Dale Severson, the oldest active Flying Eagle at age 81, has been inducted into the Minnesota Sports Association Senior Hall of Fame for athletes 50 and over. He grew up in
The Regis Wrestling Boosters will sponsor a summer wrestling camp for new and inexperienced wrestlers entering grades 1-6. For a registration form, email Regis coach Kurt
The ball starts low, rising at a steady trajectory, nearly cutting through the strong winds that push it off the fairway and into the tall grass.
In the late 1970s, he was one of the hardest-hitting linebackers seen at Carson Park — or any other state gridiron for that matter.
Aaron Telitz began his racing career at 8 years old, about 500 feet north of U.S. 12 and six inches off the ground.
Bill Uelmen’s Regis boys basketball camp will be held June 15-19 at Regis High School.
Pete Ritter recorded a hole-in-one Wednesday at Mill Run Golf Course. Ritter used a 9-iron to ace the 113-yard No. 17. It was his second hole-in-one.
Charlie Kwick recorded a hole-in-one Tuesday at Princeton Valley Golf Course. Kwick used a 5-iron to ace the 185-yard No. 4 as part of a round of 35.
Five years ago, Scotty Hayden wanted to be to done with running.
John Yule recorded his third career hole-in-one Wednesday at Wild Ridge Golf Course. Yule used a 9-iron to ace the 154-yard No. 12.
The 2015 Northwest Badger Golf Classic will be held June 11 at River Falls Golf Club in River Falls. The event, which supports the Badgers football program, will include an
In their last season in Milwaukee, the Braves draw 33,874 fans for their home opener and take a 5-1 win over the Cubs as Eddie Mathews has two singles and a double. Later
Durand took third and the Bloomer girls took sixth in Division 3 at the eighth-grade girls Wisconsin State Invitational Championship Tournament on March 28-29 in Stevens
Four leagues wrapped up their seasons and crowned their team champions last week at Wagner’s Lanes. Woodford Consultants won the Big 8 Plus, Market and Johnson won the