Sports: Wednesday, 4/5/17


Waupun 7, Campbellsport 0

Oakfield 10, Pardeeville 2


Winneconne 9, Campbellsport 4

Waupun 11, Berlin 1 (5 Innings)

Oakfield 9, Pardeeville 1

Girls Soccer:

Kettle Moraine 4, Fond du Lac 0

Mayville 4, St. Mary’s Springs 1

Kiel 2, Campbellsport 1

Portage/Poynette 7, Waupun 1

New Holstein 8, Valders 0

HS Track & Field:

North Fond du Lac Girls & Boys hosted their first outdoor meet of the season Tuesday. The Oriole Girls placed 2nd out of five teams and the Oriole Boys won the meet.

Laconia boys track team placed 5th at the Berlin Invite, with the Laconia girls placing 4th at the same invite.


Colorado 6, Milwaukee 5

–Travis Shaw went 2 for 4 with a two doubles and 2 RBI and Ryan Braun hit his first home run of the season in the loss to Colorado at Miller Park. The 0-2 Brewers face the Rockies in game three of their four game set tonight, Wily Peralta goes for Milwaukee, while Tyler Chatwood counters for Colorado. Coverage begins at 6:35 tonight on KFIZ.

The Brewers announced Tuesday they placed starter Junior Guerra on the 10-day disabled list with a right calf strain. The team recalled left-hander Brent Suter from Triple-A Colorado Springs to take his spot on the roster.

Chicago Cubs 2, St. Louis 1


Detroit 6, Chicago White Sox 3

Cleveland 4, Texas 3

NBA: Oklahoma City 110, Milwaukee 79

–Michael Beasley led the Bucks with 14 points off the bench, Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 11 as the Thunder stormed by the Bucks in Oklahoma City. The story of the night belonged to Russell Westbrook of the Thunder, who matched Oscar Robertson’s single-season record with his 41st career triple-double. Westbrook had 12 points, 13 rebounds and 13 assists. The Bucks play at Indiana on Thursday.

Tony Romo is moving to the sports desk. The star Dallas Cowboys quarterback is replacing analyst Phil Simms on the top NFL broadcasting team for CBS, joining play by play man Jim Nantz for telecasts on Thursday evenings and on Sunday. The departure of the all-time passing leader has been expected since November, when Romo conceded the job to rookie Dak Prescott after missing 10 weeks with a back injury. The Cowboys were in the middle of a franchise-record 11-game winning streak when Romo returned. The Cowboys released Romo on Tuesday after delaying the decision to see they could generate interest in a trade, which also gave the married father of two with another child on the way more time to consider his future.