Sports - Monday, April 22nd, 2013
The Miami Heat took Game 1 of their first round NBA Playoff series with the Bucks 110-87 on Sunday night. LeBron James scored 27 points, pulled down 10 rebounds and dished off 8 assists in the win. Ray Allen came off the bench to score 20 for the Heat. Brandon Jennings scored 18 of his team high 26 in the first half while Monta Ellis added 22. Game 2 of the series is Tuesday night. You’ll hear it on KFIZ.
Indiana 107 Atlanta 90 – Paul George 23
San Antonio 91 Lakers 79 – Tony Parker 18
Oklahoma City.120 Houston 91 – Kevin Durant 24
The Brewers collected just 3 hits on Sunday, but one was a three-run home by Ryan Braun as Milwaukee won for the 7th straight time with a 4-2 win over the Cubs at Miller Park. Braun’s blast came in the 5th inning and then he was ejected in the 8th for throwing his bat after a called third strike. Wily Peralta pitched into the 7th and notched his first win of the season. Jim Henderson picked up his 4th save. The Brewers are the first team in Major League Baseball History to start the season at 2-8 and the win their next seven games to get above the .500 mark. They look to make it 8 in a row tonight in San Diego. Kyle Lohse will start against Jason Marquis. Coverage begins at 8:35pm with the first pitch set for 9:10pm on KFIZ.
Cin 10 Mia 6
Pit 4 Atl 2
Phi 7 StL 3
Revis Sent To Tampa
The New York Jets have traded CB Darrelle Revis to Tampa Bay in exchange for the 13th pick in this years draft and a conditional pick next season. The Bucs on Sunday agreed to a six-year contract extension with Revis worth about $96 million dollars.
Wisconsin native Matt Kenseth won the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Kansas on Sunday. Kasey Kahne was 2nd and Jimmie Johnson 3rd.
Graeme McDowell beat Webb Simpson in a playoff to win the RBC Heritage on the PGA Tour on Sunday. Wisconsin native Jerry Kelly was 5th, three shots off the lead.
Game 1: Marian 7 Rockford 1
Game 2: Rockford 4 Marian 1
Saturday Prep Baseball
Game 1: Waupun 6 WLA 1 - Waupun scores 6 in 6th
Game 2: Waupun 8 WLA 1 -
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