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  The Colorado Rockies put up 10 runs and 16 hits Monday on Opening Day. Tuesday, the Rockies put up another double-digit hit total and hung on to win 5-2 against the Milwaukee Brewers. Brewe...more>>
Conner McHugh and younger brother Max McHugh have now won the last four YMCA Short Course National Championships in the 100 breaststroke. Starting at the age of 16, Conner won the first ever Door Co...more>>
Sturgeon Bay’s Bill Hendrickson and Penny Jandrin tied atop the DoorCountyDailyNews.com YOUPICKEM Bracket Challenge. Each took Wisconsin to lose to Duke in the National Championship and tallie...more>>
The Track meet at Kewaunee today has been postponed due to weather. No makeup date has been set yet. The scrimmage between the Bay Port and Sturgeon Bay varsity baseball teams will not take place o...more>>
Duke notched its fifth National Championship in NCAA Men’s Basketball last night with a 68-63 win over the Wisconsin Badgers. The 74 year title draught will continue for at least another year as...more>>
It was been a very memorable year. From the 8-under girls winning the YMCA State Championship, 6 state records, 14 Individual and Relay State Champions, to 19 YMCA National Championship cut times, and...more>>
It will go down as one of the worst Opening Days in Milwaukee Brewers history. The Brewers fell to the Colorado Rockies 10-0 Monday. Kyle Lohse got the start. Lohse gave up four first inning runs and...more>>
Beating Kentucky was something every Badgers player, coach and fan had on their mind throughout the NCAA Tournament. Now that UW got revenge from last year’s buzzer beater in the Final Four, a...more>>
The Algoma eighth grade boys tournament basketball team is the DoorCountyDailyNews.com Youth Sports Team of the Week. The young men finished their season strong last month with a win in the Oconto F...more>>
Opening Day is finally here. Across Major League Baseball, some call it a National holiday. The Milwaukee Brewers start the 2015 season against the Colorado Rockies Monday afternoon at Miller Park. Ky...more>>
The Green Bay Blizzard Indoor Arena Football team had the week off on the bye. Currently, the Blizzards are third in the United Conference behind Sioux Falls and Cedar Rapids. Next game is Saturday ...more>>
After a statement win Friday, the Milwaukee Bucks let a winnable game slip through their fingers when they lost to the Orlando Magic 97-90 Saturday. The loss keeps the sixth-seeded Bucks ahead o...more>>
The Wisconsin Badgers entered the Final Four as a five-point underdog against Kentucky. They were truly the better team when they beat the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats 71-64 Saturday. Frank "The Tank...more>>
Second baseman Scooter Gennett drove in three runs, while going two-for-three, as the Milwaukee Brewers beat Cleveland Friday, 6-3.  Gennett doubled in Jean Segura in the second in...more>>
An 18-2 surge in the third quarter helped the Milwaukee Bucks avoid their 12th straight road loss.  The Bucks’ first win away from the Bradley Center came against t...more>>
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