KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/18/’18

High School Sports (Tonight’s Games):

WIAA Boys Soccer Tournament:

Division 3 Regional Semifinals:

Marinette at Waupun

Ripon at Xavier

Division 4 Regional Semifinals:

Omro at Winnebago Lutheran

Mayville at Central Wisconsin Christian

Campbellsport at WI Heights/Barneveld

Green Bay NEW Lutheran at St. Lawrence Seminary

Kiel at Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian

WIAA Girls Volleyball Tournament:

Division 1 Regional Semifinals:

Fond du Lac at West Bend East

Division 2 Regional Semifinals:

Campbellsport at Lakeside Lutheran

Waupun at Little Chute

New Holstein at Fox Valley Lutheran

Winneconne at Chilton

Division 3 Regional Semifinals:

St. Mary’s Springs at Manitowoc Lutheran

Marshall at Laconia

Division 4 Regional Semifinals:

Sheboygan Lutheran at Central Wisconsin Christian

Men’s College Soccer:

Wisconsin Lutheran 3, Marian 0

Women’s College Soccer:

Marian 6, Wisconsin Lutheran 0

St. Norbert 5, Ripon College 2

UW-Stevens Point 3, UW-Oshkosh 1

Major League Baseball:

NLCS – Game 5:

LA Dodgers 5, Milwaukee 2

–The Brewers bats were quiet again as they fell to the Dodgers in game five of the National League Championship Series in Los Angeles Wednesday. Lorenzo Cain doubled in a run in the third to give the Brewers a 1-0 lead, but it was all Dodgers after that – scoring a run in the fifth, and two apiece in the sixth and seventh innings to take control. Clayton Kershaw did ‘Clayton Kershaw’ things, allowing a run on three hits while striking out nine Brewer batters in seven innings. Over the last two games – Milwaukee has totaled just three runs despite having 13 hits. The presumptive NL MVP, Christian Yelich went hitless in four at-bats in Wednesday’s game – he’s now 3 for 20 without an RBI in the NLCS. 

The series shifts back to Milwaukee with the Brewers needing a win to avoid elimination. Wade Miley – who was lifted after facing one batter to start Wednesdays game – will get the start for Milwaukee on Friday, with the Dodgers sending Hyun-Jin Ryu to the mound. Coverage starts at 7:05 with first pitch at 7:40 on KFIZ.

ALCS – Game 4:

Boston 8, Houston 6

–Red Sox lead the series 3-1, Boston can clinch a trip to the World Series with a win in game five tonight in Houston.


Milwaukee 113, Charlotte 112

–Giannis Antetokounmpo narrowly missed an opening night triple-double, scoring 25 points, grabbing 18 rebounds and dishing out eight assists as the Bucks beat the Hornets on the road Wednesday night. Giannis hit a pair of free throws with 23 seconds left to put the Bucks ahead in the win. Khris Middleton added 19 points, Eric Bledsoe 17 in the win for the Bucks. Milwaukee plays its first regular season game at the Fiserv Forum Friday night as the Indiana Pacers come to town. Tipoff is 7:30 pm.

Detroit 103, Brooklyn 100

Indiana 111, Memphis 83

Toronto 116, Cleveland 104

San Antonio 112, Minnesota 108