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MENOMONIE (October 22, 2013) - UW-Stout's Jessop Keene< http://athletics.uwstout.edu/roster.aspx?rp_id=2981 > (Sr, Ellsworth/Prescott) finished third of 566 runners at the Brooks Invitational hosted by UW-Oshkosh at the Lake Breeze Golf Course in Winneconne, Oct. 19, and was selected as the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) runner of the week.
PRESCOTT - There was no drama this time. Prescott HIgh School's volleyball team didn't fall behind 2-0 and rally to win three straight games to beat Ellsworth as they back back on Oct. 3 in Prescott. Instead, the Cardinals got in front 2-0 and stayed there on their way to a 3-0 sweep of the Panthers in a first round, WIAA Division 2 regional playoff game Tuesday. Game scores were 25-18, 25-17 and 25-22. Prescott lead early in both games one and two. The Cardinals led by as many as six at 17-11 in game one after an Anna Weiser ace.
The Pierce County Herald's Athletes of the Week awards go to cross country runners Josie Tiffany and Noah Wells of Elmwood/Plum City, Carter Schultz of Ellsworth and football player Dennis Schutz of Ellsworth. Schutz helped EHS's football team edge Prescott by kicking the winning field goal, scoring two touchdowns and ending Prescott's last drive by snagging an interception. Carter Schutz made All-Middle Border Conference by finihsing eighth in the MBC meet last week in Durand. Both Tiffany and Wells made all-conference as well with Tiffany placing ninth and Wells fourth in the Dunn-S
NEW BERLIN - Governor Scott Walker refuses to say whether he, his aides, or his lawyers have been contacted in a newly-reported John Doe investigation into state issues. After an appearance in New Berlin yesterday, the Republican Walker called it a "sidebar issue" -- and he would not be distracted by it. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reported yesterday that former federal prosecutor Francis Schmitz is heading up the investigation. The report also said the probe may be dealing an unnamed legislative leader and alleged election law violations from the recall contests o
MAPLEWOOD, Minn. - A construction worker is dead after the crane he was operating tipped over at a church in Maplewood yesterday afternoon. Maplewood Police say 34-year-old Cory Lewellin of Ogilvie was killed when the crane tipped on it's side as he tried to move a large beam into place at the St.
Almost 40-percent of the grey-wolves that can be hunted in Wisconsin have already been taken, just seven days into the new season. The DNR said today that 95 wolves have been shot-and-trapped since last Tuesday. That's about twice the pace of a year ago, when the state's inaugural quota of 116 wolves -- plus an extra one -- was taken just two months into a season that was supposed to last four-and-a-half months. The current season is also scheduled to last that long, but it probably won't. Only 156 more wolves are still avail
MINNEAPOLIS - Milwaukee Brewers’ Hall-of-Famer Paul Molitor will return to the Minnesota Twins’ coaching staff next year. Molitor grew up in Saint Paul, and he played the final three of his 21 Major League seasons with the Twins. Molitor will supervise base-running, bunting, infield positioning, and in-game strategy from the dugout. He spent two years coaching with the Twins under manager Tom Kelly in 2000 and 2001. He later went to Seattle as a hitting coach. For the last eight years, Molitor has been coaching in Minnesota’s minor league sy
MILWAUKEE - The NBA’s Board of Governors will hear an update tomorrow on Milwaukee’s effort to come up with a new arena. Owner Herb Kohl and executive vice-president Ron Walter will give a report at a meeting in New York of the league’s governing body. Walter says they’re interested in what steps have been taken, and the progress that has been made. There’s not to say, really – not that we know of, anyway. The Metro Milwaukee Association of Commerce has been rounding up about 40 people to serve on a task force that will study i
It will be in the yearbook, just like every other sports or club or activity in school.
When you're the smaller team in prep volleyball, you have to try harder.