Sports

Men’s D1 Hoops: Marquette Falls, UWGB Ends Seven Game Win Streak

(Undated)  —  The Butler men’s basketball team shoots 70 percent in the second half to beat Marquette Monday, 88-80 in Indianapolis. The Golden Eagles blew a 16 point lead at the break, giving up 24 points in the paint in the final 20 minutes. It was the fourth time in five games that Butler came back More >

Women’s D1 Hoops: Turnovers Hurt UW In Loss At Penn State

(University Park, PA) — The Wisconsin women commit 25 turnovers to Penn State’s six, as the Badgers got crushed on the Lady Lions’ home floor, 76-46 on Monday night. Penn State took a ten point lead at the half with the help of a late 8-2 run, and the Lions put the game away by More >

Division II Hoops: Parkside Men Win 15th Straight

(Romeoville, IL)  —  In Division Two basketball, the UW Parkside men have won 15 straight after a 71-66 victory at Lewis on Monday in Romeoville, Illinois. Miles Simelton put Lewis up by one by making a pair of free throws with 83 seconds left, and then Chavares Flanigan put Parkside in the lead for good More >

D3 Hoops Polls: River Falls men make national Top Five

(Undated)  —  The UW River Falls men make the national Top Five. The Falcons moved up two places to fifth in this week’s Division Three basketball poll from D3hoops.com. River Falls is 14-1 overall with a 12 game winning streak, and they have not lost since November 19th to Hope College of Michigan. Saint Norbert More >

Packer/Dallas game draws record TV ratings

(Undated)  —  Almost one of every seven Americans watched the Green Bay Packers upset Dallas on Sunday. Nielsen’s early ratings show that 48.5 million people watched at least some part of the game, and the network that carried it, Fox, says the overnight rating of 28.2 was the highest for any NFL second round playoff More >

Saturday January 14 Area High School Sports Summaries

WRESTLING Mauston competed in a tournament at Stevens Point with an unfamilar format with individual results and dual meet scores both involved in the final scoring. Teagan Miller and Jarrett Dolata both went unbeaten on the day for the Golden Eagles and Jared Lenze was 4-1 and Matthew Chambers 3-2 on the day as Mauston More >

Packers Advance To NFC Title Game With Upset At Dallas

(Arlington, TX)  —  The Green Bay Packers advance to their fourth NFC Championship Game in coach Mike McCarthy’s eleven seasons, with a gut wrenching 34-31 divisional round victory at Dallas. The Packers blew a 21-3 lead, and with the score tied at 31, Aaron Rodgers threw a 36-yard sideline pass to Jared Cook with 12 More >

Packers’ Defense Loses Burnett

(Arlington, TX)  —  In the end, it appeared that Micah Hyde and rookie LaDarius Gunter were the only ones making plays for a Green Bay secondary that suffered another key injury. Safety Morgan Burnett injured a quad muscle in the first half at Dallas, losing their most versatile veteran who expanded his territory into the More >

Tornado Warning Holds Up Packers’ Departure

(Arlington, TX)  —  A tornado warning kept the Packers from leaving AT&T Stadium for more than one hour after they were planning to leave Sunday night. A number of fans, some of the Cowboys, and all of Green Bay’s traveling group were held up before the National Weather Service finally issued an “all clear” about More >

Bucks Lose At Atlanta, Former Buck Dunleavy Scores 20

(Atlanta, GA) — Former Milwaukee Buck Mike Dunleavy scores 20 points off the bench against his old team, as the Bucks lost at Atlanta on Sunday 111-98. The Hawks made 13 of 26 shots from three point range, and Dunleavy made four of five from beyond the arc while Kent Bazemore lead Atlanta with 24 More >