Sports : Friday, 5/26/17
High School Baseball:
Fond du Lac 8, Kaukauna 3
WIAA Division 2 Regionals:
Winneconne 7, North Fond du Lac 0
University School of Milwaukee 1, Lomira 0
Mayville 11, Hustisford/Dodgeland 1 (6 Innings)
Valders 5, Chilton 0
WIAA DIvision 3 Regionals:
St. Mary’s Springs 2, Horicon 1
–The Ledgers advance to face top-seed Winnebago Lutheran on Tuesday
Laconia 24, Pardeeville 0 (5 Innings)
–The Spartans advance to face Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian on Tuesday
High School Softball:
WIAA Division 2 Regionals:
Waupun 13, Brown Deer 0 (5 Innings)
–The Warriors host Kewaskum today in a regional championship
WIAA Division 3 Regionals:
Poynette 12, Winnebago Lutheran 2 (5 Innings)
–Poynette hosts Campbellsport in a regional championship today at 5pm.
Chilton 6, Roncalli 0
–Chilton hosts Southern Door in a regional championship today at 4:30 pm
WIAA Division 4 Regionals:
Mishicot 13, St. Mary’s Springs 1
WIAA Division 5 Regionals:
Oakfield 11, Sevastopol 1
–Oakfield hosts Cambria-Friesland in a regional championship game today at 4:30 pm
High School Softball on KFIZ this afternoon as Laconia hosts Mayville in a WIAA Division 3 Regional Championship Game. Coverage starts at 4:55, first pitch at 5pm on KFIZ.
Fond du Lac 10, Hortonville 3
Track & Field:
WIAA Division 1 Sectionals (At West Bend West):
Both the Fond du Lac boys and girls track & field teams are sectional champions. The Cardinal boys scored 119 points, while the Fondy girls totaled 90 points at the sectional meet.
For the Cardinal boys, Andrew Stone (shot put & discus). Noah Tagliapietra (800 meter, 1,600 meter, 3,200 meter), Trey Halfmann (200 meter dash), 4X200, 4X400, 4X800 meter relay teams all qualify for state
For the Cardinal girls, Katie Retzlaff (100 meter hurdles), Nicole Lord (100 meter, 200 meter & long jump), Ally Gietzel (400 meter & long jump), Brooke McDowell & Amber Wells (300 meter hurdles) all qualify for state.
WIAA Division 2 Sectionals (At East Troy):
Winnebago Lutheran girls finish ninth at the sectionals with 32 points. Mackenzie Boehlke (Shot put & discus) & Sarah Niehauser (1,600 meter & 3,200 meter)
North Fond du Lac girls place 10th at sectionals with 29 points. Frannie Sokolik qualifies for state in the long jump, 100 meter dash and the triple jump. The North Fond du Lac boys finish 18th at sectionals, Tim Barthmann (pole vault) and Nathan Schallert (shot put) qualify for state.
Waupun girls place 11th, Waupun boys finish 8th
Laconia girls finish 18th at the D2 sectionals, Allison Grahl qualifies for state in the 400 meter dash. The Laconia boys finish 25th.
Lomira girls finish 19th at the D2 sectionals, state qualifiers include Natalie Geiger in the shot put and Marin Reed in the 3,200 meter. The Lomira boys finish 27th.
Campbellsport girls place 29th at the D2 sectionals
WIAA Division 3 Sectionals (At Hilbert):
St. Mary’s Springs girls place 7th with 41.5 points. Qualifying for state for the Ledger girls are Lexi Franz in the high jump, Allison Taylor in the 400 meter dash and the 4×200 meter relay team.
The St. Mary’s Springs boys finish sixth at the D3 sectionals at Hilbert. Qualifying for state for the Ledger boys are Jake Hoch in the 400 meter dash, Michael Buetow in the Shot Put, Jake Schrauth in the Shot Put and the 4X100 and 4X200 meter relay teams.
Fond du Lac finishes second at the WIAA Division 1 sectional meet at Oshkosh West. Drew Jorgensen qualifies for the state individual meet in singles. The doubles team of Felix Cloutier/Kyle Leisses take second at sectionals to qualify for state.
Major League Baseball:
Arizona 4, Milwaukee 0
–Orlando Arica went 1 for 3 with a double in the loss for the Brewers. Diamondbacks starter Robbie Ray kept the Brewer bats silent, allowing just two hits in seven innings on the mound and striking out nine. Game two of the series is tonight, coverage starts at 6:35 on KFIZ.
Chicago Cubs 5, San Francisco 1
LA Dodgers 7, St. Louis 3
Pittsburgh 9, Atlanta 4
Houston 7, Detroit 6
Kansas City at NY Yankees (PPD)
Cincinnati at Cleveland (PPD)
Minor League Baseball:
Beloit 15, Wisconsin 2
–Wisconsin opens a weekend series at Clinton tonight.
The Badgers announced their season opener on Friday, September 1st, will kickoff at 8pm and be televised by ESPN. It’s the first Friday night contest for the Badgers since 2002, when they defeated Fresno State, and the 19th night game all-time in Camp Randall Stadium’s history.
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 5)
Cleveland 135, Boston 102
–LeBron James scored 35 points as the Cavs advanced to the NBA Finals for the third straight year. The Cavs will take on Golden State with game one slated for next Thursday.
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 7):
Pittsburgh 3, Ottawa 2 (2OT)
–Pittsburgh wins the series 4-3, will face Nashville in the Stanley Cup Finals.