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Brewers sweep the Pirates

The Brewers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-3 and sweep the series at Miller Park on Thursday night.  Domingo Santana knocked out his fourth home run and Hernan Perez added two RBI.  Taylor Jungmann (9-5) pitched six innings, allowed one-earned run,…

posted 2015-09-03 21:46:04 by WSCO

Packers 38, Saints 10

After a slow start the Packers tied the game 10-10 at Halftime and ended up beating the Saints 38-10 off of the arm of Hundley in the final preseason game of the year.  Brett Hundley went 16-23 with 236 yards…

posted 2015-09-03 21:02:09 by WSCO

Cedar Rapids downs Timber Rattlers

Cedar Rapids beat the Timber Rattlers 7-1 on Wednesday at Fox Cities Stadium. The T-Rats are 0-10 against the Kernels at home this season. Game two of the series will be tonight at 6:35. 

posted 2015-09-03 05:49:11 by WSCO


Brewers beat Pirates once again!

The Pittsburgh Pirates are trying to catch the St. Louis Cardinals for the NL Central Division lead however the Milwaukee Brewers continue to play the role of spoiler. For the second straight night, the Brewers took an early lead and…

posted 2015-09-02 23:09:47 by WSCO

Training camp notes – 09/02/2015

The Packers had their final open training camp practice on Tuesday. Notes from Tuesday's practice: Receiver Jared Abbrederis was back practicing. He suffered a concussion during the first practice of camp. Three of four injured starters on the offensive line…

posted 2015-09-02 07:09:45 by WSCO

Packers get roster to 75

The Packers got their roster to the 75 player limit on Tuesday. They cut quarterback Matt Blanchard, wide receiver James Butler, linebacker Adrian Hubbard, defensive back Kyle Sebetic and tight end Harold Spears. They placed wide receiver Jordy Nelson on…

posted 2015-09-02 06:03:22 by WSCO


Brewers win the series opener

Milwaukee knocked off the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-4 at Miller Park on Tuesday night.  Jean Segura went two-for-three with three RBI and Adam Lind added two RBI.  Jimmy Nelson (11-10) pitched seven innings, allowed one-earned run, six strikeouts and got the…

posted 2015-09-01 22:17:49 by WSCO

Packers cut roster to 83

The Packers have until 3:00 pm today to cut their roster to 75 players. They released five players yesterday to get it to 83. They released LB Josh Francis, DT Lavon Hooks, T Vince Kowalski, LB Tavarus Dantzler, and T…

posted 2015-09-01 06:50:34 by WSCO


Brewers take series from Reds

Milwaukee used a strong start by Wily Peralta on their way to a 4-1 win over the Cincinnati Reds Sunday afternoon at Miller Park. Peralta (5-8) picked up the win tossing seven innings of seven hit ball, giving up just…

posted 2015-08-30 16:22:27 by WSCO


Eagles Offense no match for Packers

The Philadelphia Eagles jumped out to a 24-0 lead in the first quarter and never looked back as they whipped the Green Bay Packers Saturday night at Lambeau Field 39-26. The Eagles quarterbacks were 30-40 with 314 yards and five…

posted 2015-08-29 23:51:25 by WSCO

Brewers fall to the Reds

The Brewers were defeated by the Cincinnati Reds 12-9 at Miller Park on Saturday night.  Milwaukee was down 6-1, but manged to take a 9-8 lead to the ninth. In the ninth inning Francisco Rodriquez (0-3) blew his first save…

posted 2015-08-29 22:24:40 by WSCO


High School Football Scores: Week 2

Valley Football Association North/South Kimberly 35, Neenah 14 Appleton East 3, Oshkosh North 0 Appleton North 24, Hortonville 0 Appleton West 37, Oshkosh West 30 Fond Du Lac 69, Kaukauna 28 North Eastern Wrightstown 21, Denmark 15 Luxemburg-Casco 26, Fox…

posted 2015-08-28 22:07:41 by WSCO

When last we spoke on this blog, the Packers were reeling. Nothing was working offensively, nor had it for the…
posted by Marques Pfaff 2 month(s) ago
To suggest the Packers should panic after falling at home to Detroit would be silly. There's nothing good that can…
posted by Marques Pfaff 2 month(s) ago
The Packers are hosting the Detroit Lions this week and I'm still trying to determine what I hope to learn…
posted by Marques Pfaff 2 month(s) ago