Sports – Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Khris Davis’ RBI
triple in the 12th lifted the Brewers to a 5-3 win over St. Louis at Busch
Stadium last night.  Mark Reynolds added
a sac fly for the insurance run.  The
Brewers rallied from a 3-0 deficit with three runs of their own in the 7th.  Zach Duke pitched a pair of innings to pick
up the win while Francisco Rodriguez pitched the 12th for his 12th
save of the season. 

The Brewers series
continues tonight weather permitting in St.
.  Coverage
begins at 6:40pm with the first pitch at 7:15pm tonight on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  Kyle Lohse takes on Lance Lynn.


NL Central

Cubs @ Reds –


NBA Playoffs

Miami 109 Charlotte 98 – Heat sweep series 4-0

Atlanta 107 Indiana 97 – Hawks lead 3-2

San Antonio 93 Dallas
89 – Series tied 2-2


With the loss to
the Miami Heat last night, the Charlotte Bobcats era is over. The Bobcats began
play in the NBA in the 2004-05 season when the Charlotte Hornets moved to New Orleans.  Last season the New Orleans franchise took the Pelicans
nickname, so next season the Bobcats will become the Charlotte Hornets once


NBA Commissioner
Adam Silver is scheduled to meet the media today to discuss what the NBA is
doing to investigate LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling who was recorded making
racist remarks to his girlfriend. 


Hall of Fame NBA
coach Dr. Jack Ramsey has died after a long battle with cancer at the age of


NHL Playoffs

Pittsburgh 4 Columbus
3 – Pens win series 4-2

Minnesota 5 Colorado
2 – Series tied 3-3

LA 4 San Jose 1
– Series tied 3-3


Boys Golf

WLA won the boys
golf meet at Omro on Monday with a score of 175.  St. Mary’s Springs and KML tied for 2nd
at 178.  The Ledgers Brady Sarauer and
Patrick Treichel had 37s.  WLA’s Chris
Colla had a 39.



St. Mary’s
Springs 10 Valders 1

St. Lawrence 9
Mischicot 6


Girls Soccer



College Baseball

UW-Oshkosh 7
Marian 4