KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/22/18

American Legion Baseball:

Horicon 10, Mayville 8

Waupun 10, Markesan 0

Fox Lake/Randolph 2, Lomira/Theresa 0

Northwoods League Baseball:

South Division:

Wisconsin Rapids 3, Fond du Lac 2

–Alex Henwood collected three hits in the loss for the Dock Spiders. The two teams meet again tonight at Herr Baker Field, first pitch is 6:35 pm.

Green Bay 5, Lakeshore 4

Madison 5, Wisconsin 2

Kalamazoo 9, Kenosha 3

Rockford 3, Battle Creek 2 (11 Innings)

North Division:

La Crosse 5, St. Cloud 4

Mankato 6, Eau Claire 0

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Milwaukee 11, St. Louis 3

–The Brewers pounded out 12 hits and cashed in on four errors by the Cardinals as they won game one of the series at Miller Park Thursday night. Manny Pina doubled and hit a home run in the fourth inning – one of five Brewers players to have two hits in the game. Game two of the series is tonight, coverage on KFIZ and the Brewers Radio Network starts at 6:35 pm.

Cincinnati 6, Chicago Cubs 2

Arizona 9, Pittsburgh 3

American League:

Boston 9, Minnesota 2

Oakland at Chicago White Sox (Postponed)

Minor League Baseball:

Cedar Rapids 5, Wisconsin 4

NBA Draft:

With the #17 pick in the first round of the NBA Draft Thursday night, the Milwaukee Bucks added guard Donte DiVincenzo from Villanova. DiVincenzo averaged 13.4 points, 4.8 rebounds and 3.8 assists per game – shooting 48 percent from the field and 40 percent from three point range – in earning Big East sixth man of the year honors with the National Champion Wildcats. DiVincenzo was named the Final Four’s Most Outstanding Player – averaging 23 points and six rebounds in Villanova’s title run – adding 31 points in the Championship Game against Michigan.

With the first pick in the draft, the Phoenix Suns selected Arizona’s DeAndre Ayton, Sacramento took Duke’s Marvin Bagley second overall and Atlanta picked shooting guard Luka Doncic from Slovenia third overall – before trading his rights to Dallas in exchange for the rights to Oklahoma guard Trae Young.