Sports – Friday, June 5th, 2015
Steph Curry scored 26 and
Klay Thompson 21 as
the NBA Finals. The Warriors outscored
the Cavs 10-2 in the extra frame. LeBron
James scored 44 points on 18 of 44 shooting.
Kyrie Irving had 22 before leaving in the overtime with an injured
knee. He will have an MRI. Game 2 is Sunday night in
The Brewers open up a three
game weekend series in
tonight. Kyle Lohse takes on Kyle
Gibson. Coverage begins at 6:35pm with
the 1st pitch set for 7:10pm on KFIZ.
Cubs 2 Nationals 1
Reds 6 Phillies 4
Cardinals 7 Dodgers 1
Local and state leaders held
a press conference to unveil a plan for a new arena in downtown
Thursday. The plan would cap public
money at half of the $500 million dollar project, plus interest. The Bucks would be responsible for the other
$250 million dollars plus any cost over runs. The deal must pass the Milwaukee
Common Council and Wisconsin State Legislature to get done.
American Pharoah looks to
make history and win the Triple Crown on Saturday at The Belmont Stakes. You’ll hear it on KFIZ. Coverage begins around 4:30pm after Brewers
Bo Van Pelt and Hideki
Matsuyama fired 8 under par 64s to take a two shot lead into the 2nd
round of the Memorial on the PGA Tour.
Steve Stricker is tied for 21st at -3.
to the 2nd round of the WIAA Division 1 Boys Tennis Tournament with
a win on Thursday afternoon. The boys
will play again today at 10:15am.
WIAA Sectional Softball
Lomira 2 Chilton 1
– 5:30pm on Friday
Division Two – Thursday, June
Division Three – Friday, June
Lomira vs. Poynette
Division 4 – Friday, June 12th,
Oakfield vs. Juda/Albany
WIAA Baseball Regionals
Division One – Regional
Watertown 8 Fond du Lac 3
Regional Finals – Today
Waupun @ Waupaca – 4:30pm
Chilton @ Freedom – 4:45pm
Mayville @ KML
Oakfield @ Johnson Creek –
WIAA Girls Soccer Regional
Germantown 3 Fond du Lac 0
Whitewater 8 North
WLA 2 Campbellsport 0
Hustisford 3 Mayville 2
Regional Final – Saturday
Valders @ New
The WIAA State Track &
Field Meet gets going today in LaCrosse.
All-Fox Valley Association on Golf.
Eliton Nielsen, Jack DuChateau Jack Nejedlo, and Michael Barbeau all get
Honorable Mention All-FVA nods.