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Sports : Saturday, 6/10/17

09-Jun-2017

High School Softball:

 

WIAA Division 3 State Semifinals:

 

Laconia 2, Bloomer 0

--Laconia will face Weyauwega-Fremont for the D3 State Championship this afternoon. A win would mark the third straight state championship for Laconia. Our coverage begins around 12:55, first pitch scheduled for 1pm on KFIZ.

 

Northwoods League (South):

 

Rockford 11, Fond du Lac 4

--Six straight losses for the Dock Spiders, who play at Rockford again tonight. First pitch is 6:35.

 

Lakeshore 5, Green Bay 3

 

Madison 11, Wisconsin 3

 

Battle Creek 7, Kenosha 3

 

Wisconsin Rapids 11, Kalamazoo 4

 

Northwoods League (North):

 

Rochester 7, La Crosse 6

 

Bismarck 8, Eau Claire 6

 

Major League Baseball:

 

National League:

 

Milwaukee 8, Arizona 6

--Manny Pina goes 3 for 5 with a double and Zach Davies earns his 7th win of the year on the mound as the Brewers win game 1 of the three game weekend series against Arizona. Game two is tonight, coverage starts at 8:35 on KFIZ.

 

Colorado 5, Chicago Cubs 3

 

St. Louis 3, Philadelphia 2

 

Miami 12, Pittsburgh 7

 

LA Dodgers 7, Cincinnati 2

 

American League:

 

Cleveland 7, Chicago White Sox 3

 

Boston 5, Detroit 3

 

Interleague:

 

Minnesota 4, San Francisco 0

 

San Diego 6, Kansas City 3

 

Minor League Baseball:

 

Midwest League:

 

Wisconsin 3, Kane County 2

 

NBA Finals (Game 4):

 

Cleveland 137, Golden State 116 (GS leads series 3-1)

--The Cavaliers make 24 three pointers in the win, Kyrie Irving scored 40 points, LeBron James added a triple-double of 31 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds. Kevin Durant scored 35 for Golden State in the loss. Game five is Monday in Oakland.


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