Sports – Friday, May 15th, 2015


The Brewers open up a 10 game
road trip in New York
tonight against the Mets.   Kyle Lohse
takes on Bartolo Colon in game 1 of the three game set. Coverage begins at
5:35pm with the first pitch set for 6:10pm on KFIZ.  After three games in New
, the Crew heads to Detroit and


NL Central

Cardinals 2 Indians 1

Phillies 4 Pirates 2

Cubs 6 Mets 5

Reds 4 Giants 3


The Cleveland Cavaliers
advanced to the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals with a 94-73 win at Chicago on Thursday
night.  LeBron James scored 15 points and
Tristan Thompson added 13 points and 17 rebounds.  The Cavs win the series 4 games to 2.   Reports say Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau will
be fired in he next few days.


The Houston Rockets have
forced a Game 7 in the Western Conference Semifinals with a 119-107 win in Los Angeles against the
Clippers.  The Rockets outscored LA 40-15
in the 4th quarter to steal the win. 
James Harden had 23 while Dwight Howard added 20 points and 21
rebounds.  Game 7 is Sunday in Houston.


There will be two more Game
6’s tonight in the NBA as the Hawks take a 3-2 series lead into their game at Washington.  The Warriors and Grizzlies also play tonight
in Game 6 of their Western Semifinal.


The NHL playoffs take tonight
off.  The Eastern Conference Finals get
going on Saturday as the New York Rangers host Tampa BayAnaheim will
host Chicago in
the Western Conference Finals opener on Sunday.  


NCAA DIII Regional Baseball

Coe College 5 Ripon 4


Boys Golf

Fond du Lac shot a 334 at Neenah Invite which was good for 3rd
place out of 13 teams.  Neenah won the event.  Kaukauna was 2nd.  Fondy was led by Jack Nejedlo had an 80 to
pace Fond du Lac.

Girls Soccer

Hustisford 3 North Fondy-Oakfield 1


Boys Tennis

Brookfield Central 5 Fond du
Lac 2 – Matt Schneider and Drew Jorgensen picked up wins for Fondy

Kewaskum 7 Waupun 0



Neenah 11 Fond du
1 – Rockets score 11 in 1st inning

Mayville 5 St.
Mary’s Springs 4

Lomira 4 Omro 0 – WP: Colten
Ketter 1 hit, 3 Ks

Laconia 13 North Fond du Lac



Kaukauna 7 Fond du Lac 1

Oakfield 26 Green
Lake/Princeton 1

Laconia 15 Omro 0 – Payton Kastenschmidt HR, 3 RBI

Laconia 13 Omro 0 – Kayla
Schwebke – no hitter w/ 14 Ks

St. Mary’s Springs 8 North Fond du Lac 5 –

St. Mary’s Springs 8 North Fond du Lac 4 – Kelli Schrauth
4×4, 4 RBI