Sports – Wednesday, May 6th, 2016

The Giants edged the Brewers
2-1 on Tuesday night at Miller
.  Jimmy Nelson gave up just 2 runs and 5 hits
in seven and a third innings of work but took the loss. Johnny Cueto picked up
the win, giving up just one run and six hits in 7 innings of work.   The
series wraps up this afternoon as Taylor Jungmann gets the start against Jeff
Samardzija.  Coverage begins at 12:05pm
on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  The first pitch
is set for 12:40pm.


The Brewers placed starter
Matt Garza on the 15 day disabled list with a back injury.  He could be out until mid-may.  The Brewers sent cash to the Texas Rangers on
Tuesday in exchange for lefty Sam Freeman.  
Ariel Pena was sent to the minors. 


NL Central

Pittsburgh 6 St. Louis

Cubs 6 Angels 1


The Cleveland Cavs blew out
the Bucks 109-80 last night at BMO
Harris Bradley
.  Giannis Antetokounmpo led the Bucks with 22
points, 14 rebounds, and 8 assists.  The
Bucks travel to Boston
on Friday night.


Marquette’s Henry Ellenson made it official on Tuesday,
declaring for the NBA Draft after just one season.  The Rice Lake
native is expected to be a lottery pick.


The Connecticut Huskies
women’s basketball team won their record 4th straight national
championship with an 82-51 win over Syracuse
last night in Indianapolis.  It’s the school’s 11th women’s
national basketball championship.



Oshkosh North 20 Fond du Lac
4 – Kellie Hierl 4 RBI

Laconia 4 Shiocton 3 – Kayla Schwebke 18 Ks

Fond du Lac
18 St. Mary’s
Springs 1 –  Kylie Rozenboom 3 RBI



Laconia 5 North Fond du Lac 2


Girls Soccer

Lomira 4 North Fondy/Oakfield
2 – Camryn Garriety had two goals for Lions