KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/3/2020

KFIZ Sports Scoreboard: 

East Shore League Baseball: 


Mount Calvary 6, Howards Grove 5

–Kaine Mertens had three hits, including a double in the win for Mount Calvary


Forest 19, Marytown 5 (7 Innings)

–Caden Krug collected four hits in the win for Forest

Johnsburg 9, St. Peter 5

–Connor Voelker and Owen Olson each had four hits in the win for Johnsburg

St. Cloud 7, Cleveland 4


St. Cloud 3, Johnsburg 0

–Cade Christensen had two hits, and Eric Feldner hit a home run in the win for St. Cloud

Chilton/Cleveland, St. Peter/Marytown and Forest/Howards Grove games Sunday were postponed or suspended due to rain. 

Rock River League:


Hustisford 4, Oakfield 3

Northwoods League Scores: 

Fond du Lac 9, Green Bay 1

–Tim Elko had four hits for the Dock Spiders as they completed the sweep of the Booyah to win their seventh game in a row. 

Wisconsin 4, La Crosse 1

Major League Baseball: 

Chicago Cubs 2, Pittsburgh 1 (11 Innings)


Chicago White Sox 9, Kansas City 2


Minnesota 3, Cleveland 1


Cincinnati 4, Detroit 3 (Game 1)


Cincinnati at Detroit (Game 2)




Houston 120, Milwaukee 116

–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 36 points and grabbed 18 rebounds in the loss for the Bucks. Russell Westbrook led the way with 31 points for Houston. Milwaukee is back in action Tuesday against Brooklyn. 




Western Conference Qualifying Round: 


Minnesota 3, Vancouver 0

–The Wild lead the series 1-0


Sports Headlines:


>>LaFleur Repeats Thought:  “I See (Rodgers) Here For A Really Long Time”

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Green Bay head coach Matt LaFleur says Aaron Rodgers is the Packers’ quarterback and thinks he will be with the team “for a really long time.”  LaFleur was talking to the media before the players report for practice today (Monday). He says nothing is guaranteed in the NFL, but he feels lucky to be able to work with Rodgers on a daily basis and he doesn’t see that changing.  The comments made Sunday come after Rodgers said on a podcast he believes the Packers are preparing to move on from him.  He says Green Bay traded up to draft Jordan Love.  That means they like him and they “want to play him.”


>>Gamel Inherits CF After Lorenzo Cain Opts Out For 2020 Season

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Ben Gamel has some big shoes to fill – especially on defense.  All-Star center fielder Lorenzo Cain notified the Brewers Saturday he will opt-out of the rest of the 2020 season.  That leaves the door open for Gamel who hit .248 last year.  Cain has been the team’s Gold Glove center fielder for the last two seasons.  He has hit .287 with 22 home runs and 55 stolen bases in parts of four seasons.  Gamel has hit .263 in five major league seasons with Seattle and Milwaukee.  Metrics show he is a slightly about average centerfielder.