Sports – Wednesday, April 20th, 2016

Chris Carter drove in a pair
and Scooter Gennett drove in the game winner in the 9th as the
Brewers edged the Twins 6-5 on Tuesday afternoon in the Twin Cities.  Tyler Thornburg picked up the win in relief
of Wily Peralta.  Jimmy Nelson gets the
start for the Brewers as the series shifts to Milwaukee
Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.  


NL Central

Reds 4 Rockies

Cubs 2 Cardinals 1

Padres 5 Pirates 4


NHL Playoffs

Pittsburgh 3 NY Rangers 1 – Penguins lead 2-1

Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 2 –
Lightning lead 3-1

St. Louis 4 Chicago 3 – Blues lead 3-1

Anaheim 3 Nashville
0 – Predators lead 2-1


NBA Playoffs

Atlanta 89 Boston 72 – Hawks
lead 2-0

San Antonio 94 Memphis 68 –
Spurs lead 2-0


The Green Bay Packers Hall of
Fame will inducted three during this summer’s ceremony.  Former players Chad Clifton and Nick Collins
will be enshrined along with former radio announcer Russ Winnie.  Lance Allen will MC the event which will be
held on Saturday, July 23rd.


The Badgers Spring Football
Game is set for Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 11:30am.


UW-Green Bays has given men’s
basketball coach Linc Darner a two year contract extension good through the
2021-22 season.


Rockford swept the Marian baseball team 10-8 and 6-1 at
Herr-Baker Field on Tuesday.  The Sabres
play at doubleheader at UW-Stevens Point this afternoon.  Game one is set for 1pm.


The Marian Softball team
travels to Lakeland
for a doubleheader this afternoon.  Tony
Draves’ squad is 18-10 on the season. Game one is set for 3pm.


Boys Golf

Appleton East 172 Fond du Lac
176 – Michael Barbeau 41


St. Mary’s Springs won the
Flyway Mini Meet at Utica
in Omro with 150.  WLA 2nd  with a 159. 
WLA’s Chris Colla was the meet medalist with a 3 under par 33.  The Ledgers Brady Sarauer had a 35


Chilton was 4th
and New Holstein 7th at the EWC meet at Quit-Qui-Oc.  Chilton’s Alex Brandt tied for 4th
with a 40. 


Girls Soccer

Appleton North 1 Fond du Lac

WLA 6 Omro 0 – Cassie
Gliszinski 3 goals

Mayville 2 Lomira 1



Appleton North 5 Fond du Lac

WLA 11 Omro 1- Zach Rhodes
picked up the win

Laconia 10 Lomira 4

Mayville 11 North Fond du Lac



Neenah 9 Fond du Lac 6

Lomira 18 Cambria-Friesland 2
– Megan Andes 2×2, RBI, 3 runs scores

Waupun 4 Campbellsport 2 –
Zoe Albert drove in both runs for Cougars

Laconia 10 St. Mary’s Springs 0 – Bri Bartz homered and drove
in 4

WLA 10 North Fond du Lac 4 –
Jenna Krueger 2×4, 2 RBI, 2 runs


The Fond du Lac boys track team took first at
Appleton West and the Fondy girls won a home meet on Tuesday night. 


Omro won the boys meet and
North Fond du Lac and Laconia tied on top of the
girls meet at North Fond du Lac on Tuesday