Sports – Thursday, September 19th, 2013
Sean Halton’s first inning grand slam powered a five run
first and lifted the Brewers to 7-0 win over the Cubs on Wednesday night at
over six innings to notch the win. The
series wraps up this afternoon as Kyle Lohse gets the start for
Suspended Brewers slugger Ryan Braun paid a visit to the
Brewers clubhouse on Wednesday. He is
not allowed to play or suit up for the Brewers but is allowed to visit. Ron Roenicke said there was no formal meeting
with Braun. Cory Hart, who’s recovering for
a knee injury also stopped by on Wednesday.
The Cardinal now hold a two game lead over
Card lead over the Rangers.
out of the American League Wild Card race.
The Packers jumped back on the practice field on Wednesday
as they get ready for the Bengals on Sunday in
Eddie Lacy did not practice on Wednesday as he recovers from a
concussion. James Starks will get the
start on Sunday. Casey Hayward has
already been ruled out for Sunday’s game.
Pregame is set for 10am with the kickoff at Noon on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ
and streaming at kfiz.com.
Week 3 of the NFL season kicks off tonight as Andy Reid
takes his 2-0 Kansas City Chiefs back to his old stomping grounds in
There was a rare in season NFL trade on Wednesday as the
Cleveland Browns send their leading rusher from last year, Trent Richardson to
the Colts in exchange for a 2014 first round draft pick.
Boxing Legend Dies
Former heavyweight boxing champion Ken Norton, Senior has
died. He was the 2nd man ever
to beat Muhammad Ali. He was 70.
High School Soccer on KFIZ
Winnebago Lutheran hosts St. Mary’s Springs tonight in boys
high school soccer action at the Fondy Soccer Complex. Coverage begins at 6:35pm with the start set
for 7pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ. The game
also streams at kfiz.com.
High School Football
On Saturday night,
in a Valley Football Association South Division Game. Coverage begins at 5:30pm with the Backyard
Grill Kickoff Show with the game starting at 7pm. It also streams at kfiz.com. St. Mary’s Springs travels to Mayville on
Friday. Coverage begins at 6:50pm on
K107.1-FM and k107.com.
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