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Wisconsin Sports 10-17

Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)


>>Dodgers’ Walk-Off Win Ties NLCS At 2 Games Apiece

(Los Angeles, CA)  —  Cody Bellinger singled to right field, scoring Manny Machado with the game-winning run in the bottom of the 13th inning Tuesday night.  The 2-1 victory by the Dodgers ties the best-of-seven National League Championship series at two games apiece.  Junior Guerra took the loss after the Milwaukee bullpen had to go 12 innings following an injury to starter Gio Gonzalez.  Pitchers dominated, allowing just 15 hits — two for extra bases — while striking out 32.  All position players for both teams were used, including the entire Dodgers bullpen.  Wade Miley starts for Milwaukee this afternoon in game-five which starts at 4:05 P-M Central time.


>>New-Look Bucks Ready For Season To Start

(Charlotte, NC)  —  The Milwaukee Bucks open the regular season at Charlotte against the Hornets tonight (Wednesday), hoping they can continue their offensive production seen in the preseason games.  Firing up more than 40 three-point shots-a-game, the Bucks were first in offensive efficiency and 10th on defense.  Players like Giannis Antetokounmpo and Khris Middleton are hoping to take advantage of the wider driving and passing lanes that the long-range shots open up.  Coach Mike Budenholzer has an enthusiastic and healthy team ready to go.


>>UW Hockey Climbs In Polls To No. 15

(Madison, WI)  —  Last weekend’s sweep of Boston College has earned the number-15 ranking in the men’s college hockey poll for the Wisconsin men’s team.  Six Big Ten teams are ranked in the top-20 — only Michigan State is missing.  Ohio State is still number-one, followed by Notre Dame.  The men play at Clarkston Friday and at St. Lawrence Saturday.  Those two opponents combined for no wins and four losses on the opening weekend.


>>Packers Have Some Time To Think About Things On Bye Week

(Green Bay, WI)  —  Despite this week’s bye, the Green Bay Packers don’t have much time to enjoy Sunday’s come-from-behind victory over San Francisco.  Green Bay faces a challenging stretch where four out of the next five games are on the road – and the opponents have winning records.  The Packer defense was depressingly soft against a weak 49er team in the first half.  Only heroics from quarterback Aaron Rodgers turned some substandard play into a thrilling 33-30 win.  The four upcoming road games are against the Rams, Patriots, Seahawks, and Vikings — teams with a combined 16-7-1 record.


  • Rusk County News December 11, 2018
    WLDY-WJBL NEWS 12-11-18 Monday afternoon at 4;15, a female subject walked into the LEC to turn herself in. According to the police log, a Criminal Felony Warrant was brought down by the Rusk County Clerk of Courts. After an investigation, the female subject was taken into custody and taken to the Rusk County jail. At […]
  • Craig G. Miller December 11, 2018
    Craig G. Miller, 56 of Ladysmith passed away peacefully at Marshfield Medical Center-Ladysmith on Saturday, December 8.  Craig is survived by his wife, Donna, 3 daughters, Melissa Miller, Samantha Skinner and September Burns, 4 grandchildren, 5 brothers and sisters, Rick Miller, Gary Miller, Patti Aebi, Cathy Guse and Luci Miller as well as many loving […]