Sports

Packers: Nelson Takes It Slow, Punting Competition Continues

(Green Bay, WI)  —  The Green Bay Packers will apparently take it slow with Jordy Nelson as the Pro Bowl receiver returns from injuries to both knees, including an ACL that kept him out all of last season. On Monday, Nelson did not take part in any team drills, and he might not do so More >

Badgers’ Neuville Moves From Defense To Tight End

(Madison, WI)  —  Wisconsin backup defensive end Zander Neuville gets his first major practice test at a new position, tight end. The sophomore from Waupaca High School took part in full team sessions and seven on seven passing drills Monday. Neuville was filling in for starter Troy Fumagalli, who sat out of practice with an More >

Bucks Sign Jason Terry

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks have signed veteran guard Jason Terry to a one year contract. The 38-year-old Terry was a teammate of Bucks’ coach Jason Kidd on the NBA champion Dallas Mavericks from 2011, and the 17 year NBA veteran says he wants to help Kidd grow his young team. Terry also said More >

Tuesday August 23 Area High School Sports Schedule

BOYS SOCCER River Valley at Mauston Black River Falls at Adams-Friendship Wisconsin Dells at Dodgeville Tomah at Reedsburg CROSS COUNTRY Wisconsin Dells, Hillsboro and Royall at Westby Invite VOLLEYBALL Kickapoo at Wonewoc-Center GIRLS TENNIS Lodi at Wisconsin Dells Tomah at Onalaska Luther GIRLS GOLF Wisconsin Dells at Holmen Invite Waunakee at Reedsburg (Badger North)

Brewers Get Their First Ninth Inning Comeback Win This Season

(Seattle, WA)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers come from behind in the ninth inning for the first time this season to win at Seattle, 7-6. The Crew was down by three to start the ninth when Keon Broxton hit his second homer of the game, Chris Carter belted a two run homer to tie it, and More >

Brewers’ Reliever Capuano “Unlikely” To Return This Year

(Seattle, WA)  —  Brewers’ reliever Chris Capuano is “unlikely” to return this year after being out since late May with an injured left throwing elbow. General manager David Stearns says Capuano, who turned 38 on Friday, has had some “ups and downs” in his rehab process. But Capuano wants to continue his career, and Stearns More >

Butler Helps US Men’s Hoops Win Third Straight Gold

(Rio de Janiero, Brazil)  —  Former Marquette guard Jimmy Butler helps the US win its third straight Olympic gold medal in men’s basketball, as the US crushed Serbia 96-66 in the title game Sunday in Rio. The 26-year-old Butler, an NBA standout with Chicago, had two points, five rebounds, and one blocked shot in 12 More >

PGA: Kelly Ties For 22nd At Wyndham Championship, Wilson 72nd

(Greensboro, NC)  —  Madison golfer Jerry Kelly ties for 22nd at the PGA’s Wyndham Championship in Greensboro, North Carolina. Kelly shot an even par 70 in his final round Sunday to finish at minus ten 270. That’s eleven strokes behind the winner, Si Woo Kim. Pewaukee native Mark Wilson tied for 72nd at minus one More >

NASCAR: Crash Drops Kenseth To 37th At Bristol

(Bristol, TN)  —  An eleven car accident causes Matt Kenseth of Cambridge to finish 37th at the NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Bristol, Tennessee. Kenseth was fifth when the Bass Pro Shops/NRA Night Race was suspended Saturday night due to rain. But after it resumed Sunday, Kenseth got swept up in a crash between Kurt More >

Also: Packers Return To Practice, Yount Auctions Memorabilia

(Undated)  —  The Green Bay Packers will have two practices open to fans this week including Monday, when Jordy Nelson hits the field for the first time at Training Camp. Nelson is coming off a torn ACL in his right knee, and the public practices begin at 12:15 pm Monday and 11:45 am Tuesday. Also, More >