Sports – Monday, June 1st, 2015

Martin Maldonado’s solo home
run in the bottom of the 17th inning gave the Brewers a 7-6 win over
the Arizona Diamondbacks on Sunday at Miller Park.  Matt Garza threw five innings of scoreless
relief to pick up the win.  Milwaukee snaps a seven
game losing skid and also avoids a winless home-stand with the win.  The Crew opens up a three game series tonight
in St. Louis.  With Matt Garza throwing yesterday the Crew
will have to shuffle their rotation to find a starter for tonight.  Coverage begins at 6:40pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Reds 8 Nationals 2

Cardinals 3 Dodgers 1

Cubs 2 Royals 1

Padres 7 Pirates 1


Australian Steven Bowditch
was the wire to wire winner at the Byron Nelson Classic on the PGA Tour.  His four round total of -18 was good for a
four shot victory.   Madison native Jerry Kelly tied for 30th,
11 shots off the pace.


Jimmie Johnson won the NASCAR
Sprint Cup race at Dover
on Sunday.  Johnson becomes just the 5th
driver in NASCAR history to win 10 times at a single track.  Kevin Harvick was 2nd.  Eau
native Paul Menard was 8thCambridge
native Matt Kenseth was 39th.


Both the NBA and NHL are
waiting to start their championship series. 
The Stanley Cup Finals will get underway on Wednesday when Tampa Bay
hosts Chicago.  The NBA Finals will get going on Thursday
when Golden State
hosts Cleveland.


Former Green Bay Packer
Donald Driver visited Fond du Lac’s Riverside Elementary School
on Friday as part of Children’s Hospital
of Wisconsin
’s Driven To
Better Health Event.  Driver told KFIZ after
the event that he’s excited that Brett Favre and Packers fans are mending
fences and Favre is going into the team Hall of Fame this summer.  The Packers legend also said that he’d love
to do a Dancing with the Stars All-Star Show and he’s been offered numerous TV
projects including The Apprentice and Celebrity Wife Swap.


East Shore League

Marytown 9 Mt Calvary 8

Cleveland 16 St. Cloud

Forest 11 Chilton 4

Johnsburg 17 St. Peter 6