Sports – Friday, May 17th, 2013
Jonathan Lucroy’s RBI single in the first scored Jean Segura and that was it for the Brewers offense as they lose to the Pirates 7-1 last night in Pittsburgh. Hiram Burgos takes the loss giving up 3 runs in 5 innings. Alfredo Figaro gave up 4 runs in just one third of an inning in the 6th. Wily Peralta takes on Jamie Garcia as the Brewers open up a three game set in St. Louis tonight. Coverage begins at 6:40pm on KFIZ.
Mets 5 Cards 2
Reds 5 Miami 3
Spurs 94 Warriors 82 – Spurs win 4-2
Knicks 85 Pacers 75 – Indy leads 3-2
Boston 3 Rangers 2 – Bruins lead 1-0
LA 4 San Jose 3 – Kings lead 2-0
Tickle Commits Suicide
Wisconsin racing legend Dick Trickle committed suicide at a cemetery in North Carolina. The Wisconsin native dominated short tracks in Wisconsin and across the nation winning more than 1000 times and then became a cult hero when ESPN SportsCenter anchors took a liking to him in the late 80s. The Wisconsin Rapids native was 71.
GM1: Oshkosh West 5 Fond du Lac 0 – Fondy no hit in game 1
GM2: Oshkosh West 7 Fond du Lac 4 – MaKenna Mitchell 2×3, 3B, RBI
Campbellsport 11 North Fond du Lac 1 (5 in) – Katie Schumacher 3×4, 2 RBI
Laconia 6 Dodgeland 0 WP: Nikki Guell 2 H, 12 Ks, Nicole Stahmann 2×3, 2 RBI
St. Mary’s Springs 9 Oshkosh Lourdes 1
WLA 9 Lomira 4
New Holstein 9 Oostburg 4
Boys Golf – EWC Conference
Sheboygan Falls won the ECW Conference meet at Whispering Springs. Campbellsport was 2nd. New Holstein was 5th & Waupun was 7th. Logan Eisch had a 77 for C-Sport. George Lemmenes led Waupun with an 89.
Boys Golf – Flyway Conference
St. Mary’s Springs won the Flyway Conference Meet at Lawsonia. Nate Strigenz won the meet with a 75. WLA’s Chris Colla and St. Mary’s Springs Pat Treichel were tied for 2nd with 78s. Strigenz and Colla were co-players of the year.
Neenah 3 Fond du Lac 1 – Ashley Kleinmaus scored FDL goal.
WLA 3 Hustisford 2 – Shelby Zuelke 2 goals plus game winner
New Holstein 4 Waupun 0
KML 6 WLA 3 – Lucas Muche 2 hits for Vikings
Omro 6 North Fond du Lac 5 – Foxes score 3 in bottom of 7th
St. Mary’s Springs 5 Laconia 3
Ripon was eliminated from the NCAA Division III Regional with a 10-0 loss to Wartburg.