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Brewers Set To Open Series vs Cubs

The good news for the Milwaukee Brewers is that they’ve moved back into a second place tie with Saint Louis in the National League Central. The bad news is that both teams are now five games behind the Chicago Cubs, who extended their division lead after crushing Pittsburgh 8-2 at home Thursday night while the…read more »

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High School Football: Week 4

The High School Football season approached the halfway point tonight and we have two games on the air. On 940 WFAW the Fort Atkinson Blackhawks look to bounce back as they host the Oregon Panthers. Brett Ketterman and Josh Smith will be on the air with the Fort Health care Pregame Show at 6:40. Elsewhere…read more »

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Crew Swept By Reds, Drop Further behind in Play Off Hunt

Rookie Luis Castillo struck out 10 in his final start of the season, Zack Cozart and Jose Peraza homered and the last-place Cincinnati Reds completed a three-game sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers with a 7-1 win. The Brewers have lost four of five.  Milwaukee is four and a half games out of first while Saint…read more »

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Former Packer James Jones Retires

Former Packer James Jones has retired following a nine-year NFL career. Jones announced his retirement on a video posted on Twitter by the Packers. He played in 62 games over eight seasons with Green Bay, where 45 of his 51 touchdown catches came. Jones led the NFL with 14 scoring grabs in 2012.read more »

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Crew Loses Second Straight at Cincinnati

The Brewers remain 3 1/2 games behind the Cubs after Robert Stephenson handled the Crew a 9-3 loss. Stephenson was reached for just one run over six-plus innings and worked out of a no-out, bases-loaded jam in the fourth by striking out three straight hitters. Former Brewer Scooter Gennett hit a three-run homer while Cincinnati…read more »

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Badgers Remain Ninth in AP Poll, May Change Running Backs

Wisconsin is ninth in the latest AP College Football Poll.  Alabama claimed 60 of 61 first-place votes to stay on top, one spot ahead of Ohio State. Clemson has replaced Florida State at three, followed by Penn State and Oklahoma. The Badgers might set a new lineup at running back for Saturday’s home game against…read more »

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