KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 10/8/19
High School Sports – Monday’s Results:
Fond du Lac 3, Kaukauna 2
Ripon 4, Wautoma/Wild Rose 2
St. Lawrence Seminary 5, Wayland Academy 3
–The Hilltoppers scored all five of their goals in the second half in the win
Sheboygan Falls 7, New Holstein 1
Girls Golf Sectionals:
Fond du Lac’s Maisey Wilhelms finished in a tie for 42nd at the Oshkosh West Sectional on Monday played at Lake Breeze Golf Course. Wilhelms was one of three golfers to finish with a score of 108.
Kewaskum/Campbellsport placed eighth as a team at the Oshkosh West Sectional – shooting a 398. Alyssa Dreher qualified for State as an individual after finishing in a tie for 7th place with a score of an 86.
Monday Night Football:
San Francisco 31, Cleveland 3
Wisconsin running back Jonathan Taylor was named Big Ten “Offensive Player of the Week” for the seventh time in his career and the third time this season after a record-setting performance Saturday against Kent State. Taylor matched a single-game school record with five total touchdowns, becoming the first Badger to reach that mark since Melvin Gordon in 2014 and the first Big Ten player with five touchdowns since Saquon Barkley in 2016. Taylor had 19 carries for 186 yards and four rushing touchdowns, moving into third place on Wisconsin’s all-time rushing list with Four-thousand-916 career yards. He also caught three passes for 29 yards and a touchdown.
Milwaukee 122, Chicago 112
–Frank Mason III and Robin Lopez each scored 14 points to lead the Bucks to a win over the Bulls in the preseason opener. Milwaukee hosts Utah on Wednesday night.
Major League Baseball:
National League Division Series:
St. Louis 5, Atlanta 4 (10 Innings)
–Yadier Molina tied the game with an RBI single in the eighth, then won it on a sacrifice fly in the 10th as the Cardinals force a Game 5 Wednesday in Atlanta.
Washington 6, LA Dodgers 1
–Series tied 2-2, game five is Wednesday in Los Angeles
American League Division Series:
Tampa Bay 10, Houston 3
–The Rays tag Zack Greinke for six runs – including three home runs to force a game four in Tampa this afternoon.
NY Yankees 5, Minnesota 1
–Yankees sweep the series 3-0, advance to the ALCS against either Houston or Tampa Bay