Thursday, 12 March 2015 16:27

Krambeer lights it up for R-P at state

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Rushford-Peterson's Alex Vix, middle, drives to the basket for a layup past Fond du Lac Ojibwe's Dexter Delille (34) and Justin Brown (20) during a MSHSL Class A Boys Basketball Tournament quarterfinal game Thursday, March 12, 2015, at Williams Arena in Minneapolis. PHOTO: Andrew Link/Winona Daily News

MINNEAPOLIS – Charlie Krambeer picked a good time to be on fire.

The Rushford-Peterson High School senior scored 28 of his 33 points in the first half of a 105-58 win Thursday over Fond du Lac Ojibwe on Thursday in the opening round of the Minnesota Class A state tournament at Williams Arena.

Thursday, 12 March 2015 02:44

Onalaska vs. Henry Ellenson

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MENOMONIE, Wis. – It took two overtimes for the Onalaska High School boys basketball team to upset top-seeded Holmen in the playoffs last week.

That game may look easy now, compared to what the Hilltoppers (16-8) are up against tonight.

Thursday, 12 March 2015 02:06

Vix has No. 1 Rushford-Peterson back at state

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Rushford-Peterson High School coach Tom Vix has seen just about everything when it comes to basketball, especially Minnesota state basketball.

Whether that’s from one of the hall of fame coach’s 15 teams he has brought to state or from the rest of the field.

Thursday, 12 March 2015 00:44

Burg dunks, Lampert assists, Caledonia advances

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Caledonia's Colton Lampert (11) lays in a shot during a MSHSL Class AA boys basketball tournament quarterfinal game against Annandale on March 11, 2015, at Williams Arena in Minneapolis. PHOTO: Andrew Link/Winona Daily News

Warriors exact revenge, head to state semifinals

MINNEAPOLIS – Jason Burg never dunked before. Not in a varsity game, anyway.

The 6-foot-4 senior picked as good a time as any. On the Williams Arena floor. At State. When his team needed it most. And against the team that ruined their state-title hopes last year.

Friday, 06 March 2015 03:06

Aquinas girls head to section final

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LA CROSSE, Wis. - Heading into the WIAA Division 4 girls sectional semifinal, all the hype was about University of Wisconsin-Green Bay recruit Macenzie Kraemer.

Friday, 06 March 2015 02:41

Badgers take down Minnesota, claim Big Ten title

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Wisconsin forward Frank Kaminsky (44) drives on Minnesota center Bakary Konate (21) in the second half at Williams Arena. PHOTO: Jesse Johnson, USA TODAY

ST PAUL - Last weekend, the University of Wisconsin clinched a share of the Big Ten title on senior night at the Kohl Center.

Thursday, the sixth-ranked Badgers claimed it outright with a 76-63 win over Minnesota at Williams Arena.

ROCHESTER, Minn. – Rushford-Peterson High School’s boys basketball team is headed back to its second home – the state tournament.

For the fourth season in a row and fifth time in six seasons, R-P is headed to the Class A state tourney after a 57-46 win over Goodhue at the Mayo Civic Center.

Monday, 02 March 2015 01:32

What do Packers do with Cobb?

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If you really love something, you let it go and hope it returns.

Is that how the Green Bay Packers are approaching Randall Cobb's impending free agency?

The deadline is fast approaching for the Packers to do something with Cobb.

It appears, however, that the five-year veteran, who finished fourth in the league in touchdown receptions (12) – one behind teammate Jordy Nelson – and 11th in the league in receiving yards (1,287), will hit the open market in free agency.

Monday, 02 March 2015 00:01

Badgers win, celebrate Big Ten title

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The University of Wisconsin men's basketball team celebrated after its victory on Sunday.

Wednesday, 25 February 2015 01:50

Koenig struggles, UW's 10-game streak snapped

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Wisconsin guard Bronson Koenig (24) brings the ball up court in the first half against Maryland at Xfinity Center. PHOTO: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY

By RICK SOLEM

COLLEGE PARK, Md. - The Maryland fans stormed the court. That’s the kind of win it was over the fifth-ranked University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team on Tuesday.

The Badgers overcame their biggest deficit of the season (11 at half) only to come up short on the road, 59-53.