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2015-04-29

Wisconsin schedules basketball series with Oklahoma

The Wisconsin men's basketball team will face Oklahoma in a home-and-home series the next two seasons. CBS Sports reports that they will begin the series on November 29th in Norman. The Sooners have made three straight NCAA tournament appearances and…

posted 2015-04-29 06:34:19 by WSCO

High School Sports Scores: Tuesday, April 28th

BASEBALL Kimberly 3 Appleton North 2 Fond du Lac 3 Appleton East 0 Appleton West 3 Kaukauna 1 Hortonville 12 Neenah 2 Oshkosh North 5 Oshkosh West 2 Fox Valley Lutheran 10 Little Chute 0 Clintonville 6 Waupaca 5 Freedom…

posted 2015-04-29 06:30:16 by WSCO

2015-04-28

Brewers lose again

Johnny Cueto was too much for Milwaukee as the Reds beat the worst team in baseball 4-2.  Cueto gave up three hits over eight innings against the Brewers with Ramirez and Braun each hitting a homerun. Lohse pitched seven innings…

posted 2015-04-28 20:47:45 by WSCO

High School Sports Schedule for Tuesday, April 28th

BASEBALL Appleton North at Kimberly Fond du Lac at Appleton East Kaukauna at Appleton West Hortonville at Neenah Oshkosh West at Oshkosh North Fox Valley Lutheran at Little Chute Waupaca at Clintonville Winneconne at Freedom Berlin at Ripon Marinette at…

posted 2015-04-28 09:43:26 by WSCO

High School Sports Scores: Monday, April 27th

BASEBALL Appleton West 6 Hortonville 0 Fox Valley Lutheran 11 Little Chute 1 Berlin 6 Ripon 5 Clintonville 5 Waupaca 4 Marinette 3 Menasha 1 Denmark 2 New London 1 Chilton 4 Roncalli 1 Shiocton 18 Wittenberg-Birnamwood 7 SOFTBALL Oshkosh…

posted 2015-04-28 08:26:16 by WSCO

2015-04-27

Bucks bounce Bulls to force Game 6

Milwaukee used a stellar performance by point guard Michael Carter-Williams to beat the Chicago Bulls 94-88 in Game 5 Monday night at the United Center in Chicago.  The Bucks win forces a Game 6 in the first round Eastern Conference…

posted 2015-04-27 21:48:51 by WSCO

Brewers come up short, lose to Reds

The Brewers scored four runs in the 9th inning but came up short in the end, falling to the Reds 9-6. Cincinnati ended their three game losing streak beating Milwaukee, who has the worst recond in the majors at 4-16.…

posted 2015-04-27 21:16:31 by WSCO

High School Sports Schedule for Monday, April 27th

BASEBALL Appleton West at Hortonville Freedom at Winneconne Little Chute at Fox Valley Lutheran Ripon at Berlin Clintonville at Waupaca Menasha at Marinette New London at Denmark Oconto Falls at Shawano West De Pere at Luxemburg-Casco Oshkosh Lourdes at Brillion…

posted 2015-04-27 09:17:13 by WSCO

2015-04-26

Timber Rattlers sweep Peoria

The Timber Rattlers completed a three game sweep of Peoria Sunday with a 5-1 win at Fox Cities Stadium. Zach Hirsch allowed one run over seven innings to earn his first Midwest League victory. Sthervin Matos and Dustin DeMuth each had three…

posted 2015-04-26 20:59:01 by WSCO

Brewers defeat the Cardinals

The Brewers knocked off the St. Louis Cardinals 6-3 and avoided the sweep at Miller Park on Sunday afternoon.  Adam Lind went two-for-four with his 3rd home-run this season and 2 RBI. Gerardo Parra added an RBI triple.  Michael Blazek…

posted 2015-04-26 16:28:43 by WSCO

2015-04-25

Bucks down Bulls in Game 4 on Bayless GW

With the game tied at 90 apiece with 1.3 seconds remaining in regulation, Milwaukee Bucks guard Jerryd Bayless made a layup as time expired to force a Game 5 between the Bucks and Chicago Bulls after their 92-90 win in…

posted 2015-04-25 19:49:17 by WSCO

2015-04-24

Brewers Shut Out Again, fall to 3-14

For the third time in 17 games, the Milwaukee Brewers have been shut out. Carlos Martinez struck out eight in seven innings to lead the St. Louis Cardinals to a 3-0 win Friday night over the Milwaukee Brewers in Miller…

posted 2015-04-24 22:32:18 by WSCO

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