WRJC Radio - Mauston, Juneau County, Wisconsin http://www.wrjc.com Sun, 01 Feb 2015 22:58:06 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Saturday January 31 Area High School Sports Summaries http://www.wrjc.com/sports/saturday-january-31-area-high-school-sports-summaries/ http://www.wrjc.com/sports/saturday-january-31-area-high-school-sports-summaries/#comments Sun, 01 Feb 2015 22:58:06 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103567 More >]]> BOYS BASKETBALL

Mauston’s four-game win streak in high school boys basketball is over as Lake Mills took it to the Golden Eagles in the first half en route to a 63-45 win Saturday in Lake Mills. Mauston, now 13-3 overall, found themselves down 36-17 at the half and could not recover with Lake Mills also now 13-3 for the season after the victory. Tarren Hall scored 20 points to lead Mauston but no one else had more than eight. Mauston goes to Wisconsin Dells Tuesday.

Wisconsin Dells dropped a 65-54 decision at New Glarus Saturday in boys basketball with the Chiefs now 5-11 for the season. Dells fell behind 47-30 after three quarters with Zach Van Wie scoring 18, Peyton Rohling 14 and Connor Hirst 14 for the Chiefs who were minus three players who were sitting out for their part in Tuesday’s on-court fight against Wautoma.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

The Dells girls had better news in their trip to New Glarus Saturday, posting a 54-41 victory to improve to 13-3 for the season. Jaden Ward had one of her best offensive games of the season with 25 points and Hunter Hickey added 12 for the Lady Chiefs.

Portage broke away late in a 48-39 Badger North girls basketball win at Reedsburg Saturday. Portage outscored the Beavers 17-10 in the final period after it being a close contest throughout. Tiernede Schrank scored 16 and Anna Pawlisch ten for the Beavers who are 3-6 in the league and 9-8 overall.

WRESTLING

Royall High School places 4th among 14 teams at the Indee Wrestling Invite held Saturday at Independence High School./ Trenton Pasch took home first place honors at 152 pounds with Gunnar Juresh at 113, Noah Freidl at 145 and Mark Preuss at 170 all placing third for the Panthers. Necedah finished in last place in team scoring with only four wrestlers competing and no top four finishes. Eau Claire North won the team title.

Wisconsin Dells placed 6th among 17 schools at the Wisconsin Dells Invite Saturday with three states represented in the day long event at Wisconsin Dells High School. Alex Morzy won a title at 113 pounds for the Chiefs with Willie Vandenlangenberg third at 152 pounds.

HOCKEY

Badger Thunder girls hockey won two games over the weekend in a girls hockey tournament at Beaver Dam. The Thunder won 8-2 over Beaver Dam with Emma Capener scoring three goals and Sarah Christenson and Rachel Pawlak two each and the Thunder also won 3-0 over the Chippewa Falls coop with goalie Jamie Dutton stopping 35 shots for the shutout.

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Friday January 30 Area High School Sports Summaries http://www.wrjc.com/sports/friday-january-30-area-high-school-sports-summaries/ http://www.wrjc.com/sports/friday-january-30-area-high-school-sports-summaries/#comments Sat, 31 Jan 2015 12:53:01 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103563 More >]]> GIRLS BASKETBALL

Mauston wins their second league game of the girls basketball season, posting a South-Central win at Nekoosa Friday night, 40-31. Mauston trailed by five after three periods but scored 22 fourth quarter points in the come from behind win. Mikala Teske hit a three-point shot late to give Mauston the lead for good and she led the Golden Eagles with ten points. Mauston is 2-5 in the conference and 4-12 overall and they avenge and earlier loss to the Papermakers.

Wisconsin Dells routs Wautoma 54-24 in the Dells to go 6-1 in conference and 12-3 overall. Jaden Ward led the Lady Chiefs with 17 points as Wautoma falls to 1-6 in the SCC.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hillsboro stays a game back of front running Bangor in Scenic Bluffs boys basketball with an impressive 65-46 win at Necedah Friday. It was a close game except for a 23-8 third quarter advantage for the victorious Tigers. Max Stockwell scores 18 points, Tyler Crandall 16 and Hunter Stanek 13 for a Hillsboro team that is 8-1 in the league and 12-3 overall with eight straight wins. Jordan Murphy returned to the Necedah lineup but Miles Saylor and Matt Brown led Necedah with 14 points each with the Cardinals now 6-3 in the league and 12-3 overall.

New Lisbon has won two straight conference games in boys basketball after an 0-7 start as the Rockets win at Cashton Friday 52-48 as Cashton slips to 4-5 in league play.

Wonewoc-Center breaks a three-game conference losing skid with a 66-44 blowout win on the home floor against Brookwood. A 20-9 first quarter start propelled the Wolves to victory behind 20 points from Mason Polk and 14 from Bailey Miller. The Wolves are 4-5 in league play with six wins overall as Brookwood remains winless in league play.

Bangor is a perfect 9-0 in Scenic Bluffs boys basketball after beating Royall 73-52. Dorian Keenan had 19 in the loss for 3-6 Royall with Canon O’ Heron scoring 20 for Bangor

WRESTLING

Hillsboro wins a non-conference dual at Weston-Ithaca on Friday night 48-30. Hillsboro was the recipient of five forfeit wins but they also get match wins from Mitch Beckwith, Keegan Martin, Jacob Urban and Sebastian Miller.

Sauk-Prairie completes an unbeaten dual meet season in Badger North wrestling with a 51-14 decision at Reedsburg Friday. Reedsburg did get wins from Austin Bretsch, Dalton Hahn, Mason Mc Millen and Logan Lewerenz

SATURDAY SPORTS

Mauston puts a 13-2 record in boys basketball and a four-game winning streak on the line today at Lake Mills in a 3:15 PM game.

Wisconsin Dells plays a girls/boys basketball doubleheader at New Glarus today with the girls game at 2 PM followed by the boys contest. The boys squad will be short-handed as three players must sit out after getting ejected from their game Tuesday against Wautoma for their involvement on a fight that took place on the court.

Reedsburg hosts Portage this afternoon in a 2:30 PM tip-off in Badger North girls basketball.

Necedah and Royall send their high school wrestling squads to Independence High School for a multi-team event.

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6 Injured in Two Separate Crashes in Monroe County http://www.wrjc.com/news/local-news/6-injured-in-two-separate-crashes-in-monroe-county/ http://www.wrjc.com/news/local-news/6-injured-in-two-separate-crashes-in-monroe-county/#comments Sat, 31 Jan 2015 12:18:58 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103536 More >]]> Six people were injured in two car separate accidents in Monroe County on Thursday. The first accident happened in the morning in the Town of Ridgeville on County Highway U. 41-year-old Anabel Murillo of Wilton lost control on the ice covered road and slid sideways into the next lane into 37-year-old Jacob Schaitel’s of Sparta vehicle. Both vehicles then went into the ditch. Murillo and her 8 year old passenger had minor injuries, but Schaitel and his passenger, 18-year-old Isaac Brueggeman of Sparta, were transported to Mayo Clinic Sparta with non-life threatening injuries. The second accident happened in the early afternoon in the Town of Bryon on County Highway PP. 59-year-old Dawn Marie Ross of Warrens crossed the center line and crashed head on with a vehicle driven by 23-year-old Jacob M. Perrigo of Camp Douglas. Both Perrigo and Ross had non-life threatening injuries and were transported to Tomah Memorial Hospital for treatment. Both crashes remain under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.

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Wisconsin man pleads guilty to human trafficking http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/wisconsin-man-pleads-guilty-to-human-trafficking/ http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/wisconsin-man-pleads-guilty-to-human-trafficking/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:46:47 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103561 More >]]> MADISON, Wis. (AP) – A Madison man has pleaded guilty to three human trafficking charges. Online court records show 40-year-old Lindy Gill pleaded to two counts of human trafficking and one count of receiving compensation for human trafficking in Dane County Circuit Court on Thursday. He also pleaded guilty to recklessly endangering safety in a separate case the same day. He faces a total of 72 1/2 years in prison. Court records didn’t indicate a sentencing date. Prosecutors accused Gill in the human trafficking case of forcing a group of women into prostitution and taking all their profits. They accused him in the endangerment case of providing heroin to a 17-year-old boy resulting in his hospitalization. Gill’s attorney didn’t immediately return an email message Friday afternoon.

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Police: 4-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shot uncle http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/police-4-year-old-milwaukee-boy-accidentally-shot-uncle/ http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/police-4-year-old-milwaukee-boy-accidentally-shot-uncle/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:45:36 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103559 More >]]> MILWAUKEE (AP) – Police say a 4-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shot his uncle in the stomach after finding a gun on the floor. Capt. Jason Smith tells the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (http://bit.ly/166IWA0 ) the shooting happened late Monday. He says the uncle told police he was going to a gun range, and that the firearm was on the floor of the house when the child picked it up. The investigation is continuing.

Information from: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, http://www.jsonline.com

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Driver scares robber by threatening to spray him with gas http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/driver-scares-robber-by-threatening-to-spray-him-with-gas/ http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/driver-scares-robber-by-threatening-to-spray-him-with-gas/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:44:57 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103557 More >]]> MILWAUKEE (AP) – Milwaukee police say a man fueling up his car scared off a would-be armed robber when he pointed the nozzle at him and threatened to spray him with gasoline. A police statement says officers were called to the station just before 9 a.m. Friday, where the 53-year-old Glendale man told them a man had approached him with a gun and demanded his car keys. Instead he removed the nozzle from his vehicle and pointed it at the suspect. As the robber fled, his intended victim noted his license plate number and the make and model of his car. Police arrested a suspect about 10 minutes later. Police say the 30-year-old Milwaukee man had a gun and marijuana in the car, which they believe he stole earlier. Charges are pending.

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Wisconsin team works to defend snow sculpting championship http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/wisconsin-team-works-to-defend-snow-sculpting-championship/ http://www.wrjc.com/news/state-news/wisconsin-team-works-to-defend-snow-sculpting-championship/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 22:44:17 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103555 More >]]> LAKE GENEVA, Wis. (AP) – A Wisconsin snow sculpting team that won the last two national championships is trying to defend their trophy in Lake Geneva. The U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship began Wednesday with judging set for Saturday along Geneva Lake. David Andrews, Jason Anhorn and Steve Bateman make up one of the Wisconsin teams. They are following up their last two wins with a sculpture of two connected trees this year. Andrews has been part of seven championship teams altogether. The 15 teams from 10 states receive a cylinder snow block eight feet in diameter and nine feet high. They can use saws, axes, files, scaffolding, shovels and other homemade implements. They will be judged on creativity, technique and message. The winner also gets an invite to an international snow sculpting competition.

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UW Whitewater Names New Football Coach http://www.wrjc.com/sports/uw-whitewater-names-new-football-coach/ http://www.wrjc.com/sports/uw-whitewater-names-new-football-coach/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 20:59:52 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103553 More >]]> U-W Whitewater has chosen one of its own as its new head football coach. Defensive assistant Kevin Bullis was named today as the replacement for Lance Leipold — who led the Warhawks to six N-C-A-A Division-Three championships before he became the new coach at Division-One Buffalo.  Bullis was chosen over four other finalists, including a Division-Two head coach.  Bullis was on the staff for seven of Leipold’s eight seasons at Whitewater — and he took over the interim duties while the school searched for a new head coach. Athletic director Amy Edmonds said Bullis’ passion, integrity, and understanding of the student-athlete experience stood out during the search process.  In a statement, Bullis said it was “humbling and exciting” to follow the legacies left by former Whitewater coaches Leipold, Bob Berezowitz (ber-eh’-zo-witz), and the late Forrest Perkins.  Those previous three coaches ran the team for 60 years combined. Bullis said his new players are already getting ready for next season in the weight room — he expects to finalize his staff “in short order.”

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Wisconsin Badger Hockey Update http://www.wrjc.com/sports/wisconsin-badger-hockey-update-3/ http://www.wrjc.com/sports/wisconsin-badger-hockey-update-3/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 20:54:56 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103551 More >]]> The Wisconsin men’s hockey team will host Minnesota tonight and tomorrow night.  The Badgers are still looking for their first true Big Ten victory against five losses, a tie, and a shootout win.  Coach Mike Eaves’ Badgers are 2-15-and-3 overall.  They’ll host a Gopher team that’s 2-2-and-2 in the conference and 11-9-and-2 overall.   Wisconsin scored a shootout victory against Minnesota two weekends ago in Minneapolis, before losing the next night 5-to-2.  Grant Besse scored the shootout winner in that series, along with three other goals that weekend.  Tomorrow night, the Badgers will honor their 1990 N-C-A-A championship team.  Meanwhile, the Wisconsin women’s hockey team plays at Minnesota State tonight and tomorrow afternoon.  The third-ranked Badgers are 19-4-and-3 overall, after a tie and shutout victory over national Top-10 Clarkson last weekend.  Minnesota State is 2-21-and-1 overall.

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Iowa Banged Up As They Prepare For Wisconsin Saturday In Big Ten Mens Basketball http://www.wrjc.com/sports/iowa-banged-up-as-they-prepare-for-wisconsin-saturday-in-big-ten-mens-basketball/ http://www.wrjc.com/sports/iowa-banged-up-as-they-prepare-for-wisconsin-saturday-in-big-ten-mens-basketball/#comments Fri, 30 Jan 2015 20:52:22 +0000 http://www.wrjc.com/?p=103549 More >]]> The Iowa men’s basketball team might be without its best player when it hosts fifth-ranked Wisconsin tomorrow.  Senior Aaron White has not missed a game in his four seasons with the Hawkeyes.  But he missed practice yesterday, and he’s questionable after getting a stinger against Purdue last week which affected both his neck and his right shoulder.  White has been a starter ever since he was a freshman.  This year, he leads Iowa with 15 points and just over six-and-a-half rebounds a game.  The Iowa trainers have fitted White with special padding that he hopes will help. White says he’s been feeling better each day, and he still hopes to be ready to return by tomorrow. One of Iowa’s top bench players, Gabe Olesani, has also been limited at practice this week after hurting his left ankle on Monday.  He’s expected to play against the Badgers, however.  Olesani is Iowa’s third-highest scorer with an eight-and-a-half point average, despite playing only 19 minutes a game.  Iowa recently lost to Wisconsin by 32 points.  The Hawkeyes are 4-and-3 in the Big Ten Conference, and 13-and-7 overall. Wisconsin enters tomorrow’s contest with a 6-and-1 conference mark, and an 18-and-2 record for the season.  

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