KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/1/2021

High School Sports – Friday’s Results:


Fox Valley Classic Conference: 

Fond du Lac 42, Appleton North 7

–Cardinals quarterback Kyle Walljasper ran for three touchdowns and threw for two more as Fondy improved to 6-0 with a win over the Lightning at Kiel High School. The Cardinals close the season against Kimberly next Friday

Kimberly 35, Neenah 14

Oshkosh West 49, Oshkosh North 22

De Pere 42, Sheboygan North 7

Appleton East 14, Stevens Point 6

Pulaski 42, Bay Port 20

Appleton West 56, Green Bay East 14

Green Bay Preble 29, Manitowoc Lincoln 14

Ashwaubenon 23, Green Bay Southwest 17

Flyway Conference: 

Lomira 46, North Fond du Lac 6


Laconia 12, Omro 2 (6 Innings)

Waupun 11, Sheboygan Falls 1


Fond du Lac went 1-1 at the Shoreline Classic at Sheboygan South High School on Friday. The Cardinals lost to Manitowoc Lincoln 7-6 in nine innings in the first game of the day, then won over Catholic Memorial 3-2 in their second game. 

Mayville 8, Winneconne 6

Princeton/Green Lake 11, Dodgeland/Hustisford 2

College Softball: 


MSOE 8, Marian 1 (Game 1)

Marian 4, MSOE 3 (Game 2)


UW-Oshkosh 12, UW-Stout 0 (Game 1 – 5 Innings)

UW-Oshkosh 2, UW-Stout 1 (Game 2 – 8 Innings)


National League: 

Milwaukee 3, LA Dodgers 1

–Jackie Bradley Jr.’s two-run home run in the second inning was all the Brewers would need to take game two of the weekend series against the Dodgers at American Family Field on Friday night. Freddy Peralta improved to 3-0 on the season with a strong outing on the mound – giving up a run on just one hit and striking out seven in six innings of work. Josh Hader struck out the side in the ninth to earn his seventh save of the year. 

Game three of the series is tonight – Brandon Woodruff starts for the Brewers against Dustin May for LA. First pitch is 6:10 PM, radio coverage starts at 5:35 on KFIZ. 

Cincinnati 8, Chicago Cubs 6

St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 3

American League:

Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 3

Minnesota 9, Kansas City 1

NY Yankees 10, Detroit 0


Milwaukee 108, Chicago 98

–Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez each scored 22 points as the Bucks rebounded from Thursday’s loss to the Rockets to beat the Bulls Friday night in Chicago. Milwaukee hosts Brooklyn on Sunday afternoon.