Sports – Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

The Bucks
are still alive in the NBA Playoffs after a 94-88 win in Chicago on Monday night.  Michael Carter-Williams had 22 and Khris
Middleton 21 in the win.  Pau Gasol had
25 points and 10 rebounds for Chicago.  Jimmy Butler had 20.  Chicago leads
the best of seven series 3-2 as they head back to Milwaukee for Game 6 on Thursday night.  You’ll hear it on KFIZ.



120 Atlanta 115
– Series tied 1-1

Portland 99 Memphis
92 – Grizzlies lead 3-1


The Brewers
were thumped by the Reds 9-6 on Monday night in Cincinnati
Jimmy Nelson gave up 7 runs on six hits in just two and a third innings
of work to take the loss.  Jason Marquis
gave up two runs in 8 innings to pick up the win.  The Brewers scored 4 runs in the 9th
to make the score look closer than the game was.  Game 2 of the series is tonight as Kyle Lohse
takes on Johnny Cueto.  Coverage begins
at 5:35pm with the first pitch set for 6:10pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Cubs 4
Pirates 3

Phillies 4
Cardinals 1


We knew the
Packers would honor Brett Favre against the Bears on Thanksgiving night next
November at Lambeau Field.  We found out
on Monday that the team will honor Ron Wolf by putting his name in the Ring of
Honor at Lambeau against Detroit
on November 15th.  The former
Packers GM will be enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame this summer in Canton, Ohio.



Tampa Bay 5 Detroit
2 – Series tied 3-3

Washington 2 NY Islanders 1 – Capitals win
series 4-3


College Baseball

The Marian
baseball team has won 11 straight NACC games after sweeping Benedictine 16-1,
and  9-5 on Monday in the Chicago area.   Marian
and Concordia, Chicago are tied on top of the NACC standings with 15-3 records.
 The Sabres host Bethel today in a double header that gets
going at 11am.


College Softball

The Marian softball team swept a double header from MSOE on Monday winning 17-8 and 9-7.  The Sabres finish the season on a five game win streak.  Their year ends at 14-24.


Mishicot 10
St. Lawrence 0


Boys Tennis

Fond du Lac
6 Oshkosh West 1

No. 1 — Neel Raut, WEST HIGH, def. Matt Schneider,
6-0, 6-3; No. 2 — Felix Cloutier, FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL, def. Danny
Colantonio, 6-1, 6-0; No. 3 — Matt Tentler, FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL, def. Brian
Rucinski, 6-2, 6-2; No. 4 — Drew Jorgensen, FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL, def. Matt
Jorgensen, 6-0, 6-0; 

No. 1 — Matt Riley-Kenan Saleh, FOND DU LAC HIGH
SCHOOL, def. Chris Lightner-Justin Xie, 6-0, 6-2; No. 2 — Ethan Pieper-Moosa
Syed, FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL, def. Ismael Jaffri-Jacob Landgraf, 6-1, 6-0; No.
3 — Zack Zhou-Jason Wang, FOND DU LAC HIGH SCHOOL, def. Tim Fitzpatrick-Caleb
Schultz, 6-1, 7-5;



WLA 1 Fox Valley
Lutheran 0 – Shelby Zuehlke



St. Mary’s
Springs won the Flyway golf meet at South Hills on Monday.  WLA’s Chris Colla won the event with a
37.  The Ledgers Brady Sarauer had a 38
and Colin Ahern a 39. 


Waupun was
3rd, Campbellsport 5th, and New Holstein 6th
at the ECW golf meet at Quit Qui Oc on Monday. 
Sheboygan Falls won the meet.


School Rugby

Fond du Lac Stoutmen high school boys rugby team
suffered their first loss of the season Monday evening to the Oshkosh Pigs by a
score of 22-5 at Winnebago County Park
in Oshkosh.
struck first on a penalty kick for 3 points. Fond du Lac responded with a great
drive that extended across the goal line, but the ball was knocked loose
in-goal, preventing the score.Oshkosh came back with two tries in the next six
minutes to take a13-0 lead at the half, then added another penalty kick at
the start of the second half.  Fond du Lac
responded with a try scored by William Boyrington, but it was all that the
Stoutmen could produce against a stiff Oshkosh
defense.Oshkosh added two more penalty kicks in the last 5 mintes of the match.
  The (2-1) Stoutmen travel farther north this Friday to face the 0-2
Kimberly Chaos at JR Gerritts Middle School.