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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/16/19

16-Apr-2019

Monday’s High School Results:


Baseball:


St. Mary’s Springs 11, Laconia 0

--Cade Christensen drove in three runs, and earned the win on the pitcher’s mound - striking out six in seven innings in the win for Springs.


Kettle Moraine Lutheran 8, Lomira 2


Lakeside Lutheran 12, Mayville 6


Oakfield 5, Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian 2


Chilton 8, Manitowoc Lutheran 2


Plymouth 4, New Holstein 3


Softball:


St. Mary’s Springs 9, New Holstein 0

--Emma Rolf blasted a three-run home run and had four RBI in the win for Springs. Lilly Wahl struck out 12 in a three-hit shutout in the circle.


Watertown Luther Prep 12, Winnebago Lutheran 11

--Luther Prep scored seven runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to pull out the win over the Vikings. Kaylee Frey had two hits, including a two-run home run for WLA in the loss


North Fond du Lac 18, Laconia 6 (6 Innings)

--Katie King went 3 for 4 at the plate - hitting two home runs and driving in six runs in the win for NFDL.


Lomira 12, West Bend East 6

--Rylee Baetz went 5 for 5 at the plate with a triple and three RBI in the win for Lomira


Girls Soccer:


Kohler 3, Winnebago Lutheran 0

--Emma Butzke had 18 saves in goal for WLA


North Fond du Lac United 0, Omro 0 (Tie)

--Bre Tillman had eight saves in goal for United


Boys Tennis:


Oshkosh North 5, Fond du Lac 2


St. Lawrence Seminary 5, St. John’s NW Military Academy 2

--St. Lawrence picked up wins in #2, #3 & #4 singles and #2 & #3 doubles to pull out the win.


College Baseball:


NACC:


Marian 6, MSOE 5 (10 Innings - Game 1)


Marian 6, MSOE 2 (Game 2)


Midwest Conference:


Lake Forest College 1, Ripon College 0 (Game 1)


Lake Forest College 10, Ripon College 0 (Game 2)


WIAC:


UW-La Crosse 9, UW-Oshkosh 6 (Game 1)


UW-La Crosse 8, UW-Oshkosh 1 (Game 2)


Major League Baseball:


National League:


Milwaukee 10, St. Louis 7

--Christian Yelich blasted three home runs and had a career-high seven RBI as the Brewers took game one of the series at Miller Park Monday night. Game two of the series is tonight - coverage starts at 6:05 on KFIZ.


Chicago Cubs 7, Miami 2


LA Dodgers 4, Cincinnati 3


American League:


Chicago White Sox 5, Kansas City 4


Toronto 5, Minnesota 3


Cleveland 6, Seattle 4


Minor League Baseball:


Beloit 3, Wisconsin 0


College Basketball:


The Hauser Brothers are leaving Marquette. The Golden Eagles announced Monday that both Sam and Joey Hauser will be transferring out of the program. Sam told ESPN that both he and his brother are planning to go to the same school. Sam, a 6’8” junior, averaged 14.9 points and 7.2 rebounds this year, shooting 40 percent from three point range. He will have one year of eligibility remaining after sitting out this year. Joey, a 6’9” freshman averaged 9.7 points and 5.3 rebounds per game - shooting 42 percent from three point range. He will have three years of eligibility remaining after sitting out this season.


Duke's Zion Williamson, likely to be the top pick in the NBA draft this June, has officially declared his intention to leave Duke after one season in which he averaged 22.6 points and 8.9 rebounds. Joining Williamson in the draft is a pair of national champions leaving Virginia in forward De'Andre Hunter and guard Ty Jerome. Gonzaga forward Rui Hachimura, the West Coast Conference player of the year, has also declared for the draft.


NBA:


Eastern Conference Playoffs - 1st Round:


Philadelphia 145, Brooklyn 123

--Series tied 1-1


Western Conference Playoffs - 1st Round:


LA Clippers 135, Golden State 131

--The Clippers rally from down 31 points to stun the Warriors and tie the series at one game apiece


NHL:


Stanley Cup Playoffs - Round 1:


Toronto 3, Boston 2

--Maple Leafs lead the series 2-1


Carolina 5, Washington 0

--Capitals lead the series 2-1


Nashville 3, Dallas 2

--Predators lead the series 2-1


Colorado 6, Calgary 2

--Avalanche lead series 2-1


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