KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/16/2020

KFIZ Sports Scoreboard: 

High School Sports: 

Girls Volleyball: 

Central Wisconsin Christian 3, Valley Christian 0 (25-12, 25-20, 25-10)

Boys Soccer:

Oostburg 3, St. Lawrence Seminary 0


Milwaukee 18, St. Louis 3

–Daniel Vogelbach had three hits, including a double and a home run as the Brewers crushed the Cardinals at Miller Park Tuesday night. Christian Yelich added three hits of his own, including a solo home run in the first inning that started the scoring for the Brewers. Milwaukee combined for 13 of their 18 runs in the fourth and fifth innings. The teams wrap up the series with a doubleheader this afternoon – game one starts at 4:10 pm. 

Chicago Cubs 6, Cleveland 5

Chicago White Sox 6, Minnesota 2

Detroit 6, Kansas City 0

Cincinnati 4, Pittsburgh 1

Sports Headlines: 

>>Big Ten Decides To Reverse Football Decision – Announcement Expected Today

(Chicago, IL)  —  Under an agreement reportedly approved by Big Ten presidents and commissioners, football could return to the conference by the middle of next month.  An announcement originally expected to come Tuesday could be made later today (Wednesday). The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports the proposal for a 2020 season has been approved.  Giving substance to that report and others was a comment by University of Nebraska President Ted Carter caught by a hot microphone before a Tuesday news conference.  He told the director of the National Strategic Research Institute, Bob Hinson, an announcement was coming about Huskers and Big Ten football.

>>Third-Year CB Jaire Alexander Living Up To His Promise

(Minneapolis, MN)  —  The Green Bay Packers third-year cornerback Jaine Alexander put on a show against the Vikings Sunday, indicating he is living up to the promise he has always shown.  He finished the 43-34 victory with five tackles, one pass defense, one sack, one interception, and one safety.  Alexander has already had two strong seasons with the Packers.  A few more games like the one in Minnesota will earn him a Pro Bowl invitation.

>>Coach Bud Not In Trouble After 2 Disappointing Postseasons

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks will hang on to coach Mike Budenholzer, despite some calls for his firing.  TheAthletic-dot-com is reporting coach Bud’s job is safe. In his first two seasons, his Bucks have had the best record in the NBA. Failures in the playoffs have brought up some questions, but general manager Jon Horst and the Milwaukee management team still have confidence in him.  To remain in their good graces, he will have to come up with a solution to the “wall strategy” opponents have used to slow down Giannis Antetokounmpo.

>>College Sports Analysts Put Wisconsin Badgers In Top-3 Of Big Ten Basketball

(Madison, WI)  —  If and when the college basketball season returns, most sports analysts expect the Wisconsin Badgers to be right at the top of the Big Ten. BTN writer Andy Katz has coach Greg Gard’s squad at number-three, right behind Illinois and Iowa.  Jon Rothstein had Wisconsin second in his Big Ten Conference power poll behind Iowa.  The Badgers return most of the lineup from last year’s conference championship team for the ‘20-‘21 season.