Sports – Thursday, May 22nd, 2014

Mark Reynolds
first inning grand slam and a two run blast by Carlos Gomez in the 4th
was all Milwaukee needed in a 6-1 win over the
Braves on Wednesday night in Atlanta.  Kyle Lohse went 8 strong innings, striking
out 8, giving up 4 hits and 1 run to notch the win.  Ervin Santana took the loss for the
Braves.  The series wraps up tonight as
Matt Garza takes on Aaron Harang. 
Coverage begins at 5:35pm with the first pitch at 6:10pm on KFIZ.


Yovani Gallardo
may have to miss a start because of a sore ankle.  He had to leave Tuesday’s loss to Atlanta when he twisted
his ankle jumping for a chopper up the middle.


NL Central

St. Louis 3 Arizona

Pittsburgh 9 Baltimore

Yankees 4 Cubs 2

Reds 2 Nationals


NBA Playoffs

Conference Finals

San Antonio 112
Oklahoma City 77 – Spurs lead 2-0


NHL Playoffs

Conference Finals

Los Angeles 6 Chicago
2 – Series tied 1-1


44 time NASCAR
cup winner Bill Elliot leads a class of five heading into the NASCAR Hall of
Fame.   Elliot will be joined by t
wo-time series champ
Joe Weatherly, 1960 champion Rex White and 26-time race winner Fred
Lorenzen.  Wendall Scott also is getting
in this year.  He was the first
African-American driver to race full-time on the cup circuit.  He won one time in 495 starts from 1961 to


Boys Golf

Sheboygan Falls successfully defended its Eastern Wisconsin
Conference boys golf title beating Campbellsport by 12 strokes in Wednesday’s
18-hole EWC Championships on the Whispering Springs Golf Club course in Fond du Lac.  Campbellsport’s Jack Adams was 2nd
with a 78.



Fond du Lac 8 Menasha 2 – Andra
O’Brien 7 K’s



Winnebago Lutheran clinched the Flyway Conference baseball championship
by sweeping a doubleheader from Laconia
on Wednesday afternoon. The Viking won 4-0 and 11-3.