Sports : Friday, 4/7/17
High School Baseball:
Oshkosh North 2, Fond du Lac 0
–Ryan Norton goes 2-3 for the Cardinals in the loss.
St. Mary’s Springs 11, Omro 0 (6 innings)
–Mitch Waechter tosses a no-hitter with seven strikeouts in the win.
Winnebago Lutheran 3, Mayville 1
Laconia 17, North Fond du Lac 7 (6 innings)
Campbellsport 10, Berlin 0
Ripon 9, Waupun 4
High School Softball:
Oshkosh North 10, Fond du Lac 0
Omro 13, St. Mary’s Springs 7
North Fond du Lac 6, Winnebago Lutheran 3 (8 innings)
Laconia 6, Mayville 0
–Kayla Schwebke tosses a three-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts in the win for Laconia.
Waupun 2, Kewaskum 1 (8 Innings)
New Holstein 11, Roncalli 1
Winnebago Lutheran 7, Lomira 0
–Kyra Wiechman & Katelyn Bonilla each score three goals for the Vikings in the win.
Oshkosh Lourdes 4, North Fond du Lac/Oakfield 1
Girls Track & Field:
Fond du Lac girls finish 4th at the Neenah Indoor Invite. Brooke McDowell places 1st in the 200 meter hurdles.
Colorado 2, Milwaukee 1
–Nolan Arenado’s home run in the top of the ninth lifted the Rockies to a one-run win over the Brewers at Miller Park. Kirk Nieuwenhuis homered in the 7th for the Brewers’ only run of the game. Jesus Aguilar went 2 for 3 with a double in the loss. The Btewers welcome the Cubs to Miller Park for a three game weekend set beginning tonight. Coverage starts at 6:35 on KFIZ.
Chicago Cubs 6, St. Louis 4
Cincinnati 7, Philadelphia 4
Chicago White Sox 11, Detroit 2
Minnesota 5, Kansas City 3
Pittsburgh vs. Boston (PPD)
Quad Cities 3, Wisconsin 0
Indiana 104, Milwaukee 89
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 25 points in the loss for Milwaukee, their third straight loss. The Bucks are at Philadelphia on Saturday night.
Men’s College Golf:
Marian places 5th at the Clarke University Spring Invite in Galena, Illinois. The Sabres shoot a 326. The Loras College “Gold” team takes first with a 312.
Charley Hoffman will carry a four-shot lead into the second round of the Masters, the largest advantage through 18 holes since 1955. Hoffman had seven birdies in an 11-hole stretch in shooting a 7-under 65 at Augusta National. William McGirt is alone in second, two strokes ahead of Lee Westwood and two better than a group that includes Phil Mickelson, Olympic gold medalist Justin Rose and Sergio Garcia
World No. 1 Dustin Johnson was forced to withdraw before beginning his opening round at the Masters. Johnson was still bothered by a sore lower back after falling down a flight of stairs at the home he is renting near Augusta National this week. Johnson took some practice shots and worked on his putting before his round was scheduled to begin, but decided to pull out of the first major of the season as he reached the first tee