Sports – Thursday, April 23rd, 2015
tonight in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference 1st round playoff
series. The Bulls lead the best of seven
event 2-0. Coverage begins at 6:40pm
with the tip set for 7pm.
Brooklyn 91 – Hawks lead 2-0
82 – Grizzlies lead 2-0
outing from Brewers starter Jimmy Nelson was spoiled last night in a 2-1 loss
to the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night.
Nelson gave up just 1 run and 3 hits in 8 innings of work against Johnny
Cueto who also gave up just 1 run and five hits through 8. The Reds scored the game winner in the 9th
when Bobby Hamilton scored on a wild pitch thrown by Francisco Rodriguez. Aroldis Chapman picked up the save with a
scoreless bottom of the 9th.
The Brewers look to avoid the four game sweep this afternoon as Kyle
Lohse takes on Homer Bailey. Coverage begins at 12:05pm with the 1st
pitch set for 12:40pm on KFIZ.
0 – Canadians lead 3-1
2 Pittsburgh 1 – OT – Rangers lead 3-1
1 – Series tied 2-2
2 – Ducks win series 4-0
Draft gets going one week from tonight.
The Packers have the 30th pick in the 1st
round. GM Ted Thompson talked to the
median on Wednesday and held firm on his philosophy that he will draft the best
player on the board rather than the needs of the team.
The Marian baseball team hosts
The Sabres are currently tied on top of the NACC Standings with Concordia,
Chicago with an 11-3 mark. Tonight’s first pitch is set for 7pm at
boys golf team finished 9th out of 25 teams at a cold and windy
Irish Course at Whistling Straits on Wednesday night. Marcus Ruch led the Cardinals with an
85. Elliot Nielsen had an 87. Green Bay Notre Dame won the meet.
Stoutmen high school boys rugby team defeated the Little Chute Black Knights on
Wednesday evening at the UW-FDL Rugby Fields by a score of 37-0. The
Stoutmen took an early lead as Jake Hawley set up William Boyrington for his
first of several tries on the day. Despite many first-half penalties, the
Stoutmen managed to go into halftime with a 15-0 lead on two more tries scored
by William Boyrington. Little Chute came out strong in the second half
until the 42nd minute where Boyrington scored his fourth try. The
Stoutmen finished strong with scores by Jonah Dietenberger, Griffin Brunet,
Casey Ruplinger and Kodee Becker. The (2-0) Stoutmen will travel to
the (2-0) Mighty Pigs on Monday, April 27 at 5:30 at