Monday October 12 Area High School Sports Report

Mauston had another good showing at Saturday’s Wisconsin Rapids Cross Country Invite as the Golden Eagles had one final tune-up before this week’s South-Central Conference Meet. The Mauston girls were 5th in team scoring among 17 schools in their grouping with Gabby Lee earning a medal with an 8th place finish individual finish to lead More >

Defense Shines In Packers’ Victory

(Green Bay, WI)  —  A solid pass defense helps the Green Bay Packers improve to five-and-oh with a 24-10 home victory over the Saint Louis Rams. Aaron Rodgers threw two interceptions, his first at Lambeau Field since late 2012. But Rams’ quarterback Nick Foles threw four picks and was sacked three times by a tenacious Green More >

Packers Open Two-And-A-Half Game Division Lead

(Undated) — The Packers now have a two-and-a-half game lead in the NFC North Division, with five straight wins to open the season. Second-place Minnesota had their bye Sunday, and is two-and-two. Third-place Chicago is now two-and-three, after a Jay Cutler touchdown pass to Matt Forte with 18 seconds left gave the Bears an 18-17 More >

Whitewater Falls To Sixth In D-Three Poll

(Undated)  —  UW-Whitewater drops from first-place to sixth in the new D3 poll. That’s after the Warhawks lost at UW Oshkosh 10-7 on Saturday. That ended Whitewater’s 36-game winning streak, the longest active string in all of college football and the sixth-longest in NCAA Division 3 history. The win moved Oshkosh ahead of Whitewater More >

Kenseth Crash Damages Sprint Cup Title Hopes

(Charlotte, NC)  —  Wisconsin NASCAR driver Matt Kenseth damages his Sprint Cup title hopes in a series of incidents at the rain-delayed Bank of America 500 in Charlotte. The Cambridge native had a couple of slow pit stops early. He over-drove his pit lane in one incident, and his jack-man slipped in the other. On More >

Women’s Hockey: Badgers Crush Ohio State

(Madison, WI)  —  The Wisconsin women’s hockey team remains undefeated after four games. That’s after the Badgers crushed Ohio State eight-to-nothing at home yesterday (Sunday), to win their first WCHA series of the young season. Emily Clark scored twice, and Ann-Renee Desbiens had 19 saves for the third-ranked Badgers. The Buckeyes fell to 2-and-2 overall.

Saturday October 10 Area High School Sports Preview

Mauston runs in their second meet of the week in high school cross country today as the Golden Eagles are part of the large field of schools at 10:30 AM at Wisconsin Rapids at the Ridges Golf Course, site of the WIAA State Meet in early November. Mauston won a boys team title at Black More >

Friday October 9 Area High School Football Summaries

South-Central Conference Adams-Friendship 32 Mauston 14  Adams stays in the hunt for a playoff berth, improving to 2-2 in the South-Central, while Mauston falls to 3-1 in conference and out of first place behind Wautoma. Mauston led 14-6 at the half but the Golden Eagles were outscored 26-0 in the second half. QB Joe Duty More >

Friday October 9 Area High School Sports Report

Wisconsin Dells has wrapped up at least a share of an 8th straight SCC volleyball title, improving to 8-0 in the South-Central with a 3-0 sweep of Mauston at Mauston High School Thursday night. Dells pulls off a sweep over the second place Golden Eagles for the second time this season with a 25-18, 25-10 More >

Badger Men’s Hockey Season Begins Tonight

The Wisconsin men’s hockey team is glad to be back at Square-One, as it opens its season tonight (Friday) at home against Northern Michigan of the W-C-H-A. Coach Mike Eaves’ Badgers are coming off a dismal four-26-and-five campaign from a year ago, with only two victories in 21 Big Ten Conference match-ups. Wisconsin has started More >