Sports – Tuesday, May 26th, 2015

The Giants scored 7 runs in
the 6th to beat the Brewers 8-4 on Memorial Day at Miller Park.  Khris Davis hit a pair of home runs for Milwaukee.  After a solo shot in the 1st the
Giants appealed saying he didn’t touch home plate.  The umpire ruled him out but replay over
turned it.  He also went deep in the 3rd.  Ryan Braun hit his team leading 12th
homer in the 5th.  It cleared
the left field bleachers and was measured at 474 feet, the longest by a right
handed hitter in Miller
history.  Tim Lincecum gets the win and Kyle Lohse was
the loser.  Madison Baumgarner takes on Matt
Garza tonight.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm
on KFIZ.  


The Brewers placed pitcher
Wily Peralta on the 15 day disabled list with a strained oblique muscle.  They think he could miss out about month.


NL Central

Rockies 5 Reds 4

Nationals 2 Cubs 1

Cardinals 3 D-Backs 2 – 10 innings

Pirates 4 Marlins 2


James Harden exploded for 45
points as Houston stayed alive in the NBA’s
Western Conference Finals with a 128-115 win over Golden State.  The Warriors still lead the best of seven
series 3-1.  Game 5 is Wednesday night in
Oakland.   Cleveland can
close out the Hawks in the Eastern Conference Finals tonight as they host Atlanta with a 3-0 series


In the NHL playoffs, Anaheim beat Chicago
5-4 with a goal just :45 seconds into overtime. 
The Ducks take a 3-2 series lead and look to advance to the Stanley Cup
Finals with a win at Chicago
in Game 6 of the series on Wednesday night. 
The Lighthing take a 3-2 series lead into Game 6 of their Western
Conference Finals matchup with the New York Rangers tonight in Tampa Bay,


The Fond du Lac boys golf
team finished 5th at the Fox Valley Association Golf Meet on
Saturday in Greenleaf.  Marcus Ruch tied
for 11th with an 84.  Elliot
Nielson, Jack Nejedlo, and Mike Barbeau each had 85s.  The Cardinals finished the FVA slate in 3rd


We’ve got high school baseball
this afternoon on KFIZ as Fond du Lac
hosts Hortonville in an FVA matchup. 
Coverage begins at 4:05pm with the first pitch set for 4:30pm on KFIZ at
the Fondy Youth Baseball Complex. 

East Shore League

Johnsburg 7 Chilton 6

Cleveland 7 Marytown 2

Forest 16 St. Cloud 4

Mt. Calvary 7 St. Peter 3