Pewaukee’s Wilson Has Solid Round In Quest To Renew His PGA Tour Card

(Columbus, OH)  —  In golf, Pewaukee native Mark Wilson may have played himself back into contention to renew his PGA Tour card for 2017. Wilson is tied for fourth after the opening round of the Nationwide Children’s Hospital Championship in Columbus, Ohio. It’s the third of four playoff tournaments in the Web Dot Com Finals More >

Thursday September 22 Area High School Sports Schedule

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL South-Central Conference Mauston at Adams-Friendship Wautoma at Wisconsin Dells Westfield at Nekoosa Scenic Bluffs Conference Hillsboro at Wonewoc-Center postponed Brookwood at New Lisbon Necedah at Bangor Royall at Cashton Reedsburg at Mount Horeb (Badger North) BOYS SOCCER Prairie Du Chien at Mauston 5 PM cancelled Nekoosa at Adams-Friendship (Conference) 5 PM Watertown Luther More >

Bucks’ Middleton Out Six Months With Torn Hamstring

(Milwaukee, WI) —  The Milwaukee Bucks’ training camp is still five days away, and the team already has a major injury to one of its starters. The Bucks say shooting guard Khris Middleton will be out for about six months after he tore his left hamstring, and he’ll have surgery in the next week. The More >

Pirates Stay In Playoff Chase With Another Win At Milwaukee

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Sean Rodriguez hits a two run single and a solo homer to give Pittsburgh a 4-1 victory at Milwaukee. Andrew McCutcheon also homered, as the Pirates won their sixth game in their last seven to move to within three and one half games of the National League’s final Wild Card. The game was More >

Brewers’ Jungmann To Make First Start Since April

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Taylor Jungmann is about to make his first start since April. Brewers’ manager Craig Counsell says the 2011 first round draft choice will start Saturday’s home contest against Cincinnati. It’s been a challenging season for Jungmann, who began the year as the Brewers’ Number three starter but was quickly 0-4 with an ERA More >

Lions’ Coach Caldwell Won’t Kick Rodgers When He’s Down

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Detroit Lions coach Jim Caldwell will not kick Packers’ quarterback Aaron Rodgers while he’s down. The Lions play at Green Bay on Sunday, and Caldwell, a Beloit native, says his defense is preparing for a “phenomenal” quarterback who’s a great leader who can run and “make every throw.” Rodgers, a two time More >

Packers’ Defensive Linemen Guion, Jones Miss Practice

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Five Packers sat out Wednesday’s practice with various injuries. The biggest immediate concern is on the defensive line, as Letroy Guion and Datone Jones both have knee injuries and an uncertain playing status for Sunday’s Green Bay home opener against Detroit. Safety Morgan Burnett also missed practice with a groin injury, More >

Badgers Confirm That Hornibrook Will Start At Michigan State

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin will open its Big Ten football season with a redshirt freshman at quarterback. The Badgers confirmed on a Facebook Live video Wednesday night that Alex Hornibrook will be the starter when the tenth ranked UW plays at Number eight Michigan State. Media reports indicated that Hornibrook would start ahead of senior More >

Area High School Football Teams Move Up In The State Rankings

Two area high school football teams move up this week in the coaches state polls through five weeks of the 2016 season. Adams-Friendship is 5-0 to start the season and the Green Devils move up from number ten to number nine in the D-4 rankings this week with Adams hosting Wisconsin Dells this week. The More >

Tuesday September 20 Area High School Sports Summaries

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL South-Central Conference Mauston wins a big early season SCC match with a 3-2 victory over Wisconsin Dells in Mauston with the Golden Eagles now 3-0 in the South-Central. Mauston wins 25-21, 25-14, 12-25, 14-25 and 15-13 over Wisconsin Dells with the Lady Chiefs having won or shared the last eight SCC titles. Dayonna More >