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Sports : Sunday, 6/18/17

18-Jun-2017

Legion Baseball:

 

Fond du Lac 9, Menasha 6

 

Northwoods League (South):

 

Fond du Lac 8, Lakeshore 0 (Game 1)

--AJ Lewis goes 2 for 3 with a double in the win for Fondy in Game 1.

 

Lakeshore 9, Fond du Lac 7 (Game 2 - 10 Innings)

 

Rockford 7, Green Bay 2

 

Madison 6, Battle Creek 1

 

Wisconsin 4, Wisconsin Rapids 2

 

Kenosha 9, Kalamazoo 6

 

Northwoods League (North):

 

St. Cloud 5, La Crosse 4

 

Eau Claire 7, Thunder Bay 3

 

Major League Baseball:

 

National League:

 

San Diego 7, Milwaukee 5 (11 Innings)

--Orlando Arcia went 2 for 4 with a home run in the loss for Milwaukee. Eric Thames (#20 on the season) and Keon Broxton also hit homers in the loss. The final game of the series is this afternoon, coverage starts at 12:35 on KFIZ.

 

Pittsburgh 4, Chicago Cubs 3

 

LA Dodgers 10, Cincinnati 2

 

American League:

 

Chicago White Sox 5, Toronto 2

 

Cleveland 9, Minnesota 3 (Game 1)

 

Cleveland 6, Minnesota 2 (Game 2)

 

Tampa Bay 3, Detroit 2

 

LA Angels 9, Kansas City 0

 

Interleague:

 

Baltimore 15, St. Louis 7

 

Minor League Baseball:

 

Midwest League:

 

Kane County 14, Wisconsin 2

 

Golf:  Brian Harman is in the lead after the third round of the US Open at Erin Hills, despite Justin Thomas shooting the best round of this year’s tournament on Saturday. Harman fired a 5-under 67 for a 12-under total that puts him one stroke ahead of Thomas. Thomas had the round of the day and one of the best in tournament history, becoming the fifth player to shoot a 63 in a U.S. Open and the first player at nine under. Brooks Koepka and Tommy Fleetwood also sit at 11-under par going into Sunday’s final round. Mequon native Jordan Niebrugge shot a 73 to finish at plus-two on the day, while Steve Stricker scored a minus-2 69 in third round play.
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