Fond du Lac Sports Headlines
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Fondy tennis finishes 2nd in FVA
The Fond du Lac boys' tennis team finished fourth at the Fox Valley Association meet Thursday, but the Cardinals remained in second place overall in the conference standings - tied with Oshkosh North.
Girls soccer: WLA's Hall, McArthur each score a pair in win over Lomira
WLA 4, Lomira 1: The Vikings did all their damage in the first half, getting goals early and late from Danielle Hall and two in-between by Alesha McArthur.
WLA golf wins Flyway meet, Colla medals
Flyway Conference meet: Chris Colla fired a 78 to lead the Winnebago Lutheran golf team to a Flyway Conference title, winning by a large margin over Kettle Moraine Lutheran and St. Mary's Springs in a meet played at Rolling Meadows Golf Course.
Donigain scores a hat trick as Campbellsport soccer shuts out Kiel
Campbellsport 5, Kiel 0: Landon Donigain scored a hat trick as the Cougars cruised to a win over the Raiders on the road.
What's Brewing? Brewers can't afford to keep Wang
Wei-Chung Wang does not belong in a major league bullpen.
Hero cat 'throws' first pitch at baseball game
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) - A cat that became famous for saving a central California boy from a dog attack threw the first pitch Tuesday night at a Bakersfield Blaze baseball game - or at least she tried.
Senior Spotlight: Goal-oriented Kubicek set to break Mayville scoring record
Not Hope Kubicek. She's had her mind set on big numbers ever since she set foot in Mayville High School.
WLA baseball to host dedication of field, new scoreboard Friday
On Friday, Winnebago Lutheran Academy High School will host a dedication event for its baseball field and new scoreboard in the name of Ray Seibel, long-time former Vikings' coach and teacher.
Baseball: WLA clinches Flyway title with sweep of Laconia
WLA 4-11, Laconia 0-3: The Winnebago Lutheran Academy baseball team wrapped up the Flyway Conference championship with a home sweep of Laconia on Wednesday, beating the Spartans by scores of 4-0 and 11-3.
Fondy softball breezes past Menasha
Fond du Lac 8, Menasha 2: The Cardinals cruised at home by taking an 8-0 lead after four innings, scoring three times in both the second and fourth.
Reynolds, Lohse help Brewers avoid sweep in Atlanta
Mark Reynolds hit a first-inning grand slam, Kyle Lohse combined with Francisco Rodriguez on a five-hitter and the Brewers ended a four-game losing streak by beating the Braves 6-1 Wednesday night.
Softball: No. 3 Mayville rallies past No. 4 Horicon
Mayville 2, Horicon 1: Tied 1-1 in the top of the seventh inning, Claire Luebke tripled and then Bscored the go-ahead run on a single from Brianna Bauer as the division 2 third-ranked Cardinals topped D3's No. 4 Marshmen in a game with a combined four hits.
Soccer Shorts: Cut our volunteers some slack
I know this will maybe fall on deaf ears but I have to try and communicate it anyway.
Softball: Waupun downs New Hostein for 3rd straight EWC title
Waupun 9, New Holstein 2: The Waupun softball team won its third-straight Eastern Wisconsin Conference title Wednesday, riding a big game from senior Tiffany Killam on both sides of the plate in a 9-2 road victory over New Holstein.
Boys golf: CWC 5th, Oakfield 8th at Trailways Conference meet
Trailways Conference meet: Central Wisconsin Christian and Oakfield shot a 386 and 393 to place fifth and eighth in the 12-team meet, while Madison Abundant Life won with a 349.
Boys golf: Campbellsport 2nd, Waupun 5th at EWC meet
EWC meet: Sheboygan Falls finished off defense of its conference title, topping the standings once again at Whispering Springs Golf Club in Fond du Lac.
Tuesday's prep roundup
FVA Conference meet: The Fond du Lac girls track team continued its strong season Monday and Tuesday in Neenah at the Fox Valley Association Conference meet, which turned into a two-day meet as action was suspended Monday evening due to lightning.
CWC boys track 12th, girls 13th at Trailways meet
Trailways Conference meet: Led by its relay teams, the Central Wisconsin Christian boys finished 12th out of 15 teams, while the girls finished 13th.
Springs sweeps Flyway Conference track meet (story, video)
It came a day later than he wanted, but St. Mary's Springs boys track coach Bob Hyland was still thrilled with the way the Flyway Conference track meet finished Tuesday.
Oakfield baseball breezes past Princeton/Green Lake
Oakfield 9, Princeton/Green Lake 1: The Oaks took advantage of six Tigersharks errors while Tyler Burbach pitched seven strong innings.