Sports : Wednesday, 10/11/17

Tuesday’s High School Results:

Boys Soccer:

Winnebago Lutheran 0, St. Lawrence Seminary 0 (Tie)

–WLA clinches at least a share of the Flyway Conference title

Central Wisconsin Christian 2, Omro 1

Waupun 7, Berlin 1

Ripon 1, Campbellsport 0

New Holstein 2, St. Mary Central 0

Girls Volleyball:

Winnebago Lutheran 3, Mishicot 0 (25-22, 25-5, 25-18)

–Jena Krueger totaled nine kills, Sam Bernhard had eight kills, Hailey Becker tallied seven aces and had 29 assists, Lexi Livieri added six aces.

Randolph Triangular:

Williams Bay 2, North Fond du Lac 0 (25-16, 25-15)

Randolph 2, North Fond du Lac 0 (25-7, 25-16)

–Jasmine Spittel totaled 10 digs, nine kills and two service aces for North Fondy in the tournament


Campbellsport 3, Lomira 0 (25-11, 25-16, 25-17)

–For Lomira: Gwen Prunty totaled seven assists and three aces, Hope Nelson had eight digs, Camryn Garriety had four kills.

Boys Volleyball:

Appleton North 3, Fond du Lac 0 (25-9, 25-22, 27-25)

Girls Swimming:

Fond du Lac 95, Appleton West/Kimberly 88

NFL: Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford has received some good news concerning his ailing left knee after he was pulled from Monday’s 20-17 win over the Bears due to continued discomfort. Bradford has undergone another MRI that revealed no additional ligament damage or bone bruising. Vikings trainer Eric Sugarman says Bradford was just bothered by aggravation of the wear and tear in the joint that has hampered him for the past four weeks. The Vikings play the Packers on Sunday, kickoff at Noon.

Major League Baseball:

National League Division Series:

Washington at Chicago Cubs (PPD – Rain. Game four will be played this afternoon at 3pm).

American League Division Series:

NY Yankees at Cleveland (Game 5). First pitch at 7:08 pm.

USA Soccer: Trinidad has stopped the United States from qualifying for next year’s World Cup, posting a 2-1 victory that keeps the Americans out of soccer’s showcase for the first time in 28 years. Needing nothing more than a tie to advance, the U.S. fell behind 2-0 in the 37th minute and couldn’t get the equalizer.