KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/8/19
Lakeland 7, Marian 5 (Game 1)
Game two of the series was postponed because of rain
UW-Whitewater 6, UW-Oshkosh 4 (Game 1)
UW-Oshkosh 10, UW-Whitewater 9 (Game 2)
Monmouth (IL) 4, Ripon College 2 (Game 1)
Monmouth (IL) 5, Ripon College 1 (Game 2)
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 4, Chicago Cubs 2
–Christian Yelich clubbed his 100th career home run in the first inning, driving in three runs as the Brewers held off the Cubs to take the weekend series at Miller Park. Zach Davies got the win on the mound – allowing two runs on five hits in 5 & ⅔ innings. Josh Hader picked up his fifth save – striking out three in 2 & ⅔. The Brewers open a six-game road trip with a three game series against the LA Angels tonight – coverage starts at 8:30, first pitch after 9 tonight on KFIZ.
St. Louis 4, San Diego 1
Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 5
Seattle 12, Chicago White Sox 5
Detroit 3, Kansas City 1
Cleveland 3, Toronto 1
Philadelphia 2, Minnesota 1
Minor League Baseball:
Wisconsin 4, Cedar Rapids 2 (6 Innings)
–Game called after 6 innings because of rain. The Rattlers open a series in Peoria tonight.
Milwaukee 115, Atlanta 107
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, with Khris Middleton adding 21 as the Bucks defeated the Hawks at Fiserv Forum Sunday. The Bucks are 60 and 21 – the first time Milwaukee has won 60 games since 1981. Milwaukee closes out the regular season Wednesday against Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma City 132, Minnesota 126
Women’s College Basketball:
NCAA Tournament – Championship:
Baylor 82, Notre Dame 81
Women’s College Lacrosse:
Loras College 18, Marian 16
The Marian Men’s Golf team shot a 305 to finish in a tie for first, while the Marian women shot a 456 to finish in fourth at their spring invite at Whispering Springs Golf Course. Jake Sherwood shot an even par in the second round to finish at three over for the tournament and win the individual title. Tayler Wise finished 11th with a 195 on the women’s side.
Kyle Busch held off his older brother Kurt at Bristol Motor Speedway to capture his third Cup Series win of the season and 10th this year among NASCAR’s three national series. The victory was also Kyle Busch’s eighth overall at Bristol, where he and his brother have combined to win each of the last four Cup races.