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  • LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. — The Marinette girls basketball team found itself on the wrong end of a first-half 3-point barrage and ultimately suffered a 69-32 defeat at the hands of the Little Chute Mustangs on Thursday.

  • MADISON, Wis. — To enhance fishing success and opportunities for all Lake Michigan anglers, while sustaining a balanced and vibrant fisheries community, the Wisconsin Depa...

  • LANSING, Mich. — Lake views, river access, winding trails and more – in many prime locations throughout much of Michigan – are available starting Tuesday, Dec....

  • MADISON, Wis. —  As Wisconsin hunters put another gun deer season in the books, preliminary license sale, harvest registration and hunting incident numbers are now av...

  • LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. — The Marinette girls basketball team found itself on the wrong end of a first-half 3-point barrage and ultimately suffered a 69-32 defeat at the hands of the Little Chute Mustangs on Thursday.

  • Stephenson's D shuts down Norway

    STEPHENSON – A strong defensive effort in the third quarter was all it took for the Stephenson girls basketball team to get some separation and secure new head coach Jeff ...

  • Marine grapplers win season-opening match

    MARINETTE — The Marinette wrestling team won its season opener by a final score of 46-30 over Northeastern Conference foe Little Chute at P.F. Neverman Gym Thursday e...

  • UWGB-Marinette men edged by Blue Devils

    MARINETTE — Second-chance points proved costly for the UW-Green Bay-Marinette Campus men’s basketball team, as UW Green Bay-Manitowoc out-rebounded the Buccaneers in...

  • Mathias making a name for himself at Western Michigan

    KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Some people like to be in the spotlight while others are just fine laying in the weeds playing the role of the unsung hero.

    For Tanner Mathias,&#...

  • Burnett, Lady Bucs survive Holy Family

    MARINETTE — Two late baskets and a tough defensive effort in the final 64 seconds of game time allowed the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus women’s basketball team to ...

  • WAUSAUKEE — History was made just a season ago for the Wausaukee Rangers girls basketball team as ity advanced to the sectional finals, the furthest any team in school his...

  • CRIVITZ — The Marinette boys eighth grade basketball team dropped a close game to Crivitz 46-38.

     

  • GILLETT — An experienced Gillett girls basketball team forced St. Thomas Aquinas Academy into mistakes that turned into a lot of points as the Tigers defeated the Cavalettes 69-35 in Marinette & Oconto Conference play on Tuesday.
  • Rangers outrun Wildcats, improve to 4-0
    WAUSAUKEE — The Wausaukee girls basketball team breezed to a 64-22 win over Lena in its Marinette & Oconto Conference opener. The Rangers improved to 4-0 overall, 1-0 in the M&O while the Wildcats fell to 0-2 (0-1).
  • Bulldogs handle Marines for first win
    PESHTIGO — A cold night shooting and a physical Peshtigo offense were too much for the Marinette boys basketball team to overcome, as the Bulldogs muscled their way into the paint at will en route to a 78-51 victory in their season-opener on Tuesday.
  • MARINETTE — The St. Thomas Aquinas girls basketball team suffered a 48-24 loss against Florence on Monday.

     

  • CRIVITZ — The Crivitz wrestling team defeated Laona-Wabeno 36-22 in its first meet of the season on Monday.

     

  • STURGEON BAY, Wis. — The ball pressure of the Menominee girls basketball team was too much for Sturgeon Bay to handle on Monday night as the Maroons jumped out to a 20-0 lead in the first three minutes of the game and coasted to a 79-23 non-conference, season-opening win.
  • GREEN BAY — A balanced offensive attack and a tremendous effort on the glass lifted the Marinette girls basketball team to a 50-35 victory over a short-handed Green Bay East squad in non-conference action on Monday.
  • MENOMINEE — Experience and depth won’t be an issue for a Menominee girls basketball team which returns eight players from last year’s squad that took a trip to Gaylord, Mich., for the Division 2 Region 4 championship game/

  • WIND POINT, Wis. — The Marinette boys basketball team finished off a weekend of non-conference hardwood action with a 85-62 loss to The Prairie School on Saturday.

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  • KENOSHA, Wis. — The Marinette boys basketball team got a rude awakening against a quick and talented Kenosha Bradford team on Friday in a 67-44 non-conference loss.

  • LANSING — People interested in helping to shape and support Michigan’s snowmobile program and trail opportunities are encouraged to apply for vacancies on Michigan&#...

  • MADISON — 2020 stickers and state trails passes go on sale Dec. 1 at state park facilities and DNR service centers statewide. State park properties will honor 2020 st...

  • OSHKOSH, Wis. — The M&M Stingrays swim team competed at the Oshkosh YMCA Champion meet on Friday and Saturday.

    On Friday, Sadie Betzinger (10) got the event sta...

  • APPLETON, Wis. — A virtuoso defensive performance by Katelyn Kitzinger and clutch shots by Lindsey Wingender and Brooke Bayerl helped the Marinette girls basketball team erase an eight-point halftime deficit and earn a 61-56 victory against Fox Valley Lutheran on Tuesday.
  • Cavs snap 22-game losing streak with win over Twin City
    MARINETTE — It had been a long 21 months since the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy boys basketball team last won a game. On Tuesday, the 2019-20 Cavaliers put an end to a 22-game losing streak by opening their season with a convincing 79-47 win over the Twin City Eagles.
  • GREEN BAY — The Wausaukee girls basketball team improved to 2-0 with a 49-34 win over Green Bay West (0-2) on Tuesday.

     

  • Olsen, Cougars get win No. 1
    COLEMAN — Pressure defense, a distinct advantage on the boards and balanced scoring helped guide Todd Olsen and his Coleman Cougars girls basketball team in their game against Oconto on Tuesday.
  • Cavalettes allow just seven first-half points en route to first victory

    MARINETTE — The St. Thomas Aquinas Academy girls basketball team picked up its first win of the season Tuesday, 59-18 over the Twin City Eagles.

     

  • Wolverines hold on to outlast Laona-Wabeno
    CRIVITZ — In a sloppy game that could have went either way, the Crivitz girls basketball team was able to gut out a hard-earned 49-45 victory over Laona-Wabeno on Monday to improve to 2-0 on the season.
  • FON DU LAC, Wis – The M&M Thunder U12 girls hockey team participated in the Fond du Lac Trophy Hunters tournament over the weekend, going 0-3 against high-level compet...

  • MARINETTE – Cam Willemsen scored 26 points, Preston Lauscher added 23 and the UWGB-Marinette Campus moved into second place in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference with an ...

  • UWGB-Marinette campus men edge UW- Milwaukee

    MARINETTE – Cam Willemsen scored 26 points, Preston Lauscher added 23 and the UWGB-Marinette Campus moved into second place in the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference with an ...

  • Lady Bucs dominate Washington County

    MARINETTE – The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marinette Campus women’s basketball team was in control from the start and never took their foot off the gas to re...

  • MARINETTE — The Marinette 8th grade boys basketball team dominated Peshtigo en-route to a 52-24 victory Thursday, days after a decisive 38-18 win against Oconto.

    Ma...

  • WAUSAUKEE — The season got off on the right foot for the Wausaukee girls basketball team, as it took down Algoma 40-29 in itsr season-opening contest on Friday.

    The...

  • CRIVITZ — It’s never easy playing with a target on your back, but for the Crivitz Wolverines girls’ basketball team, the challenge is more than being embraced....

  • Marinette girls fall to Bulldogs

    MARINETTE — The pace was there, but the shots weren’t falling for the Marinette girls basketball team Thursday, as it lost its season opener against the Peshtigo Bulldogs 53-46 in non-conference hardwood action.

     
  • COLEMAN — Another great football season was had in the Marinette-Oconto/Northern Lakes/Packerland Conference-Small Division and for teams like Coleman and Crivitz, all conference honors were well-deserved.
  • Being on the court never felt so good for Wendt

    MARINETTE – With the scoreboard reading a lopsided 106-79 with 2:16 to play in Loras College’s season opener against Concordia-Chicago, few took notice when a 6-foot-6 freshman checked in at the scorer’s table. But for that student-athlete and those who know him, this was the biggest moment of the game and one that was a long time in coming. Jordan Wendt was back.

  • Wolves' season ends in state quarterfinals

    MANISTIQUE, Mich. — Carney-Nadeau’s postseason journey came to an end Tuesday night as it fell to Rudyard 3-1 (25-19, 23-25, 25-20, 25-11) in a Division 4 state quarterfinal volleyball match.

  • OSHKOSH, Wis. — The UWGB-Marinette men’s basketball team was in control throughout the night and despite the best efforts of UW-Oshkosh, Fox Cities, the Bucs were able to hang on for a 75-72 victory.

  • MARINETTE — The Marinette girls basketball team tips off its season tonight at home against the Peshtigo Bulldogs (0-1).

  • Second-half lapse hurts Bulldogs in opener
    PESHTIGO — Young, inexperienced and looking for consistency on offense, Peshtigo had its hands full against Wittenberg-Birnamwood in its girls basketball season opener on Tuesday.
  • MARINETTE — The M&M Thunder girls U12 hockey team tied Washington County on Saturday and earned another tie against the Fox River Freeze on Sunday.

     

  • DETROIT  — Anthony Duclair and his teammates wanted to make sure D.J. Smith got a win in his first game as a head coach in the area where he grew up.

     

  • MARINETTE — The Marinette boys 8th basketball team dropped a close game to Crivitz 49-42 on Tuesday.

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  • FLORENCE, Wis. — The Niagara girls basketball team started its season off on the right foot with a convincing 58-39 victory over Florence Bobcats on Tuesday.

    T...

  • STOCKBRIDGE, Wis. — A young and inexperienced St. Thomas Aquinas Academy girls basketball team nearly overcame a rough shooting night from the field but had its comeback fall short against Stockbridge in a 51-41 loss Tuesday night.
  • MARINETTE — The Crivitz volleyball team rolled through M&O Conference play with an undefeated record and the Wolverines have been rewarded with a league-best five all-conference selections including M&O MVP Morgen Gyger.

     

  • ESCANABA, Mich. — The Bay College men nearly got more than they bargained for Sunday in a 96-84 basketball triumph over a shorthanded Lake Superior State jayvee team.

     

  • Lady Bucs fall against Bay College Norse
    ESCANABA, Mich. — Early in the season, coach Rob Robinson loves what he’s seeing from his Bay College Norse women’s basketball team. Regardless of the competition level, the Norse are playing hard for four quarters every game and showing improvement along the way.
  • CHICAGO  — Giannis Antetokounmpo showed off a couple of scratches on his hands and arms. The leader of the Milwaukee Bucks was whistled for five offensive fouls, but finished the game on the floor.
  • CHICAGO  — Giannis Antetokounmpo showed off a couple of scratches on his hands and arms. The leader of the Milwaukee Bucks was whistled for five offensive fouls, but finished the game on the floor.

  • MARQUETTE — The M&M Stingrays swim team had a terrific outing at the Marquette Deer Camp Invite on Saturday and Sunday.

     

  • MADISON, Wis — History was made Friday, as Marinette-Peshtigo swim team members Allie Mayhew and Maija Carriveau represented their team and the area at the WIAA Division 2 state finals in Madison.

  • D&R Processing in 23rd year of operations

    MENOMINEE — Deer hunters that have the privilege to hunt in Michigan have been prepping their blinds, putting out bait and hanging up cameras all over the woods to get ready for opening day of rifle season today, but what happens after they bag their trophy buck?

  • Wolves sprint to regional title

    ISHPEMING, Mich. — In the wild, wolves attack in a pack and use a coordinated effort to take down prey.

  • Isaacson wins USTFCCCA Coach of the Year award

    HOUGHTON, Mich. — For the second time in as many years, the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) has named Michigan Tech head c...

  • Tuesday Afternoon League

    Dome Lanes

    Team Standings: NEW UP Dental 42-28, High Rollers 40-30, Marinette Moose Lodge 37-33, Railhouse Brewers 33-37, Thrivent Financi...

  • Marinette-Peshtigo swimmers make history

    MARINETTE — When Allie Mayhew and Maija Carriveau dive into the pool at the WIAA Division 2 state finals, it will be a history-making accomplishment for them both for two ...

  • Tuesday Afternoon League

    Dome Lanes

    Team Standings: NEW UP Dental 40-23, High Rollers 35-28, Marinette Moose Lodge 35-28, Railhouse Brewers 28-35, Thrivent Financi...

  • ROCHESTER, Minn. — The Bay College Norse men’s basketball team split a pair of games on Saturday and Sunday, dropping the first to Rochester Community College and sq...

  • MARINETTE — Three members of the Marinette girls golf team have earned all conference recognition after their superb seasons this fall.

  • Shaw earns unanimous all conference honors in soccer

    MARINETTE — What a difference one season can make.

  • Marines earn conference honors

    MARINETTE — Marinette head coach Nate Anderson knew that rebuilding a youth-laden Marines football program wouldn’t be an easy task, but he also knew that there were key players already in place who would work hard and set the example that all future Marines will aspire to.

  • PLYMOUTH, Wis. — A long season full of dedication, sacrifice and hard work has paid off for two members of the Marinette-Peshtigo swim team.

  • MARINETTE — Bryan Wickstrom has seen quite a bit during his 15 years in the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus, men’s basketball program, but this might be one of t...

  • MENOMINEE — Four Menominee tennis players were given postseason awards for their work during the season, led by junior Josie Hofer’s All-State Singles selection.

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  • MENOMINEE — Maroon seniors Ashly Powell and Gracie Finger were both named to the All-Great Northern Conference Second Team at the volleyball postseason award meeting last ...

  • SURING — When first making the move from 11 to 8-man football, Suring head coach Mitch Taylor wasn’t in love with the idea, but knew it was essential for his program...

  • CALUMET 39, MENOMINEE 14

    Menominee 0 8 6 0 – 14

    Calumet 8 16 8 7 – 39

    First quarter

    C – Jayden Gariepy 2-yard run (Gariepy run), 4:...

  • GREEN BAY — A matchup featuring two MVP candidates turned into a stage for a third player to make his case to be included in the MVP conversation.

    Preston Smith and...

  • OKLAHOMA CITY — Giannis Antetokounmpo couldn’t contain his frustration after a subpar first half.

    Somewhere between the court and the locker room, the Milwauk...

  • Calumet runs over Maroons for title
    CALUMET, Mich. — It was a long day for the Menominee football team’s defense on Saturday in the Division 6 Region 1 District 1 championship game as Calumet was able to run at will and eventually ran away with a 39-14 victory.
  • New day dawns for Lady Bucs
    MARINETTE — Saturday’s game against UW-Eau Claire, Barron County wasn’t just any regular season home game for the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Lady Buccaneers, but it was a start of a new era.
  • ABBOTSFORD, Wis. — The No. 6 seeded Coleman football team has been cast as the underdog all postseason and made a habit out of taking down higher seeded teams who may have...

  • DETROIT — Robby Fabbri made a promising debut for the Detroit Red Wings on Friday night.

    He scored twice — both on the power play — in his first game si...

  • Maroons drop finals heartbreaker

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee volleyball team couldn’t stop Escanaba from etching their name into the records books, as the Eskymos swept the Maroons 3-0 in the Division...

  • STEPHENSON — Two evenly matched teams, a raucous crowd and a title hanging in the balance. Thursday’s MHSAA Division 4 District 99 championship game between Stephenson and Carney-Nadeau had it all.
  • MADISON, Wis. —  Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources recreational safety specialists and the state’s 4,100 volunteer hunter education instructors urge all...

  • MADISON, Wis. — The 2019 Wisconsin deer hunting season is underway, and the Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters who harvest adult deer to test them for Chronic...

  • HOUGHTON, Mich. — A team of engineers and scientists from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is working with the Buffalo Reef Task Force to develop cost estimates and other ...