Sports : Friday, 6/16/17

High School Baseball:


WIAA Division 3 State Championship Game:


Aquinas 10, Laconia 0

–The Spartans muster just three hits against Aquinas in the loss, earn the state runner up trophy in Division 3


Other Championship Games:


Division 4:


Athens 2, Independence/Gilmanton 0


Division 2:


West Salem 8, Waupun 6


Division 1:


Kimberly 4, Sun Prairie 2


Northwoods League (South):


Kenosha 5, Fond du Lac 4

–The Dock Spiders lose on a walkoff RBI double in the bottom of the ninth. The two teams face off again tonight, first pitch at 6:35 from Herr Baker Field.


Madison 16, Green Bay 0


Battle Creek 14, Lakeshore 6


Rockford 8, Wisconsin 3


Wisconsin Rapids 11, Kalamazoo 3


Northwoods League (North):


La Crosse 16, St. Cloud 4


Duluth 6, Eau Claire 4


Northwoods League News: The Fond du Lac Dock Spiders have had one of their own drafted in the MLB First Year Player Draft. Outfielder Joe Breaux was taken in the 36th round by the Philadelphia Phillies in this year’s draft. Breaux plays collegiately at McLennan Community College in Waco, Texas. So far this season, he’s hit .167 in seven games of action, with six hits and three runs scored. A total of 180 current Northwoods League players and alumni were selected in this year’s draft.


Major League Baseball:


National League:


Milwaukee 6, St. Louis 4

–A two run home run from Eric Thames in the ninth broke a 4-4 tie and helped the Brewers win their four game series with the Cardinals in St. Louis. Milwaukee opens a seven game homestand with the first of three games against San Diego for the weekend. Coverage begins at 6:35 tonight on KFIZ.


American League:


Chicago White Sox 5, Baltimore 2


Minnesota 6, Seattle 2


Detroit 5, Tampa Bay 3


Kansas City 7, LA Angels 2




Cleveland 12, LA Dodgers 5


Minor League Baseball:


Midwest League:


Burlington 6, Wisconsin 4 (Game 1)


Burlington 9, Wisconsin 4 (Game 2)


Golf: Rickie Fowler carries a one-stroke lead over Paul Casey and Xander Schauffele into the second round of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. Fowler had seven birdies and no bogeys in a 7-under 65 that ties the best opening-round in relation to par at a U.S. Open. Seventeen players shot 3 under or better, but defending champ Dustin Johnson carded a 75, Rory McIlroy fired a 78 and Jason Day had a pair of triple-bogeys in a 79.