CRIVITZ — The Milwaukee Bucks will bring their "Own the Future" Statewide Tour to Oktoberfest in Crivitz Saturday.

Bucks' first-round pick D.J. Wilson will be in attendance along with the mascot Banjo, Milwaukee Bucks Dancers and the Rim Rockers.

The Statewide Tour will consist of Wilson and other Bucks personalities giving back to communities throughout the state through basketball clinics, giveaways, autograph signings and exciting performances by the Bucks entertainment teams at a variety of local events.

They are expected at about 2:30 p.m. at Littleland Community Playground, 510 Louisa St., Crivitz.

MENOMINEE — The Menominee junior varsity football team defeated Kingsford 33-8 Thursday at Walton Blesch Field.

John Boucher had touchdown runs of eight and seven yards in the first quarter.

Hunter Goldschmidt found Ethan Russell for a 12-yard touchdown to give the Maroons a 21-8 halftime lead.

Goldschmidt plunged in from one yard out to extend the lead to 27-8 in the third quarter.

In the fourth quarter, Brock Barrette hit Joe Haire for a 35-yard touchdown to close the scoring.

Menominee rushed 39 times for 360 yards as a team.

Boucher had two interceptions on defense, Haire recovered a fumble and Drew Dubey had a sack.

MARINETTE — Marinette's junior varsity 2 football defeated Luxemburg-Casco 28-8 on Thursday at Higley Stadium.

Dalton Kaster ran for two touchdowns and Nate Poetzl had one TD run for the Marines. Addison Fitzgerald returned an interception 75 yards for a TD.

Owen Suennen also had an interception and Kaster recovered a fumble.

Marinette will play at Clintonville next Thursday.

MARINETTE — Jim Dufrane won the Little River Country Club 50-59 gross championship with a 70. 

Jim Wagner was right on his heals with a 71. Dave Nielsen and Oscar Burnett each carded scores of 65 to win the 50-59 net title.

Charlie Miller and Fred Stubenvoll each shot 77 to tie for the 60-69 gross title. Steve Cheney and Miller had 67s to top the net category.

Bill Kowalski's 80 was the low score in the 70 and over gross competition. Terry Woods, Chuck Heath and Butch Ganter shot 81s. Ganter won the net title with a 65. Bill Lund carded a 66, and Gene Miller had a 69.