KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/9/19

Monday’s High School Results:


Markesan 8, Laconia 0

Waupun 16, Lomira 4

Ripon 18, Omro 4

New Holstein 8, Valders 3

Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah 8, St. Lawrence Seminary 4


Fond du Lac 7, Beaver Dam 0 (Game 1)

Fond du Lac 7, Beaver Dam 1 (Game 2)

North Fond du Lac 10, Oshkosh Lourdes 3 (5 Innings – weather)

–Shalome Stettbacher tossed a complete game three-hitter for the Orioles in the win

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 9, Lomira 3

Mayville 25, Lakeside Lutheran 6 (5 Innings)

–The Cardinals used a nine-run second inning to break the game open. Delaney Vetter hit a grand slam and six RBI, Kendall Pliner homered as part of a 3-4 day at the plate.

Girls Soccer:

Kiel 1, Winnebago Lutheran 0

–Game called in the 84th minute due to lightning

North Fond du Lac United 4, Wautoma 2


St. Lawrence Seminary 6, Howards Grove 0

College Baseball:


Marian 10, Lakeland 0 (7 Innings)

Midwest Conference:

Ripon College 7, Beloit College 6 (Game 1)

Ripon College 26, Beloit College 16 (Game 2)

–26 runs is the third-highest single game run total in program history for Ripon. Michael Barnes had five hits for the Redhawks in the win.

College Softball:


Marian 4, Rockford 1 (Game 1)

Marian 10, Rockford 0 (5 Innings – Game 2)



LA Angels 5, Milwaukee 2

–Christian Yelich and Mike Moustakas each had two hits – Moose clubbing a solo home run – in the loss for the Brewers. Jhoulys Chacin took the loss on the mound – allowing three runs in 6 & ⅓ innings. Game two is tonight – coverage starts at 8:30 on KFIZ.

National League:

Chicago Cubs 10, Pittsburgh 0

St. Louis 4, LA Dodgers 3

American League:

Tampa Bay 5, Chicago White Sox 1

Seattle 13, Kansas City 5

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 10, Peoria 6

Men’s College Basketball:

NCAA Tournament – Championship:

Virginia 85, Texas Tech 77 (OT)

–One year after making unwanted history, Virginia captured the program’s first-ever national title by outlasting Texas Tech 85-77 in overtime in the championship game of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Cavaliers got clutch performances from DeAndre Hunter and Kyle Guy to erase the memory of last year’s first-round loss to UMBC as a No. 1 seed, as Hunter scored a career-high 27 points and hit a crucial 3-pointer with 12.1 seconds left that forced OT. Guy finished with 24 en route to being named the Final Four’s most outstanding player.


The Bucks will play their final tuneup before the playoffs tomorrow night at home against the Thunder. Milwaukee is the league’s top seed at 60-and-21. Oklahoma City has won three in-a-row and is currently the sixth seed in the West at 47-and-33.