Sports : Thursday, 4/13/17

High School Baseball:

Brookfield Academy 2, St. Mary’s Springs 1

St. Lawrence Seminary 8, North Fond du Lac 5

Waupun 8, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 0

High School Softball:

St. Mary’s Springs 12, Lake Country Lutheran 0

High School Baseball on KFIZ today as Fond du Lac hosts Neenah. Coverage starts at 4:25 this afternoon.

College Softball:

Marian 5, Lakeland 2 (Game 1)

Marian 6, Lakeland 2 (Game 2)



Milwaukee 2, Toronto 0

–Jonathan Villar went 2 for 4 at the plate with a home run as the Brewers swept the two game series with the Blue Jays in Toronto. Chase Anderson earned the win, going seven innings, allowing just three hits and striking out seven. Milwaukee opens a four game set at Cincinnati tonight, we will join coverage in progress following high school baseball on KFIZ.

National League:

LA Dodgers 2, Chicago Cubs 0

St. Louis 6, Washington 1

Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 2

American League:

Detroit 5, Minnesota 3

Chicago White Sox 2, Cleveland 1

Oakland 8, Kansas City 3

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Burlington 9, Wisconsin 1

–The Rattlers open a series on the road at Cedar Rapids tonight.

NBA: Boston 112, Milwaukee 94

–Michael Beasley and Spencer Hawes each scored 15 points on a night when the Bucks rested Giannis, Matthew Dellavedova and Tony Snell. With the win the Celtics wrapped up the #1 seed in the eastern conference for the upcoming playoffs. The Bucks finish the regular season with a 42-40 record and will play as the #6 seed in the Eastern Conference playoffs against the #3 seed Toronto Raptors. Game one of that series is Saturday afternoon, tipoff time at 4:30 pm.

College Hoops: Guard Jordan Hill is leaving the Wisconsin Men’s Basketball program after his junior season and plans to consider his options as a graduate transfer. Hill is scheduled to graduate in May. Coach Greg Gard announced Wednesday that Hill was granted his release from the Badgers. Hill averaged 1.5 points and 9.9 minutes per game this season, playing in 35 total games for Wisconsin. Hill says that leaving Wisconsin was one of the hardest decisions that he’s had to make in his life.