KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 3/28/18

High School Baseball:

St. Mary’s Springs 2, Waupun 1

Campbellsport 6, Mayville 5

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 10, Lomira 0 (5 Innings)

Ripon 4, Clintonville 3

HIgh School Softball:

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 4, St. Mary’s Springs 3

Winnebago Lutheran 5, Kiel 1

Campbellsport 8, Lomira 1

–Lauren Heisdorf was 2 for 3 with a triple and two RBI in the win for the Cougars. Alyssa Muench tossed a three-hitter with 10 strikeouts on the mound for Campbellsport.

College Softball:

Marian 4, Dominican 3 (Game 1)

Marian 4, Dominican 3 (Game 2)


Houston 8, Milwaukee 1

–The Brewers managed just four hits in the loss as the Astros swept the two-game exhibition series with Milwaukee at Minute Maid Park. The Brewers open the regular season tomorrow at San Diego, coverage starts at 2:35 on the Brewers Radio Network.


LA Clippers 105, Milwaukee 98

–The Clippers mounted a fourth quarter rally to beat the Bucks for the second time in a week. Giannis Antetokounmpo had 26 points, Khris Middleton added 22 in the loss for Milwaukee that drops them to 39-35 on the year and back into the #8 seed in the Eastern Conference. The Bucks continue their west coast road trip tomorrow night at Golden State.

Men’s College Basketball:

NIT Semifinals:

Penn State 75, Mississippi State 60

Utah 69, Western Kentucky 64

–Penn State and Utah will play for the NIT Championship Thursday in New York City.


NFL Owners have unanimously approved new language to its catch rule, aimed at simplifying the rule to eliminate confusion and controversy about what exactly a catch is. Team owners gave their approval Tuesday, with basically three elements defining a catch. Those elements are: having control of the ball, getting two feet down or another body part, and making a “Football Move”, such as taking a third step or extending the ball.

Owners also approved Tuesday making permanent spotting the ball at the 25 yard line after a touchback or kickoff, allowing players on injured reserve to be traded, lowering your head to hit with your helmet is now a penalty and a member of the officiating department can now tell referees to eject a player for an on-field foul.