Sports : Tuesday, 4/25/17
Oshkosh West 10, Fond du Lac 3
Horicon 12, Lomira 3
Winnebago Lutheran 3, North Fond du Lac/Oakfield/Laconia United 0
Waupun 2, Kettle Moraine Lutheran 0
Central Wisconsin Christian 2, Living Word Lutheran 1
Eastern Wisconsin Conference Meet #3
–Chilton takes first with a 169. Chilton’s Alex Brandt finished in a tie for 3rd with a plus-four 40. New Holstein finished 7th with a 198.
Milwaukee 11, Cincinnati 7
–Eric Thames went 2 for 3 at the plate with two home runs and three RBI, Hernan Perez doubled and homered and drove in four runs as the Brewers ended their three game losing streak with a win over Cincinnati at Miller Park. Thames now has 10 home runs on the year. Game two is tonight. Pregame coverage starts at 6:05, first pitch 6:40 on KFIZ.
Chicago Cubs 14, Pittsburgh 3
Chicago White Sox 12, Kansas City 1
Minnesota 3, Texas 2
Kane County 5, Wisconsin 1
Toronto 118, Milwaukee 93
–Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 30 points, Malcom Brogdon 19 as Toronto took a 3-2 series lead on the Bucks with the win in game five. All five starters for the Raptors scored in double figures, led by Norman Powell who totaled 25 points, Kyle Lowry had 16 points and 10 rebounds. Game six is scheduled for Thursday in Milwaukee. The Raptors can close out the series with a win.
Atlanta 111, Washington 101
–Paul Millsap scored 19 points, Dennis Schroeder 18 as the Hawks evened their best of seven series with the Wizards at two games apiece. Bradley Beal had 32 points in the losing effort for Washington. Game five is Wednesday in Washington
Golden State 128, Portland 103
–Steph Curry totaled 37 points, Draymond Green added 21 as the Warriors completed the sweep in their first round series against the TrailBlazers in Portland. Damian Lillard scored 34 in the loss for Portland. Golden State will face the winner of the LA Clippers/Utah series in round two.
NASCAR: Jimmie Johnson picked up his second consecutive Monster Energy Cup win by taking the rain-delayed race at Bristol Motor Speedway on Monday. Johnson grabbed the lead for good with 20 laps to go and finished 1.2 seconds ahead of Clint Bowyer, Kevin Harvick was third, followed by Matt Kenseth, Joey Logano and pole-sitter Kyle Larson.