The Packers had their second divisional game of the season at home on Sunday, beating the Vikings 21-16 to move to 2-0. Green Bay held on to the lead the
The Packers had their second divisional game of the season at home on Sunday, beating the Vikings 21-16 to move to 2-0. Green Bay held on to the lead the entire game, despite giving up 16 unanswered points late.
The Blugolds outlasted Saint Benedict for the victory on Saturday, giving goalie Anna Sveiven her third win of the season.
UW-Eau Claire took on two tough opponents to end the tournament, lost to No. 19 Carthage College but got the win over Gustavus Adolphus College.
UW-Eau Claire got handed their first loss of 2019, as St. Norbert held on 27-21 at home. While UW-Stout and UW-River Falls also took losses on Saturday in week two.
Bloomer found themselves in battle in their Heart O’North opener, but the Blackhawks held off Saint Croix Falls 22-7. While McDonell Central took down Port Edwards in a shoot-out 42-40, for their first 8-man football win.
Spring Valley held off Unity in a non-conference thriller at home 28-21, while Elk Mound and Mondovi’s defenses pitched shut-outs.
Eau Claire Memorial scored 40 unanswered points to comeback and beat La Crosse Logan 47-22, also scores from the rest of the Big Rivers teams.
The Ramblers impressed in their conference opener with a shut-out win over Cadott, while Stanley-Boyd and Colby each cruised as well.
Eau Claire opened their 2019 season with a 60-21 non-conference loss to La Crosse Central, while Menomonie took down Lake Mills on the road 34-10.
Fall Creek dropped their conference opener Thursday night to Neillsville/Granton, losing on the road 41-6.
Coming off one of the best seasons in program history, the UW-Eau Claire volleyball team is focused on this year and ready for a fresh start.
We all know that life has many twists and turns, and sometimes dreams and goals have to be put on hold along the way. For Mondovi’s Craig Loscheider, he delayed his dream of coaching the sports he loves to serve his country.
The News 18 Sports team looks ahead to the 2019 high school football season with its annual half-hour special, Countdown to Kickoff.
The Wildcats won their first Big Rivers conference championship in school history, and are ready to do it again in 2019.
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Ryan Braun hit a tie-breaking, two-run homer in the third inning, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 3-2 to complete a four-game sweep that extended their winning streak to seven.
The Milwaukee Bucks have officially brought back a key piece to their roster, as all-star forward Khris Middleton is returning on a five-year max deal.
If you’ve been missing the frozen tundra during the off-season, there’s no reason to wait any longer. A piece of Lambeau Field is in Chippewa Falls, taking over the Northern Wisconsin State Fair.
The Reigning National League MVP Christian Yelich plans to play in Tuesday night’s All-Star Game in Cleveland. The Brewers outfielder will start in left field and bat first for the youngest line-up in All-Star Game history.
Christian Yelich has been elected as an outfield starter for one of the youngest All-Star Game lineups ever for the National League, at this year’s Midsummer Classic in Cleveland.