KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/22/19

Tuesday’s High School Results:

WIAA Regional Softball:

Division One:

Fond du Lac 10, Manitowoc Lincoln 0 (5 Innings)

–The Cardinals travel to Watertown for a Regional Championship game on Thursday

Division Two:

Waupun 5, Berlin 0

–The Warriors host Little Chute in a Regional Championship game on Thursday

Winneconne 8, Ripon 0

Plymouth 10, Kiel 0 (5 Innings)

Division Three:

Campbellsport 13, North Fond du Lac 0 (5 Innings)

–Grace Nerat and Hannah Andrews each had three hits, while Alyssa Muench struck out 10 in the circle for the Cougars. Shalome Stettbacher surrendered nine hits in the loss for the Orioles. Campbellsport hosts Wautoma in a Regional Championship game on Thursday

Mayville 10, Laconia 0 (5 Innings)

–Emily Karvala had three hits in the win for Mayville, Laconia was held to just two hits in the loss.

Wisconsin Dells 3, Lomira 1

Mayville hosts Wisconsin Dells in a Regional Championship game on Thursday

Chilton 12, Sturgeon Bay 2 (5 Innings)

–The Tigers host Kewaunee in a Regional Championship game on Thursday

Division Five:

Oakfield 9, Cambria-Friesland 1

–The Oaks host Catholic Central in a Regional Championship game on Thursday


Fond du Lac 4, Appleton East 3

Campbellsport 6, St. Mary’s Springs 3

Laconia 12, Berlin 2

Kiel 8, Hilbert-Stockbridge 7

Girls Soccer:

Fond du Lac 2, Appleton North 1

Waupun 7, Berlin 0

Campbellsport 1, Ripon 0

Boys Golf:

WIAA Division 2 Regionals – hosted by Sheboygan Falls:

Campbellsport finished second with a 388, Waupun finished third with a 389 as both teams advance to sectionals. Trey Birschbach of Campbellsport was the medalist with an individual score of an 83. Ayden Enders of Waupun had their highest individual finish – placing sixth with a 93. Winnebago Lutheran’s Trenton Herkstroeter was an individual qualifier for sectionals, as was Laconia’s Sam Baalke. Herkstroeter placed second with an 84, Baalke tied for ninth with a 95.

WIAA Division 2 Regionals – hosted by Kewaskum:

Mayville’s Joe Klein and Lomira’s Casey King were each individual qualifiers for sectionals. Klein tied for ninth place with an 84, while King fired a 93 to finish in 17th place.

WIAA Division 3 Regionals – hosted by Central Wisconsin Christian:

St. Mary’s Springs won the Regional Championship and advanced to sectionals. The Ledgers shot a 358, with Doyle Kelly tying for first with Markesan’s Kade Muehlenhaupt – each scored an 80. Teddy Schumacher finished third with an 85 for SMSA. Grant Buwalda and Casey Mindt from CWC were each individual qualifiers for sectionals.

Boys Tennis:

Fond du Lac advanced #1 singles Andrew Park and #2 singles Charlie Quast out of subsectionals at West Bend West on Tuesday.

St. Mary’s Springs advanced their #2 doubles team of Michael McGuire and Dale Michaels out of subsectionals at Two Rivers on Tuesday.


Eastern Conference Finals – Game 4:

Toronto 120, Milwaukee 102

–Khris Middleton scored 30 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo added a double-double of 25 points and 10 rebounds, but it wasn’t enough to slow down the Raptors, who won game four and tied the best-of-seven series at two games apiece. Kyle Lowry had 25 points, Kawhi Leonard scored 19 in the win for Toronto. Game five is tomorrow night in Milwaukee – tipoff time is 7:30.

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 0

–Sonny Gray tossed six shutout innings with nine strikeouts as the Reds blanked the Brewers at Miller Park Tuesday night. Lorenzo Cain and Keston Hiura each had two hits in the loss for Milwaukee. The final game of the series is this afternoon, coverage starts at 11:35 this morning on KFIZ with first pitch at 12:10.

Chicago Cubs 3, Philadelphia 2

Colorado 5, Pittsburgh 0

American League:

Houston 5, Chicago White Sox 1

Minnesota 8, LA Angels 3

Oakland 5, Cleveland 3


Miami 5, Detroit 4 (11 Innings)

Kansas City at St. Louis (Postponed)

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 12, Peoria 8 (Game 1)

Wisconsin 2, Peoria 1 (Game 2)


Western Conference Finals – Game Six:

St. Louis 5, San Jose 1

–Blues win the series 4-2, advance to the Stanley Cup Finals to face Boston.