KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/21/19

Monday’s High School Results:


Kimberly 5, Fond du Lac 0

North Fond du Lac 7, Algoma 6 (Game 1)

Algoma 6, North Fond du Lac 1 (Game 2)

Mayville 9, Omro 7

Waupun 7, Laconia 0

Ripon 14, Markesan 3

Campbellsport 6, Columbus 1

Green Lake/Princeton 10, Oakfield 6

Chilton 7, Kewaunee 6


WIAA Regional play continues today:

Division One:

Fond du Lac hosts Manitowoc Lincoln

Division Two:

North Fond du Lac at Campbellsport

Laconia at Mayville

Wisconsin Dells at Lomira

Berlin at Waupun

Ripon at Winneconne

Kiel at Plymouth

Division Three:

Sturgeon Bay at Chilton

Division Five:

Cambria-Friesland at Oakfield

Girls Soccer:

St. Mary’s Springs 0, Hustisford/Dodgeland 0 (Tie)


The Bucks look to rebound tonight as they play in game four of the Eastern Conference Finals against Toronto. After winning the first two at home, Milwaukee fell in double overtime Sunday night 118-112 as the Raptors got 36 points from Kawhi Leonard to defend their home court. The Bucks were led by 24 points from George Hill and 20 from Malcolm Brogdon off the bench, while the starters struggled. A win tonight for Milwaukee would mean they could close out the series Thursday at home. Tipoff time is 7:30 tonight, our coverage starts at 7 on KFIZ and the Bucks Radio Network.

Western Conference Finals – Game 4:

Golden State 119, Portland 117 (OT)

–The Warriors sweep the series 4-0, advance to the NBA Finals for the fifth straight year.

Major League Baseball:

The Brewers open a two game series with the Cincinnati Reds at Miller Park tonight. Milwaukee is 28-21, one and a half games back of Chicago for first place in the National League Central. Cincinnati, meanwhile, is 21-28, seven and a half games out of first place. The Brewers closed out a 10-game road trip with a 5-5 record after winning in Atlanta 3-2 in 10 innings on Sunday. The Reds lost two of three at home against the Dodgers over the weekend and are 6-4 in their last 10 games. Gio Gonzalez gets the start for the Brewers, while the Reds counter with Sonny Gray. First pitch is 6:40 pm – no broadcast because of Bucks playoff basketball.

National League:

Philadelphia 5, Chicago Cubs 4 (10 Innings)

American League:

Houston 3, Chicago White Sox 0

Minnesota 3, LA Angels 1

Oakland 6, Cleveland 4

Minor League Baseball:

Peoria 7, Wisconsin 4