Sports – Tuesday, May 12th, 2015

The Brewers blew a six run
lead but rallied by the White Sox 10-7 on Monday night.  Elian Herrera and Khris Davis hit back to
back homers in the 8th to break up a 7-7 tie.  Carlos Gomez also homered and tripled in the
win.  Jonathan Broxton picked up the win
in relief of Wily Peralta who gave up just two runs in six innings.  Francisco Rodriguez notched save #7.  The Crew has won 7 of their last 10 games.  The series continues tonight as Chris Sale
takes on Mike Fiers.  Coverage begins at
6:35pm with the first pitch set for 7:10pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Atlanta 2 Reds 1

Pittsburgh 4 Philadelphia

Cubs 4 Mets 3


The NFL has suspended
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for the 1st four games of the 2015
season for being involved in deflating footballs before the AFC Championship
Game.  The league also fined the Patriots
$1 million dollars and took away a 2016 first round draft pick and a 2017 4th
round pick.   Brady’s agent says they
will appeal.


Jeff Teague scored 26 points
as Atlanta evened their Eastern Conference
Semifinal series with Washington
at 2-2 with a 106-102 win on Monday night.


Golden State pulled
even at 2-2 with Memphis
with a 101-84 win on Monday. MVP Steph Curry poured in 33 points to lead the



Living Word 9 St. Lawrence 8 –
Tyler McFadzen
       2 X 3, 2 RBI


Fond du Lac
Stoutmen high school boys rugby team earned a playoff berth Monday
evening in their final regular season match by narrowly defeating
River Cities by a score of 19-17 at the UW-FDL Rugby Fields.  The Stoutmen
scored three trys in the first half, and converted 2 of 3 conversion kicks,
making it 19-0 at halftime.  River Cities fought back and scored 3 trys in
the second half, with the third coming in the final seconds.  However,
River Cities only converted 1 of 3 conversion kicks, so the Stoutmen squeaked
by with a win.  The Stoutmen finished 3-3 on the season, and travel to
Pulaski this Saturday for the first round of the playoffs.