KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/25/2020
KFIZ Sports Scoreboard:
High School Sports:
St. Lawrence Seminary 4, Central Wisconsin Christian 2
–Ben Gamino scored twice in the win for St. Lawrence
Central Wisconsin Christian 3, Lourdes Academy 0 (25-14, 25-16, 25-22)
St. Louis 4, Milwaukee 2
–Dylan Carlson drove in three runs to help the Cardinals take the first game of the weekend series against the Brewers in St. Louis Thursday night. Run-scoring singles from Tyrone Taylor and Eric Sogard provided the only runs of the game for the Brewers in the loss. Milwaukee sits two games back of the Cardinals in the Central Division standings and a game-and-a-half back of the Reds for what is likely the final Wild Card playoff spot. The Brewers and Cardinals play a doubleheader today – game one starts at 4:15 PM, with game two to follow 30 minutes after.
Pittsburgh 7, Chicago Cubs 0
Cleveland 5, Chicago White Sox 4
Kansas City 8, Detroit 7
Thursday Night Football:
Miami 31, Jacksonville 13
>>Packers DT Clark Cleared to Practices In Pads Thursday
(Green Bay, WI) — Some good news on the Packers injury front. Green Bay nose tackle Kenny Clark was cleared to practice in pads Thursday. It marked the first time Clark took the field since leaving the season opener at Minnesota with a groin injury. He joined his teammates and participated in all individual drills in practice. Coaches say this does not mean that Clark will play in Sunday night’s game in New Orleans. Clark’s return would be a big boost for the Packer defense. Tyler Lancaster and Kingsley Keke handled most of the nose tackle duties against Detroit. Packers Pro Bowl wide-out Davante Adams did not practice again on Thursday.
>>3 Watt Brothers Face Off in Steelers vs. Texans Game Sunday
(Pittsburgh, PA) — Three Watt brothers from Waukesha County will be on the same NFL field Sunday when the Texans play the Steelers in Pittsburgh. JJ Watt will be on the Houston defense and younger brothers TJ and Derek Watt play for the Steelers. Derek signed with Pittsburgh this season after four years as a fullback for the Chargers. Their parents are unable to attend the game due to COVID-19 restrictions in Pennsylvania. This isn’t the first time three brothers played in the same game. Last December, Steelers safety Terrel Edmunds and running back Trey were joined on the field by Bills linebacker Tremaine Edmunds.
>>No Marching Band For 2020 Wisconsin Football Games
(Madison, WI) — The University of Wisconsin Marching Band will not be performing at Badgers football games this fall. The Big Ten Conference made the decision not to allow bands to participate due to COVID-19. The Badger Band issued a statement, saying, “performing for the Badger Faithful in the greatest venue in all of college football is an honor and privilege that we do not take lightly. We look forward to a time where we can suit up and perform in support of our team and great institution.” The marching band’s students were cleared to return to in-pers