Sports – Friday, May 9th, 2014

The Packers
added a play-maker to their secondary on Thursday night by taking Alabama safety Ha Ha
Clinton-Dix with the 21st overall pick in the 1st
round.  The 6’1, 208 pouinder had 7
interceptions and 10 passes defended in 38 games for the Crimson Tide.  Green
will have a 2nd round pick and a pair
of 3rd round picks tonight.


The Houston
Texans took South Carolina
defensive end Jadaveon Clowney with the first overall pick.  Auburn Tackle Greg Robinson went to the Rams
#2.  Jacksonville selected Central Florida QB
Blake Bortles with the 3rd pick. 
got Clemson WR Sammy Watkins #4.  The
Browns took Texas A&M QB Johnny Manziel at #22.   In the NFC North the Vikings took UCLA
linebacker Anthony Barr at #9 and then traded back into the first round to take
Louisville QB Teddy Bridgewater at #32. 
At #10 the Lions selected North
tight end Eric Ebron The Bears took Virginia
Tech CB Kyler Fuller at #14


The Brewers
welcome the New York Yankees to Miller
for an interleague
series for the first time in 9 seasons.  Milwaukee holds a four
game lead in the NL Central with a 22-13 record.  The Yanks are 2nd in the AL East
at 18-15.    Yovani Gallardo takes on
Masahiro Tanaka. Coverage begins at 6:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


NL Central

Cubs 12 White
Sox 5


Miami 94
Brooklyn 82 – Heat up 2-0

San Antonio 114 Portland 97 – Spurs up 2-0



Boston 1
Montreal 0 – OT – Series tied 2-2

Anaheim 3 LA 2 – Kings lead 2-1


Martin Kaymer’s
9-under par 63 gives him a 2 shot lead over Russell Henley at The Players
Championship.  As for the Wisconsin golfers; Steve Stricker was -1,  Jerry Kelly was +6, and Mark Wilson was +7


Girls Soccer

Oshkosh Lourdes
1 WLA 0

New Holstein 3 Cedar Grove-Belgium 0

Fondy-Oakfield 2 CWC 1 – Reilly Louko GW goal in 57th minute.

Mary’s Springs 1 KML 0



Fond du Lac 14 Kaukauna 9

WLA 10 North
Fond du Lac 6

Lomira 3 KML 2 –
Alex Brath GW RBI in 7th

Hustisford 4 St. Lawrence 1


Boys Tennis

Fond du Lac 5
Oshkosh West 2

Chilton 6 Waupun



WLA won the
Flyway Meet at Washington
.  The Vikings Chris Colla had a 35 to take meet
medalist honors. His teammate Eric Schroeder had a 37.  St. Mary’s
Springs Patrick Treichel and North Fondy’s Ben Mand had 40s.



Kaukauna 11 Fond
du Lac 0 – Caroline Wagner 1×2 for Fondy

Mary’s Springs 3 North Fond du Lac 2

Mayville 19 WLA

Oakfield 20 Oshkosh Lourdes

Laconia 8 KML 0 – Kayla Schwebke 16 Ks.


We’ve got high
school softball this afternoon on KFIZ as Fond
du Lac
plays host to Oshkosh North.  Coverage begins at 4:05pm with the Backyard
Grill Pregame Show.  The first pitch is
set for 4:30pm.  The game will stream at and you can listen on your mobile device via TuneIn Radio.