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Sports - Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

23-Apr-2014

Chase Headley’s solo home run in the 12th off of Alfredo Figaro gave San Diego a 2-1 win over the Brewers last night at Miller Park.  The Brewers bats went silent last night collecting just seven hits.  Scooter Gennett’s solo home run in 5th was Milwaukee’s only run of the game.  Yovani Gallardo gave up just 1 run and 5 hits in seven innings of work but settles for a no decision. The series wraps up tonight as Kyle Lohse battles Tyson Ross. Coverage begins at 6:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

Major League Baseball handed down suspensions for Sunday’s brawl in Pittsburgh.  Martin Maldonado gets 5 games, Carlos Gomez 3.  The Pirates Travis Snider gets two games down while Russell Martin was suspended for 1 game.  Gomez played last night as he plans to appeal. 

 

NL Central

Cubs 9 Arizona 2

Cards 3 Mets 0

Reds 4 Pit 1

 

Angles slugger Albert Pujols his home runs #499 and #500 in last night’s 7-2 win over Washington.  He’s the 26th player in MLB history with 500 homers.

 

The NFL schedule will be released tonight at 7pm.  One of the Buffalo Bills Tweeted out that the Bills will host the Packers on Monday Night Football in Week 2.

 

NBA Playoffs

Indiana 101 Atlanta 85 – Series tied 1-1

Toronto 100 Brooklyn 95 – Series tied 1-1

Washington 101 Chicago 99- OT – Wizards up 2-0

 

NHL Playoffs

Montreal 4 Tampa Bay 3 – Win series 4-0

Boston 3 Detroit 0

NY Rangers 4 Philadelphia 1

San Jose 4 LA 3 - OT

 

Softball

Kimberly 11 Fond du Lac 2 – Andra O’Brien 2x3, 3B

Campbellsport 8 Two Rivers 0 – Brianna Gruenwald 2 hit shutout

Campbellsport 16 Two Rivers 1 – 4 innings – Gruenwald 3x4, 2 RBI

Chilton 12 St. Mary’s Central 0

Oakfield 16 Montello 1 – 5 innings

Mayville 5 WLA 0

 

Baseball

Fond du Lac 7 Kaukauna 0 – Austin Walters 1 hits shutout

WLA 10 St. Mary’s Springs 6

Laconia 3 Lomira 1

 

Girls Soccer

North Fondy-Oakfield 1 WLA 0 – Cami Hoerth scored NFDL-O Goal

New Holstein 1 Campbellsport 0

 

Boys Golf

Sheboygan Falls won a pair of EWC Mini-Meets at Badger Creek.  Campbellsport was 2nd meet #1 while Waupun was 3rd and New Holstein 7th.  In Meet 2, Campbellsport was 2nd, Waupun 5th, and New Holstein 7th.

 

Boys Tennis

Fondy 6 Kaukauna 1

Roncali 7 Waupun 0

 

Appleton North, Kimberly at Fond du Lac

 

1. Appleton North     96,  2. Fond du Lac   89,  3. Kimberly   79

 

100 Hurdles - 2. Marissa Wustrack  16.08

100 - 5. Maren Anderson  13.87

1600 - 1. Megan Buechel  5:42.15,  3. Courtney Jewett  6:16.31

800 Relay - 2. Maren Anderson, Gabby Kuber, Shayna Williams, Nicole Gietzel  1:57.6

400 - 2. Annie Moore   1:04.91

400 Relay 3. Maren Anderson, Kylin Knapp, Gabby Kuber, Shayna Williams  55.36

300 Hurdles - 5. Katie Retzlaff  55.11

800 - 2. Annie Moore  2:27.8 5. Megan Buechel  2:43.46

200 - 1. Nicole Gietzel  29.05

1600 Relay - 3. Kylin Knapp, Shayna Williams, Nicole Gietzel, Annie Moore  4:33.92

Long Jump - 1. Marissa Wustrack 16' 6", 4. Emily Miller  13' 11 1/2"

Triple Jump - 1. Marissa Wustrack  35' 8", 2. Emily Miller  32' 4"

High Jump - 1. Jenna rosenthal  5' 2"

Shot Put - 3. Carisma Anderson  3' 6 1/2"

Discus - 1. Jenna Rosenthal  125' 7"   (Jenna is currently ranked #1   D1 Shot put in state at 37'10"  and #4 D1 discus at 125' 7", and 7th at 5'2" in high jump)

Pole vault - 1. Alyssa Mertes  8' 6",  3. Maddy Corbin  8'

 

College Softball
Concordia, WI 6 Marian 0
Marian 1 Concordia, WI 0

College Golf
The Marian University men's golf team concluded the spring portion of its schedule with a strong with a team score of 317 and an overall fifth place finish at the final round of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Championship played at Stonebridge Country Club, Freshmen 
Brandon Wolff and Ryonen Faris both hauled in hardware, earning All-Conference honors with Wolff bringing home Freshman of the Year accolades after leading the Sabres to the third-best score on the final day of the championship. Wolff finished seventh individually with a score of 314 (83/77/76/78), while Faris was tied for 10th with a score of 321 (82/78/83/78).

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