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Sports - Thursday, May 2nd, 2013


Brewers Lose Late

John Axford gave up four runs in the 8th as Pittsburgh salvaged the final game of the series with a 6-4 win at Miller Park.  Carlos Gomez and Yuni Betancourt both went deep in a losing effort.  The St. Louis Cardinals open up a four game weekend series with the Brewers at Miller Park tonight.  Wily Peralta takes on Jake Westbrook.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

StL 4 Cin 2

Cubs 6 SD 2


Bucks Coach Search

As expected the Bucks announced on Wednesday that they will not retain interim head coach Jim Boylan.  He went 22-28 after taking over for Scott Skiles on January 8th.  Names being mentioned as possible candidates include Stan Van Gundy and Kelvin Sampson.


NBA Playoffs

Boston 92 Houston 86 – NY leads 3-2

Indiana 106 Atlanta 83 – Pacers lead 3-2

Houston 107 Oklahoma City 100 – OKC lead 3-2


Al Harris Retires A Packer

Former Packer defensive back Al Harris has retired a Packer.  Harris played for the Packers from 2003 to 2009 after coming over in a trade from Philadelphia.  He started all 102 games he played for Green Bay and made two Pro Bowls and recorded 14 interceptions. His greatest moment was a 52-yard interception return for a touchdown in overtime in a playoff game against Seattle on January 4th, 2004.  He finished up his career with short stints in Miami and St. Louis in 2010 and 2011.


NHL Playoffs

Boston 4 Toronto 1

San Jose 3 Vancouver 1

Pittsburgh 5 NY Islanders 0



KML 12 North Fond du Lac 1  – Tyler Arthur 2 hits, Parker Grimes RBI


Tuesday Track Results

The Fond du Lac Boys track team finished first in a triangular meet at home against Kimberly and Menasha.  Scores were  FDL - 80    Kimberly - 73   Menasha - 29


Top 3 finishers:


3200 Relay

1st - Gunderson, Schneider, Koepke, Steward - 9:50.75


110 Hurdles

2nd - Brian Luteyn - 16.61

3rd - Mackenzie Nick - 17.01



3rd - Mike Theis - 135' 10"


High Jump

3rd - Mackenzie Nick - 5'


1600m Run

2nd - Nolan Cunningham - 4:50.50


800m Relay

2nd - McCrory, Hoaglin, Hafemann, Buerger - 1:36.60


400m Dash

1st - Jacob Baus - 53.52

3rd - Elliot Pieper - 54.77


400m Relay 

2nd - Feilbach, Davies, Spoerke, Pierce - 46.27


300m Hurdles

2nd - Mackenzie Nick - 43.46

3rd - Brian Luteyn - 43.85


Long Jump

2nd - Brennan Davies - 20'


800m Run

1st - Chris Leisses - 2:02.18

3rd - Troy Schneider - 2:19.19


Triple Jump

1st - Kyle Pierce - 42' 2.5"

2nd -Jake Buerger - 40' 7"



1st - Eric Schoenbach - 11:15.44


1600m Relay 

1st - Pieper, Gunderson, Cunningham, Leisses - 3:37.44


Shot Put

3rd - Ben Maruska - 50' 10.5"


200m Dash

3rd - Taylor Hoaglin - 24.96


Pole Vault

1st - Jake Buerger - 11' 6"

2nd  - Jason Toshner - 11' 6"

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