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Thursday October 1 Area High School Sports Results

Mauston improves to 5-1 for the SCC volleyball season with a win in four sets over Westfield last night at Mauston High School. Mauston wins the match 25-16, 21-25, 25-18 and 25-21 with Olivia Kudick leading in assists with 13 and Rylie Honnold had 11, Morgan Denton had 11 kills while Dayonna Bolton and Sadie More >

Friday October 2 Area High School Football Previews

Mauston has not been a participant in the WIAA football playoffs since 2005 but that will change this year if the Golden Eagles can take care of business tonight on the home field against Wisconsin Dells Chiefs as the two area rivals square off in SCC football during Homecoming week in Mauston. The Golden Eagles More >

Lacy Expects To Be Fully Ready For 49ers

(Green Bay, WI) – With a taped-up ankle, Eddie Lacy expects to be fully ready for Sunday’s Green Bay Packer game at San Francisco. The third-year pro was a full participant at practice the last two days, as he still feels the effects of an injured right ankle suffered two weeks ago against Seattle. Lacy More >

Ex-Badger Levy Returns To Practice For Lions

(Allen Park, MI)  – Former Wisconsin linebacker DeAndre Levy returns to practice for the Detroit Lions, after being out for five weeks with a hip injury from training camp. The Milwaukee native sat out the Lions’ first three regular season games and their last two exhibitions. Levy is considered one of the NFL’s top outside More >

McEvoy Continues Two-Way Role For Badgers

(Madison, WI) – Don’t be surprised to see Tanner McEvoy all over the field again tomorrow, when Wisconsin opens its Big Ten schedule against Iowa at Camp Randall Stadium. The senior has played at receiver, quarterback, and safety this season. A year ago, McEvoy ran for a 45-yard touchdown in a backup role at quarterback in More >

Mayo Returns To Bucks

(Madison, WI) — OJ Mayo is back with the Milwaukee Bucks. The veteran shooting guard went through his first practice at training camp yesterday, after being away this week with a family situation. Bucks’ coach Jason Kidd said Mayo looked good at the Bucks’ daytime practice and he expected the same at the team’s workout More >

Kennedy strikes out 11, Solarte homers in Padres’ 3-1 win

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Ian Kennedy struck out 11 in what was likely his final start with San Diego and Yangervis Solarte hit a two-run homer for the Padres, who beat Milwaukee 3-1 in their home finale on Thursday. The Padres underachieved this year, extending their postseason drought to nine seasons despite a roster overhaul that More >

Former Milwaukee Bucks cheerleader sues team over pay

MILWAUKEE (AP) — A former Milwaukee Bucks cheerleader has sued the team, saying the flat-rate pay system dancers work under leaves them earning far less than minimum wage. The lawsuit is believed to be the first on behalf of dancers against an NBA franchise, and it comes after several similar filings against NFL teams. Lead plaintiff Lauren More >

Badger Volleyball Knocks Off Seventh Ranked Illinois

The Wisconsin volleyball team has ended a three-match losing streak by upsetting Number-seven Illinois in four sets. The Badgers out-hit the Illini .268 to .178. Ramona Kriskova had a season-high 15 kills to lead Wisconsin. Lauren Carlini had 48 assists and 13 digs, as the Badgers improved to one-and-two in the Big Ten and nine-and-four More >

Packers Datone Jones Ready To Go At San Francisco

Green Bay Packers’ defensive end Datone Jones never got a concussion in Monday night’s home win over Kansas City. He left the game early, after an apparent helmet-to-helmet collision with his teammate Joe Thomas. Jones now says Thomas hit his shoulder pad, not his head. He says he never felt spacey, and he was upset More >