Sports – Thursday, May 26th, 2016
The Brewers worked overtime
to earn a 3-2 win over the Braves on Wednesday night. Jonathan Villar singled home Aaron Hill in
the 13th to plate the winning run.
Michael Blazek picked up the win and Carlos Tores registered his first
save of the season. The series wraps up
tonight as Wily Peralta gets the start for
Coverage begins at 5:35pm on KFIZ.
Cubs 9 Cardinals 8
Pirates 5 D-Backs 4
Dodgers 3 Reds 1
D-League franchise for the Milwaukee Bucks.
Reports say the Bucks are looking for a city in
franchise. Windward Wealth Strategies is
the group hoping bring the franchise to the
If a deal can be struck a 3,500 seat arena would have to be built.
78 – Cavs lead series 3-2
Wisconsin Badger forward
Nigel Hayes announced on Wednesday that he would return to
determine if scouts thought he was NBA ready.
2 – Sharks win series 4-2
University Athletic Department has added men’s lacrosse as it’s 19th varsity
sport. The Sabre lacrosse team will begin play in the 2017-18 season.
Reid Mayberry, who was on the staff at
first head coach. Men’s lacrosse is expected to add 50 to 60 male student
athletes on the campus.
All-Conference, All-State track stand out, Marissa Wustrack, in her second
season of track at UW-Lacrosse, has qualified for the Div III National Track
championship this weekend in
Marissa Jumped 18′ 10″ in the long
jump to qualify and has jumped 38′ 2″ in the triple jump.
Bend West 8 Fond du Lac 1
5 KML 3
3 Mayville 1 (6)
@ Kewaskum – ppd to 4:30pm today
Joe’s 0 (5)
Horicon 14-10 in 7th when play was suspended
@ Valders – 4:30pm
@ Mayville – 5pm