Sports – Friday, May 8th, 2015

The Dodgers blew by the Brewers 14-4 on Thursday afternoon
to earn a series split at Miller
.  Yasmani Grandal went 4×4 with a pair of home
runs and 8 RBI to lead the Dodgers.  Mike
Fiers gave up five runs and five hits in five innings and gets hung with the
loss.  He struck out 8.  Adam Lind hit his 6th homer of the
season in the loss.  The Cubs come to Miller Park
for a three game weekend series.  Jimmy
Nelson faces Jason Hammel tonight in Game 1. 
Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Cardinals 5 Cubs 1

Pirates 7 Reds 2


Yankees 3rd baseman Alex Rodriguez hit his 661st
career home run in a 4-3 win over the Orioles. 
That moves him past Willie Mays for 4th on the career home
run list.


The Packer draft picks and other off season free agents get
their first taste of the NFL this weekend as the team holds their Rookie
Orientation Camp today and Saturday.  The
full squad Organized Team Activities begin on May 28th


NHL Playoffs

Montreal 6 Tampa Bay
2 – Lighting lead series 3-1

Chicago 4 Minnesota 3 – Blackhawks in series 4-0


Hideki Matsuyama, David Hearn, Charley Hoffman, and Kevin Na
all fired five-under par 65s to share the 1st round lead at The
Players Championship. 20 other golfers are within 2 shots of the lead,
including Madison’s
Steve Stricker who is at -3.


Benedictine scored four times in the 1st inning
and never looked back, knocking off the Marian baseball team 13-7 in the 1st
round of the NACC Tournament in Mequon
on Thursday afternoon.  The Sabres will
play Aurora in
an elimination game this morning at 10am. 
It they win, they play again at 4pm.


The Sabres had
seven players on the All-NACC Baseball Team. 
Tony Grannis, TJ McCoy, Adam Ryan, Bryce Taylor and Earl Vorpagel earned
First Team All-NACC honors. Tanner Biwer and Jordan DeBoer garnered Second Team
All-NACC accolades.  Head coach Jason
Bartelt was named the NACC Coach of the Year.


The Big Ten has set the kickoff time for the Badgers
non-conference football game at Camp Randall against Hawaii on September 26th at 7pm.



Oshkosh West 2 Fond du Lac 1

St. Mary’s Springs 10
Brookfield Academy 0

WLA 3 Laconia 0 – Lincoln Schroeder 2 run double

Lomira 7 Mayville 3 – Colten Ketter 7 Ks



Neenah 15 Fond du Lac 6

St. Mary’s Springs 9 Lomira

WLA 8 Omro 1 – Cassidy Williams 3×4, 3 RBI

3 Mayville 0

North Fond du Lac 10 KML 8 – Holli Jaeger 2×3, 2 RBI

Campbellsport 13 Shebygan
2 – Zoe Albert
picked up win

Girls Soccer

North Fondy-Oakfield 4 CWC 1 – Reilly Louko 4 goals

Oshkosh Lourdes 3 WLA 1


Boys Tennis

Fond du Lac 7 Appleton East 0

St. Lawrence 5 St. Mary’s
Springs 2

Waupun 4 Chilton 3