Sports - Thursday 10-31-13
After going 86 years without a
World Series win the Boston Red Sox have now won three times in the last
decade. The Red Sox closed out the St.
Louis Cardinals with a 6-1 last night at Fenway. The Red Sox win the best of
seven series 4-2. It was the first time
The Bucks rallied from 25 points
down to take a lead on the New York Knicks late but still lost 90-83 in the season
The Bucks also announced that their new floor will have to be resurfaced and will not be available for a few weeks. The final preseason game was cancelled in the first quarter because players kept slipping and falling.
The Badger men’s basketball teams stopped UW-Platteville 80-51 in their exhibition opener on Wednesday night. Ben Brust scored 20 for UW. The Badgers also announced that sophomore guard Zak Showalter and junior guard Jordan Smith will red-shirt this season.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
reports that the Packers have given practice squad QB Scott Tolzien a big raise
to keep him from signing to another team’s 53-man roster. The paper says the former Badger QB went from
making $6,000 per week to over $32,000 per week to stay in
We’ve got Thursday night football
tonight on KFIZ as
WIAA Girls Volleyball – Sectional
Xavier @ Waupun – Thursday
We’ve got three high school games
on the radio this weekend at Mountain Dog Media. On Friday night,
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