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2021 Breakout Badgers: Isaiah Mullens

Last football offseason we went through every single player on the Wisconsin Badgers roster. While it was certainly interesting to dig into some of the lesser known players, there were a lot of players where, well to put it politely there just wasn’t a lot to say about every player on the team.
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Berghammer primed for new college endorsement regulations

When Noah Berghammer and single are mentioned in the same sentence, most Janesville residents would associated it with his baseball skills. That is not the case these days. Yes, the 2018 Janesville Craig High graduate and three-year starter on the Cougars baseball team is spending the summer in Saugerties, New York. He’s playing summer baseball for the Saugerties Stallions in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.
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Basketball: Lake Mills graduate Mark Darnall excited for first season at Eastern Washington

Mark Darnall has spent the last decade working his way up the food chain. Darnall, a 2005 Lake Mills High School graduate, accepted in May an assistant coaching position at NCAA Division 1 Eastern Washington University for men’s basketball. After four seasons at Division II Chico State, Darnall will now work for new Eastern head coach David Riley, who took over the lead role in March after Shantay Legans accepted the Portland University head coaching gig shortly after the Eagles’ NCAA Tournament run concluded.
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Out celebrating the Bucks’ win? Doctors say you should watch for these COVID symptoms, even if you are fully vaccinated

MADISON, Wis. — The Deer District is the center of the sports world, but could it soon make Wisconsin the next COVID epicenter?. Public health officials warn a surge in cases isn’t a matter of if, but when, as Bucks fans continue to celebrate and cases continue to climb. In Wisconsin, the number of people testing positive and being hospitalized for COVID has been growing for two weeks straight, and 80% of new cases are now the highly-contagious delta strain.

Another Badger North title highlights season on the diamond

After losing the 2020 season to the pandemic and not returning any players with varsity experience, the Waunakee prep baseball team came into the 2021 campaign with a lot of uncertainty. The Warriors showed their inexperience at times, but they came together when they had to and captured a share...

Roman Khrennikov To Miss CrossFit Games Again

Due to Visa issues, Roman Khrennikov will not be in Madison, Wisconsin, despite winning the Last-Chance Qualifier and punching his ticket to the CrossFit Games. This is the 3rd time he was eligible to be on stage in the United States, but could not make it. Roman Khrennikov is one...

Kalamazoo Growlers come up short to Madison on the road

MADISON, WI (WKZO AM/FM) — After a three day All-Star break, the Kalamazoo Growlers returned to the diamond Thursday evening, falling on the road to the Madison Mallards, 5-4. It was a packed house at the “Duck Pond” and the energy throughout the stadium certainly added to the excitement on the field.

Inaugural karate events to be held at Tokyo Olympics

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - One new sport in this year’s 2021 Olympic Games is karate, which will debut in the country where martial arts originated. There are two Olympic karate events- kata, or forms, and kumite, or sparring. Seth Degnan, a sixth-degree black belt, owns Kicks Unlimited and has traveled...

Madison-connected rowers to participate in tomorrow’s Tokyo 2020 Olympics

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - Tomorrow begins the Tokyo 2020 Olympics rowing events and there are multiple athletes connected to Wisconsin who will be participating. Starting at 6 p.m. rowing begins with the men’s and women’s four and lightweight double sculls heats; and single sculls and double sculls repechages from the Sea Forest Waterway.
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US women's volleyball team's quest for gold began in Rio

TOKYO (AP) — For the U.S. women’s volleyball team, the road to this Olympics and a quest for the country’s first gold medal in the sport began in the hours after a frustrating semifinal loss to Serbia in the Olympics five years ago. An inspiring letter from beach volleyball star...