Sports : Wednesday, 5/3/17
High School Baseball:
Fond du Lac 2, Kaukauna 0
–Austin Wagner tosses a one-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts in the win for Fond du Lac.
Laconia 21, North Fond du Lac 0 (5 Innings)
Waupun 5, Ripon 3
High School Softball:
Winnebago Lutheran 11, St. Mary’s Springs 3
Laconia 17, Omro 0
–Kayla Schwebke tosses a no-hitter with 10 strikeouts for the Spartans in the win.
Mayville 3, North Fond du Lac/Oakfield/Laconia 1
Winnebago Lutheran 10, Beaver Dam Wayland Academy 0
Campbellsport 3, Waupun 2
Track & Field:
The Fond du Lac boys win the FVA quad at Neenah High School. Kyle Marcoe takes 1st in the 200 meter, Fondy’s 4X100 meter relay, 4X200 meter relay, 4X400 meter relay, Andrew Stone in the Shot Put & Discus, Eddie Negron in the Long Jump and Cole Siegworth in the Triple Jump all take first.
Fond du Lac Girls place 2nd at the FVA Quad at Appleton East. Katie Retzlaff (100 meter hurdles), Brooke McDowell (300 meter hurdles) and the 4X200 relay team are all first place finishers for the Cardinals.
St. Mary’s Springs boys win the Flyway Conference Relays at Omro HS. Winnebago Lutheran places 3rd, North Fond du Lac 4th, Laconia 5th, Lomira 7th at the Relays.
Fond du Lac defeats Appleton West 169-199 in a conference dual meet at Rolling Meadows. Jack DuChateau shoots a 38 and earns medalist honors. Elliott Nielsen shoots a 41.
Fond du Lac 7, Appleton West 0
Wisconsin Lutheran 4, Marian 3 (Game 1)
Wisconsin Lutheran 4, Marian 2 (Game 2)
Marian 7, Edgewood 4 (Game 1)
Marian 6, Edgewood 2 (Game 2)
–The Sabres clinch a spot in the NACC Tournament for the first time since 2012.
Major League Baseball:
St. Louis 2, Milwaukee 1
–An RBI single from Jett Bandy in the seventh inning provided the only run for the Brewers as they struggled against Cardinals’ starter Carlos Martinez. Game three of the series is tonight. Pregame coverage starts at 6:40 on KFIZ.
Chicago Cubs 8, Philadelphia 3
Pittsburgh 12, Cincinnati 3
Chicago White Sox 6, Kansas City 0
Minnesota 9, Oakland 1
Detroit 5, Cleveland 2
Minor League Baseball:
Wisconsin 5, Bowling Green 2