15 May 2017 Sports
Scores from May 12th
Ripon 12, Lourdes Academy 1 (5 innings)
Kettle Moraine Lutheran 8, Milwaukee Lutheran 4
Waupun 11, Winnebago Lutheran 2
New London 4, Winneconne 3
Mayville 6, Horicon 5
Omro 5, Wautoma 3
Wausau East 3, Nekoosa 2
Lake Mills 8, Wisconsin Dells 7
Green Lake/Princeton 4, Randolph 3 (9 innings)
Gibralter 8, Lourdes Academy/Valley Christian 5 (Sat.)
Hortonville 3, Neenah 1
Campbellsport 12, Sturgeon Bay 0
Wauwatosa West 11, Kettle Morain Lutheran 2 (Sat.)
Kewaskum 1, Southern Door 0 (Sat.)
Lourdes Academy 11, Ripon 1
Laconia 5, Waupun 0 (Sat.)
Oakfield 3, Laconia 0 (Sat.)
Winneconne 10, Waupaca 0 (Sat.)
Lomira 6, Waunakee 1
Omro 9, Wautoma 4
Fond du Lac 7, Mukwonago 2 (Sat.)
Randolph 17, Princeton/Green Lake 2
Lourdes Academy 11, Saint Thomas Aquinas/Lena 4 (Sat.)
Stockbridge/Hilbert 9, Montello 8 (Sat.)
Horicon 15, Deerfield 0
Beaver Dam 3, Oshkosh West 1 (Sat.)
Brewers bash Mets pitching again, come back for 11-9 win
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Manny Pina hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, capping the Milwaukee Brewers’ comeback from a six-run deficit for an 11-9 win Sunday over the New York Mets.
The Brewers swept the three-game series from struggling New York. The Mets have lost four straight.
Pina hit a 3-2 slider from Addison Reed (0-2) over the wall in left. The Brewers catcher celebrated by slapping a hand against his chest after rounding first and pointing to fans in the stands as he skipped toward a dugout full of by happy teammates.
The Brewers scored 10 runs over their final three innings, teeing off on the Mets bullpen after a solid start by Jacob deGrom. He allowed eight hits and four runs before being lifted in the seventh after allowing a leadoff single to Domingo Santana.
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Stephen (STEH’-fehn) Curry and Kevin Durant fueled Golden State’s huge comeback from a 25-point deficit in Game 1 of the NBA’s Western Conference finals, a 113-111 win over San Antonio. Curry scored 19 of his game-high 40 points in the third quarter, and Kevin Durant added 10 of his 34 points while the Warriors were staging a run in the final period. The Spurs finished without Kawhi (kah-WY’) Leonard, who had 26 points and eight rebounds before re-injuring his left ankle in the third quarter.
ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Anaheim Ducks have evened the NHL’s Western Conference finals at a game apiece by erasing deficits of 2-0 and 3-2 in a 5-3 verdict over the visiting Nashville Predators. Nick Ritchie broke a 3-3 tie late in the second period on an assist from Ryan Getzlaf (GETS’-laf), who set up three goals. The Ducks stormed back after Ryan Johansen registered a goal and an assist to help the Predators take a 2-0 lead 8 ½ minutes into the opening period.
NEW YORK (AP) — Derek Jeter has become the 22nd player to have his number retired by the New York Yankees, who held the ceremony before last night’s game against Houston. Wearing No. 2, Jeter captained the Yankees during much of a 20-year career that ended in 2014 and included five World Series titles and a team-record 3,465 hits. The Yankees also unveiled a plaque in his honor that will be placed in Monument Park behind center field.
UNDATED (AP) — The Yankees say closer Aroldis Chapman will miss at least a month due to rotator cuff inflammation in his left shoulder. Chapman underwent an MRI Saturday after allowing a run while recording just two outs in the ninth inning of Friday’s loss to Houston. He told manager Joe Girardi that he was fine after he left the game, but he admitted to a trainer that his shoulder was sore.
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — South Korea’s Si Woo Kim has become the youngest winner of The Players Championship. The 21-year-old Kim was nearly flawless in his final round at TPC Sawgrass, closing with a 3-under 69 with no bogeys for a three-shot victory over Ian Poulter and Louis Oosthuizen (WUHST’-hy-zehn). Kim gets $1.89 million for his second PGA Tour victory, and a three-year exemption to the Masters.