Sports – Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

Brewers Host Rangers

The Brewers will host Texas in a quick two game interleague series beginning tonight at Miller Park.  The Brewers have lost five in a row and will send Wily Peralta to the hill against Justin Grimm. Coverage begins at 6:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


NL Central

Cubs 9 Texas 2

Cincinnati 7 Atlanta 4


NBA Playoffs

Chicago 93 Miami 86 – Jimmy Butler 21 pts, 14 rebs

San Antonio 129 Golden State 127 – 2 OT, Parker 28, Curry 44 pts


NHL Playoffs

Boston 5 Toronto 2

NY Rangers 4 Washington 3

Detroit 3 Anaheim 2

LA 4 St. Louis 3


Vikings Top Ledgers

The Winnebago Lutheran baseball team completed the season sweep of cross-town rival St. Mary’s Springs with a 5-2 win at Viking Field on Monday night.  WLA scored single runs in the first three innings and then a pair of runs in the 4th.  Cleanup hitter Ryan Boelk successfully completed suicide squeeze bunts in the 1st and 3rd to plate runs.  Mitch McFArlane drove in the WLA run in the 2nd inning.  WLA’s two runs in the 4th came on an error and a wild pitch.  St. Mary’s Spring got their first hit of the game in the 6th when Jacob Schneider blasted a home run to left.  Eric Feldner added a solo shot in the 7th for SMSA.  Kevin Seibel picked up the win while Maustin Otterstatter tallied the final out of the game to notch the save.  Feldner was the hard luck loser for St. Mary’s Springs.  St. Mary’s Springs (4-3) goes to Kettle Moraine Lutheran on Tuesday, while WLA (8-3) plays a double header at Lomira.



Appleton North 5 Fond du Lac 1 – Tyler Kryzanowski 2×4

WLA 5 St. Mary’s Springs 2 – WLA: Boelk 2 RBI SMSA: HRs: Schneider, Feldner

Menasha St. Mary’s Central 6 St. Lawrence 2

Laconia 3 KML 2



St. Mary’s Springs 10 North Fond du Lac 2 – Elenore Mueller 3×4, HR, 3 RBI

GM1: Campbellsport 18 Two Rivers 2 – Elicia Engel 3 hits, 2 2Bs

GM2: Campbellsport 18 Two Rivers 1 – Brianna Gruenwald 11 Ks


Boys Golf – Flyway – Tuscumbia

1. St. Mary’s Springs 2. WLA

1. WLA’s Chris Colla 35, 2. Nate Strigenz  37


Boys Golf – Merrill Hills

Fond du Lac was 8th.  Charlie Blagoue 39, Mitch Cardinal 40.


Boys Golf – EWC  –  Rock River

  1. Sheboygan Falls, 3. Campbellsport, 5. Waupun, 8 New Holstein


Boys Tennis

Waupun 4 St. Mary’s Springs 3


High School Rugby

The FDL Stoutmen high school boys rugby team defeated the Appleton Dragons on Monday evening at Lions Park in Greenville by a score of 34-15.  The Stoutmen jumped out to a 24-0 lead but Appleton scored two trys at the end of the first half bringing the score to 24-10 at half. Fond du Lac added two trys in the second half to seal the victory, raising their record to 3-1-1.  Scoring for the Stoutmen were Jason Winkleman, Ezra Poss, Andy Johnston, Eric Fritsch, and Jordan Stanchfield. The Stoutmen travel to Little Chute to play the Black Knights this Friday.  Then on Monday they face the Oshkosh Pigs at home for their final home game of the season.


Boys Track

The Fond du Lac Boys Track team took 3rd place Monday at the FVA Conference relays finishing behind Kimberly and Appleton North.   The FVA Conference Championships will be contested next week Monday at Papermaker Stadium in Kimberly.


Top 3 Finishers:


Shot Put Relay 

2nd Place

Mike Thies – 47′ 2″

Peter Andrew – 48′ 10″

Ben Maruska – 47′ 5″


Triple Jump Relay 

1st Place

Kyle Pierce – 41′ 7 3/4″

Phillip Johnson – 38′ 3 3/4″

Jacob Buerger – 39′ 3″


Long Jump Relay

3rd Place

Kyle Pierce – 21′ 3 1/4″

Austin McCrory – 19′ 3.5″

Phillip Johnson – 17′ 6.5″


3200m Relay

2nd Place – Nolan Cunningham, Troy Schneider, Eric Schoenbach, Elliot Pieper



1600m Relay

2nd Place – Jacob Baus, Chris Hafemann, Mackenzie Nick, Nathan Gunderson



300m Intermediate Hurdle Relay

2nd Place 

Mackenzie Nick – 42.22

Brain Luteyn – 42.82

Ben Todd – 45.51


110m High Hurdle Relay

3rd Place

Mackenzie Nick – 16.59

Brian Luteyn – 16.32

Lucas Raube – 17.10


High School Soccer On KFIZ

Winnebago Lutheran hosts Central Wisconsin Christian this afternoon in girls high school soccer.  You’ll hear it on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.  Coverage begins at 4:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show. The kickoff is set for 4:30pm.  The game also streams at