Sports – Friday, May 30th, 2014

The Brewers open
up a three game weekend series with the Cubs at Miller Park
tonight.   Marco Estrada takes on Travis
Wood tonight.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm
with the first pitch at 7:10pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


NL Central

SF 6 Cardinals 5

Dbacks 4 Reds 0

Pit 6 Dodgers 3


NBA Playoffs

The Spurs routed
the Thunders 117-89 to take a 3 games to 2 lead in the NBA’s Western Conference
Finals.  Tim Duncan had 22 points and 12
rebounds.  It’s Game 6 of the Eastern
Conference Finals tonight as Miami hosts Indiana.  The Heat lead the best of seven series


The Milwaukee
Bucks will play a regular season game in London
next season.  The NBA announced the Bucks
will play the New York Knicks in London
on January 15th.  The Houston
Rockets will also play Minnesota in November
in Mexico City.  The NBA will also play preseason games in Brazil, Germany,
China, and Turkey.


It looks like
the LA Clippers will be sold to former Microsoft chief executive officer Steve
Ballmer for a record $2 billion dollars. Reports say that the trust for Donald
Sterling had the papers for the sales signed by his wife late last night. 



The New York
Rangers are back in the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time since 1994 after
picking up a 1-0 win over Montreal
on Thursday.  The Rangers win the series
4-2. The Los Angeles Kings have another opportunity to win the Western
Conference as they host Chicago
tonight on the ice.  The Kings lead the
best of seven series 3-2.


WIAA Softball

Regional Final

Division Two

Waupun 4 Plymouth

Grafton 4 Mayville 3


Sectional Semifinal – Tuesday

Waupun vs. Grafton @ Mayville


Division Three

WLA 8 St. Mary’s Springs 4

Laconia 2 Markesan 0

Horicon 7 Lomira 4


Sectional Semifinal – Tuesday

WLA vs. Mishicot @ New Holstein – 5pm

Laconia vs. Shiocton @
Markesan – 4pm


Division Four

Oakfield 4 Oshkosh Lourdes 0


Fond du Lac’s Kenan Saleh
earned a trip to the WIAA State Tennis Tournament with a 4th place
finish at the Neenah Sectional on Thursday in #1 singles.  Felix Cloutier and Matt Tentler finished 2nd
at #3 and #4 singles to fall just short of a state bid.  The doubles team of Stuart Nett and Matt
Riley got upset in their first round match in #1 doubles.  They could still get one of 8 at large spots
awarded by WIAA. Those will be announced by Saturday.



Appleton West 3 Fond du Lac 2 – 8 innings

North Fond du Lac 9 Lomira 1


Girls Soccer

Fond du Lac 2 WLA 0

Campbellsport 2 Waupun 0

New Holstein 4 Kewaskum 1


The WIAA Track and Field post season continues with Sectional action
across the state today.