Sports – Wednesday, September 10th, 2014

The Brewers swallow another
tough loss on Tuesday night 6-3 to Miami at Miller Park.  The Brewers loaded the bases with nobody out
in the 8th and failed to score a run, then in 9th
Francisco Rodriguez gave up three runs on homers to Casey McGehee and Marcell
Ozuna to lose.  The series continues
tonight.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on
News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The Brewers still  6 games behind St. Louis
in the N.L. Central and are tied with Atlanta,
1.5 games behind Pittsburgh
for the final N.L. Wild Card slot.  The
Reds beat St. Louis 9-5, Philadelphia
stopped Pittsburgh
4-3, and the Cubs were 9-2 losers to the Blue Jays.


The Packers get back on the
practice field today as they get ready for the New York Jets on Sunday at
Lambeau Field.  The team hopes to have TE
Brandon Bostick, RT Brian Bulaga, and RB Eddie Lacy available as all are
battling injuries.  Sunday’s kickoff is
set for 3:25pm. Coverage begins at 1pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


The United States rallied to be Slovenia 119-76
to advance to the Semifinals of the FIBA Basketball World Cup.  Team USA
will play Lithuania
on Thursday.


St. Mary’s Springs grad Pat
Steffes won the Wisconsin PGA Professional Championship in Eau Claire
Steffes won by 1 shot and earns a spot in the 2015 PGA Professional
National Championship. 


The Fond du Lac football team moved up to #3 in
this week’s Division One High School Football Coaches Poll.  Kimberly is ranked #1 and Germantown #2.   St. Mary’s Springs holds steady in the D6
Poll at #2 behind Shiocton.  Fondy
travels to Stevens
on Friday night in
a game you’ll hear on KFIZ.  St. Mary’s
Springs hosts Omro in a game you’ll hear on K107.1 presented by BCI Burke


Boys Soccer

Fond du Lac 3 Kaukauna 1

New Holstein-Elkhart
Lake 5 Kiel 0

St. Lawrence 5 Oshkosh Lourdes

WLA 10 Omro 1


Girls Volleyball

St. Mary’s Springs 3
Campbellsport 2 – Kelli Schrauth 3 aces, 25 kills, 2 blocks


Trinity Baptist 3 Calvary Baptist 1


Boys Volleyball

Fondy 3 Appleton West 2

Fondy 3 Green Bay 0


Girls Tennis

Neenah 6 Fondy 1 – Nicole Feltz picked up Fondy’s lone win
at #1 singles

St. Mary’s Springs 6
Clintonville 1


Cross Country

Campbellsport competed in the Markesan Cross Country Invitational
tonight.  The boy’s team finished 3rd.  The Cougars had 3 runners in
the top ten.  Levi Feucht was 5th, Chase Lindgren 6th, and Casey Ruplinger
7th.  The Cougar girls finished 4th.  Toni Hundertmark was 6th, and
Ellen Hodny placed 15th.


Girls Swimming & Diving

Fondy 93 Oshkosh North 93

Behling:           fly

Kristilee McCadden:   100 free:  
56.97   top 16 all-time

200 FREE RELAY:  Courtney  Stubbe, Behling, Zakia
Trotter, McCadden:   1:48.65

100 Back:   Stubbe:   1:07.28

400 free Relay:   Behling, McCadden, Courtney Jewett,
Stubbe:   3:56.90

 Fondy ralies from 48 – 30 down at the break
to tie Oshkosh North,

 Other highlights:   Maddy Corbin 2nd in diving with 201.50, best PR by over
17 points in 4th best
in Fondy history (best score in 14 years of coaching girls)

Katie Julka:  career bests in 200 and 500 free