KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/13/19
High School Sports – Thursday’s Results:
St. Mary’s Springs 41, Lomira 0
–Issac Hyland scored three touchdowns – one rushing, one receiving and one on special teams, as the Ledgers defeated the Lions at Fruth Field Thursday night. Hyland caught a 50-yard touchdown pass to put SMSA up 21-0 going into halftime, then returned the second half kickoff 85 yards for a score, before scoring on a 33-yard run with just over six minutes to play in the game to create the final margin. Springs improves to 2-2 on the year, while Lomira drops to 3-1.
Appleton North 2, Fond du Lac 1
North Fond du Lac United 0, Wayland Academy 0 (Suspended)
–Game suspended due to lightning in the 54th minute.
Omro 9, Mayville 0
Waupun 10, Campbellsport 1
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 6, Ripon 0
Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian 7, New Holstein 1
Fond du Lac 3, Hortonville 2 (25-17, 25-20, 21-25, 22-25, 15-12)
North Fond du Lac 3, Winnebago Lutheran 2 (21-25, 25-23, 25-22, 22-25, 18-16)
Laconia 3, Lomira 0 (25-22, 25-21, 25-14)
Appleton East defeated Fond du Lac 226-242 in an FVA Dual Meet at Rolling Meadows Golf Course. Maisey Wilhelms was the meet medalist, shooting a 47 for Fondy
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 3, Miami 2
–Ryan Braun’s two-run home run in the third inning was all the Brewers would need to complete the four game sweep of the Marlins on Thursday afternoon and give the Brewers their seventh win in a row. Mike Moustakas drove in a run on a sacrifice fly in the first inning for Milwaukee’s only other run of the game. Miami pulled within a run in the fourth inning on an RBI single from Lewis Brinson, but the Brewers bullpen kept them off the scoreboard the rest of the way – with four relievers combining for 10 strikeouts in the final five innings. The Brewers open weekend series in St. Louis tonight, first pitch is 7:15 pm, no broadcast on KFIZ because of High School Football.
Chicago Cubs 4, San Diego 1
St. Louis 10, Colorado 3
Pittsburgh 4, San Francsico 2
Kansas City 6, Chicago White Sox 3
NY Yankees 10, Detroit 4 (Game 1)
NY Yankees 6, Detroit 4 (Game 2)
Washington 12, Minnesota 6
Cincinnati 11, Seattle 5
Reigning National League M-V-P Christian Yelich will not need surgery on his broken right kneecap. The Brewers All-Star outfielder was back in Milwaukee for tests a day after fouling a ball off his leg in Miami. G-M David Stearns says Yelich’s recovery is expected to take eight to ten weeks. Stearns says it was good news based on Christian’s M-R-I’s and additional imaging he had Wednesday. Yelich will likely get a second opinion on his fractured kneecap in the next week. He was hitting .329 with 44 homers and 97 R-B-I’s – plus 30 stolen bases.
Minnesota quarterback Kirk Cousins threw just 10 passes in last week’s 28-12 win over the Falcons. That’s an indicator of just how strong the Vikings running game was. The challenge for Packers defensive coordinator Mike Pettine and his crew is stopping talented running Dalvin Cook, who carried the ball 21 times for 111 yards and two touchdowns against Atlanta. The newest Packers played big roles in holding Chicago to 46 yards on the ground in the season opener. A repeat would be a good start toward a two-and-oh record for Green Bay.
Thursday Night Football – Tampa Bay 20, Carolina 14