MADISON (AP) — Wisconsin coach Gary Andersen has more questions than answers about his offense after his team’s fourth-quarter collapse Saturday.
Dual-threat quarterback Tanner McEvoy struggled in his debut and running back Melvin Gordon had just four carries in the second half of the Badgers’ 28-24 loss to 13th-ranked LSU.
The Carthage men’s soccer team scored one goal in each half in defeating Willamette College (Ore.), 2-0, on Monday afternoon at Art Keller Field.
Carthage (2-0) took a 1-0 lead when Ivan Chavez headed in a corner kick from Austin Bitta at the 9 minute, 10 second mark.
Todd Daun capped his racing season on a high note on Saturday night at the Wilmot Raceway.
In the season finale for the Midwest Hoosier Tire Outlaw Sprint Car Series, the Pleasant Prairie driver won the 20-lap season championship feature to secure the Wilmot Raceway season championship crown.
HOUSTON (AP) — Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon said he can already hear the critics.
After watching a 17-point lead dissolve in dramatic fashion in No. 14 Wisconsin’s 28-24 loss to No. 13 LSU on Saturday night, Gordon said he knew what was coming.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls volleyball team went 5-1 to finish second at the seven-team Wilmot Invitational.
The Pacers defeated Stoughton, Mishicot, Wilmot, St. Joseph and Milton — three of the victories were in three sets — and lost to Sussex-Hamilton.
Hinsdale (Ill.) Central, the seventh-ranked boys soccer team in the country, scored in the 12th, 16th and 49th minutes to defeat Tremper, 3-0, in a non-conference game Saturday night at Carthage’s Art Keller Field.
“Hinsdale Central came in with some heavy accolades, and tonight we found out why,” Tremper coach Chris Tindall said after his team dropped to 6-2. “I’d be hard-pressed to think of a high school team that I’ve seen do a better job of limiting time and space.
The Carthage women’s volleyball team capped a perfect season-opening weekend with two more victories on Saturday in the Elmhurst Tournament at R.A. Faganel Hall in Elmhurst, Ill.
The Reds (4-0) knocked off No. 17 University of Chicago, 24-26, 25-23, 25-17, 25-17, and swept Dominican (Ill.), 25-17, 25-21, 25-13.
ANTIOCH, Ill. — When Tremper returned on Saturday night to finish a non-conference game at Antioch, Ill., that had been postponed Friday night because of lightning, the Trojans found the atmosphere quite different.
Gone was the big crowd, along with some of the intensity when the game resumed with less than six minutes remaining in the third quarter and Tremper trailing 12-7.
The Carthage women’s golf team opened its season by winning the 13-team “Tournament on the Border” on Saturday at Bristol Oaks Country Club.
The Reds finished the 36-hole tournament at 64-over par 640 (321-319), 11 shots ahead of runner-up UW-Whitewater (322-329), who they led by one shot after Friday’s first round.
T.J. Cadd rushed for 166 yards and three touchdowns as Union Grove defeated host St. Joseph 28-7 Friday night at Ameche Field.
Marshawn Bell had a 19-yard touchdown run for the Lancers, who dropped to 0-2.
The Central girls volleyball team finished 2-1 at the St. Thomas More Joust at Mequon Homestead on Friday.
After beating Brookfield Central and Wisconsin Lutheran, the Falcons lost to Neenah.
The Carthage College women’s golf team shot a 321 Friday at Bristol Oaks Country Club to take a one-shot lead over second-place UW-Whitewater at the 13-team Carthage Tournament on the Border.
Carthage junior McKenzie Parks fired a school-record round of 1-under 71. She holds a five-shot lead over St. Xavier’s Taylor Thompson (76, second place) heading into today’s final round.
Bradford graduate Michael Savaglio, a junior with the Valparasio University men’s tennis team, was one of six Valparasio athletes to receive the Arthur J. Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award as selected by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine, the school announced earlier this week.
The award recognizes minority undergraduate student-athletes. To be eligible, recipients must maintain at least a 3.2 grade-point average and be active on their campus and in the community.
WILMOT — There are some games where you can point to a myriad of factors that create the outcome.
This wasn’t one of them.
SOMERS — A bigger, faster and stronger Shoreland Lutheran football team had something to prove in its home opener against Christian Life on Friday night.
The Pacers wanted to show their fans that this team is much different from the squads Shoreland fielded the past two seasons.