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Brewers Bats Booming In Arizona Last Night

The Milwaukee Brewers crushed the Arizona Diamondbacks 12-to-nothing last night in a Cactus League exhibition at Scottsdale.  The Crew scored seven runs in the fifth inning, and out-hit Arizona 13-to-4.  Jean Segura had three hits and three R-B-I’s.  Scooter Gennett added a pair of hits and two R-B-I’s.  Adam Lind and Elian Herrera each drove More >

Badgers Looking For Stronger Inside Play Against North Carolina Thursday

Wisconsin expects to play a better inside game on both ends of the court tomorrow night against North Carolina in the N-C-A-A men’s basketball Sweet-16 round.  On offense, point guard Bronson Koenig said the top-seeded Badgers need to feed center Frank Kaminsky more often.  He’s had relatively quiet first halves in three of his last More >

Charges Dropped For Letroy Guion

Green Bay Packers’ nose tackle Letroy Guion had his drug-and-gun charges dropped yesterday in his home town of Starke Florida.  He struck a deal with prosecutors in which he paid a five-thousand-dollar fine, in exchange for having his charges dismissed as a first-time offender.  Police stopped Guion February 3rd for not driving in his own More >

A Key Win For The Bucks Tuesday Against Miami

Khris Middleton hit a three-pointer at the final buzzer last night to give the Milwaukee Bucks an 89-to-88 home victory over Miami.  The Bucks came back from 16 points down early in the fourth quarter, ending the game on an 18-to-3 run in the final six-and-a-half minutes.  It snapped Milwaukee’s six-game losing streak, and it More >

Hillsboro’s Max Stockwell Earns More Honors From The State Tournament

Hillsboro Junior Max Stockwell was named to the ten-player All-State Tournament boys basketball team for his efforts last weekend at the Kohl Center. Stockwell scored a combined 45 points with 17 rebounds and 11 assists in the two games at State for the Tigers, a win over Green Bay NEW Lutheran and a loss to More >

Area High School Baseball Pre-Season Underway This Week

Area high school baseball players and teams were greeted with snowfall on the first day of pre-season workouts but preparations are underway nevertheless for the 2015 season. Zach Van Wie and Justin Hintze return as all-league first teamers for Wisconsin Dells in the SCC with teammate Diggy Cimaroli a returning second teamer for the Chiefs. More >

Mike Fiers Progressing Well At Brewers Spring Training

Mike Fiers is still projected to be the Number-four starter for the Milwaukee Brewers once the regular season begins.  Concerns were raised when Fiers suffered from shoulder fatigue last week.  It caused the right-hander to miss a scheduled start — but Fiers pitched three-and-a-third scoreless innings in a minor league game on Sunday.  He struck More >

North Carolina May Be Without A Key Player Thursday Against The Badgers

North Carolina coach Roy Williams says he does not think that starting forward Kennedy Meeks will play against Wisconsin on Thursday night in their N-C-A-A Sweet-16 game.  However, the coach is not ruling it out yet.  On his radio show last night, Williams said the sophomore Meeks did not practice yesterday — and if he More >

Adams-Friendship High School Wrestling Award Winners Announced

The wrestling program at Adams-Friendship High School was recognized recently as coach Shawn Groshek has announced the team’s award winners from the end of season banquet. It was a rough season team-wise for the Green Devils and their less than full numbers lineup, tying for last place in the Conference standings but Trenton Mc Manus, More >

Necedah Boys Basketball Announces Award Winners For This Season

Necedah enjoyed a 16-win season in high school boys basketball and the Cardinals season was recognized recently at the team’s awards banquet. Coach Kris Saylor’s squad was 16-6 overall with a 9-5 Scenic Bluffs Conference record, good for third place. Seniors Jordan Murphy, Matt Brown, Isiah Dutschecek and Ashton Knutson were the captains with Murphy More >