Sports : Friday, 4/21/17

High School Baseball:

Mayville 1, Laconia 0

Waupun 12, Berlin 2

High School Softball:

Winnebago Lutheran 9, Lomira 8

Kewaskum 10, Campbellsport 2

Waupun 11, Plymouth 1 (Game 1/5 innings)

Waupun 15, Plymouth 0 (Game 2/5 innings)

Girls Soccer:

Campbellsport 5, Berlin 0

Boys Golf:

Fond du Lac finishes 11th at the two-day Sheboygan North invite with a 698. Elliott Nielsen ties for fourth at the invite, shooting a 157 total. Nielsen shot a 79 at Whistling Straits and a 78 at Blackwolf Run.

High School Baseball on KFIZ this afternoon as Fond du Lac hosts Appleton West. Coverage starts at 4:25, first pitch is at 4:30 on KFIZ.


National League:

Milwaukee 7, St. Louis 5

–Eric Thames hit his league-leading eighth home run of the season, Travis Shaw and Jett Bandy hit homers of their own as the Brewers defeated the Cardinals at Miller Park. Zach Davies earned his first win of the season, going 5 & ⅓ innings, allowing four runs on 8 hits and striking out five. Game two is tonight, coverage starts at 6:35 on KFIZ.

American League:

Cleveland 6, Minnesota 2

Tampa Bay 8, Detroit 1

Texas 1, Kansas City 0 (13 Innings)


Baltimore 2, Cincinnati 1 (10 Innings)

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Wisconsin 11, Peoria 8

–Game two is tonight, first pitch is at 6:35

NBA: Milwaukee 104, Toronto 77

–Khris Middleton scored 20 points, Giannis Antetokounmpo 19, Greg Monroe 16 as the Bucks routed the Raptors at the Bradley Center to take a 2-1 lead in the Eastern Conference first round series. The Bucks led by 20 at the end of the first quarter, and held Toronto star DeMar DeRozan without a field goal in the game.  Game four is Saturday in Milwaukee, tipoff is at 2pm.

Elsewhere in the NBA:

Cleveland went up 3-0 on Indiana in their best of seven Eastern Conference series with 119-114 win in Indiana. The Cavs were down 25 points and halftime and rallied to win. Lebron James had 41 points in the win for Cleveland, who can sweep the series with a win in game four on Sunday.

Memphis trimmed San Antonio’s lead in their Western Conference playoff series to 2-1 with a 105-94 win in Memphis. Mike Conley had 24 to lead the Grizzlies.


The Packers 2017 schedule was released Thursday. Green Bay opens the season on Sunday, September 10th at home against the Seattle Seahawks. The Packers play on Sunday Night Football three times: week two at defending NFC Champion Atlanta, week 11 at Pittsburgh and week 16, a Saturday night matchup on December 23rd against the Vikings at home. Green Bay will also host division rival Chicago in prime time on Thursday, September 28th and host Detroit on Monday, November 6th. See the full schedule release at