Sports : Monday, 6/26/17

Legion Baseball:


Fond du Lac Post 75 won the Sheboygan Tournament with a 9-5 win over Madison Impact in Sunday’s Championship Game. Fondy is now 11-0 on the year.


East Shore League Baseball:




St. Peter 3, Mount Calvary 2


Forest 11, St. Cloud 3


Johnsburg 3, Cleveland 2 (10 Innings)


Marytown 10, Chilton 6




Cleveland 11, Johnsburg 7


Forest 10, St. Cloud 9


Mount Calvary 6, St. Peter 5


Chilton 11, Marytown 1 (7 Innings)


Northwoods League:


Fond du Lac 7, Kenosha 3

–Brandon Wulff went 2 for 5 with two home runs and 5 RBI as the Dock Spiders rallied for a Sunday afternoon win over Kenosha at Herr Baker Field. The two teams will meet again tonight in Kenosha, first pitch is 7:05 pm.


Lakeshore 15, Green Bay 9


Madison 9, Wisconsin 2


Wisconsin Rapids 7, Kalamazoo 4


Battle Creek 4, Rockford 3


Northwoods League (North):


Duluth 4, Eau Claire 3 (Game 1)


Eau Claire 3, Duluth 2 (Game 2)


La Crosse 11, Bismarck 3


Major League Baseball:


National League:


Milwaukee 7, Atlanta 0

–Domingo Santana went 3 for 4 and Travis Shaw and Keon Broxton each hit home runs as the Brewers salvaged the final game of their series against the Braves on the road. Zach Davies earned the win on the mound, tossing seven innings of four hit baseball. The Brewers are off tonight, they open a three game series at Cincinnati Tuesday.


Miami 4, Chicago Cubs 2


St. Louis 8, Pittsburgh 4


Cincinnati 6, Washington 2


American League:


Oakland 5, Chicago White Sox 3


Minnesota 4, Cleveland 0


Toronto 8, Kansas City 2




Detroit 7, San Diego 5


Minor League Baseball:


Wisconsin 3, Kane County 2

–Jonathan Villar goes 1 for 3 with an RBI, Ryan Braun 0 for 3 with an RBI in their final rehab game with the Rattlers. Wisconsin welcomes Quad Cities to town for a four game series starting tonight.



Fred Couples rallied to win the American Family Insurance Open at University Ridge in Madison for his second Champions Tour title of the year. Couples shot a six-under 66 for a two stroke win over Scott Verplank. Tournament host Steve Stricker and Joe Durant tied for third.


Jordan Speith won the PGA Tour Traveler’s Championship after holing out a 60 foot birdie from the bunker on the first playoff hole to defeat Daniel Berger. Spieth closed with an even par-70 to match Berger after leading wire to wire at the tournament.


NASCAR: Kevin Harvick won at Sonoma Raceway, Clint Bowyer in second, Brad Keselowski was third.


Indycar: Scott Dixon won the IndyCar race at Road America in Elkhart Lake Sunday, edging second place Josef Newgarden by .57 seconds. Polesitter Helio Castroneves finished third.