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Sports : Sunday, 6/4/17


Girls Soccer:


WIAA Division 3 Regional Finals:


Plymouth 4, North Fond du Lac/Oakfield/Laconia 0


WIAA Division 4 Regional Finals:


Winnebago Lutheran 1, St. Mary Catholic 0

--Winnebago Lutheran advances to face top-seed Wrightstown in a sectional semifinal game next Thursday.


Mayville 6, River Valley 1


Campbellsport 4, Columbus 0

--Mayville will host Campbellsport in a sectional semifinal game next Thursday.


Cedar Grove-Belgium 6, New Holstein 0


State Track & Field (Saturday’s Results):


Division 1:


Boys: Fond du Lac’s Andrew Stone places 6th in the Discus Throw (162-2)


Boys: Fond du Lac’s Noah Tagliapietra placed 4th in the 1,600 meter run (4:21.18). Tagliapietra also placed 14th in the 800 meter run (1:58.28)


Boys: Fond du Lac’s Trey Halfmann placed 9th in the 200 meter dash (22.51)


Girls: Fond du Lac’s Ally Gietzel places 12th in the Long Jump (17-7.00), Fondy’s Nicole Lord places 14th (17-6.25)


Division 2:


Boys: Waupun’s Ben Fisher placed 16th in the High Jump (5-10.00)


Boys: North Fond du Lac’s Nathan Schallert placed 14th in the Shot Put (46-8.50)


Boys: Waupun’s Kyle Miller placed 13th in the 1,600 meter run (4:36.26)


Boys: Waupun’s Josh McLinn placed 13th in the 800 meter run (2:01.62)


Girls: North Fond du Lac’s Frannie Sokolik placed 8th in the Triple Jump (35-11.25)


Girls: North Fond du Lac’s Frannie Sokolik placed 5th in the 100 meter dash (13.03).


Girls: Winnebago Lutheran’s Sarah Nieheuser placed 11th in the 3,200 meter run (12:38.96), Lomira’s Marin Reed placed 15th in the 3,200 meter (13:02.89)


Girls: Mayville’s Amy Chen placed 14th in the Pole Vault (9-0.00). Chen also placed 4th in the 200 meter dash (26.07)


Girls: Mayville’s Caitlin Falk finishes third in the 300 meter hurdles. (46.33)


Division 3:


Boys: St. Mary’s Springs’ Michael Buetow wins the Shot Put event (54-7.50). Teammate Jake Schrauth finishes 13th in the Shot Put (45-8.75).


Boys: St. Mary’s Springs’ 4X200 meter relay team finishes 4th (1:32.82)


Boys: St. Mary’s Springs’ 4X100 meter relay team finishes 5th (44.68)


Girls: Waupun’s Sydney Flier places fifth in the Discus Throw (126-8). Winnebago Lutheran’s MacKenzie Boehlke places 10th in the Discus (118-9).


Girls: St. Mary’s Springs’ 4X200 meter relay team places 6th (1:49.16)


Girls: St. Mary’s Springs’ Allison Taylor finishes 7th in the 400 meter run. (1:00.42)


Northwoods League (South):


Fond du Lac 8, Wisconsin 1

--The Dock Spiders return home to face Wisconsin this afternoon, first pitch is 1:05 pm


Madison 20, Green Bay 1


Wisconsin Rapids 7, Lakeshore 2


Kenosha 5, Kalamazoo 3


Battle Creek 6, Rockford 5


Northwoods League (North):


Waterloo 6, La Crosse 4


Eau Claire 5, Mankato 2


Major League Baseball:


National League:


LA Dodgers 10, Milwaukee 8

--The Brewers’ bullpen couldn’t hold a lead in the ninth and the Dodgers escaped with a win on Saturday afternoon at Miller Park.  The Brewers took an 8-4 lead on a five run 7th inning, featuring a grand slam from Travis Shaw followed by a solo home run by Hernan Perez. In the ninth, Carlos Torres walked in a run to make it 8-6, then Chris Taylor hit a grand slam of his own to give the Dodgers a 10-8 lead. The final game of the series is this afternoon, coverage begins at 12:35 on KFIZ.


Chicago Cubs 5, St. Louis 3


Atlanta 6, Cincinnati 5 (12 Innings)


NY Mets 4, Pittsburgh 2


American League:


Detroit 10, Chicago White Sox 1


Kansas City 12, Cleveland 5


Minor League Baseball:


Midwest League:


Wisconsin & Beloit’s game was suspended after three innings due to heavy rain. The game will resume Sunday with the regularly scheduled game to follow.




Stanley Cup Finals (Game 3):


Nashville 5, Pittsburgh 1

--Pittsburgh leads the series 2-1

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