Sports – Wednesday, May 19th, 2015
After getting hit in the head
over the weekend against the Mets, outfielder Carlos Gomez didn’t miss a beat
as he led of the game with a homer to help the Brewers beat the Tigers 3-2 on
another hit in the 7th. Jeremy
Jeffress pitched an inning and a third of relief to pick up the win. The series continues tonight as Jimmy Nelson
takes on Anibal Sanchez. Coverage begins
at 5:30pm with the first pitch set for 6:05pm on KFIZ.
Mets 2 Cardinals 1 – 14 innings
The NBA’s Western Conference
Finals get going tonight as
in Game 1 of the best of seven series.
in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals on Wednesday night.
Tyler Johnson’s hat trick
even the Eastern Conference Finals at 1-1 as
beat the NY Rangers 6-2 on Monday night. Game 2 of the Western Conference
Finals is tonight as
that series 1-0.
boys basketball coach Steve Showalter has resigned become an assistant coach
for former Oshkosh West boys coach Lance Randall at Division II Lindenwood in
which won three straight WIAA Division 1 state boys basketball championships
from 2012 to 2014.
at the Fox Valley Association Meet at UW-Oshkosh on Monday. Senior Brian Luteyn won the 110 meter
hurdles. The 4×100 relay team of Kyle
Pierce, Quinn Woelfel, Levi Burns, and Trey Halfmann also won an FVA
title. Peter Andrew was 2nd
in the shot and discus. Appleton North
won the boys event.
The Fondy girls were 3rd
at the conference meet. Annie Moore won
the 1600 and was 2nd in the 800.
Appleton North 5 Fond du Lac
4 – Matt Ryan 3×4 with a triple
conference championship in 32 years on Monday with a 9-3 win over Lomira. Morgan Tetzlaff went 2×3 with 4 RBI to pace
Appleton North 10 Fond du Lac
3 – Shania Schibblehut 2×3, 2 RBI
WLA 20 Shoreland Lutheran 10 –
Jenna Krueger 2×3, 2 HR, 7 RBI
Roncalli 7 Waupun 0
Winnebago Lutheran won the
Viking Invite at
on Monday. The Vikings Chris Colla won
the event with a 36. His teammate Will
Aird had a 39.
school boys rugby team is moving on the second round of the playoffs this
Thursday after losing to the defending state champion Pulaski Roos this past
Saturday by a score of 47-12. The loss placed the Stoutmen in the
Division 2 bracket, where they will face the Milwaukee Patriots from the
Badgerland Conference, at 5:30pm at the Wisconsin Rugby Sports Complex in
win would advance
to the semi-finals on May 27. The state championships will be played on
May 30 in