Sports – Saturday, April 6th, 2013

Brewers Fall

The Arizona Diamondbacks stopped the Brewers 3-1 last night at Miller Park.  Kyle Lohse was impressive in his Brewers debut giving up just 1 run and 5 hits in 6 innings of work.  Burke Badenhop took the loss, as two runs scored in a wild-pitch by Mike Gonzalez.  Ryan Braun was a late scratch with neck spasms.  Aramis Ramirez sprained his knee sliding into 2nd base and left the game in the 4th innings.  A Jean Segura home run was the Brewers only offense of the night. The series continues tonight at Miller Park. Mike Fiers is set to start against Patrick Corbin.  Coverage begins at 5:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


NL Central

SF 1 StL 0

Reds 15 Wash 0

Ariz 4 Cubs 1

LAD 3 Pit 0


Bucks Lose

The New York Knicks beat the Bucks 101-83 last night at Madison Square Garden.  Carmelo Anthony scored 41 points.  That was his 3rd straight 40 point effort.  Brandon Jennings had 25 for the Bucks.


Final Four

The NCAA Final Four is set for tonight in Atlanta.  Louisville and Wichita State will tip just after 5pm with Michigan and Syracuse to follow.  The championship game is Monday night.  You’ll hear the title game on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


Injuries End Gilberts Career

Badgers defensive lineman David Gilbert has decided to quit football because of nagging foot injuries. He broke his foot a couple of times in 2011 and fought through injuries last year to start 13 of 14 games.   Despite foot problems last year he still garnered honorable mention All-Big Ten honors.


Part of the Fond du Lac Boys track and field team competed at the Neenah Invitational tonight (4/5).  The team placed 4th behind Neenah (1st), Sheboygan South (2nd) and Appleton East (3rd).


Top 3 Finishers

Shot Put

2nd Charlie Immel (So)  43′ 3 1/2″

Pole Vault 

1st Jake Buerger (Sr)  11′ 6″

55m Dash 

2nd Nick Spoerke (Jr) 7.19

4 Lap Relay

3rd Nick Spoerke (Jr), Marcus Johnson (Jr), Mike Feilbach (Sr) and Chris Hafemann (Jr) 1:24.80

200m Dash 

2nd Chris Hafemann (Jr) 25.60

1600m Relay

3rd Jacob Grzeca (Fr), Chris Laudolff (So), Evan Loehr (So), Seth Cudworth (So) 4:18.50