Sports – Monday, August 17th, 2015

27-year-old Australian Jason
Day won the PGA Championship on Sunday at Whistling Straits.  Day finished the four day event at 20 under
par.  That is the 1st time a
player has ever finished 20 under par at a major championship.  Day’s final round 67 gave him a three shot
win over Jordan Spieth.  With a 2nd
place finish, Spieth passes Rory McIlroy to become the world’s #1 ranked
player.  Wisconsin
native Steve Stricker finished tied for 30th at -4.


Ryan Braun’s 5th
inning grand slam lifted the Brewers to a 6-1 win over the Phillies on Sunday
at Miller Park
The homer by Braun was his 251st career.  That ties Robin Yount for the team
record.  Taylor Jungmann struck out 9 in
six and a third innings to see his record improve to 7-4 on the season. The
Brewers open up a series with the Marlins tonight at Miller Park.
Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Pirates 8 Mets 1

White Sox 3 Cubs 1

Marlins 6 Cardinals 4

Dodgers 2 Reds 1


After taking Sunday off the
Packers will get back on the practice field today with a 12:15pm workout.  The Packers 2nd preseason game is
next Sunday at Pittsburgh  It’s a 12noon kickoff on KFIZ.


Cambridge, Wisconsin native
Matt Kenseth won for the 3rd time this NASCAR Sprint Cup race of the
season taking the checkered flag at Michigan.
Kevin Harvick was 2ndEau Claire native Paul
Menard was 12th


East Shore League

Forest won the 2nd half of the East Shore League baseball
season with a 9-5 win over Johnsburg on Sunday. 
Forest was 6-1 in the 2nd half
of the season and will not face 1st half winner Cleveland in a best
of 3 game series.  Game 1 is next Sunday
at 1pm in Cleveland.

Sunday’s Scores

Mt. Calvary 18 St. Cloud 9

Forest 9 Johnsburg 5

St. Peter 13 Marytown 9

Cleveland 12 Chilton 2