Sports – Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
Caleb Gindl homered, tripled and singled as the Brewers beat the Cubs 6-1 on Monday night at Miller Park. That helped make a winner out of Wily Peralta who gave up just one run and five hits in five innings of work. Edwin Jackson took the loss. The series continues tonight as Marco Estrada takes on Jeff Samardjiza. Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.
The Cardinals and Pirates both lost while the Reds won. St. Louis and Pittsburgh are tied for the NL Central lead with the Reds now 2.5 games back.
The Bengals edged the Steelers 20-10 last night on Monday Night Football. Rookie Giovani Bernard scored a pair of touchdowns for the Bengals.
The Packers and the rest of the NFL takes today off before turning the page to week 3. Green Bay will head to Cincinnati. Head Coach Mike McCarthy did not have an update on running back Eddie Lacy who left Sunday’s win over Washington after just one carry with a concussion.
The Pac-12 reprimanded the officials for their handling of the final seconds of the Badgers loss at Arizona State. In a statement on Monday the league said the officials failed to “properly administer the end of game situation and act with appropriate urgency on the game’s final play.”
Zach Johnson fired a final round 65 to win the BMW Championship on the PGA Tour on Monday. He was one shot better than Nick Watney. Steve Stricker tied for 4th, five shots off the pace. Tiger Woods leads the FedEx Cup standings heading into this weekend’s Tour Championship.
The WIAA is one step closer to making a change to the Fox Valley Association, allowing Menasha to leave for the Bay Conference and adding Hortonville for the 2014-2015 school year. After a 40-day waiting period to hear appeals a meeting will be called to approve the plan.
The WIAA will be keeping the girls basketball and volleyball tournament in Green Bay. The organization announced an agreement with the Resch Center to keep those events there through 2020.
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