KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/8/18
High School Softball:
WIAA State Tournament – Division 5 Semifinals:
Oakfield 2, Blair-Taylor 0
–The Oaks will play McDonell Central, the defending Division 5 State Champion, in Saturday’s championship game. First pitch is set for 8 AM from Goodman Diamond in Madison. Listen to the game on KFIZ and KFIZ.com.
WIAA Division 4 Sectional Semifinals:
Cedar Grove-Belgium 4, Winnebago Lutheran 1
Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld 2, Mayville 1
American Legion Baseball:
Fond du Lac 7, Slinger 5
Mayville 4, Horicon 1
Northwoods League Baseball:
Rockford 7, Fond du Lac 2
–Brett McCleary went 2 for 4 in the loss for the Dock Spiders. Fondy stays on the road with a game in Wisconsin Rapids. Listen to tonight’s game on KFIZ.com, first pitch is 7:05 pm.
Green Bay 6, Lakeshore 1
Madison 3, Wisconsin 2
Kalamazoo 7, Kenosha 5
Wisconsin Rapids 9, Battle Creek 4
La Crosse 4, St. Cloud 3
Bismarck 3, Eau Claire 1
Major League Baseball:
The Brewers conclude their road trip tonight with the first of three games against the Philadelphia Phillies. The Brewers have lost four of five to start the month, most recently being swept in a two-game series by the Cleveland Indians. The Phillies, meanwhile, have lost five of six, getting swept by San Francisco and losing two of three to the Cubs. Jhoulys Chacin will start for the Brewers against Vince Velasquez for Philadelphia. Coverage on KFIZ and the Brewers Radio Network begins at 5:30 tonight, first pitch at 6:05.
Chicago Cubs 4, Philadelphia 3
St. Louis 4, Miami 1
Cincinnati 7, Colorado 5 (13 Innings)
LA Dodgers 8, Pittsburgh 7
Minnesota 7, Chicago White Sox 2
Detroit 7, Boston 2
Oakland 4, Kansas City 1
Minor League Baseball:
Wisconsin 1, Quad Cities 0
The Milwaukee Bucks announced six new assistant coaches that joined the team following the hiring of Mike Budenholzer as the team’s head coach. Darvin Ham, Taylor Jenkins, Charles Lee, Ben Sullivan and Patrick St. Andrews were all on staff with Budenholzer in Atlanta, while Sean Sweeney was retained from the previous Bucks’ coaching staff.
Stanley Cup Finals – Game 5:
Washington 4, Las Vegas 3
–Capitals win the series 4-1, their first ever Stanley Cup title.