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Sports - Wednesday, August 27th, 2014

27-Aug-2014

 

The San Diego Padres held off the Brewers 4-1 on Tuesday night in California.  Scooter Gennett drove in the Brewers only run with a ground rule double in the 4th.  Jimmy Nelson gave up 4 runs and five hits in 5 innings of work in the loss. Yovani Gallardo gets the start tonight as the series wraps up. Coverage begins at 8:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

NL Central

Pit 5 STL 2

Cubs 3 Reds 0

 

The Brewers still hold a 1.5 game lead over St. Louis in the N.L. Central.  Pittsburgh moves to within five games of the lead.  The Reds are 10 games back. 

 

The Packers final training camp practice is today.  The team will workout at 10:15am and it will be open to the public.  Green Bay wraps up the preseason on Thursday night when they host Kansas City. Coverage begins at 4pm with the kickoff set for 6pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

NFL teams had to get their rosters down to 75 players on Tuesday. Green Bay didn’t cut anyone but ended up placing six players in Injured Reserve including BJ Raji, Jared Abbrederis, and tackle Don Barclay.

 

The Wisconsin Badger football teams takes on perennial SEC power LSU on Saturday night in Houston.  Coverage begins at 6pm with the kickoff set for 8pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

 

The Bucks were busy in Tuesday.  They inked 2nd round pick Damien Inglis to a 3-year deal.  He was the 31st overall pick and played in France last year. The Bucks also traded Carlos Delfino, Miroslav Raduljica, and a 2015 2nd round pick to the Clippers for forward Jared Dudley and a conditional 2017 first round pick.  Dudley has averaged 8 points and 3 rebounds per gave over his 7 year NBA career in Charlotte, San Antonio, and the Clippers.

 

The Fond du Lac football team is in the state rankings for the first time in over a decade.  Fondy is ranked #10 in this week’s Wisssports.net Division One Coaches Poll.   St. Mary’s Springs is #2 in the D6 Poll.

 

We’ve got a pair of high school football games on the air this weekend at Mountain Dog Media.  On KFIZ, Fond du Lac hosts Appleton West on Hall of Fame Night at Fruth. Coverage begins at 5:30pm with the Tim Cruz Agency, American Family Insurance Pregame Show.  The kickoff is set for 7pm.  Over on K107.1, St. Mary’s Springs travels to Wautoma.  The kickoff is set for 7pm presented by BCI Burke Company.  

 

Girls Volleyball – North Fondy Quad

Oakfield                                  6-0

Cedar Grove/Belgium          4-3

Lomira                                     2-4

North Fondy                           1-6

 

NFDL  vs CGB

25           22

13           25

12           15

 

Lomira vs Oakfield

13            25

12            25

 

NFDL vs Lomira

14          25

24          26

 

CGB vs Oakfield

14         25

17         25

 

NFDL vs Oakfield

18          25

22          25

 

CGB vs Lomira

26         24

25         16

 

New Holstein stopped St. Mary’s Springs 2-1.

 Stat leaders for the Ledgers; Stat leaders kills Kelli Schrauth 8,
Digs Anna Huck 5, assists Ali Ottery 15. The Ledgers are at Sheboygan South Invite on Thursday.  

 

Roncolli beat WLA 3-0

WLA stat leaders: Alysha Kahlow had 5 assists and 6 kills, Mariah Jahns had 6 assists. 

Vikings go to Shiocton on Thursday

 

Boys Soccer

Oshkosh West 1 Fond du Lac 0

Sheboygan South 3 St. Lawrence 0

 

Girls Golf

Kaukauna 181 Fond du Lac 189

Shania Schibblehut 41

 

Girls Swimming

Fondy 92 DePere 76

200 Medley Relay:  Courtney Stubbe, Sydney Jaroch, Kalli Behling, Taryn Jaroch 2:04.86

Diving:  Maddy Corbin

100 free:  Kristilee McCadden (1st meet)  57.27

100 back:  Courtney Stubbe   1:07.45

100 breast:  Sydney Jaroch  1:18.54

400 free relay:  Stubbe, McCadden, Katie Julka, Kalli Behling  3:56.11

Special Note:

 Kristilee:  200 free:  2:05.05 is 14th best time in school history

Kalli:  100 fly:  1:03.44 is 8th fastest time in school history; also had best personal time in 500

Katie Julka:  best time in 200 free and 500 free


Fondy Junior Football

6th Red over Neenah1 19-12
8th Red over Neenah 1 35-7

6th Black with a tough loss to Neenah 2 30-42
7th Black over Neenah 2 38-0
8th Black over Neenah 2 41-6


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