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Tuesday May 24 Area High School Sports Summaries

WIAA REGIONAL SOFTBALL Mauston sees their season end with a 6-1 loss at Portage in D-2. Mauston had only two hits with Skyylar Brescia taking the loss, walking seven and fanning five and giving up five hits. Mauston was certainly an improved squad this season, ending up 8-15 overall with the eight wins the most More >

UW Men’s Hoops: Hayes To Return, Syracuse ACC Challenge Opponent

(Madison, WI)  —  Nigel Hayes will return for his senior year at Wisconsin, after pulling out of next month’s NBA Draft. He was  expected to be a second round pick after making 37 percent of his shots last season and having an average performance at the recent draft combine in Chicago. Hayes says it was More >

Packers Could Still Bring Kuhn Back

(Green Bay, WI)  —  John Kuhn remains unsigned, but Green Bay Packers’ coach Mike McCarthy says the door is not closed yet for the 33-year-old fullback. As a free agent, Kuhn was a no-show for the Packers’ first public OTA practice of the season Tuesday. Afterward, McCarthy said player acquisition is a year round process More >

Gennett’s Fielding, Hitting Help Brewers Edge Atlanta

(Atlanta, GA)  —  Scooter Gennett made a pair of standout plays to help the Milwaukee Brewers get by the Braves in Atlanta 2-1. Gennett held his tag on Mallex Smith through a stolen base attempt at second, and a replay review showed that the runner was out to end the seventh inning and then in More >

Brewers Relievers Knebel, Smith Make Steps Toward Returning

(Undated)  —  The busy Milwaukee bullpen is not at full strength, but it’s getting closer as Corey Knebel and Will Smith make positive steps toward coming back. Right hander Knebel completed his third bullpen session Tuesday as he continues his recovery from an injured left oblique muscle suffered March 31st in an exhibition at Houston. More >

NHL: Kessel Helps Penguins Stay Alive In East Finals

(Tampa, FL)  —  Madison area native Phil Kessel helps the Pittsburgh Penguins stay alive in the NHL playoffs. Kessel and four other Penguins scored one goal each to give Pittsburgh a 5-2 victory at Tampa to tie the Eastern Conference Finals at three games each, with a decisive Game Seven Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Kessel drew More >

NBA: Bogut In Early Foul Trouble As Warriors Face Elimination

(Oklahoma City, OK)  —  Former Milwaukee Bucks’ center Andrew Bogut gets into early foul trouble, as his Golden State Warriors lose at Oklahoma City 118-94 in Game Four of the NBA Western Conference Finals. Bogut picked up his third foul midway through the second quarter, and he ended up with four fouls in eleven minutes More >

Final Area Spring High School Sports Conference Standings

SOFTBALL South-Central Conference Westfield 9-1, Wisconsin Dells 8-2, Adams-Friendship 5-5, Wautoma 5-5, Mauston 3-7, Nekoosa 0-10 Scenic Bluffs Conference Cashton 13-1, New Lisbon 10-4, Bangor 9-5, Hillsboro 7-7, Brookwood 7-7, Royall 6-8, Necedah 4-10, Wonewoc-Center 0-14 BASEBALL South-Central Conference Wisconsin Dells 8-2, Mauston 7-3, Westfield 6-4, Wautoma 5-5, Nekooosa 3-7 Adams-Friendship 1-9 Scenic Bluffs Conference More >

Tuesday May 24 Area High School Sports Schedule

WIAA REGIONAL SOFTBALL Mauston at Portage (D-2) Reedsburg at Wisconsin Dells (D-2) Omro at Adams-Friendship (D-2) Necedah at Shiocton (D-3) North Crawford at New Lisbon (D-4) La Farge at Royall (D-4) Kickapoo at Hillsboro (D-4) Wonewoc-Center at Seneca (D-4) Weston at Bangor (D-4) WIAA REGIONAL BOYS GOLF Mauston, Wisconsin Dells at Prairie Du Chien Regional More >

Mauston Golden Eagle Softball Coach Mary Peterson