KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/3/18
Tuesday’s High School Results:
Fond du Lac 1, Kaukauna 1 (Tie)
–Callum Stewart scored the Cardinals’ only goal of the game, while Nick Riley had 13 saves in goal for Fondy
Omro 2, North Fond du Lac United 0
St. Lawrence Seminary 6, Central Wisconsin Christian 0
New Holstein 2, Kiel 2 (Tie)
Kaukauna 3, Fond du Lac 2 (23-25, 25-20, 25-17, 16-25, 15-7)
St. Mary’s Springs 3, Oakfield 0 (25-11, 25-11, 25-12)
–Gracie Rieder totaled 10 kills, Katie Baker had five aces and seven digs, Rachel Petersen added 12 assists for Springs.
Winnebago Lutheran earned a split at the CWC Triangular, hosted by Central Wisconsin Christian. The Vikings lost to CWC (26-24, 25-21) and defeated Abundant Life (25-17, 26-24). Alyssa Lorenz totaled eight kills and six blocks, MacKenzie Lynch totaled nine assists, while Julia Russ had five digs.
Central Wisconsin Christian went 2-0 at their home triangular, defeating Winnebago Lutheran (26-24, 25-21) and Abundant Life (25-14, 25-12).
Fond du Lac advanced one singles player and one doubles team to sectionals in Tuesday’s Subsectional at Oshkosh West. #1 singles player Kellie Hierl and the #1 doubles team of Anna Mauthe and Carly Paulson both advanced out of subsectional play Tuesday.
St. Mary’s Springs also advanced one singles player and one doubles team out of subsectionals on Tuesday. #1 singles player Isa Hopper and #1 doubles team of Samantha Brannen and Haley Franz each advanced out of subsectionals hosted by Wayland Academy.
Oshkosh West 106, Fond du Lac 77
Women’s College Volleyball:
Marian 3, Alverno 1 (25-15, 25-18, 24-26, 25-22)
Major League Baseball:
National League Wild Card Game:
Colorado 2, Chicago Cubs 1 (13 Innings)
–Tony Wolters drove in the winning run in the top of the 13th as the Rockies eliminated the Cubs in the Wild Card game at Wrigley Field Tuesday night. The Rockies will take on the Brewers in game one of the National League Division Series Thursday afternoon – first pitch is 4:07 pm central time.
Tonight, it’s the American League Wild Card Game as the Oakland A’s visit the New York Yankees. Liam Hendriks gets the start for Oakland, while the Yankees go with Luis Severino. First pitch just after 7pm central time.
The Minnesota Twins have fired manager Paul Molitor – one year after he won the American League Manager of the Year award. The Twins went 78-84 this season, and 305-343 overall with one postseason appearance under Molitor – that came after the 2017 season, in which the team went 85-77 but lost in the AL Wild Card Game to the Yankees. The 2018 season was plagued by injuries, an 80-game suspension for shortstop Jorge Polanco after testing positive for PED’s, and underperforming players – like Brian Dozier, Byron Buxton and Miguel Sano. Molitor has been offered another role with the team, an offer that he says he “will consider”
Average attendance for Major League Baseball games dropped four percent this past season to its lowest mark since 2003. An average of 28,830 fans went to games this year – after 14 straight years of that average being above 30,000. MLB officials attributed the decrease primarily due to “historically bad weather” in the spring – saying the percentage drop decreased markedly after May 1st. Total attendance also dropped – with 69.63 million people attending games compared to 72.67 million in 2017.
Six ballparks throughout the league saw their smallest attendance this season since they opened. Those included stadiums in Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Minnesota, Miami and the Chicago White Sox Guaranteed Rate Field. In all, 17 of 30 teams experienced drops in attendance this year.