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After 12 years of success at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point, head baseball coach Pat Bloom is moving on.
Wisconsin Rapids will host a world champions. Athletes and performers from as far away as China and Australia will compete in the 2016 World Water Ski Show Tournament. One local club is ready to show them why Wisconsin is the ski show capital of the U.S.
Former Wausau West hockey coach Pete Susens is back in the game.
Milwaukee Brewers Hall of Fame broadcaster Bob Uecker was hospitalized overnight after he was hit in the head by a baseball during batting practice.
Front-office employees with the St. Louis Cardinals are being investigated by the FBI and Department of Justice for allegedly hacking into the internal database of the Houston Astros, the New York Times reported, citing law enforcement officials.
The Wisconsin Woodchucks lost 5-0 to the Green Bay Bullfrogs in the second game of a doubleheader Monday, giving the Bullfrogs a sweep at Athletic Park after Green Bay took the first game 3-0.
Lorenzo Cain hit a two-run homer, and normally lights-out reliever Greg Holland struggled in the ninth before the Kansas City Royals held off the Milwaukee Brewers for an 8-5 win Monday night.
With the NBA Draft less than two weeks away, Frank Kaminsky worked out with the Indianapolis Pacers.
The Rafters split another series against the Kalamazoo Growlers, while the Woodchucks gave up five runs late in the game to give the Kenosha Kingfish the win.
D.C. Everest and Rhinelander know who they will face in the first round of state soccer tournament play on Friday.
Max Scherzer struck out a team-record 16 and pitched a one-hitter, losing his perfect-game bid on a bloop single that barely fell in during the seventh inning Sunday.
Wisconsin faced an early deficit against Kenosha and the Woodchucks would not recover.
Solid defense helped the Pacelli Cardinals to a Division 4 state softball title, by shutting out defending champs Oakfield 1-0.
Two area soccer teams prepare for state competition after clinching section championships on Saturday.
Yunel Escobar and Wilson Ramos hit two-run homers and Bryce Harper continued his offensive surge by driving in two runs as the Washington Nationals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-2 on Saturday.
A pair of 3-run innings lift the Woodchucks to a win.
Aramis Ramirez hit three doubles and drove in five runs.
Defending PGA Champ Rory McIlroy was in Kohler on Friday to promote August's PGA Champtionship at Whistling Straits.
Three local soccer teams compete in soccer section semifinals.
Scooter Gennett drove in the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the bottom of the eighth, capping the Milwaukee Brewers' rally from a four-run deficit for a 6-5 win Thursday night over the Washington Nationals.