KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/19/18

Tuesday’s High School Results:

Boys Soccer:

Oshkosh West 4, Fond du Lac 0

Kohler 2, Winnebago Lutheran 0

Omro 8, Lomira 3

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 4, Waupun 1

Central Wisconsin Christian 5, Ozaukee 1

Oostburg 2, St. Lawrence Seminary 1

Kewaunee 4, New Holstein 0

Girls Volleyball:

Laconia 3, Winnebago Lutheran 1 (25-12, 23-25, 25-17, 25-19)

–Alyssa Lorenz and Sam Bernhard each had nine kills and four blocks, while Luci Baus had 12 assists for WLA. For Laconia, Haley Rens had 32 digs and four aces, Kennedy Krohn had 14 kills and six aces whila Hailey Bartz had 41 assists

Campbellsport 3, Mayville 0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-20)

–Skylahr Murphy had 10 kills, Morgan Fryman 26 assists, Evonna Engel 21 digs in the win for the Cougars

Beaver Dam 3, Waupun 0 (25-20, 25-19, 25-22)

Central Wisconsin Christian 3, Oakfield 0 (25-14, 25-10, 25-12)

Boys Volleyball:

Appleton East 3, Fond du Lac 2 (20-25, 22-25, 26-24, 27-25, 20-18)

Girls Tennis:

Fond du Lac 7, Appleton East 0

Howards Grove 5, Waupun 2

Kiel 5, Kewaunee 2

Girls Golf:

Neenah beat Fond du Lac in an FVA dual meet Tuesday by a score of 198 to 217. Maisey Wilhelms led the Cardinals with a 48.

Girls Swimming:

Appleton North 118, Fond du Lac 68

Men’s College Soccer:

Ripon College 2, Maranatha Baptist 1

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Cincinnati 3, Milwaukee 1

–Jonathan Schoop’s RBI single in the third inning provided the only run of the game for Milwaukee as they take the loss to the Reds in the second game of the series at Miller Park Tuesday night. Chase Anderson took the loss, allowing three runs on six hits in just 3 & ⅔ innings. The two teams wrap up their series tonight – coverage starts at 6:05 on KFIZ.

Chicago Cubs 9, Arizona 1

St. Louis 8, Atlanta 1

American League:

Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 3

Minnesota 5, Detroit 3


Pittsburgh 2, Kansas City 1 (11 Innings)

MLB News:

The Milwaukee Brewers have agreed to a two-year player development contract with the Class AAA San Antonio Missions of the Pacific Coast League. The Brewers will be working with the same Class AAA club as the franchise is moving from Colorado Springs – where the current Brewers AAA affiliate is located. The move was announced last year, but many believed the San Antonio club would be affiliated with the Texas Rangers. The Missions are moving up from the Double-A Texas League to the Triple-A Pacific Coast League next year. The San Antonio franchise previously served as a minor league affiliate for the Brewers in 1972 as a Double-A team.