Sports : Friday, 5/12/17

High School Baseball:

Neenah 8, Fond du Lac 2

St. Mary’s Springs 10, Lomira 2

Winnebago Lutheran 17, North Fond du Lac 3

–The Vikings clinch the Flyway Conference championship outright.

Omro 2, Laconia 1

Mayville 12, Watertown Luther Prep 7

Waupun 2, Winneconne 1

Oakfield 3, Randolph 0

Chilton 5, Hilbert/Stockbridge 2

High School Softball:

Appleton West 5, Fond du Lac 2

North Fond du Lac 14, St. Mary’s Springs 6

Mayville 14, Winnebago Lutheran 0

Laconia 3, Lomira 0

–The Spartans clinch the outright Flyway Conference title with the win – their 3rd straight conference title.

Waupun 11, Campbellsport 1 (5 Innings)

Oakfield 13, Randolph 2

Brillion 5, Chilton 1

Girls Soccer:

Fond du Lac 4, Appleton West 3

Mayville 1, Winnebago Lutheran 0

Winneconne 6, Campbellsport 0

Waupun 4, Berlin 1

Boys Golf:

Fond du Lac places 3rd at the Neenah Invite. The Cardinals shoot a 315 as a team, with Elliott Nielsen placing second individually with a 71

St. Mary’s Springs wins the Flyway Conference Mini-Meet at Camelot in Lomira. The Ledgers shoot a 151 as a team. Dawson Sarauer shoots a 35 to earn medalist honors, Doyle Kelly a 38, Ben Hintze & Colin Ahern each a 39, Owen Ahern a 40.

Winnebago Lutheran placed second with a 177, John O’Connor shoots a 41 individually for the Vikings. Mason Herkstroeter a 43.

Mayville 3rd (182), Omro 4th (194), Lomira 5th (194), Laconia 6th with a 297.

Boys Tennis:

Fond du Lac 6, Kaukauna 1

Major League Baseball:


Boston 4, Milwaukee 1

–Mookie Betts hit a three-run home run in the top of the 9th inning to lift the Red Sox to a win in the series finale against Milwaukee at Miller Park. Jonathan Villar went 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI in the loss. The Brewers host the New York Mets for a three game weekend series tonight. Coverage starts at 6:35 on KFIZ.

National League:

Arizona 2, Pittsburgh 1

Cincinnati 3, San Francisco 2

American League:

Minnesota 7, Chicago White Sox 6

Detroit 7, LA Angels 1

Kansas City 6, Tampa Bay 0

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Wisconsin 6, Lake County 0


The Packers have signed rookie cornerback Kevin King. King was the first player taken in the second round, number 33 overall, out of the University of Washington in last month’s NFL Draft. Contract terms have not yet been announced. But the deal will likely be for four years.

The Packers also announced the dates for offseason workouts that are coming up this summer. The team will hold their mandatory mini-camp June 13th through the 15th, with the first practice of training camp to be held on July 27th. Players will report to camp on July 26th.


San Antonio 114, Houston 75

–LaMarcus Aldridge scored 34 points and added 12 rebounds as the Spurs routed the Rockets in game six to advance to the Western Conference Finals against Golden State.