KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/15/18

Girls Tennis:

Bay Port Tournament:

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Howards Grove 2

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Shawano 3

St. Mary’s Springs 6, Green Bay East 0

St. Mary’s Springs 4, Marinette 2

New Richmond 5, St. Mary’s Springs 1

–Isa Hopper won all five of her matches for St. Mary’s Springs, while Haley Franz went 4-1 in singles play. The doubles team of Samantha Brannen and Kate Stone went 3-2 for the Ledgers


Mayville 7, Kewaskum 0

Northwoods League Baseball:

South Division Playoffs:

Fond du Lac 3, Kalamazoo 1

–The Dock Spiders are South Division Champions and are headed to the Summer Collegiate World Series after knocking off the Growlers Tuesday night. Sam Hubbe spun a gem for Fondy, allowing just a run in seven innings with eighth strikeouts. Zac Taylor homered, while Cole Zabowski, Alex Henwood and Mitch Boe all had two hits in the win for the Dock Spiders. Fondy hosts Duluth in game one of the Summer Collegiate World Series at Herr Baker Field tonight at 6:35 pm. The best-of-three series will shift to Duluth Thursday, with game three (if necessary) back in Fond du Lac Friday. Listen to the Summer Collegiate World Series on KFIZ and KFIZ.com.

North Division Playoffs:

Duluth 17, Willmar 7

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Milwaukee 7, Chicago Cubs 0

–Homers and Pitching. That’s how the Brewers beat the Cubs in the first game of their series in Chicago Tuesday afternoon. Lorenzo Cain blasted a solo home run just two pitches into the game, while Ryan Braun hit the first of his two, two-run home runs on the day just a short while later. Erik Kratz added a solo homer in the sixth, and a run-scoring double in the eighth for Milwaukee. Jhoulys Chacin tossed a gem for the Brewers, throwing seven scoreless innings, allowing just three hits while striking out 10. The final game of the series is this afternoon, coverage on KFIZ begins at 12:45 pm with first pitch at 1:20.

St. Louis 6, Washington 4

American League:

Chicago White Sox 6, Detroit 3

Toronto 6, Kansas City 5


Minnesota 5, Pittsburgh 2

Cleveland 8, Cincinnati 1

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 8, Beloit 3