Sports – Wednesday, April 8th, 2015

The Rockies stopped the
Brewers 5-2 on Tuesday night at Miller
. Carlos Gomez
doubled and drove in a run for The Crew. 
The Rockies pounded out six more
doubles against Brewers pitching. Matt Garza gave up 4 runs and 8 hits in 5
innings to take the loss.  Jordan Lyles
gave up 2 runs and 5 hits in six innings to notch the win. The Brewers try to
avoid the sweep tonight as Wily Peralta takes on Eddie Butler.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on News-Talk 1450


Ryan Braun sat out last night’s
game with a strain in his right side.  An
MRI showed not significant damage so he’s day to day.


NL Central

Cardinals @ Cubs – ppd


The Bucks jump back into
action tonight as they host LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers at the BMO Harris
Bradley Center
At 38-39 the Bucks sit in 6th place in the Eastern Conference.  The tip is set for 7pm.


The Bucks have a press
conference at 10:30am this morning.  They
are set to release design details and other information about building a new
stadium and entertainment district in downtown Milwaukee.


The Badgers-Duke national
championship game saw one of the largest TV ratings in the last 20 years.  The game took home a 17 rating, which was the
highest since Arizona knocked off Kentucky in 1997.


UConn won the women’s
basketball championship 63-53 over Notre Dame. 
It’s the 10th title for Huskie head coach Geno Auriemma.


Packers safety Sean
Richardson signed an offer sheet with the Oakland Raiders for one-year, and
worth $2.55 million dollars.  The Packers
have until Monday to match the offer or they lose him and get nothing in return.



WLA 11 Omro 0 – Zach Rhodes 2
run homer

St. Mary’s Springs 8 Lomira 0
– WP: Josh Ditter – 10 Ks



Laconia 5 WLA 0 – WP: Kayla Schwebke 17 Ks for Spartans

Mayville 6 North Fondy 3 –
Kylie Rozenboom 2×4

Lomira 14 Omro 0 – Michaela Luedtke 3×4, 3B; Lauren Luedtke 2

12 Plymouth 3 –
WP: Zoe Albert 12 Ks

9 St. Mary’s Springs 4

10 Horicon 2



Holstein 2 WLA 0



North Fond du Lac hosted their first outdoor meet of the season. There were four
teams total and both the guys and the girls both took second (the boys missed
first by only eight points!). There were many new events for the team, but they
were still able to earn some PRs: Michael Misorski (100m), Drew Patel (100m and
TIED his 200m!), Jared Bavers (1600m and 800m), Josh Stephani (400m), Jarod
Ziehm (800m), Caleb Catt (shot and discus), Dakota Wesenberg (discus), Frannie
Sokolik (long jump), Aaron Wichmann (long jump), Jordan Ives (long jump), and
David Beenken (triple jump).


Winning their
events for North Fondy:

Drew Patel: 100m

Jared Bavers:

Megan Zagar: 400m

Girls 4x100m:
Erica Schwartz, Leah Forsythe, Frannie Sokolik, Nicole Krueger

Boys 4x100m
relay: Drew Patel, Jordan Ives, Caleb Catt, Jacob Michels

Ben Giese:
rolling to a win in the 300m hurdles

David Beenken:

Caleb Catt: shot

Dakota Wesenberg:

Frannie Sokolik:
long jump