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Badgers rout Panthers in college men's basketball

Frank Kaminsky scored 18 points and Sam Dekker added 17 as fifth-ranked Wisconsin continued its dominance over in-state rival Wisconsin-Milwaukee with an easy 93-54 victory on Wednesday night. 

The Badgers (9-...

Badger tops Delavan-Darien in Southern Lakes boys basketball opener

Forrest Larson is back at Lake Geneva Badger.

The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Famer's preferred style of play? Well, that's a work in progress.

The up-tempo offense...

Brodhead boys win first of the season

Brodhead junior Ned Slocum capped a comeback victory Tuesday night.

Slocum buried two free throws with eight seconds left, and the Cardinals came from behind to beat Walworth Big Foot 59-58 in a Rock Valley...

Milton girls win at Sauk Prairie

Lake Geneva's offense didn't get rolling until it was too late Tuesday night.

The Badgers scored just 12 first-half points and fell to visiting Union Grove 41-36 in the Southern Lakes Conference girls...

Fossier is NAHL's divisional star of the week
Janesville Jets forward Mitch Fossier won the NAHL's North Division Star of the Week award after leading the division leaders to a two-game sweep of the Soo Eagles over the weekend.
High Fives: Al Hughes spurs Craig's hot start
The senior guard scored 29 points Thursday to lift the Cougars over the Parker Vikings.
Jets' Fossier puts finishing touches on sweep
Mitch Fossier scored the game-winning goal and assisted on two others Saturday night, leading Janesville to a 4-1 victory over the Soo Eagles at the Janesville Ice Arena. Fossier had a goal and five assists on the weekend, and the Jets increased their lead in the NAHL North to eight points.
Defenseman Yoder helps Jets stay in first
Zach Yoder leads the Janesville Jets, who open a home series against Soo tonight, in plus/minus.
Janesville doubles up Soo
Nils Rygaard scored twice to lead the Jets to a 6-3 NAHL win in a Northern Division game at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Freshmen phenoms lead Duke past Wisconsin

Tyus Jones darted through the lane for easy baskets and hit two key 3-pointers. Any time he made a big play, his family followed with raucous applause. 

It was quite a Midwest homecoming Wednesday night for...