KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/15/18

High School Baseball:


Oshkosh North 12, Fond du Lac 1


Winnebago Lutheran 4, St. Mary’s Springs 3 (8 Innings)

–Erik Nygaard drove in the winning run in the bottom of the eighth as the Vikings topped the Ledgers in extra innings.


Sun Prairie 5, Waupun 2

Slinger 12, Mayville 2

High School Softball:


Laconia 7, St. Mary’s Springs 0

Winnebago Lutheran 10, Omro 2

–Jena Krueger went 3 for 3 with a double, a home run and two RBI in the win for WLA.


North Fond du Lac 8, Deerfield 7

Girls Soccer:


Winnebago Lutheran 4, Waupun 1

–Kyra Wiechman scored two goals for the Vikings in the win

Oshkosh North 6, North Fond du Lac United 0

Boys Golf:

Fond du Lac defeated Oshkosh North in an FVA Dual Meet at West Haven Golf Course 149-193. Sam Nielsen, Jack DuChateau and Seb Hoban each fired a 37 to lead the Cardinals.

St. Mary’s Springs won the Flyway Conference Mini Meet at Rock River Country Club Monday afternoon. The Ledgers shot a 153 and were led by Doyle Kelly who fired a 36 – earning him medalist honors. Winnebago Lutheran placed second (192) – Mason Herkstroeter shot a 42 to lead the Vikings. Omro was third (194), Mayville fourth (195), Lomira fifth (202), Laconia sixth (253).

Boys Tennis:

Watertown Luther Prep 5, Waupun 2

Track & Field:

Fond du Lac Boys placed fourth at the FVA Championships at Kimberly. The Cardinals scored 71 team points. Kimberly took first place with 240 points, Appleton North second with 123, Neenah third with 89. Fondy’s Andrew Stone took first place in the shot put (65-0) and second place in the discus (165-3).

The Fond du Lac Girls team placed sixth at the FVA Championships with 53 team points. Brooke McDowell took first in the 300 meter hurdles and was second in the 100 meter hurdles, Madison Hughes placed third in the 3,200 meter to lead the Cardinals.

St. Mary’s Springs took first place in the Flyway Conference Championships in boys track. The Ledgers scored 138 team points, Omro was second with 127, North Fond du Lac third with 107, Mayville fourth (91), Winnebago Lutheran fifth (75), Laconia sixth (71), St. Lawrence Seminary and Lomira each had 37 points to tie for seventh.

In girls track & field, Mayville won the Flyway Conference Championship with 154 team points, St. Mary’s Springs was second with 153, Lomira third (105), Winnebago Lutheran fourth (82), Laconia fifth (79), Omro sixth (74) and North Fond du Lac seventh (46).

College Baseball:

Two teams from the WIAC earned at-large bids to the NCAA Division Three baseball tournament this season. UW-Oshkosh earned their first bid since 2008 and will play in the Duluth, Minnesota regional against Bethel College of Minnesota Thursday at 6pm. Conference mate UW-Whitewater earned a bid into the Sauget, Illinois regional and will take on Monmouth College (IL) Thursday at 7:45 pm. The tournament culminates with the NCAA D-3 College World Series at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute later this month. This is the final year that the tournament will be held in Grand Chute, which has hosted the World Series every year since 2000. The event moves to Cedar Rapids, Iowa next year for four years.

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Milwaukee 7, Arizona 2

–Jonathan Villar went 3 for 4 with a home run and Tyler Saladino hit an inside-the-park home run as the Brewers took game one of their series in Arizona Monday night. Junior Guerra allowed two runs on three hits in six innings of work to earn the win for Milwaukee. Game two of the series is tonight, coverage starts at 8:05 on KFIZ and the Brewers Radio Network.

Atlanta 6, Chicago Cubs 5

San Francisco 10, Cincinnati 7

American League:

Seattle 1, Minnesota 0

Detroit 6, Cleveland 3

Tampa Bay 2, Kansas City 1

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Wisconsin 10, Beloit 3

NBA Playoffs:

Western Conference Finals – Game 1:

Golden State 119, Houston 106

–Kevin Durant scored 37 points to lead the Warriors in the win. Game two is Wednesday.

Tonight, its game two of the Eastern Conference Finals as Boston hosts Cleveland. The Celtics lead the series 1-0.