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The Brewers struggles continuesSubmitted: 04/18/2015
PITTSBURG - The Pittsburgh Pirates defeat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2 on Saturday.

Kyle Lohse was on the mound for the Brewers. He falls to 0-3 on the season.

The Brewers are now 2-9.

They will play the Pirates on Sunday.

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 LOCAL SPORTS

RHINELANDER - The Packers will start its first organized team activity of 2015 on Monday.
One of Green Bay's offensive lineman was in town Friday.
Don Barclay signed autographs at Rhinelander Toyota and had a good time with fans from the Northwoods.

"Yeah I mean this is probably the farthest north I've been in the state," Barclay said. "You know it's crazy to see all the Green Bay banners, license plates, stuff like that. All the fans that are up here and support us. It's pretty special."

Unfortunately Barclay missed all of 2014 with a knee injury but he says he should be ready to go in 2015. He spent the off season in Michigan with his old college strength coach from West Virginia. Barclay says the team is ready to get back after the tough ending against the Seahawks.

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WOODRUFF - The King of The Cage returns to Lake of the Torches Saturday night.

Two mixed martial arts athletes from Lac Du Flambeau will enter the cage.

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ATHENS - Last month, Newswatch 12 featured two siblings who run track at Athens High School.

One of those siblings signed his letter of intent to run track for the Wisconsin Badgers today.

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IRON COUNTY - Hunting in the Northwoods stays strong because of family tradition and love for the sport. One Northwoods hunter is continuing a hunting tradition that has been going strong in Wisconsin for hundreds of years.

Jeff Wilson traps in what he calls 'Beaver Alley' on the Turtle Flambeau Flowage in Mercer.

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RHINELANDER - Winter looks like it's finally behind us, which means spring sports can finally start heading outdoors. And nothing says warm weather like the crack of the bat.

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FOREST COUNTY - The Wisconsin DNR may have some new rules for spring wildlife and fisheries next year in the wake of its annual rules hearings across the state Monday night.


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RHINELANDER - State rules for spring wildlife and fisheries could look a little different next year after the DNR holds its annual spring rules hearing Monday.


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 REGIONAL SPORTS
Bucks fall to Bulls in game 1Submitted: 04/18/2015

CHICAGO - The Chicago Bulls defeat the Milwaukee Bucks 103-91 in game one of the Eastern Conference quarter finals.

The Bulls were led by Jimmy Butler. He had 25.

The Bucks leading scorer was Kris Middleton. He had 18.


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ST. LOUIS - John Lackey threw seven scoreless innings and Matt Carpenter doubled twice, helping the St. Louis Cardinals to a 4-0 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday.

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MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Bucks ended their regular season with a record even at 41-41, but those numbers are good enough to earn them the sixth seed in the Eastern Conference Playoffs.

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GREEN BAY - All-Pro fullback John Kuhn is headed back to the Green Bay Packers.


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MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers (1-4) beat the Pittsburgh Pirates (1-4) 6-0 in Milwaukee Saturday.

The victory is its first one in the 2015 season.

Jimmy Nelson pitched seven innings for the Brewers.

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INDIANAPOLIS - Wisconsin Men's Basketball Head Coach Bo Ryan likes to run his program a certain way, and he made that clear last night after the tough loss in the National Championship Game.

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INDIANAPOLIS - The Duke Blue Devils will appear in their ninth National Championship game tonight.

They've won four national championships, including two in Indianapolis.

Fortunately it's only this season that matters tonight.

These two teams have already met this year.

The Badgers fell to the Blue Devils 80-70 in December.

But both teams have obviously changed in the past four months.

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