Sports : Wednesday, 6/28/17

Legion Baseball:

Fond du Lac 6, Neenah 0

–Post 75 improves to 13-0 on the year, 6-0 in league play. Austin Wagner tossed a complete game one-hitter in the win.

Waupun 14, Mayville 3 (5 Innings)

Horicon 3, Ripon 2

Boys Golf:

Colin and Owen Ahern of St. Mary’s Springs were named to the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin Honorable Mention All-State team.

Northwoods League (South):

Wisconsin Rapids 7, Fond du Lac 1

–Andrew Bullock went 2 for 4 in the loss for Fondy. The two teams meet again tonight at Herr Baker Field, first pitch is 6:35 pm.

Green Bay 8, Kenosha 5

Madison 13, Kalamazoo 5

Lakeshore 17, Wisconsin 9

Rockford 7, Battle Creek 1

Northwoods League (North):

La Crosse 8, Duluth 2

Eau Claire 4, St. Cloud 0

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Cincinnati 8, Milwaukee 6

–A two-run home run from Joey Votto in the 5th inning proved to be the difference in the game, that lifted the Reds to a victory to the Brewers on Tuesday night. The teams combined for seven home runs in the game, Manny Pina, Orlando Arcia and Travis Shaw all left the park for the Brewers. Junior Guerra took the loss, allowing eight runs on eight hits in four innings of work. Game two of the series is tonight, coverage begins at 5:35, first pitch 6:10 on KFIZ.

Washington 6, Chicago Cubs 1

Arizona 6, St. Louis 5 (10 Innings)

American League:

Chicago White Sox 4, NY Yankees 3

Boston 9, Minnesota 2

Detroit 5, Kansas City 3

Texas 2, Cleveland 1


Tampa Bay 4, Pittsburgh 2 (10 Innings)

Minor League Baseball:

Quad Cities 6, Wisconsin 5

College Sports: Ten former Badgers will be inducted into the University of Wisconsin Athletics Hall of Fame on Sept. 29 at Union South.  The class includes two gold medalists, a pair of NCAA champions, an NHL all-star, two Rose Bowl winning quarterbacks and a WNBA player.  From football, there’s Darrell Bevell and Brooks Bollinger…from basketball Tracy Webster and Tamara Moore…from hockey Sara Bauer, Brian Elliott and Bob Suter…plus distance runner Arlie Schardt, former baseball coach guy Lowman and UW Marching Band Director Mike Leckrone.