Sports – Friday, May 1st, 2015

The Packers
drafted Arizona State defensive back Damarious Randall
with the 30th overall pick in the 1st round of the NFL
Draft.   Randall was considered the best
cover safety in the draft and GM Ted Thompson expects him to play cornerback
with the Packers.   Tampa Bay
took Florida State QB Jamies Winston with the first pick.  Tennessee
snatched up Oregon QB Marcus Mariota with the 2nd pick.  Badger running back Melvin Gordon went #15 to
San Diego.  The Bears took West Virginia WR Kevin White
at #7.  The Vikings selected Michigan State corner Trae Waynes at #11.  Waynes
was Melvin Gordon’s high school teammate at Kenosha Bradford.  At 28, the Detroit Lions selected Duke guard
Laken Tomlinson.  Rounds 2 and 3 are


It was over
early for the Bucks last night as they get embarrassed by the Chicago Bulls
120-66 in Game 6 of their 1st round Eastern Conference playoff
series.  No Buck scored in double figures
in the ugliest playoff loss in team history. 
Giannis Antentokounmpo got ejected in the 2nd quarter for
tackling Mike Dunleavy in retaliation for a few physical plays by veteran sharp
shooter.  Dunleavy led the Bulls with 20
points.  Chicago
wins the series 4-2 and will face Cleveland
in the Eastern Conference Semifinals.



LA Clippers
102 San Antonio 96 – series tied 3-3


The Brewers
and Cubs open up a three game weekend series this afternoon at Wrigley
Field.  Wily Peralta takes on Jon Lester
today. Coverage begins at 12:45pm with the first pitch set for 1:20pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

St. Louis 9 Philadelphia


NHL Playoffs

Washington 2 NY Rangers 1 – Capitals lead 1-0

Anaheim 6
Calgary 1 – Ducks lead 1-0



Fond du Lac
10 Appleton West 1 – Matt Ryan 3×3, 2 RBI

St. Mary’s
Springs 12 Laconia 6

Lomira 4
KML 3 – Coliln Sabel 2×4, 2 2Bs

WLA 17
North Fond du Lac 2 – Zach Rhodes 3×3



– Becky Pruss WP

Laconia 10 St. Mary’s Springs 0 – Payton Kastenschmidt
4×4, HR, 7 RBI

15 Kiel 0 – Zoe
Albert 9 Ks

North Fond du Lac 6 Omro 2

North Fond du Lac 13 Omro 7

Mayville 1
Lomira 0 – Libby Schellpfeffer
11 Ks



St. Mary’s
Springs won the Flyway mini-meet hosted by Kettle Moraine Lutheran.  KML was 2nd, and WLA 3rd.  The Ledgers Brady Sarauer was the meet
medalist with a 37.  WLA’s Chris Colla
had a 38.



Fond du Lac
3 Oshkosh West 3

Hustisford 1 – Cassie Gliszinski had Viking goal

Lomira 2 North Fondy-Oakfield 1


Boys Tennis

Neenah 6
Fond du Lac 1

Howard’s Grove 6, Waupun 1 



The Fond du Lac
girl’s track team won 10 of 18 events at the county meet tonight.

100 Meter Dash – Nicole Lord 13.87seconds

200 Meter Dash – Toni Winkler 28.51seconds (not
emily ziegler – toni ran in her place)

1600 Meter Run – Annie Moore 5:22.63

3200 Meter Run – Megan Buechel 12:50.64

4 x 400 Meter Relay – Nicole Gietzel – Nicole
Lord – Jeannie Bestor – Ally Gietzel 4:20.16

4 x 800 Meter Relay – Ally Gietzel – Megan
Buechel – Jeannie Bestor – Annie Moore 10:02.41

Shot Put – Carisma Anderson 36’2″

Pole Vault – Sloan Schmitz 8’0″

Long Jump – Nicole Lord 16’1.75″

Triple Jump – Nicole Gietzel 32’6″


Last night, the Orioles hosted the Fond du Lac County
Track Meet. All divisions are welcome to this meet and it is usually a showcase
of the best in the county. There are no scores kept, but the coaches vote on
meet MVP’s. Peter Andrew from Fondy High was chosen due to his winning both
shot and discus. Anja Smith from Saint Mary’s Springs was selected mainly due
to her winning the 100m hurdles and the 300m hurdles. Full event results are


As for the Orioles, they had a very successful
night. 23 personal records were recorded again for the team: Faith Peebles
(1600m), Jared Bavers (1600m and 3200m), the girls 4x200m relay team (Erica
Schwartz, Ashley Boeck, Megan Zagar, Frannie Sokolik), the boys 4x200m relay
(Drew Patel, Odin Nett, Jordan Ives, Jacob Michels), Brooke Mathes (400m, 800m,
and triple jump), Connor Krupp (400m), the girls 4x100m relay (Erica Schwartz,
Ashley Boeck, Leah Forsythe, Frannie Sokolik), the boys 4x100m relay (Drew Patel,
Caleb Catt, Jordan Ives, Jacob Michels), Megan Zagar (300m hurdles), Darryl
Brock (800m), LEah Forsythe (3200m), the girls 4x400m relay (Megan Zagar,
Nicole Krueger, Leah Forsythe, Faith Peebles), Caleb Catt (shot), Michael
Misorski (shot and disc)), Dakota Wesenberg (discus), Erica Schwartz (long
jump), Jacob Michels (long jump), David Beenken (triple jump), and Josh
Stephani (triple jump). Ben Geise tied his 110m hurdles to the exact hundredth
of a second.


Second place finishes:

Frannie Sokolik: 100m

The girls 4x200m relay (Erica Schwartz, Ashley
Boeck, Megan Zagar, Frannie Sokolik)


Third place finishes:

Leah Forsythe: 3200