Sports – Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

Brewers Go Deep

The Brewers hit five home runs in a 10-4 win over Pittsburgh on Monday night at Miller Park.  Yuni Betancourt, Carlos Gomez, Jean Segura, Nori Aoki, and Yovani Gallardo all hit homers in the win.  The Brewers also hit three triples.  Gallardo gave up 2 runs and struck out five in seven innings to pick up the win.  The series continues tonight as Marco Estrada takes on James McDonald. Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


NL Central

Cubs 5 SD 3

Cin 2 StL 1


Marathon Game

The A’s beat the Angles 10-8 in 19 innings the game went over 6 hours and got done after 3am, Wisconsin time this morning.



Brooklyn 110 Chicago 91 – Bulls lead series 3-2

Atlanta 102 Indiana 91 – Series tied 2-2

Houston 105 Oklahoma City 103  – Thunder lead series 3-1


Badgers In Primetime

The Big Ten has announced that the Badgers game at Ohio State on September 28th will be in primetime with a 7pm central kickoff.  Rumors are also swirling that the Badgers may be looking to schedule a neutral site game with LSU at Lambeau Field.  The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that LSU officials have no interest in a neutral site game that far north.


Tebow Cut

The New York Jets cut QB Tim Tebow on Monday after just one season in New York. 


Girls Soccer

WLA 2 St. Mary’s Springs 0

North Fondy-Oakfield 4 Ripon 0 – Riley Louko 2 goals

New Holstein 1 Kiel 0 – Goal by Karli Fannin

Plymouth 4 Campbellsport 0



Lomira 8 St. Mary’s Springs 7

Plymouth 3 Campbellsport 0

WLA 10 Howards Grove 0

Beaver Dam 10 Waupun 0 – 5 innings



Appleton East 9 Fond du Lac 7 – Logan Wendt 2×3, 2B, 3 RBI

St. Mary’s Springs 5 Chilton 2 – 5 innings (lightning)

Lomira 4 Laconia 3

GM1: St. Lawrence 6 Living Word 2

GM2: St. Lawrence 7 Living Word 6


Boys Golf

Neenah 154 Fond du Lac 171 – Mitch Cardinal 39, Charlie Blagoue 41


Flyway Meet @ South Hills

1. St. Mary’s Springs, 2. WLA

WLA’s Eric Schroeder 36, SMSA’s Nate Strigenz 37


EWC @ Quit Qui Oc

Campbellsport won the ECW Meet at Quit Qui Oc on Monday. 


Boys Tennis

Whitefish Bay 5 Fond du Lac 2 – Kyle Dunn and Kenan Saleh won for Fondy


College Softball

GM1: Wisconsin Lutheran 7 Marian 5 – 8 innings

GM2: Marian 10 Wisconsin Lutheran 2 – 4 innings