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PGA: State Players Struggle At John Deere

(Silvis, IL)  —  Both Wisconsin golfers at the John Deere Classic are struggling after their opening rounds on Thursday. Steve Stricker of Madison, who has won this event three straight times, is tied for 111th after shooting a plus two 73 on Thursday, and Pewaukee native Mark Wilson is tied with Stricker entering Friday’s second More >

Bucks Seek To Avoid A 1-4 Finish In Summer League

(Las Vegas, NV)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks will try to avoid a 1-4 finish in their NBA Summer League, when they close out their five game schedule Friday evening against the Utah Jazz in Las Vegas. The 14th seeded Bucks are in a tournament for ninth through 24th place. And they didn’t help themselves when More >

Marquette Men’s Basketball Alumni Prepare For Tourney

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Some former Marquette men’s basketball players will wrap up a three day training camp Friday, before they start playing in a tournament this weekend. It’s simply called “The Basketball Tournament,” and it gives two million dollars to the winner. Fond du Lac native and former Marquette star Travis Diener helped start the More >

WIAA: State Prep Summer Baseball Catches Up, Hauser To Retire

(Undated)  —  The state high school summer baseball tournament is back on schedule after heavy rains and flooding this week. The field has been cut to 16 teams after some delayed contests were played Thursday. All four Number One seeds are still alive after West Bend West, Oak Creek, and Milwaukee Marquette scored easy victories More >

Brewers to celebrate 35th anniversary of 1982 American League

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The Milwaukee Brewers will celebrate the 35th anniversary of their 1982 American League Championship team this weekend. The highlight will be a reunion of the 1982 team in an on-field ceremony at Miller Park before Saturday’s 6:10 p.m. game against the Philadelphia Phillies. Members of the team will hold a 45-minute autograph More >

Brewers Remain In First Despite Injuries, Slumps To Key Players

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers will start the season’s second half as the only team in the National League Central division to have a winning record at 50-41. And that’s despite some big slumps and major injuries to key players. Ryan Braun, Eric Thames, and Opening Day starter Junior Guerra all suffered injuries which More >

NBA Summer League: Bucks Lose To Kings

(Las Vegas, NV)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks fall to 1-3 in the NBA Summer League after losing their playoff tournament opener 69-65 to Sacramento on Wednesday night in Las Vegas. The Bucks led by six with almost five minutes to play, but they only made one of eight shots the rest of the way as More >

Packers Report $73 Million Profit, Record Revenues

(Green Bay, WI)  —  The Green Bay Packers report a net income of almost $73 million for the year ending in March. The NFL’s only publicly owned team set another record for total revenues with 441 million, eight percent more than the previous year due to increases in national TV revenues, sponsorships, ticket money, and More >

PGA: Stricker, Wilson Play In John Deere Classic

(Silvis, IL)  —  In golf, Steve Stricker of Madison and Pewaukee native Mark Wilson will play at the PGA’s John Deere Classic that starts Thursday in Silvis, Illinois. Stricker has had unusual success at the TPC Deere Run course, but it’s been six years since he won his third straight tournament there. Jerry Kelly of More >

Rains Delay Summer Prep Baseball Regionals

(Undated)  —  Heavy rains and floods are causing delays at the WIAA state high school summer baseball tournament. Sixteen regional winners were supposed to be determined Wednesday, but only one of the four top seeds played as Number One New Holstein eliminated Oostburg 4-3. The other Number Ones, West Bend West, Oak Creek, and Milwaukee More >