Sports – Tuesday, April 21st, 2015
Bulls took a 2-0 Eastern Conference playoff series lead over the Milwaukee
Bucks with a physical 91-82 win at the
on Monday night. Their were a total of
seven technical fouls called in the game including a pair of Zaza Pachulia who
got ejected. The Bulls’ Jimmy Butler
scored 14 of his game high 31 in the 4th quarter to help his team
overcome a 74-71 deficit early in the final frame. Khris Middleton led the Bucks with 22. Michael Carter-Williams had 12. Game 3 is Thursday night in
You’ll hear it on KFIZ.
State 97 New Orleans 87 – Warriors lead 2-0
lost their 6th in a row, falling to the Reds 6-1 on Monday
night. Zack Cozart hit a three run homer
and Joey Votto a 2-run blast off of Wily Peralta for the Reds. Ryan Braun hit a solo homer in the 9th
only run. The series continues
tonight as Mike Fiers takes on Jason
Marquis. Coverage begins at 6:40pm on
Lucroy left the game in the 7th inning after fouling a ball off of
his left foot. It turns out he broke his
big toe and was placed on the 15-day disabled list. Scooter Gennett also missed the game after
cutting open a finger in the shower after Sunday’s game in
Carlos Gomez is also on the DL with a hamstring injury.
Pirates 2 – Kris Bryant 3×4, 3 RBI
can officially move on from their NFC Championship Game collapse as they
officially began their 2015 offseason program on Monday.
NFL schedule will be released tonight.
– Rangers lead 2-1
Winnipeg 4 – OT – Ducks lead 3-0
Mary’s Springs boys golf team won the Flyway Meet at
Chris Colla won the event with a 39. The
Ledger’s Patrick Treichel had a 41.
men’s golf team finished 8th at the NACC Spring Tournament on
Monday. Brandon Wolf was Marian’s top
finished at 12th.