cutdowns, teams must have their roster cut down to 53 players by 3 pm on Saturday. The regular season opener is under a week away – next Thursday at Chicago

Tennessee 19, Chicago 15

Buffalo 27, Minnesota 23

Cleveland 20, Detroit 16

College Football: 

Non-Conference (Big Ten Teams): 

Minnesota 28, South Dakota State 21

–The Gophers got a touchdown and two-point conversion with 5:39 left in the game to escape the Jackrabbits. 

Top 25:

#1 Clemson 52, Georgia Tech 14

#12 Texas A&M 41, Texas State 7

#14 Utah 30, BYU 12

#17 UCF 62, Florida A&M 0


#19 Wisconsin at South Florida

–Coverage starts after Brewers on KFIZ

Tulsa at #18 Michigan State

UMass at Rutgers

Purdue at Nevada

Major League Baseball: 

National League: 

The Brewers open a three game weekend series in Chicago against the Cubs tonight. It’s the first of seven meetings between the teams over the next week – with a four game set between the division rivals coming next Thursday through Sunday at Miller Park. Chase Anderson gets the start for the Brewers against Jose Quintana for the Cubs. Coverage starts at 12:45, first pitch is 1:10 on KFIZ. 

Chicago Cubs 4, NY Mets 1

Miami 4, Cincinnati 3 (12 Innings)

Pittsburgh 11, Colorado 8

American League: 

Minnesota 10, Chicago White Sox 5

Cleveland 2, Detroit 0

Oakland 9, Kansas City 8

Minor League Baseball: 

Kane County 8, Wisconsin 4

Peoria 5, Beloit 4