Sports : Sunday, 9/10/17
Sheboygan North Tournament:
Winnebago Lutheran 4, Sheboygan South 0
Winnebago Lutheran 0, Wauwatosa West 0
Wausau West Invite:
North Fond du Lac United 7, Merrill 0
North Fond du Lac United 4, Mosinee 2
Catholic Memorial 5, Waupun 2
Waupun 9, Milwaukee Audubon 2
Kohler 1, St. Lawrence Seminary 0
Fond du Lac went 5-0 at their home invitational on Saturday. The Cardinals earned wins over Denmark, Grafton, Manitowoc Lincoln, Menasha and Oshkosh North. Lauren Wendt had 29 kills, Emily Thompson 94 assists and nine aces for the Cardinals.
St. Mary’s Springs took second place at the Shiocton Tournament. The Ledgers defeated Shiocton, Waupaca and Bonduel and lost to Southern Door. Emily Mueller had 42 kills for Springs, Virginia Arndt had 53 assists and five aces.
Central Wisconsin Christian won the Wautoma tournament on Saturday. The Crusaders defeated Winnebago Lutheran, Brillion, Wautoma and Brillion again to claim the title. Makayla De Young had 44 kills for CWC for the tournament and surpassed 1,000 kills for her career.
Winnebago Lutheran went 2-2 at the Wautoma Tournament. The Vikings lost to Brillion and Central Wisconsin Christian and defeated Wild Rose and Montello.
Laconia placed third at the Dodgeland Tournament with wins over Pardeeville (2-0), Eastbrooke Academy (2-0) and Poynette (2-0). The Spartans then lost to Dodgeland in the semifinals (25-19 & 25-20).
The Fond du Lac Boys placed seventh at the Matt Hadler Invite in Menomonee Falls. Kiernan Koepke placed 5th individually with a time of 16:26. The Fond du Lac Girls placed seventh at the same invite, Liz Ziegler placed 8th individually with a time of 19:53.
Men’s College Soccer:
Albion (MI) 1, Marian 0
Men’s College Golf:
Marian finished 16th at the Tim Kopka Invite with a team score of a 317. Jake Sherwood led the Sabres with a second round score of a 77, to finish in a tie for 24th with a 153.
#9 Wisconsin 31, Florida Atlantic 14
–Jonathan Taylor ran for 223 yards and three touchdowns as the Badgers defeated the Owls at Camp Randall Stadium to move to 2-0 on the year. Wisconsin travels to BYU next Saturday, kickoff is 2:30 pm.
Iowa 44, Iowa State 41 (OT)
Illinois 20, Western Kentucky 7
Duke 41, Northwestern 17
Minnesota 48, Oregon State 14
Oregon 42, Nebraska 35
#5 Oklahoma 31, #2 Ohio State 16
#4 Penn State 33, Pittsburgh 14
–Fond du Lac’s Robert Windsor had a sack and a forced fumble in the win for Penn State
#8 Michigan 36, Cincinnati 14
Maryland 63, Towson 17
Indiana 34, Virginia 17
Michigan State 28, Western Michigan 14
Eastern Michigan 16, Rutgers 13
UW-Oshkosh 74, Virginia University – Lynchburg 7
Concordia-Moorhead (MN) 25, UW-Whitewater 17
–The Warhawks are 0-2 for the first time since 1999
UW-La Crosse 45, Ripon College 14
UW-Stevens Point 33, Albion (MI) 19
UW-Stout 25, St. Thomas (MN) 22
UW-Eau Claire 34, Wisconsin Lutheran 20
UW-River Falls 20, Gustavus Adolphus (MN) 12
Benedictine 29. St. Norbert 7
Knox College 35, Beloit 17
Lawrence 27, Finlandia 22
Major League Baseball:
Milwaukee 15, Chicago Cubs 2
–The Brewers used an eight-run third inning to help them blow out the Cubs at Wrigley Field on Saturday afternoon. The final game of the series is this afternoon, first pitch at 1:20 pm.
St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3
NY Mets 6, Cincinnati 1
Kansas City 5, Minnesota 2
Toronto 5, Detroit 4
Cleveland 4, Baltimore 2
Chicago White Sox 13, San Francisco 1