Sports – Thursday, September 18th, 2014

The St Louis
Cardinals blanked the Brewers 2-0 on Wednesday night.  Brewers starter Mike Fiers took a no-hitter
into the 6th before Adam Wainwright broke it up.  Wainwright also spoiled the Brewers day at
the plate, throwing the complete game seven hitter that included 7 K’s.  The Cardinals plated both of their runs in the
7th inning.  The loss leaves
the Brewers 5 games behind St. Louis
in the N.L. Central and 2.5 games behind the Pirates in the race for the final
Wild Card.  The Pirates have won 10 of
their last 12 after last night’s 9-1 win over Boston
The Cubs also beat the Reds 3-1 last night.   The Brewers and Cardinals wrap up their
series tonight as Kyle Lohse takes on Shelby Miller.  Coverage begins at 6:40pm on News-Talk 1450


The LA Angels
had already clinched a playoff spot, but last night secured the A.L. West with
a 5-0 win over Seattle


The Brewers
extended their minor league affiliations with Single A, Brevard
County and also Biloxi, Mississippi
in Double-A.  Huntsville,
the long time home to the Brewers Double-A squad was sold and is moving to Biloxi next season.  GM Doug Melvin also found out that Triple-A
affiliate Nashville will sign a deal with Oakland, leaving Milwaukee
without a top minor league affiliate.  Colorado Springs and Fresno
are the only two cities left searching for franchise to team with as of right


The Packers
travel to Detroit
on Sunday, in what will begin a run where they will play 3 NFC North foes in
just 12 days.  Right tackle Brian Bulaga
and safety Micah Hyde were both limited in practice on Wednesday, and it won’t
be decided until later in the week if they will play.  Mike McCarthy did say that linebacker Andy
Mulumba will miss the rest of the season with a knee injury.  Sunday’s game kicks off at Noon.  Coverage begins at 10am on News-Talk 1450


Week 3 of the
NFL season begins tonight as Atlanta hosts Tampa Bay


Heisman Trophy
winner Jamies Winston has been suspended for the first half of #1 Florida State’s game with Clemson on Saturday
after he stood on a table and made vulgar comments in a school commons area on


Women’s College

Marian 4 Elmhurst 2


The Fond du Lac football team
remains at #3 in this week’s High School Football Division One
Coaches Poll this week.  Kimberly remains
#1 and Germantown
#2.  This week’s foe, Neenah is ranked 8thSt. Mary’s
Springs holds steady at #2 behind Shiocton in Division Six.  Campbellsport is ranked 7th in
Division Four.


Fond du Lac and Neenah
will kickoff at 7pm on Friday night at Fruth Field.  Coverage begins at 5:30pm with the Tim Cruz
Agency American Family Insurance Kickoff Show. 
Jim Bond joins me for the play-by-play. 
St. Mary’s Springs heads to Lomira on
Friday as the Lions open up their new stadium. 
That kickoff is set for 7pm on K107.1 presented by BCI Burke Company.


High School
Football – Week 5


Valley Football
Association – South

Neenah @ Fond du Lac
– on KFIZ

SPASH @  Oshkosh

Hortonville @ Wisconsin Rapids

Oshkosh West @ Marshfield


Valley Football
Association – North

Wausau East @ Appleton East

DC Everest @ Appleton West

Kimberly @ Kaukauna

Appleton North @ Wausau West


Wisconsin Flyway

WLA @ Omro

St. Mary’s Springs @ Lomira – on K107.1

KML @ Laconia

Fond du Lac
@ Mayville



Kiel @ Kewaskum

Campbellsport @ Sheboygan Falls

New Holstein @ Plymouth

Two Rivers @ Waupun


Eastern Valley

Ripon @ Little Chute


Olympian-Packerland – Large

Brillion @ Chilton


8-Man Football

Gibralter @ Oakfield –
Saturday, 1pm