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Tuesday September 20 Area High School Sports Schedule

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL South-Central Conference Wisconsin Dells at Mauston Westfield at Adams-Friendship Wautoma at Nekoosa Scenic Bluffs Conference Royall at New Lisbon Hillsboro at Brookwood Wonewoc-Center at Necedah Cashton at Bangor Tomah at La Crosse Logan (MVC) BOYS SOCCER Mauston at Wautoma  5 PM (Conference) Adams-Friendship at Black River Falls Wisconsin Dells at Belleville (Capitol Conference) More >

Bucks Announce Giannis Extension

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks say they’ll finalize a contract extension for Giannis Antetokounmpo at a news conference Tuesday afternoon. Media reports say the 21-year-old native of Greece will get a four year deal worth $100 million, the largest deal in Bucks’ history, and it will kick in next season after his rookie contract More >

McCarthy Vows To Have Packers Run More

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Green Bay coach Mike McCarthy says he’ll put a renewed focus on running the ball. The Packers only ran for 83 yards in their loss at Minnesota on Sunday night, and quarterback Aaron Rodgers scampered for 29 of those yards including a ten yard touchdown run. Green Bay tied for 18th More >

NFC North: Cutler Hurt In Bears’ Loss, Peterson Has Torn Meniscus

(Chicago, IL)  —  Chicago Bears’ quarterback Jay Cutler will have tests Tuesday on the right thumb he injured in the third quarter of a 29-14 home loss to Philadelphia Monday night. Cutler threw for 157 yards before going to the locker room right after throwing an interception to Nigel Bradham. Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz threw More >

Coach: Both QBs Need To Be Ready For UW’s Big Ten Opener

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst is not revealing who will start at quarterback for the Badgers’ Big Ten opener at Michigan State Saturday, but he says both must be ready to play. There were reports that redshirt freshman Alex Hornibrook would replace senior Bart Houston after Hornibrook rallied the Badgers in the second half of More >

Brewers To Open Season’s Final Homestand

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers will open their final homestand of the year Tuesday, when they open a three game series against Pittsburgh. The Pirates have long had trouble winning at Miller Park, but they swept the Crew for four games the last time they came in. The Pirates still have a remote chance More >

Badger Women’s Hockey Team No. 1 In USCHO Preseason Poll

(Undated)  —  The Wisconsin women’s hockey team is Number One in a preseason poll from US College Hockey Online. It’s the first time in five years the UW started the season at the top, and the Badgers have also been picked to repeat as the WCHA champions. Coach Mark Johnson’s Badgers went 35, four, and one More >

Necedah Cardinals Football Coach Jim Beaver

Friday September 23 Area High School Football Schedule

SOUTH-CENTRAL CONFERENCE Nekoosa at Mauston (SMASH Country 92-9 FM) Wisconsin Dells at Adams-Friendship Westfield at Wautoma SCENIC BLUFFS CONFERENCE Royall at Bangor (NOW 92-one FM) Hillsboro at Cashton Necedah at Brookwood New Lisbon at Belmont (Non-Conference) BADGER NORTH Sauk-Prairie at Reedsburg Baraboo at Monroe (Non-Conference) MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONFERENCE Tomah at Holmen  

Saturday September 17 Area High School Sports Summaries

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Mauston went to the Baraboo Invite short-handed on Saturday and the Golden Eagles lost all five dual matches against Baraboo, Westby, Richland Center, Lancaster and Mc Farland. Sam Thrasher had 11 digs against Lancaster in the loss. Mauston hosts Wisconsin Dells in an important SCC match tomorrow. Both Reedsburg and Wisconsin Dells went More >