Sports – Friday, June 10th, 2016
Both Oakfield and
for today’s WIAA State Semifinals today.
Rain delays last night has moved the start times today. Oakfield makes their 13th state
appearance today as they take on #1 ranked Thorp. That game’s start time has been moved back an
hour to about 12noon. This afternoon
defending Division 3 champion
will square off with Mishicot. There
game has been moved back just 30 minutes to a 4pm 1st pitch. You’ll hear both games on News-Talk 1450
Division One Quarterfinals
Stevens Point 8
Pulaski 8 DSHA 0
Union Grove 2
Northwestern/South Shore vs. Delavan-Darien
was suspended in the bottom of the 8th with no score and will resume
this morning in Waunakee. The other D2
and New Berlin West will be played this morning.
Lake Country Lutheran ended
the Winnebago Lutheran girls soccer season last night with a 2-0 win in the
Division Four Sectional Semifinal.
The Mets took down the
Brewers 5-2 in their series opener on Thursday night at
a solo homer to lead off the 1st and the Mets never trailed. Bartolo Colon gave up just one run and 8 hits
in seven innings of work to notch the win.
Scooter Gennett went 4×4 in the loss.
The series continues tonight.
Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.
The Brewers selected three
players during the 1st day of the Major League Baseball Amateur
Draft on Thursday. With the 5th
overall pick, they selected
outfielder Corey Ray. The
with 15 homers and 44 stolen bases this past season with the Cardinals. Some scouting services had him rated as the
best player in the draft. With the 46th
overall pick, the Crew took colligate 3B Lucas Erceg. With the 75th pick the Brewers
power hitting Puerto Rican catcher Mario Feliciano.
Cardinals 3 Reds 2
There will be a Game 6 of the
NHL’s Stanley Cup Finals after
up a 4-2 win at
on Thursday night. Plover, Wisconsin
native Joe Pavelski had a goal for the Sharks.
The Penguins still lead the best of seven series 3-2. Game 6 is Sunday night in
the NBA Finals. The Warriors lead the
best of seven series 2-1. The tip
tonight is set for 8pm.
off the pace after the 1st round of the St. Jude Classic on the PGA
over par 77.