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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 11/28/18

28-Nov-2018

Tuesday’s High School Results:


Boys Basketball:


Kaukauna 94, Fond du Lac 45

--Mack Sebert and Eli Schipper each scored nine points in the loss for Fondy. The Cardinals host Oshkosh West on Friday


Oshkosh West 78, Neenah 76


Kimberly 92, Appleton West 86


Appleton East 64, Appleton North 29


Winneconne 83, Laconia 54


Lomira 69, Ripon 66


Mayville 47, Campbellsport 36


Waupun 60, New Holstein 36


Rio 70, Oakfield 47


Kiel 57, Kewaskum 46


Girls Basketball:


Kaukauna 61, Fond du Lac 39


St. Mary’s Springs 53, Sheboygan Lutheran 39

--Brianna Freund scored 13 points to lead Springs in the win


Laconia 55, Amherst 47 (2OT)

--Kiarra Otto scored 16 points, Alissa Dins added 14 in the win for the Spartans.


Waupun 67, Lomira 56

--Peyton McGinnis scored 20 points to lead Waupun in the win. Lomira was led by 16 from Crystal Gieger.


Mayville 45, Ripon 23

--Syd Schultz scored 25 points to lead Mayville - Ripon was led by 16 points from Alexa Miller.


Princeton/Green Lake 50, Oakfield 33


Boys Swimming:


Manitowoc Lincoln 93. Fond du Lac 75

--The Cardinals win six of the 11 events at the meet, but fall short to the Ships. Among the winners for Fondy were Nick Dilling in the 100 meter butterfly (career best 58.73) and Andrew Park in the 100 meter freestyle (career best 51.87).


Boys Hockey:


Arrowhead 2, St. Mary’s Springs 0


Men’s College Basketball:


Big Ten/ACC Challenge:


Wisconsin 79, NC State 75

--Ethan Happ posted his seventh double-double in as many games - scoring 19 points and grabbing 11 rebounds to help lead the Badgers to a win over the NC State Wolfpack at the Kohl Center. D’Mitrik Trice added 18 points on 4 of 5 shooting from three point range in the win. Wisconsin is 6-1 on the year, they’ll open Big Ten play at Iowa on Friday.


Iowa 69, Pittsburgh 68


Notre Dame 76, Illinois 74


Duke 90, Indiana 69


Penn State 63, Virginia Tech 62


Louisville 82, Michigan State 78 (OT)


The B1G/ACC Challenge continues tonight - on the schedule: Syracuse at Ohio State, Rutgers at Miami (FL), Virginia at Maryland, Purdue at Florida State, Georgia Tech at Northwestern and North Carolina at Michigan


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Marquette 76, Charleston Southern 55

--Markus Howard scored 17 to lead the Golden Eagles


UW-Oshkosh 86, North Park (IL) 53


College Football:


A handful of Badger players were given All-Conference honors by the Big Ten coaches and Media Tuesday night. Linebacker TJ Edwards was named first team all-conference by the media and second team by coaches. Linebacker Andrew Van Ginkel was named third team all-conference by the conference coaches, with safety D’Cota Dixon a unanimous third team selection by the coaches and media. Van Ginkel and Ryan Connelly were named honorable mention defense by the media.


Kicker Rafael Gaglianone was named honorable mention special teams by the coaches


Penn State defensive lineman and Fond du Lac High School alumnus Robert Windsor earned honorable mention all-conference by the coaches and media.


The College Football Playoff picture is starting to take shape in the latest rankings released by the playoff selection committee. The top four teams heading into championship weekend include Alabama in the top spot, Clemson at two and Notre Dame at three. Georgia currently holds the number four spot with Oklahoma at five and Ohio State at six. The rest of the top ten includes Michigan at seven, Central Florida at eight, Florida at nine and LSU at 10. The four-teams that make the playoff will be announced on Sunday.


NHL:


Las Vegas 8, Chicago 3


Arizona 4, Minnesota 3


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