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WATCH: Closer Knebel clutches hammy, goes to ground after throwing pitch, as Brewers are shut out

For the second consecutive game the Milwaukee Brewers were shut out. First it was by the rival St. Louis Cardinals — a game in which Milwaukee’s red hot Christian Yelich was injured. Thursday, it was at the hands of the Chicago Cubs — a game in which closer Corey Knebel injured his hamstring and is […]

Jabari Parker uncertain what future is with Bucks

The Milwaukee Bucks and Jabari Parker don’t appear to be on the same page when it comes to their futures together. The 23-year-old power forward will be a restricted free agent this summer and doesn’t know where he fits in with the Bucks. “Honestly, it’s uncertain,” Parker told The Washington Post. “I know that, just […]

Brewers looking to go 162-0 as they take on Cardinals in home-opener

MILWAUKEE — Three games into the season and the Milwaukee Brewers are on pace to go 162-0, as they take on St. Louis in their home-opener today. St. Louis (1-2) at Milwaukee (3-0)  Zach Davies (17-9 last year) vs. Miles Mikolas (0-0) Listen to the 1:10 p.m. game on WKTY 96.7 FM / 580 AM […]

Central’s Johnny Davis named third team all-state

Central High School’s Johnny Davis has been named to third team all-state by the Associated Press. The 6-foot-5 sophomore led the Red Raiders (24-3) to the state semifinals, averaging 22.9 points, 7.3 rebounds. Kaukauna senior Jordan McCabe was named the player of the year. The Virginia recruit averaged 26.7 points and 7.8 assists this season. Named […]

Caledonia can’t keep pace in losing state championship

For the fourth time in the past five seasons, the Caledonia High School boys basketball team has found its way to the MSHSL state tournament. And, for the second time in those four trips to state, the Warriors were in the state championship. Caledonia, however —ranked fourth in the final AP poll — couldn’t stick with […]

Huge 2nd half propels Caledonia to state semifinals

ST. PAUL — It was a battle until halftime but then the Caledonia High School boys basketball team shut down Minnewaska Academy in the state quarterfinals. In winning the Class 2A matchup 80-41 over Minnewaska Area, the Warriors (27-4) went on an early second-half, 20-2 run and never looked back Wednesday night at Williams Arena […]

Badgers MH Rettke to play in China on US collegiate team

MADISON, Wis. – She’ll be a sophomore this upcoming season for the University of Wisconsin Badgers women’s volleyball team. Before then, however, Dana Rettke has been named to the U.S. women’s collegiate national team that will play in China from May 20-31. The 6-foot-8, Riverside, Ill., native is one of three middle hitters and 12 […]

Central’s Davis, Bangor’s Reader named first team all-state

Johnny Davis from Central High School was named to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association first team all-state. Also named to the first team was Bangor senior and state champion Luke Reader. Davis, a sophomore, averaged 22.7 points (55 percent from field) and 7.2 rebounds, as the Red Raiders went 24-3, falling in the Division 2 […]

WATCH: Brewers pay tribute to 25 years of The Sandlot

There's heroes and there's legends. Heroes get remembered but legends never die. pic.twitter.com/z7mKroaOQ1 — Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) March 19, 2018 The Sandlot pic.twitter.com/MFdrHQF3Z4 — Tim Dillard (@DimTillard) March 19, 2018 Related posts: WATCH: 4-year-old boy with perfect imitation of Ryan Braun Busy Brewers shift spring focus from rebuild to winning Brewers owner Attanasio has eye […]

Bangor High becomes all kinds of history in winning state championship

MADISON — It hadn’t even been to the state tournament since 1936. Saturday, however, the Bangor High School boys basketball team leaves, not just with a state championship, but it made and became all kinds of history. The second-ranked Cardinals destroyed unranked McDonnell Central Catholic 91-67 in winning the WIAA Division 5 state title at […]

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