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Moustakas homers, Brewers rally to beat Diamondbacks 8-3 Following Trump's orders, Herman takes Barbasol lead
PHOENIX — Mike Moustakas hit a three-run homer in the eighth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers scored six runs after Zack Greinke left to beat the Diamondbacks 8-3 Saturday night. Greinke allowed two runs and struck out nine in seven innings to move into 29th on baseball's all-time strikeouts list, leaving with a 3-2 lead. NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. — Jim Herman took the Barbasol Championship lead — with some help from President Donald Trump. Trump's regular golf partner while working as an assistant professional at Trump National Bedminster in New Jersey, Herman changed to a conventional putting grip and clubhead at the president's suggestion.
Brad Keselowski takes NASCAR Cup pole at New Hampshire 'Queen of Saratoga' Marylou Whitney dies at 93
LOUDON, N.H.  — Brad Keselowski topped qualifying at New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Friday for his first NASCAR Cup pole since 2017. Keselowski turned a fast lap of 136.384 mph in his Ford to edge Kyle Busch, who briefly held the top speed Friday before Keselowski bumped him from the top. "We're happy with that effort. SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. — Marylou Whitney, a successful thoroughbred breeder and owner whose family helped keep Saratoga Race Course open in the 1970s, has died. She was 93. The New York Racing Association said she died Friday at her estate in Saratoga Springs, after a long illness. No further details were provided.

Today's Feature


Thurman looks to end Pacquiao's resurgent career in showdown
LAS VEGAS — Keith Thurman certainly seems like more than the modern Manny Pacquiao should be able to handle. Thurman (29-0, 22 KOs) is a decade younger, certainly more powerful and maybe even a bit faster than his famously speedy opponent. Thurman is a tough, voluble welterweight champion in his prime competitive years, and Pacquiao represents the biggest fight of his career — a once-in-a-lifetime chance to pound a boxing great into retirement.

 


Ex-Cardinals lineman surrenders to police on assault charge
GREENSBORO, N.C. — An offensive tackle for the Arizona Cardinals who was released this week has surrendered to police in North Carolina after a warrant was issued for his arrest on an assault charge.

Top negotiator Rick Shapiro leaves baseball players' union
NEW YORK — Rick Shapiro left his job as a top negotiator for the Major League Baseball Players Association on Friday after 9½ years.

Yanks' Boone suspended, "not real proud" of profane rant
NEW YORK — Yankees manager Aaron Boone expected to be suspended following his profane rant at a rookie umpire and opted to serve his one-game ban against the Colorado Rockies on Friday night.

MLB Roundup
SEATTLE — Mike Leake of the Seattle Mariners lost his bid to pitch a perfect game on a leadoff single in the ninth inning by rookie Luis Rengifo, then finished off the Los Angeles Angels for a 10-0 win Friday night.


RECENT FEATURES

What Motivates Middleton
Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard and small forward Khris Middleton has worked long and hard to be where he is today: successful NBA star who joined teammate Giannis Antetokounmpo at last month’s All-Star game; one of just three Milwaukee Bucks in history who have made it to the Mountain Dew Three-Point Contest multiple times; award-winning philanthropist and all around kindhearted, humble man.


Gold Medal Mindset
Hailing from Delafield, Alex Rigsby, goaltender of the U.S. women’s national ice hockey team, notes that bonds forged with teammates can be everlasting.





Shop Talk: Jake and Alaina Bresette of Lake Effect Surf Shop
Every day, Jake Bresette gets the weather report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and posts Lake Michigan water conditions on the front door of Lake Effect Surf Shop. Bresette’s shop partner is his wife, Alaina, who is also an outdoor sports fan. The couple has a baby girl, Rory.

15 Minutes With: Alvaro Garcia-Velez
Milwaukee Kickers Soccer Club was born in the late 1960s with four youth teams, one adult team and a total of 78 players. Since then, the organization has grown to more than 8,500 members between ages 3 and 18 representing 15 regions in southeastern Wisconsin.


Meet Malcolm
The NBA’s Rookie of the Year talks family, philanthropy and advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals.



10 Things With No. 10
A Menomonee Falls native bikes 16,000 miles to raise awareness for how poverty impacts education — and learns a great deal about herself and humanity along the way.



15 Minutes With: Tonieh Welland
Tonieh Welland spent a season riding with the Bella Donnas, a group that organized female-only rides, but as its only black member, she felt more could be done to reach women of color. So she founded the Milwaukee chapter of Black Girls Do Bike (BGDB), now in its third season of “no-drop” rides that leave no rider behind.

10 Things With No. 10
Sam Hauser, a 6-foot-7-inch forward on the Marquette University men’s basketball team, quickly became a Golden Eagles fan favorite. He scored 14 points in his first collegiate game against Vanderbilt University, and he was named the Big East Freshman of the Week in mid-November.



15 Minutes With: MIKE LIAMBAS
Mike Liambas is excited about returning to Milwaukee for a second tour of duty with the Admirals. He played here from 2012-15, and moved to AHL rival Rockford last season.


Lasting A Lifetime
Anyone with a child involved in sports knows the excitement, joy and heroic moments that occur on those playing fields. When they happen, they’re priceless, but they often disappear as time diminishes our memories.


Tee Time
In a city like Milwaukee, finding outdoor to-dos isn’t difficult during the summer months. Festivals, music events and #lakelife activities abound, and one of the area’s most popular summer sports — golf — becomes a nearly weekly (if not daily) pastime. Whether you’re new to the sport or a seasoned pro, here are five public golf courses fit for all experience levels.

15 minutes with: Jim Huber
After 40 years as an attorney with Foley & Lardner, Jim Huber retired, but he’s never slowed down. At 78, he’s the president of the Milwaukee Polo Club in Hartland, playing, training horses and encouraging both men and women to give the "sport of kings" a try.


There's no place like home
In his iconic novel "You Can’t Go Home Again," Thomas Wolfe penned the following declaration: "You can’t go back home to your family, back home to your childhood, back home to romantic love, back home to a young man’s dreams of glory."

Bowling documentary scores a 300
Completed in an intense 48 hours in July 2014, "Rolling Underground" is a five-minute documentary on Milwaukee bowling alleys and the characters you’ll find out on the lanes.

 

 

Water playground
Yoga has moved from terra firma to water, and the result is a new dimension in tapping into one’s core. Improving flexibility, strength and balance while serenely floating in an outdoor environment is a challenge worth taking, says longtime yoga instructor Trish Washburn of Soleil Lune Yoga in Oconomowoc.

 

What's better than this?
The Milwaukee Brewers have earned a playoff berth and added a division title to their rich history since Mark Attanasio took over ownership 10 years ago, and the owner is showing no signs of slowing down. Despite a few set backs (Ryan Braun’s suspension and a frustrating 2014 season), his enthusiasm has not waned as he continues to push forward toward greatness for the baseball team.

Bike Polo
Not long ago, the local participants in bike polo spent almost as much time hoping not to get arrested during a game as they did playing it. But these days, the Milwaukee Bike Polo Club zooms around on two wheels, focusing solely on scoring goals while its membership steadily grows.

 

Rolling magic
As family friendly activities go, this was definitely way out there. While many parents and children bond at movies, picnics and ballgames, Tim Knoll had his mother ride alongside him, shooting video of her son riding his BMX bike under 11 consecutive, stationary semi-trailers at a Wauwatosa industrial parking lot.

Selig's Time Capsule
Miller Park has delighted millions of fans through its exemplary baseball aesthetic, while showcasing the history of the sport in Milwaukee. This summer, the Brewers will unveil a permanent tribute to the man who made much of that history possible.

Working the Wojo Magic
It was more than just a basketball decision for Steve Wojciechowski to become the men’s basketball coach at Marquette University.

 


Extreme team
"The desire or need for risk varies by each person’s innate personality," says Dr. Jennifer Heinemann, clinic director and psychologist at Psychological Health Services in Brookfield. "Pair a need for risk-taking with someone who likes to be outdoors and physical, and you have extreme sports." 

Get hooked
Polo, once exclusively the domain of the rich, is reinventing itself here and across the country to attract new players and spectators to the game. The Milwaukee Polo Club, which has been around for about six decades, has thrown off its airs in favor of a common-man experience.

 

Our Olympics
With our legendary winters and world-famous gemutlichkeit, Milwau should be an obvious choice to host a future Winter Games. But if we can’t get the attention of the International Olympic Committee, perhaps we should host our own Olympics — Milwaukee style.
 


Full skate ahead
"The first question I always get," says speed skater Mitchell Whitmore, "is ‘Were you in the Olympics?’" In fact, Sochi will be his second trip to the Olympic Games.

 

 

Road to Sochi
It’s time to come in from the cold Wisconsin air and settle in for the 2014 Winter Olympics, Feb. 6-23 in Sochi, Russia. With memorable champions including Eric Heiden, Bonnie Blair, Dan Jansen and members of the "Miracle on Ice" 1980 hockey team, our state’s winter sports legacy runs deep.


Rookie Run
"Get off the court, Nate." Those five words spoken by Bucks assistant coach Scott Williams sum up why Nate Wolters is in the NBA in the first place and has been a pleasant surprise in his rookie season. 


'A' Player
Sergio Rivas first played pool in the basement of his West Allis home when he was 10 years old. Four years later he has some lofty goals when it comes to shooting stick. "I want to be untouchable by anybody," he says.

 

Gridiron action
Hallowed Ground: More than 1 million fans and counting have taken the Lambeau Field stadium tour. Don’t take a trip to Lambeau without stopping at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame. 

Linked In
Brian Wroblewski is not a great golfer, but there are few people who are more passionate about the game. Wroblewski became frustrated after hearing friends talk about great weekend 7xperiences on various area courses and wondered why his golf buddies couldn’t have shared those experiences by playing together.


The Bachelor
The Milwaukee Bucks’ Luc Richard Mbah a Moute loves his Milwaukee neighborhood. It’s close to downtown and work and the always interesting Brady Street. "I like to walk to the lake when it’s nice or jog there, too," he says.




Court time
As the country ramps up for March Madness, watch for players with Milwaukee ties when the 68 teams take to the courts this month. Racine Horlick grad Jamil Wilson, a 6-7 junior forward, one of Marquette’s leading scorers and rebounders, and Jake Thomas, a 6-foot-3-inch junior guard from Racine St. Catherine’s, hope to help the Golden Eagles to a third straight Sweet 16 appearance.

Chairman on the board
Neal Levin dips far into his childhood to recall how he got involved in skateboarding. Around him, the roar of stoked skaters makes for a constant echo throughout his cavernous Four Seasons Skatepark.


The brotherhood of football
Connie Watt was the youngest of five girls in her family — and she knew what she wanted when she was starting her own. "I prayed when I was pregnant that I would have boys, and that’s what I got," she says.


Blast off!

Owning a professional sports team never even crossed the mind of Waukesha resident Elzie Flenard when he was playing high school basketball in Illinois. Now, Flenard, 29, is the new owner of the expansion Milwaukee Blast.



Make way for Jennipede
Marathon runners are a dedicated bunch normally — let’s face it, running 26.2 miles requires some serious devotion. But on Oct. 2, members of Team Jenny will show what dedication truly means when they run linked together during the Milwaukee Lakefront Marathon.

'Soling' Away
Unlike Winken, Blinken and Nod, sailing from the nursery in a wooden shoe, the Soling sailors from the Milwaukee Yacht Club sail in boats built for speed and maneuverability.

Bike basecamp
When you love what you do, it shows. You live it, think it and are obsessed with it 24/7. Perhaps freelance photographer Peter DiAntoni is obsessed with biking, or he is at least very passionate about it — insomuch that he created a biking magazine to prove it.

Go with the flow
Abe Clark’s first running goal was set back in fifth grade. A twinge of sibling rivalry turned into a passion when Clark was determined to beat big brother Ben’s new mile record at Gillett Middle School in Gillett.

Chasin' the dream
Ask a young boy what he wants to be when he grows up. If he doesn’t say a firefighter, the answer is probably a Major League baseball player. The dream starts in T-ball, and for most continues to Little League.

A whole new ballgame
The Lakeshore Chinooks will be one of 17 teams from Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan, Iowa and Ontario competing in the Northwoods wooden bat baseball league this summer.

LAX in the house
Lacrosse, one of the nation’s fastest growing sports, has found a home throughout the Midwest, including Milwaukee. It’s been played predominantly on the East Coast, but it’s gaining ground here through youth and high school programs.

Art of the swing
As global creative director of Racquet Cosmetics for Wilson Sporting Goods in Chicago, he is not your average art director. "I’m not the kind of person who walks around wearing black clothes with a serious expression at all times," he laughs. "I love color, and I love to laugh and have a good time. That’s the real me."

Mission possible
Looking to burn some serious calories? Join the boot camp craze sweeping Milwaukee. These military-inspired workouts pack a powerful punch — and major fun.

Off the beaten path
Taking her place on the front line of the 2012 USA Cycling Cyclo-Cross Nationals last month in Madison, 17-year-old Corrie Osborne was already among the nation’s cyclo-cross elite.

London calling
Gwen Jorgensen never dreamed of becoming an Olympic athlete. Even during college, when she reached All-American status in track, she didn’t have her sites set on representing the United States at the games.

Adventure bound
First it was the marathon, then the triathlon; now it’s adventure racing for thrill-seeking athletes. Adventure racing takes the running, biking, paddling and distance from other endurance sports, but ramps up the challenge.
 

 




















 









 






 



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