KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/17/2021

High School Sports – Friday’s Results: 


Fox Valley Classic Conference:

Fond du Lac 63, Green Bay Preble 3

–Braelon Allen ran for four touchdowns and caught a touchdown pass as the Cardinals rolled past the Hornets to improve to 4-0 on the spring football season. Allen scored from 75 yards out on the first play from scrimmage for Fondy, and later caught an 84 yard touchdown pass in the win. Fond du Lac plays at Bay Port next Friday. 

Neenah 25, Bay Port 20

Stevens Point 19, Oshkosh West 14

Ashwaubenon 40, Oshkosh North 29

Kimberly 31, Appleton East 6

Appleton North 35, Pulaski 13

De Pere 22, Appleton West 14

Flyway Conference: 

Lomira 14, St. Mary’s Springs 12

–The Lions built a 14-0 halftime lead and held on to knock off the Ledgers at home and improve to 4-0 on the season. Isaac Hyland scored two second half touchdowns for Springs, who falls to 2-2 on the year. Lomira plays at Winnebago Lutheran next week, while the Ledgers travel to Mayville. 

Winnebago Lutheran 45, North Fond du Lac 14

Campbellsport 28, Laconia 0

Ripon 35, Waupun 10

Omro 35, Mayville 6

–The Foxes improve to 4-0 on the season with the win over the Cardinals

Other Games: 

Montello/Princeton/Green Lake 20, Kingdom Prep Lutheran 12

College Softball: 

Midwest Conference: 

Lawrence University 3, Ripon College 2 (Game 1)

Ripon College 13, Lawrence University 5 (Game 2)

Women’s College Soccer: 


Marian 6, Alverno College 0

Women’s College Volleyball: 


Marian 3, Ripon College 0 (25-23, 25-23, 25-18)

Men’s College Lacrosse: 


Aurora (IL) 12, Marian 9


National League: 

Pittsburgh 6, Milwaukee 1

–Tyrone Taylor doubled in the only run of the game for the Brewers in the fifth inning as the Pirates won the series opener Friday night at American Family Field. Game two of the series is tonight, first pitch is 6:10 PM.

Atlanta 5, Chicago Cubs 2

Philadelphia 9, St. Louis 2

American League:

LA Angels 10, Minnesota 3

Oakland 3, Detroit 0

Chicago White Sox at Boston (Postponed)

Toronto at Kansas City (Postponed)


Cincinnati 10, Cleveland 3


Memphis 126, Chicago 115

Minnesota 119, Miami 111


Minnesota 3, San Jose 2