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Packers sign RB Hill, Carimi to Atlanta

Running back Michael Hill, who spent time on the Green Bay Packers practice squad last season before signing with Tampa Bay, is headed back to Green Bay. The Packers were one of four teams that showed interest and the two…

posted 2014-02-19 09:11:45 by WSCO

Gamel suffers yet another setback

At one point, Mat Gamel eventually worked his way into the Milwaukee Brewers starting lineup, opening the 2012 season at first base.  About a month in, Gamel blew out his knee while chasing a foul ball in San Diego.  His…

posted 2014-02-19 09:10:46 by WSCO

Marquette shoots for 4th straight win tonight

The Marquette Golden Eagles have very little to show when it comes to NCAA Tournament credentials.  Winning at home tonight would get them started in that direction. The Golden Eagles host 11th ranked Creighton in Big East action at the…

posted 2014-02-19 09:10:08 by WSCO

Bucks finally win their 10th of the season

It took 53 games for the Milwaukee Bucks to win 10.  That 10th victory came last night, the first game back from the all-star break, a 104-100 win over the Orlando Magic at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks…

posted 2014-02-19 09:09:13 by WSCO


Bucks Beat The Magic

Milwaukee get a victory over the Orlando Magic 104-100 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Tuesday night.  Caron Butler played big off the bench with 21 points including seven three-pointers to lead the Bucks.  Nate Wolters add 15 points…

posted 2014-02-18 21:51:13 by WSCO

Bucks host Magic tonight

The Milwaukee Bucks return from their all-star break to host the Orlando Magic in NBA action tonight at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. They have 30-games left in the season and carry the league’s worst record at 9-43 into tonight’s…

posted 2014-02-18 14:55:51 by WSCO

Bears sign DE Austen Lane

The Chicago Bears have agreed to a one year contract with defensive end Austen Lane. The 6’6 Lane, who went to high school at Iola-Scandinavia and played in college at Murray State.  He appeared in two games with the Detroit…

posted 2014-02-18 14:55:25 by WSCO

Football Badgers get commitment from California TE

Wisconsin didn’t sign a tight end in their 2014 recruiting class but they have a commitment from a highly rated one in the 2015 class. Kyle Penniston is a highly ranked tight end from Santa Ana, California.  He announced his…

posted 2014-02-18 14:54:52 by WSCO


Kaminsky & Hayes earn Big Ten honors

With a pair of Big Ten victories last week, Wisconsin swept the Big Ten Conference weekly awards.  Junior Frank Kaminsky was named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week, while Nigel Hayes earned his fourth Big Ten freshman of the Week.…

posted 2014-02-17 15:34:25 by WSCO

WIAA Boys Basketball brackets released

Division 1, Sectional 1: #9 Fond du Lac @ #8 Appleton East – Tuesday, Feb 25th (WSCO Radio) FDL/App. East @ #1 Neenah – Friday, Feb 28th #5 Appleton North @ #4 Appleton West – Friday, Feb 28th (WSCO Radio)…

posted 2014-02-17 12:45:14 by WSCO

Kaminsky leads Badgers past Wolverines

Wisconsin junior center Frank Kaminsky recorded his first career double-double with 25 points and 11 rebounds to lead the 21st ranked Badgers to a 75-62 win over 15th ranked Michigan in Ann Arbor. Frank Kaminsky Kaminsky hit 1 of 2…

posted 2014-02-17 10:21:38 by WSCO

Badger women fall at Penn State

The Wisconsin women’s basketball team fell to Penn State 78-68 in Big Ten basketball in State College on Sunday. The Nittany Lions (20-5, 11-2 Big Ten) took the lead at the free throw line with 4-minutes to play, closing out…

posted 2014-02-17 10:17:11 by WSCO

Our NASCAR Pick 3 is off and rolling for 2014!  Scuba’s Bar and Grill in Appleton is on board this…
posted by Justin Hull 13 days ago
Our NASCAR Pick 3 is off and rolling for 2014!  Scuba’s Bar and Grill in Appleton is on board this…
posted by Justin Hull 21 days ago
When the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers announce their opening day roster every year, the names that usually get highlighted are the…
posted by Justin Hull 22 days ago