KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/24/19

American Legion Baseball:

River Falls Tournament:

Friday: Fond du Lac 5, River Falls 3

Saturday: East Ridge (MN) 2, Fond du Lac 1

Sunday: Fond du Lac 6, Hudson 4

Amateur Baseball:

East Shore League:


Johnsburg 6, Marytown 2


Forest 10, Mount Calvary 5

St. Cloud 5, St. Peter 0

Cleveland 16, Chilton 10

Rock River League:

Saturday: Oakfield 6, Saukville 3

Sunday: Oakfield 7, Thiensville-Mequon 3

Northwoods League Baseball:

Great Lakes Division:

Green Bay 4, Fond du Lac 1

–The Booyah scored three runs in the sixth inning to pull out the win over the Dock Spiders on Sunday afternoon. Andrew Bullock, Duncan Hunter and Max Downs each had multi-hit games for Fondy in the loss. The Dock Spiders are off today – and return to action Tuesday in Wisconsin Rapids.

Madison 6, Wisconsin 5

Lakeshore 3, Wisconsin Rapids 0

Kenosha 6, Rockford 1

Kokomo 6, Battle Creek 3

Traverse City 6, Kalamazoo 3

Great Plains Division:

Thunder Bay 7, La Crosse 6 (12 Innings)

Waterloo 7, Eau Claire 6

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Milwaukee 7, Cincinnati 5

–Travis Shaw blasted a 465 foot home run in the third inning as the Brewers built at 7-0 lead, then held on for the victory at Miller Park to earn a split with the Reds in their four game series. Brandon Woodruff went seven innings, allowing three runs on three hits and striking out a career-high 12 batters in the win. Milwaukee is off today and opens a three game interleague series with the Seattle Mariners on Tuesday at Miller Park.

Chicago Cubs 5, NY Mets 3

Pittsburgh 11, San Diego 10 (11 Innings)

American League:

Texas 7, Chicago White Sox 4

Kansas City 6, Minnesota 1

Cleveland 8, Detroit 3


LA Angels 6, St. Louis 4

Minor League Baseball:

Clinton 4, Wisconsin 1

Quad Cities at Beloit (Postponed)


Jerry Kelly outlasted Steve Stricker and Retief Goosen in a three-man playoff to win the American Family Insurance Championship at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison. All three players shot a -15 to force the playoff, with Stricker bowing out after the first hole. Kelly and Goosen each parred the 18th hole, with Kelly defeating Goosen on the 15th hole to win the tournament.