KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/23/18
High School Softball:
Fond du Lac 6, Neenah 5
–The Cardinals host Oconomowoc in a WIAA regional game this afternoon. Hear the game on KFIZ and KFIZ.com, first pitch is 4:30 pm.
WIAA Division 2 Regionals:
Berlin 8, Ripon 2
WIAA Division 3 Regionals:
Wisconsin Dells 11, Winnebago Lutheran 1
–Wisconsin Dells will play at top-seed Mayville in today’s Regional Semifinals
North Fond du Lac 10, Omro 0
–The Orioles will play at #2 seed Campbellsport in today’s Regional Semifinals
New Holstein 11, Howards Grove 1 (6 Innings)
–The Huskies will play at top-seed Brillion in today’s Regional Semifinals
Sturgeon Bay 12, Kiel 2 (6 Innings)
WIAA Division 4 Regionals:
St. Mary’s Springs 11, Gibraltar/Washington Island 1 (6 Innings)
–The Ledgers will play at #2 seed Algoma in today’s Regional Semifinals
High School Baseball:
Fond du Lac 5, Appleton East 0
–Fondy Freshman Ryan Schneider tossed 6 & ⅔ scoreless innings in the win.
Hartford 9, Winnebago Lutheran 2
Ripon 2, Wautoma 0
Waupun 3, Berlin 1
Oakfield 5, Cambria-Friesland 3 (Game 1)
Oakfield 22, Cambria-Friesland 1 (Game 2)
Fond du Lac 6, Kaukauna 2
St. Mary’s Springs 3, North Fond du Lac United 1
Mayville 11, Lomira 1
Waupun 0, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 0
Ripon 1, Campbellsport 1
WIAA DIvision 1 Regionals (At Ashwaubenon):
Fond du Lac won the Regional Championship with a 313. The Cardinals were led by Sam Nielsen who fired a 74 to place first individually. Jonah Duwell shot a 79, Jack DuChateau and Elliot Nielsen each shot an 80, while Seb Hoban scored an 86.
WIAA Divison 2 Regionals (Host: Campbellsport):
Waupun won the Division Two regional at the Golf Club at Camelot with a 323. Kiel placed second with a 341, Campbellsport third with a 344. Other finishers included New Holstein in sixth with a 377, Lomira seventh with a 387, North Fond du Lac ninth with a 404 and Laconia 10th with a 439. Trace Woepse of Kiel had the lowest score of the tournament with a 75. Calvin Leverenz of New Holstein qualified for sectionals as an individual with an 84.
WIAA Division 2 Regionals (at Berlin):
Ripon placed sixth at the Berlin Regional with a team score of 380. Sam Yeomans of the Tigers qualified for sectionals as an individual with an 88.
WIAA Division 2 Regionals (At Luxemburg-Casco):
Chilton placed sixth at the Luxemburg-Casco regional with a 390. Cameron Owens shot an 83 to take second place individually and qualify for sectionals.
WIAA Division 3 Regionals (at Rolling Meadows Golf Course – Host: SMSA):
St. Mary’s Springs won the Regional Championship at Rolling Meadows Golf Course with the Ledgers shooting a 299 as a team. Doyle Kelly shot a 70 to take first place individually. Dawson Sarauer and Owen Ahern tied for third, each shooting a 75. Colin Ahern finished seventh with a 79, Ben Hintze fired an 81 for eighth place. Winnebago Lutheran took fifth place as a team with a 376. Mason Herkstroeter (77), Trenton Herkstroeter (84) and Luke Schlavensky (91) each qualified for sectionals individually for the Vikings.
Central Wisconsin Christian placed seventh at the regional with a 427. Ethan Cook qualified for sectionals as an individual with an 86. Oakfield placed ninth at the regional with a 469. Michael Kottke had the low score for the Oaks with a 99.
WIAA Subsectionals (At West Bend East):
Fond du Lac’s #1 singles player Drew Jorgensen and #4 singles player Andrew Park advance to sectionals out of the subsectional Tuesday.
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 1, Arizona 0
–Domingo Santana’s sacrifice fly in the sixth inning scored Ji-Man Choi and lifted the Brewers to a win over the Diamondbacks in game two of their series at Miller Park. Arizona managed just three hits against Brewers pitching, as Milwaukee clinched their fourth straight series win. The final game of the series is this afternoon, coverage on KFIZ and the Brewers Radio Network begins at 11:35 AM, first pitch at 12:10.
Cincinnati 7, Pittsburgh 2
Chicago White Sox 3, Baltimore 2
Minnesota 6, Detroit 0
Cleveland 10, Chicago Cubs 1
Kansas City 5, St. Louis 1
Minor League Baseball:
Quad Cities 8, Wisconsin 0
Western Conference Finals – Game 4:
Houston 95, Golden State 92
–James Harden scored 30 points in the win for Houston to even the series at 2-2. Game five is Thursday in Houston.
Tonight is game five of the Eastern Conference Finals as Boston hosts Cleveland. That series is tied at two games apiece.