Sports : Tuesday, 5/9/17

High School Baseball:

Fond du Lac 2, De Pere 1

–The Cardinals host Hortonville this afternoon. Hear the game on KFIZ starting at 4:25.

Winnebago Lutheran 12, Omro 1

Oakfield 7, Randolph 6

High School Softball:

Fond du Lac 7, Appleton West 3

Brillion 6, Winnebago Lutheran 1

Lomira 12, Omro 4

Oakfield 16, Randolph 0

Girls Soccer:

North Fond du Lac/Oakfield/Laconia 3, Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian 1

Adams-Friendship 6, Central Wisconsin Christian 1

Track & Field:

The Fond du Lac Boys place 3rd at the FVA Relays at Hortonville, the Cardinal girls place 5th.

Boys Goif:

Neenah 164, Fond du Lac 167. Elliott Nielsen shoots a 39 to tie for medalist honors in the FVA Dual Meet.

St. Mary’s Springs wins the Flyway Conference Mini Meet at South Hills. The Ledgers shoot a 150 as a team, with Doyle Kelly earning meet medalist honors with a one-under 34. Colin Ahern shot a 37, Owen Ahern a 38, Ben Hintze a 41, Dawson Sarauer a 44.

Winnebago Lutheran placed 2nd with a 175, Mayville 3rd (190), Omro 4th (224), Lomira 5th (227), North Fond du Lac 6th (243).

Chilton places second at the Eastern Wisconsin Conference Meet #6. The Tigers shoot a 176 to place behind Sheboygan Falls, who shot a 170. New Holstein placed 7th as a team with a 207. Chilton’s Alex Brandt took first individually, shooting a one-over 37. Cameron Owens placed fourth with a plus-four 40.

Major League Baseball:

National League:

St. Louis 9, Miami 4

LA Dodgers 12, Pittsburgh 1

Chicago Cubs at Colorado (Postponed)

American League:

Kansas City 7, Tampa Bay 3

Toronto 4, Cleveland 2


NY Yankees 10, Cincinnati 4

The Brewers are back in action tonight, they open a three-game interleague series against the Boston Red Sox at Miller Park. Coverage begins following High School Baseball on KFIZ. First pitch is 6:40 pm.

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 2, Fort Wayne 0

NFL: The Packers signed five rookie free agents on Monday, all of which took part in their rookie minicamp over the weekend. Among the signees are linebacker Josh Letuligasenoa (le-TU-lee-yah-se-NO-uh) from Cal Poly, cornerback Raysean Pringle from Southern Utah, running back William Stanback from Virginia Union, Linebacker David Talley from Grand Valley State and safety Aaron Taylor from Ball State. The team also released receiver Antwan Godley and long snapper Taybor Pepper.


Golden State 121, Utah 95

–Steph Curry scored 30 points, Klay Thompson added 21 as Golden State swept Utah to advance to the Western Conference Finals. The Warriors await the winner of the San Antonio/Houston series which is tied at two games apiece.