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Bucks Blow Out Minnesota with Big 3rd Period, 134-106

With Minneapolis Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns suspended, the Milwaukee Bucks ran wild in a 134-106 win Monday night.  Milwaukee improved its record to 5-and-2.  The big three of Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Eric Bledsoe combined for 82 points.  The next stop on the four-game road trip for Milwaukee comes Wednesday in Los Angeles against…read more »

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Packers’ Winning Streak Stopped at 4 by 26-11 Loss to Chargers

Even with over 20,00 Green Bay fans in attendance, the Packers weren’t very competitive, seeing their four-game winning streak snapped in Los Angeles Sunday 26-11.   The Chargers dominated the line of scrimmage on offense and defense. Former Wisconsin Badger Melvin Gordon scored two touchdowns.   The Packers didn’t reach the end zone until there was just 6:21…read more »

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Lakeside, Lake Mills Advance in WIAA Playoffs

In local WIAA high school football playoff action last night… Lakeside Lutheran defeated Evansville, 14-6. They will take on River Valley next Friday. Lake Mills beat Martin Luther 54-28. They’ll face Catholic Memorial next Friday in level three action.read more »

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Yasmani Grandal Declines Option with Brewers

A solid 2019 season means this might be the time for Milwaukee catcher Yasmani Grandal to cash in.   An MLB Network report says Grandal has declined his 2020 option with the Milwaukee Brewers.  The 30-year-old is coming off a season of 28 home runs, 77 runs batted in and some solid defensive play.   The Mets offered…read more »

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Badgers Drop 6-1 Decision in Big Ten Conference Hockey Opener

The expected high-scoring barrage didn’t quite materialize as the Wisconsin men’s hockey team dropped a 6-1 decision at Penn State.  It was the Big Ten Conference season opener for both teams.   The high-powered Badger offense produced only one goal – by Cole Caufield.  The Nittany Lions outshot Wisconsin 44-39 and converted on four-of-eight power plays.   The two…read more »

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Bucks Fail to Hold Another Big Lead, Go Cold in 116-105 Defeat

The Milwaukee Bucks had a 19-point lead in the first half and were up by 15 points midway through the third period — then they went cold and Boston took over on the way to a 116-105 decision.  Kemba Walker scored 21 of his 32 points in the second half.  Milwaukee’s record drops to .500…read more »

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