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Sports - Friday, August 16th, 2013


 Fondy Babe Ruth Falls

The Fond du Lac Babe Ruth team lost to Columbia, Washington 4-2 at the Babe Ruth World Series on Thursday morning in Alabama.  Tyler Kryzanowski drove in both runs for the Bombers.  They will play Gulf Coast, Alabama today at 4pm.


High School Football

One week from today the high school football season kicks off for most teams across the state of Wisconsin.  Today, teams will test their medal against others with their annual scrimmages.  Next Friday night, Fond du Lac hosts Appleton North at Fruth.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.   St. Mary’s Springs hosts Sheboygan Falls on Saturday night in their opener.  You’ll also hear that game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.



The Packers head to St. Louis today for their Saturday night preseason matchup with the Rams.  It looks like Packer fans will get their first look at running back Eddie Lacy at the Edward Jones Dome.  DuJuan Harris, who returned to practice earlier this week is not expected to play.  Coverage begins at 5pm with the kickoff set for 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ and kfiz.com.



The Brewers opened up a seven game homestand with a 2-1 loss to the Reds last night at Miller Park.  Khris Davis accounted for the Brewers only run with a booming home run that hit at the base of Bernie’s Chalet.  Kyle Lohise gave up just two runs in seven innings, but takes the loss.  Carlos Gomez hurt his knee making a spectacular catch up against the centerfield wall last night.  He’ll have an MRI today.  The series continues tonight.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


Replay in MLB

Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig announced that he would like baseball to add more replay for the 2014 season.  He says under the plan, managers would have one challenge in the first six innings and two after the 7th inning.  The replays would be handled at the league office and not at the stadiums.  75% of the owners must vote to approve the plan for it to go through.

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