KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/5/2021

High School Sports – Friday’s Results: 


Fond du Lac 12, Oshkosh West 1

Princeton/Green Lake 13, Central Wisconsin Christian 3 (Game 1)

Princeton/Green Lake 13, Central Wisconsin Christian 2 (Game 2)


Neenah 11, Fond du Lac 1

North Fond du Lac 16, Randolph 1

Mayville 10, Waupun 4

Ripon 22, Lourdes Academy 6

Girls Soccer: 

St. Mary’s Springs 2, Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian 1

Winnebago Lutheran 10, Lomira 0

–The Vikings scored seven goals in the first half in the win over the Lions

Waupun 10, Campbellsport 0

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 3, Ripon 0

Northwoods League Baseball: 

Fond du Lac 15, Green Bay 7

–Chandler Simpson went 4-for-5 with a triple, drove in two runs and scored three times as the Dock Spiders rallied to beat the Booyah on Friday night. Fondy scored six runs in the sixth inning, and added seven more in the eighth to pull out the win. The two teams play again tonight in Green Bay – first pitch is 6:35 PM. 

Wisconsin 9, Lakeshore 5

Madison 6, Wisconsin Rapids 3

Kenosha 10, Traverse City 3

La Crosse 12, Bismarck 9

Eau Claire 9, Mankato 8


National League: 

Milwaukee 5, Arizona 1

–Brewers’ starter Freddy Peralta pitched into the eighth inning, losing a no-hit bid with one out in the frame, to help lead the Brewers to a win over the Diamondbacks for the second straight night at American Family Field. Peralta gave up a run on one hit, with nine strikeouts to improve his season record to 6-1 on the year. Omar Narvaez led the Milwaukee offense – getting a pair of hits, including a solo home run and scoring three runs in the win. Daniel Vogelbach clubbed a solo home run in the first to lead off the scoring on the night. 

The Brewers have won seven of their last eight games heading into game three of the series on Saturday afternoon. First pitch is 3:10 PM, radio coverage starts at 2:35 on KFIZ. 

San Francisco 8, Chicago Cubs 5

Cincinnati 6, St. Louis 4

Pittsburgh 9, Miami 2

American League: 

Chicago White Sox 9, Detroit 8

Kansas City 14, Minnesota 5

Baltimore 3, Cleveland 1

Minor League Baseball: 

Peoria 11, Wisconsin 4

Quad Cities 8, Beloit 5