Sports – Monday, June 3rd, 2013

Brewers Fall

Mike Fiers gave up 7 runs in 1 and two-thirds innings as the Phillies stopped the Brewers 7-5 on Sunday.  The Brewers bullpen put up goose-eggs the rest of the way and the bats woke up late with 4 runs in the 8th and another in the 9th to make it close.  The big blow in the 8th was a Jonathan Lucroy bases loaded triple that was first called a home run, but the umpires reversed it after looking at the replay.  The Crew opens up a three game series with Oakland tonight at Miller Park.  Marco Estrada gets the start for Milwaukee.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.

NL Central

Pit 5 Cin 4

Ariz 8 Cubs 4

SF 4 StL 2


Bucks Hire Drew

The Milwaukee Bucks will introduce Larry Drew as their 13th head coach in franchise history at a press conference today.  Drew has spent the last three seasons at the head coach of the Atlanta Hawks.  He was 128-102 during his tenure in Atlanta and led the Hawks to the 2nd round of the NBA playoffs in 2011.


Game 7

It’s game 7 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals tonight as Miami hosts Indiana.  The winner gets the San Antonio Spurs who swept the Memphis Grizzlies 4-0 in the Western Conference Finals.


NHL Western Conference Finals

Chicago 4 LA 2 – Blackhawks lead 2-0


Kuchar Wins

Matt Kuchar rose to #4 in the world rankings with a two-shot win at The Memorial on the PGA Tour over Kevin Chappell


Stewart Wins

Tony Stewart won the NASCAR Sprint Cup race at Dover.  Juan Pablo-Montoya was 2nd


WIAA Boys State Golf

The WIAA Boys State Golf Meet begins today at University Ridge in Madison.  The entire St. Mary’s Springs team is there competing for a state title.  WLA freshman Chris Colla also has qualified as an individual. 


Ledgers Win D3 Boys State Track

St. Mary’s Springs won the Division 3 Boys State Track Meet on Saturday and the Girls were 2nd.   The Ledger boys finished 2 points better than Melrose-Mindoro.   Senior Darin Ward won the state championship in the 110 meter hurdles.  The Ledger girls 4×800 meter relay team set a state record in their event.


East Shore League

Forest 16 St. Peter 6

Mt. Calvary 3 Cleveland 2     11 innings

 St. Cloud 18 Johnsburg 15   11 innings

Marytown 6 Chilton 4