KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/25/19

High School Sports – Tuesday’s Results: 

Boys Soccer: 

Kimberly 3, Fond du Lac 0

Waupun 2, Plymouth 1

Ripon 2, Kewaskum 0

New Holstein 8, Cedar Grove/Belgium 0

Girls Volleyball: 

Roncalli 3, Winnebago Lutheran 1 (25-22, 21-25, 25-20, 25-20)

Laconia 3, Markesan 1 (25-15, 25-7, 15-25, 25-17)

Mayville 3, Waupun 0 (25-23, 25-16, 25-22)

Central Wisconsin Christian 3, Oakfield 1 (25-12, 25-19, 18-25, 25-21)

Boys Volleyball: 

Fond du Lac 3, Appleton West 0

Girls Tennis: 

Fond du Lac 7, Appleton East 0

Local College Scoreboard – Tuesday’s Results:

Women’s Volleyball:

Wisconsin Lutheran 3, Marian 0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-21)

Women’s Soccer: 

UW-Whitewater 3, Ripon College 0

Major League Baseball: 

National League: 

Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 2

–Keston Hiura’s sacrifice fly in the third inning broke a 2-2 tie and the Brewers bullpen kept the Reds scoreless the rest of the game in the series-opening win. Ryan Braun clubbed a solo home run in the second inning to start the Brewers scoring – its his 21st homer of the year. Brent Suter picked up the win in relief, tossing three shutout innings with three strikeouts, while Josh Hader picked up save #36 on the season to seal the win. The Brewers magic number to clinch the second Wild Card spot is “One” – a win tonight or losses by the Cubs and Mets would give Milwaukee their second straight playoff appearance. 

Game two of the series is tonight – Jordan Lyles gets the start for the Brewers against Tyler Mahle for Cincinnati. Coverage starts at 5:05 pm, first pitch is 5:40 on KFIZ. 

Pittsburgh 9, Chicago Cubs 2

–Seven losses in a row for the Cubs

Arizona 3, St. Louis 2 (19 Innings)

American League: 

Cleveland 11, Chicago White Sox 0

Minnesota 4, Detroit 2


Kansas City 9, Atlanta 6


The N-B-A has fined the Milwaukee Bucks 50-thousand dollars for comments by general manager Jon Horst.  He told Bucks fans the team will offer superstar Giannis Antetokounmpo a super-max contract worth almost 254-million dollars next summer.  That would be the largest deal in N-B-A history. The problem is, the league doesn’t allow teams to discuss future player contracts. Horst says the Bucks think Antetokounmpo will sign the contract and will be a member of the team for a long time.