Sports – Wednesday, April 13th, 2016

The Brewers and Cardinals
continue their series tonight in St.
.  The
Cardinals took the opener 10-1 on Monday afternoon before taking Tuesday
off.  Chase Anderson takes on Mike
Leake.  Coverage begins at 6:40pm on


Brewers reliever Ariel Pena
accepted his demotion to Triple-A Colorado Springs on Tuesday.  He was designated for assignment last week
after getting rocked by the Giants in the season opener.  


NL Central

Tigers 8 Pirates 2


The Bucks wrap up their
season tonight as they host Indiana at BMO Harris
Bradley Center
is 33-48 on the season.  The tip is set
for 7pm.


The Golden State Warriors
hope to make history as they host Memphis
tonight in Oakland.  The Warriors are 72-9.  A win tonight will break the Chicago Bulls
single season record for victories set in the 1995-96 season.


Wisconsin native Steve
Stricker has been named the Captain of the 2017 United States Presidents Cup Team
to face off against the best non-European players in the world. The President’s
Cup runs at the end of September in 2017.


Benedictine swept the Marian
baseball team 11-3 and 4-2 on Tuesday at Herr-Baker Field.  The Sabres drop to 7-14 on the season.  Marian hosts Rockford in a doubleheader this afternoon
with game one set for 2pm.


The Marian softball team is
on the road this afternoon for a doubleheader at Lakeland.


The Laconia softball team edged Lomira 3-2 in 11
innings last night in Rosendale in a game you heard on News-Talk 1450
KFIZ.  The Spartans plated an unearned
run in the bottom of the 11th to win a matchup of two state
qualifers in 2015.  Laconia, the defending D3 champs saw Kayla
Schwebke strike out 16 to earn the victory. 
Lomira’s Megan Andes fanned 8 Spartans to take the hard luck loss.


Other Softball Scores

Fond du Lac
11 Omro 1 –
Hailey Heidl HR, 4 RBI

WLA 12 New Holstein 2 – 6
innings, Jenna Krueger & Cassidy Williams each 3×4, 2 RBIs



Oshkosh West 2 Fond
du Lac
0 – Jason Schneider struck out 5

WLA 8 North Fond du Lac 1 – Jackson Schroeder struck
out 10

St. Mary’s Springs 12 Lomira 0 – Blake Bauer threw a 3
hit shutout

Laconia 13 Omro 3

Waupun 10 Ripon 7


Boys Tennis

St. Lawrence 4 St. John’s Military 3


Girls Soccer

WLA 4 Lomira 0 – Cassie
Gliszinski all four Viking goals


Track & Field

The Fond du Lac Girls won the Appleton East
Triangular on Monday, while the boys were 2nd.  The North Fond du Lac
girls and the St. Mary’s Springs boys won the St. Mary’s Springs Invite on