Sports – Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
The Badgers and Kentucky
Wildcats will face off at the Final Four on Saturday night in
edged the Badgers on a late three pointer last season on the same stage. Our coverage begins at 6:30pm on Saturday
night with the tip set for 7:49pm.
The Bucks are back in action
tonight as they host the Bulls at the
for 7pm on KFIZ.
Mike Fiers gave up three runs
and three hits in five innings of work as the Reds beat the Brewers 10-4 in
Cactus League action on Tuesday.
Jonathan Lucroy went 3×3 for The Crew
The Brewers and Cubs will square off this afternoon. There is no radio coverage on the network. Opening Day is Monday when the Brewers host
The Brewers cut their roster
down to 27 players on Tuesday including sending pitcher Rob Wooten and
infielders Matt Clark and Jason Rogers to the minors. The Crew just has 2 more cuts to make before
Ron Roenicke also announced
his opening day lineup. Carlos Gomez
will lead off, followed by Jonathan Lucroy, Ryan Braun, Aramis Ramirez, Adam
Lind, Khris Davis, Scooter Gennett, and Jean Segura.
Mayville 10 Campbellsport 3 –
Ashley Emmer 4×4
Chilton 5 North Fondy 4 (8) –
Brooke Scott 2×2, 2 RBI
Waukesha West 8 Fond du Lac 0
The Lady Orioles
for the Girls Small School Invitational (over 42 teams attending). While no
points were earned on this night, the following athletes earned new personal
records: Frannie Sokolik (60m hurdles), Brooke Mathes (400m), Faith Peebles
(1600m, placing 11th out of 52 runners), the 4x400m relay team (Brooke Mathes,
Leah Forsythe, Nicole Krueger, Faith Peebles), and Gabi Thielke (shot put).
Dakota Wesenberg missed a PR by one inch but did manage to place 17th out of 77
throwers. Next up for the Orioles is the Freshman/Sophomore Boys Meet in