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High School Football: Week 7

It’s Slider Bowl 2017 tonight in Lake Mills as the L-Cats host Lakeside Lutheran at Campus Field and KOOL 106.5 will be there. Cody Ortner and John Kipper will be on the air with the Fort Health Care pregame show at 6:50. Also tonight in the Capitol Conference Watertown Luther prep will be at Poynette,…read more »


Packers Beat Bears, More Players Injured

Aaron Rodgers threw for 179 yards and four touchdowns as the Green Bay Packers whipped the Chicago Bears, 35-14. Rodgers hit Davan Adams and Randall Cobb for short TDs in the first quarter before Jordy Nelson added a pair of second-half scoring receptions to help the Packers get to 3-1. Adams left the field on…read more »

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Crew Beats Reds, Two Games Behind Rockies With Three to Play

The Brewers wasted a 3-1 lead before Brett Phillips lined an RBI double in the bottom of the sixth to lead Milwaukee to a 4-3 win against Cincinnati. The Brewers’ bullpen worked four innings of one-hit ball, although Oliver Drake surrendered the game-tying hit in the sixth. The outcome leaves the Brewers two games behind…read more »


Last Place Reds Shut Out Crew, Play Off Hopes Fade

Milwaukee rookie Brandon Woodruff was chased in a five-run third inning and the Brewers’ postseason hopes took another hit Wednesday night when they fell 6-0 to the last-place Cincinnati Reds. The Brewers have lost five of seven. They’ve dropped 2  1/2 games behind Colorado for the second NL wild-card spot with only four games left. …read more »


Packers Host Bears Tonight at Lambeau

The Packers and Bears will renew the NFL’s oldest rivalry when they meet at Lambeau Field. The series is tied 94-94-6. The Packers can take the lead for the first time since 1932 with a win. But both teams are tired after winning overtime games before a short week of prep.  Guard Justin McCray and…read more »

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Crew Still Alive in Play Off Chase

Domingo Santana hit an early three-run homer and the Milwaukee Brewers kept pace in the playoff race by holding off the Cincinnati Reds 7-6. Hernan Perez drove in the game winner with a sacrifice fly — Domingo Santana hit a three run homer — Stephen Vogt belted three doubles and scored twice — Josh Hader…read more »