Sports : Saturday, 6/17/17

ECAL Baseball:

Oconomowoc 2, Jackson 0

Jefferson 11, Allenton 3

Northwoods League (South):


Fond du Lac 5, Kenosha 2

–Cory Wills went 2 for 4 with a triple in the win for Fondy. The Dock Spiders host Lakeshore for a doubleheader tonight at Herr-Baker Field. Game one begins at 5:05 pm.


Green Bay 10, Madison 7


Battle Creek 3, Lakeshore 0


Wisconsin Rapids 7, Kalamazoo 0


Rockford at Wisconsin (Postponed – Rain)


Northwoods League (North):


St. Cloud 3, La Crosse 0


Duluth at Eau Claire (Postponed – Rain)


Major League Baseball:


National League:


Milwaukee 6, San Diego 5 (10 Innings)

–Eric Thames hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 10th to lift the Brewers over the Padres in game one of their three-game weekend series at Miller Park. The Brewers scored all of their runs in the game on home runs, as Travis Shaw, Keon Broxton and Manny Pina all left the park in addition to Thames. Game two is this afternoon, coverage begins at 2:35 pm on KFIZ.


Chicago Cubs 9, Pittsburgh 5


LA Dodgers 3, Cincinnati 1


American League:


Chicago White Sox 11, Toronto 4


Cleveland 8, Minnesota 1


Detroit 13, Tampa Bay 4




St. Louis 11, Baltimore 2


Minor League Baseball:


Midwest League:


Kane County 4, Wisconsin 1


NBA: The Bucks have named John Horst as their new General Manager. Horst has been with the organization since 2008, serving as their Director of Basketball Operations. He began his NBA front office career with Detroit in 2005. Horst replaces John Hammond who left Milwaukee to take the GM job in Orlando.


Golf: There’s a four-way tie atop the leaderboard at the midway point of the U.S. Open at Erin Hills. Paul Casey shot a 1-under 71 on Friday that leaves him at minus-7 through 36 holes. Brian Harman, Brooks Koepka and Tommy Fleetwood are also part of the tie at the top, each of fired a 2-under 70 in round 2.  First-round leader Rickie Fowler is one shot back and tied with Jamie Lovemark and J.B. Holmes.  Defending champion Dustin Johnson missed the cut, as did Rory McIlroy and Jason Day. It’s the first time since the Official World Golf Ranking began in 1986 that the world’s top three players missed the cut in a major.