KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/14/19

High School Baseball:

WIAA State Championship Games:

Division 4: Webster 11, Mineral Point 1

–Webster closes out a perfect 30-0 season

Division 3: Stratford 9, Markesan 4

Division 2: Antigo 8, Union Grove 3

Division 1: Eau Claire North 5, Sun Prairie 4

American Legion Baseball:

Fond du Lac Post 75 3, Green Bay Southwest 0

St. Mary’s Springs 5, Horicon 4

Lomira/Theresa 10, Green Lake 2

Northwoods League Baseball:

Great Lakes Division:

Wisconsin Rapids 12, Fond du Lac 3

–The Rafters used a six-run sixth inning to take control of the game. Zach Prajzner drove in two runs in the loss for the Dock Spiders. Fond du Lac visits Lakeshore tonight, first pitch is 6:35 pm – listen on KFIZ and KFIZ.com

Green Bay 4, Wisconsin 3

Madison 7, Lakeshore 6 (Game 1)

Madison 1, Lakeshore 0 (8 Innings/Game 2)

Rockford 8, Kenosha 6

Kokomo 10, Traverse City 5

Great Plains Division:

Thunder Bay 5, La Crosse 3

Mankato 8, Eau Claire 4

Major League Baseball:

National League:

The Brewers continue their road trip tonight with the first of three games against San Francisco. Milwaukee started the eight game trip with a split in Houston, winning the second game in 14 innings on Wednesday night. San Francisco has played their last five at home and is 3-2 in that stretch, sweeping a two-game series over San Diego on Tuesday and Wednesday. The Giants are 28-38 overall, 16 & ½ games back of the Dodgers in the National League West. The Brewers are 39-29, a game ahead of the Cubs in the NL Central. Zach Davies gets the start for the Brewers, with Drew Pomeranz getting the nod for the Giants. First pitch is 9:15 – listen on KFIZ following Dock Spiders Baseball.

LA Dodgers 7, Chicago Cubs 3

St. Louis at NY Mets (Suspended due to rain with the score tied at 4 in the ninth inning – will be resumed tonight)

Atlanta 6, Pittsburgh 5

American League:

Chicago White Sox 5, NY Yankees 4

Minnesota 10, Seattle 5

Kansas City 7, Detroit 3

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 2, Cedar Rapids 0

Beloit 2, Quad Cities 0 (Game 1)

Quad Cities 8, Beloit 6 (Game 2)


NBA Finals – Game 6:

Toronto 114, Golden State 110

–Kyle Lowry and Pascal Siakam each scored 26 points to lead the way as the Raptors closed out the Warriors in game six to win their first NBA Championship. Klay Thompson scored 30 points to lead the Warriors in the loss – Thompson left the game with a torn ACL. Kawhi Leonard was named finals MVP. It’s the first major sports championship for Canada in 26 years, since the Toronto Blue Jays won the 1993 World Series.