Sports – Tuesday, May 14th, 2013
The Brewers stole six bases and Pittsburgh committed 3 errors in a 5-1 Milwaukee win on Monday night. Nori Aoki had three hits and drove in 3 to help make a winner out of Marco Estrada who went seven innings, giving up 1 run and striking out 5. The series continues tonight as Kyle Lohse takes on Jeff Locke. Coverage begins at 5:35pm with the first pitch at 6:10pm on KFIZ.
St. Louis 6 Mets 3
Cubs 9 Rockies 1
Miami 88 Chicago 65 – Heat lead 3-1
Memphis 103 Oklahoma City 97 – OT – Grizzlies lead 3-1
The Bucks have interviewed four candidates for their vacant head coaching position. Yesterday they reportedly interviewed Lakers assistant coach Steve Clifford. The team already talked for Nate McMillian, Kelvin Sampson and JB Bickerstaff. USA Today says the team has some interest in 71-year-old former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan.
Badgers Open In South Dakota
The University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team will open up the 2013-14 season at a tournament in Sioux Falls, South Dakota against St. Johns on November 8th.
Boston 5 Toronto 4 – OT – Bruins win series 4-3
NY Rangers 5 Washington 0 – Rangers win series 4-3
Ripon College Baseball
The Ripon College baseball team received the sixth seed in the six-team NCAA Division Three Regional and will play the top seed, Webster (Mo.) University, on Wednesday at Noon.
North Fondy-Oakfield 5 Wautoma 1 – Brittany Parker 2 goals
GM1: Campbellsport 12 New Holstein 1
GM2: New Holstein 10 Campbellsport 6
WLA 13 Cambria-Friesland 1 – Ryan Boelk 2B, Lucas Muche 3B
St. Lawrence 7 Mayville 1
Boys Golf @ Rolling Meadows
Fond du Lac 163 Appleton West 189 – Mitch Cardinal and Charlie Blagoue 40, Marcus Ruch 41, Joe Wright 42
EWC Golf @ Fox Hills
Sheboygan Falls was first, Campbellsport 3rd, New Holstein 6th, and Waupun 8th at the EWC Mini-Meet at Fox Hills on Monday. Campbellsport’s Caleb Galligan shot a 40 to finish in a 3-way tie for first place.
Kettle Moraine Lutheran won the boys Flyway Conference Track and Field Championship Meet at Omro while St. Mary’s Springs won the girls event. Laconia finished 2nd on the boys side, followed by Omro, WLA, Mayville, Lomira, St. Lawrence, and North Fond du Lac. Mayville was 2nd on the girls side, followed by KML, Laconia, Omro, Lomira, WLA and North Fond du Lac.
The Fond du Lac boys track team finished 3rd at the FVA Conference Meet tonight. Top 3 teams were Kimberly 175.5, Appleton North 172 and Fond du Lac 88. Neenah won the girls meet with Fond du Lac finishing 6th.
Top three finishers for the Cardinals were:
1st place = 1st Team All-Conference
2nd Place = 2nd Team All-Conference
3rd Place = Honorable Mention All Conference
2nd Place – John-Myles Gaskell – 23.18
3rd Place – Nathan Gunderson – 51.02
300m Intermediate Hurdles
3rd Place – Mackenzie Nick – 41.80
1st Place – Austin McCrory, Taylor Hoaglin, Chris Hafemann, John-Myles Gaskell
3rd Place – Jacob Baus, Chris Hafemann, Mackenzie Nick, Nathan Gunderson
1st Place – Nolan Cunningham, Nathan Gunderson, Elliot Pieper, Chris Leisses
3rd Place – Kyle Pierce – 42′ 4 3/4″