Porter set a Red Devil Invite meet record and a school record by going 37 feet, 8 inches in the triple jump. In addition, Porter finished second in the 100 hurdles and finished third in both the 300 hurdles and long jump.

Meyer ended last season as a player/coach in the Arizona League. He wasn't sure where he'd land this season but hoped to stay within the Brewers organization. When he was offered the chance during Spring Training to move back to Wisconsin and coach with the Timber Rattlers in Grand Chute, he quickly accepted.

A cacophony of bird music heralded the arrival of spring last Wednesday, with a host of robins colluding around the bird bath, three female wood ducks and their colorful wingmen vying for the wood duck house in Jim Watson’s back yard, sandhill cranes hiding high in the sky somewhere behind t…

Green grass. That isn’t the first indication that you aren’t in Frozen Tundra territory anymore, but for baseball fans it is the most beautiful thing you see when arriving to watch games in the Arizona Cactus League.

Fishers should check out www.weather.gov, a subsidiary of the National Weather Service, and find “Advanced Hydrologic Prediction Service" to check out current data of local rivers.

Janesville Jets players Brenden Olson (Minnesota State-Mankato) and Sean Driscoll (Boston University) made Division I college commitments last week as the team kicked off a two-week trip to Alaska. After splitting with Kenai River, the Jets open a three-game series at Fairbanks on Thursday night.

The Janesville Jets gave up three goals in a six-minute span late in the third period en route to a 4-1 loss to the Kenai River Brown Bears late Saturday in a North American Hockey League game in Soldotna, Alaska. 

Hanewall's 11th goal of the season came off an assist from Jack Vincent and boosted the Jets (22-16-2-2) to their second straight win. The Steel (14-26-2-1) remain in last place in the Midwest Division. 

Justin Engelkes scored in the third period to force overtime, and Matt Hanewall scored 4 minutes, 16 seconds into the extra period as the Janesville Jets defeated the Springfield Jr. Blues 4-3 in an North American Hockey League game Saturday at Janesville Ice Arena.