Sports – Saturday, December 5th, 2015

Detroit took down the Bucks 102-95 on Friday
night in the Motown.  Khris Middleton had
21 and Greg Monroe 14 points and 13 rebounds as the Bucks drop to 7-13 on the
season.  Milwaukee will host the New York Knicks
tonight.  Coverage begins at 7:10pm on


The Badger men’s
basketball team will host Temple
this morning in a non-conference game. 
Coverage begins at 10:30am with the tip set for 11:30pm on KFIZ.


Marquette hosts Maine this afternoon at BMO Harris
Bradley Center
.  The tip is set for 1:30pm. 


UW-Green Bay will host Toledo and former coach Tod Kowalczyk on Sunday afternoon
at the Resch Center.


College Football
Title Games

MAC: Bowling Green 34 Northern Illinois

Big Ten: Iowa vs. Michigan

SEC: Alabama vs. Florida

PAC-12: USC vs.
ACC: Clemson vs. North Carolina

Athletic: Temple vs. Houston.


The Badger
football team will find out their bowl destination on Sunday.


The Packers have
Sunday off after Thursday night’s Miracle in Motown but we’ll have a
triple-header of football on KFIZ.  At
Noon, Houston
travels to Buffallo, then at 3:15pm it’s the Chiefs at Raiders.  On Sunday Night Football, the Colts are at Pittsburgh.


The Arizona
Diamondbacks have signed pitcher Zach Greinke to a six-year, $206 million
dollar contract.


Men’s College

Marian 4 St. Scholastica 1


Women’s College Hockey

Adrian 6 Marian 0


The Fond du Lac boys basketball team dropped
their Fox Valley Association opener to Oshkosh West 54-49 on Friday night at
the Acuity Fieldhouse.  Junior Caleb
Goldstein led the Cardinals with 14 points while fellow junior Sam Fredrickson
chipped in 12.  Ben Kohl led West (3-0,
1-0) with 15 points.  Fond du Lac (0-2, 0-1) will host former FVA
rival Menasha on Tuesday night in a non-conference game.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 7:05pm with the Tim Cruz
Agency American Family Insurance Pregame Show. 
The tip is set for 7:30pm.


Click here to listen to the
KFIZ Radio broadcast of the game.


Click here for postgame
comments from Fondy Coach Mark Ziebell


Friday, December 4th

Boys Basketball

Oshkosh West 54 Fond du Lac
49 – Aleah Wendals 15 pts

Neenah 62 Appleton
West 48

Kaukauna 66 Appleton East 44

Kimberly 97 Oshkosh North 92 – 2OT

Hortonville 63 Appleton North 44

Omro 76 North Fond du Lac 40

St. Mary’s Springs 51 Lomira
44 – Kurt Mueller 16

Gibralter 58 St. Lawrence 43
– Richard Lor 20

Oakfield 53 Valley Christian
51 – Rollin Petersen 14 pts

Markesan 72 CWC 23


Girls Basketball

Fond du Lac 47 Oshkosh West

Fond du Lac
Weyauwega-Fremont 44 – Bryanna Morris 17 pts

Lakeside Lutheran 66 WLA 49 – Cassie Gliszinski 15 pts

Campbellsport 52 Kewaskum 36

Chilton 45 New Holstein 34

Plymouth 57 Waupun 44 – Danielle Hopp 17 pts

KML 81 Ripon 46


Boys Hockey

Bay Port 4 Fond du Lac 2

LaCrosse Aquinas Co-Op 5 St.
Mary’s Springs 2

Brookfield East 3 Waupun 2


The North Fondy-Springs
wrestling team finished 2nd at the St.
Northwestern Military Academy Invite. Abe
Giebel, Noah Giebel, and Austin Hernandez finished 1st. Zach Choate finished
2nd. Mitchell Lozano finished 3rd. Jace Braun, Jared Bavers, and Tony Bednarek
finished 4th. Joe Brunette finished 5th.


Saturday, December 5th

Girls Basketball

Sheboygan Lutheran @St.
Mary’s Springs


Boys Hockey

St. Mary’s Springs @ Onalaska
– 1pm


Men’s College Basketball

Marian @ Benedictine – 2pm


Women’s College Basketball

Marian @ Benedictine – 4:15pm