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13
Mar

Bowler's Emmel, Tigerton's Hoffman earn first-team nods

Bowler's junior guard Brandon Emmel and Tigerton's senior forward Valerie Hoffman both made the All-Conference first team this season, as Hoffman was a unanimous pick, while both were repeaters from last season's first team.

Emmel who finished tied for second in the CWC-Small in scoring at 16.5 ppg, was joined on the first team by Gresham's Ben Gondeck who finished in a tie for fourth in the league in scoring at 14.8 ppg.

Wed
13
Mar

Bonduel, Witt-Birn cleaning house

The Bonduel and Wittenberg-Birnamwood High Schools maybe miles apart in relation to distance, but their boys and girls basketball teams are strikingly close in several areas.

The boys teams both finished with identical 11-5 conference records, they both made the playoffs, and both teams had three players receive All-conference nominations.

Led by senior captain Jake Reinke the Bonduel boys made it to the regional final where they fell to Shiocton.

Tue
12
Mar

Siena first team in 47 years to go to NCAA tournament with losing record

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) -- Siena, the only NCAA tournament team with more losses than wins, has figured out how to pull them out at the right time.

Prosper Karangwa scored a career-high 31 points Tuesday night and struggling Dwayne Archbold hit a pair of free throws to clinch an 81-77 victory over Alcorn State in the play-in game.

The Saints (17-18) joined the 64-team bracket and won a trip to Washington to play Maryland, the East's No. 1 seed, on Friday.

Tue
12
Mar

Wisconsin's Hayes goes to Patriots, Callahan promoted to head coach

La'Roi Glover, the NFL sack leader in 2000, is now a Dallas Cowboy, the biggest-name free agent signed by Dallas since Deion Sanders seven years ago.

Whether he can perform again like an All-Pro is another matter.

Glover, who slipped from 17 sacks to eight last season, signed with the Cowboys on Tuesday after being cut by the New Orleans Saints for salary cap reasons.

Tue
12
Mar

Bucks move away from worst loss by defeating Bulls

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Milwaukee Bucks followed one of their worst home losses with a dominating performance.

The Bucks, losers of five of their last eight games, held Chicago without a field goal for nearly 10 minutes of the second half and beat the Bulls 110-81 Tuesday night.

Michael Redd finished with 21 points for the Bucks, who snapped a two-game home losing streak and showed signs of breaking out of their slump.

Tue
12
Mar

Award night of black eyes, surprises brings a close to winter sports

BONDUEL -- The Bonduel winter sports awards banquet brought back memories of the past season with wrestlers going to state, boys basketball having coaching difficulties and girls basketball beginning slow.

The awards banquet, held on Tuesday, brought laughter and applause from the audience as the night went on, with the girls basketball team taking the stage first.

Tue
12
Mar

Bowler banquet shows it's about more than winning, it's about fun

BOWLER -- The Bowler boys and girls basketball teams officially closed their seasons with a banquet at Bowler High School Tuesday night.

While the girls squad didn't experience the same successful regular season the boys team did, they both proved Tuesday night that the season is about more than just wins and losses.

Girls coach Ray Murphy told the crowd about how he earned his first ever technical for coaching the team this season, but it was not for yelling at the referee's -- at least not directly anyway.

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