Sports – Wednesday, May 13th, 2015
Chris Sale went 8 strong innings,
giving up just 2 runs and 3 hits and struck out 11 in a 4-2 White Sox win over
the Brewers at
game. The series wraps up tonight as Jimmy Nelson takes on Jose Quintana. Coverage begins at 6:35pm with the first
pitch set for 7:10pm on KFIZ.
Cardinals 8 Indians 3
Pirates 7 Phillies 2
Cubs 6 Mets 1
Packers quarterback Aaron
Rodgers won $50,000 for the MACC Fund last night by winning Celebrity Jeopardy!
Rodgers defeated Kevin O’Leary of the TV show Shark Tank and astronaut Mark
All 67,000 tickets to watch
Brett Favre’s Packers Hall of Fame induction on the jump-tron at Lambeau Field
have been sold. Tickets went on sale
Tuesday morning and were gone by the end of the day for the July 18th
LeBron James scored 38 points
and pulled down 12 rebounds as
3-2 series lead over
with a 106-101 win last night. Game 6 is
James Harden kept the Houston
Rockets alive in the Western Conference playoffs with a 124-103 win over the LA
Clippers. Harden had a triple-double
with 26 points, 11 rebounds, and 10 assists.
The Clippers still lead the series 3-2 heading into Game 6 in LA on
Tampa Bay 4 Montreal 2 –
Lightning win series 4-2
Appleton North 7 Fond du Lac
Lomira 6 Omro 0 – Justin Lammers
1 hit shutout
WLA 5 KML 4
Neenah 7 Fond du Lac 4
Lomira 13 KML 3
Waupun 5 Campbellsport 1
Laconia 8 North Fond du Lac 0
– Kayla Schwebke 16 Ks, 0 hits
Mayville 18 WLA 10
Fond du Lac 7 Appleton East 0
Kohler 7 Waupun 0
West DePere 7
Tuesday night with a score of 162. KML
was 2nd and WLA 3rd.
WLA’s Mason Herkstroeter was the meet medalist with a 37. The Vikings Chris Colla had a 38. Patrick Treichel and Colin Ahern had 40s for
153-161. Marcus Ruch had a 33. Elliot
Nielson had a 39. Mike Barbeau had a 40 and Jack Nejedlo a 41.
Fond du Lac 3 Appleton East 2
WLA 8 CWC 0 – Shelby Zuelke
had 5 goals
Fond du Lac
night the Orioles hosted a conference meet. There were five boys teams and four
girls team in attendance. Kettle Morraine Lutheran won for the girls, while
Omro took the boys title. The strong wind played a factor, but the Orioles
still managed to earn some PR’s on the night. They were: Justin Newhouse
(100m), Jacob Michels (100m), Jordan Ives (100m, 200m, and long jump), Drew
Patel (400m and 200m), Frannie Sokolik (200m), Zach Choate (discus), Caleb Catt
(discus), Connor Krupp (long jump).
Earning individual second place:
Frannie Sokolik: 100m , 200m, and long jump
Jacob Michels: 100m
Faith Peebles: 400m
Drew Patel: 400m
Earning individual third place:
Jordan Ives: 100m
Leah Forsythe: 1600m
Dakota Wesenberg: shot
Jordan Ives: long jump
Next up for the Orioles is the Freshman/Sophomore Conference Meet
at Saint Mary’s Springs on Friday while the Conference Meet is at Winnebago
Lutheran on Monday.
Also on Friday, Faith Peebles and Frannie Sokolik will be
representing the Orioles at the Standards Meet at Monona Grove. This is a meet
where the participants have to meet a time requirement in order to enter.
Frannie will be running the 100m and Faith will be competing in the 400m and
800m (she also qualified in the 1600m).