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Another perfect day of golf was enjoyed by the Lake Ripley Country Club Women’s Organization on Tuesday, Aug. 6. The 18 hole golfers played a team event for the shotgun start at 8 a.m. The best two net scores on each hole per card resulted in the winning team of Beth Gilpin, Dana Norville, P…

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The chin straps are snapped, the spikes are laced up and the two-a-days are in full swing. That’s right, it’s that time of year — FOOTBALL!!

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The Brewers and Chicago Cubs will waste no time getting after each other next season.

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When Green Bay takes on Oakland in Winnipeg (Aug. 22, 7 p.m., Packers TV Network), it will be the third time the Packers have played a game outside of the United States. It will also be the latest in a long line of neutral-site games in franchise history.

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CAMBRIDGE — Cambridge pilot Dale Nottestad notched the win on Saturday night at Jefferson Speedway after the running of the Jensen Heating 50-lap Late Model main event. The win marks Nottestad’s second feature victory of the season as he looks to gain momentum towards adding to his record-se…

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The Waterloo McKays completed its 2019 Home Talent League season with four games, two in Night League and two in Sunday League.

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GREEN BAY (AP) — Houston Texans star J.J. Watt participated in a Green Bay Packers tradition during the two teams’ joint-practice session Monday and rode a young fan’s bicycle to the field — then, Watt literally broke tradition.

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MADISON — The rate of sport-related concussions during high school football practice in Wisconsin decreased by 57 percent following a rule change limiting the amount and duration of full-contact activities during practice, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsi…

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The Waterloo McKays snapped a nine-game losing streak following a 4-1 win over the Stoughton Merchants in Home Talent Night League play on July 25.

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CAMBRIDGE — Kody Hubred of Deerfield joined point leader, Shaun Scheel, as the only two drivers to claim Late Model feature gold on three different occasions this season. After a late race caution, Hubred got by Michael Grueneberg to capture the IBEW Local 159 Late Model 50-lap main event. A…

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CARBONDALE, Ill. — When Bailey Neuberger arrived on the campus of Southern Illinois University on July 6, she admittedly was nervous.

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Six athletes from Marshall and Waterloo have been named to the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men’s and Women’s Scholastic Honor Roll for the 2018-19 school year.

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The Waterloo McKays’ losing streak reached nine games following a pair of Home Talent Sunday League defeats — in two different cities — Sunday.

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The Waterloo School District has announced the hiring of its new football coach and athletic director. At Monday’s School Board meeting Dave Frisell was named the Pirates’ new football coach, athletics director and physical education/health teacher.

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Marshall High School graduate Noah Cook was among a record 154 student-athletes from Wisconsin Lutheran College’s 18 intercollegiate varsity sports teams named Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Scholar-Athletes for the 2018-19 school year.

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CAMBRIDGE — After a long string of top finishes this season, Riley Stenjem finally broke through and parked his machine in victory lane following the Newville Auto Salvage 50-lap Late Model feature event. The Utica pilot scored his first feature win of the season as he looks to assert himsel…

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CAMBRIDGE — Kody Hubred scored his second feature victory of the 2019 racing season at Jefferson Speedway on Saturday night. Hubred got to the front of the 20-car field early in the Serenity Concepts 50-lap Late Model main event and stayed strong on the point to secure the win. Hubred joins …

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LAKE MILLS — The Waterloo McKays lost a heartbreaker on Sunday, falling 4-3 in 10 innings to the host Lake Mills Grays during Home Talent League play.

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The National Federation of High School Associations, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, has announced a major change in baseball for the 2020 season.

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The School District of Waterloo has announced the resignation of athletic director and head football coach Aaron Erickson.

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Capitol South Conference Player of the Year Kaitlyn Filter of Waterloo and Marshall’s Bailey Neuberger were each named to the 2019 Wisconsin Fastpitch Coaches Association All-District and All-State teams.

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CAMBRIDGE — The defending and five time Jefferson Speedway Late Model champion returned to victory lane on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track. Dale Nottestad of Cambridge got to the front of the Triana’s Trophy Case feature and held off several challenges from fellow drivers to cross…

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EVANSVILLE — The Waterloo McKays surrendered 16 hits to the Evansville Jays and dropped a 14-4 Home Talent Sunday League decision on June 29.

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The Waterloo American Legion Post 233 dropped a 10-2 decision to Columbus on June 26 at Firemen’s Park.

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CAMBRIDGE — Shaun Scheel continued his strong start to the 2019 on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track. The Lake Mills pilot asserted himself as one of the favorites to capture the 2019 Late Model championship after charging to the front of the 18-car field to win the Benninger Concre…

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The Waterloo McKays suffered a pair of Home Talent League defeats in a two-day span.

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The Waterloo 15U and 14U Teener baseball teams were in action this past week. The following is a summary of their games.

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STOUGHTON — Jordan Hensler drove in Travis Noel in the top of the fourth inning to plate the only run, and Nick Brozek pitched a three-hit shutout leading the Waterloo McKays to a 1-0 Home Talent League East Night League win over the host Stoughton Merchants on June 13.

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CAMBRIDGE — Lake Mills driver Shaun Scheel charged to the front of the field on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track and drove away to win the CR Custom Construction 50-lap Late Model feature. The win gives the Lake Mills driver his second feature victory of the season and two out of t…

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WISCONSIN DELLS — Waterloo was well-represented at the 2019 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Games, held at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells on June 14.

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CAMBRIDGE — Kody Hubred of Deerfield powered to the front of the 20-car field at Jefferson Speedway and stayed there to secure to the win in the Pal’s Car Club 50-lap Late Model main event. The win marks Hubred’s first feature victory of the season at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

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The pitching of Utica’s Brock Wanniger was simply too much for the Waterloo McKays to handle.

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Marshall High School has filled the positions of its boys and girls basketball coaches vacancies. Dan Denniston will return to the sidelines as boys coach, while Doug Pickarts has been hired as the new girls coach.

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CAMBRIDGE — Another spectacular night of racing entertainment sought to warm up the fans on a cool, damp evening in south central Wisconsin. An exciting finish to the B&M Electric 50-lap Late Model main event ended with Lake Mills pilot, Shaun Scheel parked in victory lane. The win caps …

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CAMBRIDGE — Another spectacular night of racing entertainment sought to warm up the fans on a cool, damp evening in south central Wisconsin. An exciting finish to the B&M Electric 50-lap Late Model main event ended with Lake Mills pilot, Shaun Scheel parked in victory lane. The win caps …

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FORT ATKINSON — The Waterloo McKays had their hands full with Fort Atkinson Generals’ Dan Dean on Sunday afternoon. Dean handcuffed the McKays all afternoon. The big right-hander allowed just two hits while striking out 11 in the complete-game performance as the Generals earned a 5-1 Home Ta…

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COLUMBUS — Leading 4-3 midway through four innings the Waterloo baseball team looked to be in position of pulling off an upset of Columbus in the WIAA Division 3 regional semifinals on Tuesday, May 28.

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LA CROSSE — Waterloo junior Christi Forman earned a pair of Top 10 finishes in the girls 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs to lead the Pirates at the WIAA Division 3 State Track & Field Championships on Friday and Saturday.

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CAMBRIDGE — The ARCA Midwest Tour made its return to Jefferson Speedway on a warm evening in south central Wisconsin. Qualifying took place at Wisconsin’s Action Track under sunny skies and 80 degrees, with all 20 cars knowing they would be all locked into the running of The Salute The Troop…

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LAKE MILLS — Marshall couldn’t figure out Lake Mills pitcher Taylor Roughen in a the WIAA Division 3 softball regional semifinals.

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MARKESAN — Marshall nearly took down top-seeded Markesan, but in the end, fell one run short of the WIAA Division 3 playoff upset.

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Blake Huebner fired a three-hit shutout in Waterloo’s 6-0 WIAA Division 3 regional win over Montello.