Sports : Saturday, 5/20/17
High School Baseball:
Ripon 19, Laconia 6
Oshkosh West 3, Waupun 1
High School Softball:
Fond du Lac 5, Neenah 3
Mayville 17, North Fond du Lac 7
Campbellsport 10, Berlin 2 (Game 1)
Campbellsport 12, Berlin 0 (Game 2)
Fond du Lac 3, Winnebago Lutheran 1
North Fond du Lac/Oakfield/Laconia 7, Lomira 3
Fond du Lac placed 3rd at the FVA Conference Meet. The Cardinals shoot a 339 as a team, with Seb Hoban shooting an 83 individually to lead Fondy. Elliott Nielsen shot an 84, Sam Nielsen an 85, Kyle Kahl an 87. Elliott Nielsen was named 1st team all-conference.
St. Mary’s Springs won the Flyway Conference Championship at Rolling Meadows Golf Course in Fond du Lac on Friday, shooting a 333 as a team. Individually, Owen Ahern earned medalist honors by shooting a 78. Colin Ahern placed 2nd with an 83, Dawson Sarauer tied for 3rd place with an 85. Doyle Kelley placed 6th with a 90.
Mayville placed 2nd as a team with a 379.
Winnebago Lutheran placed 3rd as a team with a 382. – Hunter Gardner and Mason Herkstroeter each finished tied for 8th individually with a 94.
Lomira placed 4th as a team with a 440, Omro placed 5th with a 450, Laconia place 6th with a 494.
Fond du Lac ties for second place at the Fox Valley Association Tournament at Kimberly HS. The Cardinals also tie for second in the final conference standings of the year.
NCAA Division 3 Super Regionals:
Trine University 7, UW-Oshkosh 6
–The Titans need to win two games today to advance to the College World Series, a loss ends their season.
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 6, Chicago Cubs 3
–Jett Bandy went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI as the Brewers scored twice in the 5th and 6th innings to hold off the Cubs at rainy Wrigley Field in Chicago. Game two of the series is today, first pitch at 1:20 pm, we will join coverage in progress after High School Baseball on KFIZ.
San Francisco 6, St. Louis 5
Philadelphia 7, Pittsburgh 2
Colorado 12, Cincinnati 6
Minnesota 4, Kansas City 3 (10 Innings)
Texas 5, Detroit 3
Cleveland 5, Houston 3
Minor League Baseball:
Wisconsin 9, Cedar Rapids 2
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 2):
Cleveland 130, Boston 86
–Cleveland leads the series 2-0
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 4):
Pittsburgh 3, Ottawa 2
–Series is tied 2-2