KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/24/18

High School Softball:

WIAA Division 1 Regionals:

Fond du Lac 9, Oconomowoc 5

–The Cardinals scored six runs in the sixth inning to complete their rally from down 5-0 and win. Fondy advances to the Regional Final at top-seed Oshkosh North this afternoon.

WIAA Division 2 Regionals:

Waupun 8, Sheboygan Falls 0

–Waupun hosts Plymouth in a Regional Championship game this afternoon.

WIAA Division 3 Regionals:

Mayville 5, Wisconsin Dells 4 (8 Innings)

–Abby Van Beek hit a walk-off RBI double in the 8th to give Mayville the win

Westfield 6, Lomira 3 (8 Innings)

–Mayville hosts Westfield in a Regional Championship game on Friday

Random Lake 7, Laconia 5

Campbellsport 2, North Fond du Lac 0

–Alyssa Muench struck out 14 in the win for the Cougars. Campbellsport hosts Random Lake in a Regional Championship game Friday.

Brillion 7, New Holstein 5

Chilton 10, Kewaunee 8

–Brillion hosts Chilton in a Regional Championship game this afternoon.

WIAA Division 4 Regionals:

Algoma 10, St. Mary’s Springs 1

WIAA Division 5 Regionals:

Oakfield 15, Rio 0 (3 Innings)

–Oakfield hosts Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah in a Regional Championship game on Friday

High School Baseball:


Fond du Lac 3, Oshkosh West 1

Major League Baseball:

National League;

Milwaukee 9, Arizona 2

–Travis Shaw hit his 12th home run of the season and Jesus Aguilar drove in three runs as the Brewers completed the sweep of the DIamondbacks at Miller Park on Wednesday afternoon. Milwaukee opens a four-game series against the New York Mets tonight. Coverage begins after High School Baseball on KFIZ.

Pittsburgh 5, Cincinnati 4 (12 Innings)

American League:

Chicago White Sox 11, Baltimore 1

Detroit 4, Minnesota 1


Cleveland 1, Chicago Cubs 0

Kansas City 5, St. Louis 2 (10 Innings)

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Quad Cities 8, Wisconsin 4

NBA Playoffs:

Eastern Conference Finals – Game 5:

Boston 96, Cleveland 83

–Jayson Tatum scored 24 points to lead the Celtics in the win. Boston leads the series 3-2 and can close out the series with a win in game six Friday.

Tonight is game five of the Western Conference finals with Golden State visiting Houston. That series is tied at two games apiece.