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ATHENS, Ohio (AP) -- An Ohio museum has returned two eagle-feather headdresses and other items to a Native American tribe in Wisconsin after finding them in storage. Officials with the Athens County Historical Society and Museum in southern Ohio say the pieces have been returned to the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin and are in the hands of the Menominee Cultural Museum in Keshena, Wis. The items were in a collection of Native American and natural-history items donated to the Athens museum in 1999 that included moccasins and stone tools among other things.
The Concordia-Moorhead Cobbers won the Merrill Thompson Tip-Off Classic championship with an 84-62 win over the host University of Wisconsin-Superior men's basketball team Sunday afternoon at Mertz Mortorelli Gym. Brandon Giese had 17 points and Jordan Bolger added 11 points and nine rebounds as the Cobbers improved to 3-1 on the season. Concordia also got 12 points from Brady Syverson and 11 points from Jordan Bolger. Jerrod Peterson led the Yellowjackets with 22 points and eight rebounds.
Boys Hockey Eau Claire Memorial 5, Superior 3 Notre Dame 4, Wausau West 2 Arrowhead 4, Oshkosh 0 Cedarburg 3, KM/Mukwonago 2 Janesville 9, Greendale 2 Kenosha 1, Wisconsin Dells/Reedsburg 0 Madison West 8, Hayward 4 Menomonie 4, Amery 0 Mosinee 2, Appleton United 2, OT (tie) Neenah/Hortonville 5, Green Bay United 3 River Falls 9, Baldwin-Woodville 0 Sheboygan 7, Grafton 0 Somerset 9, Pine City/Rush City, Minn. 0 Stoughton 8, Wisconsin Dells/Reedsburg 6 University School of Milwaukee 3, Middleton 0 Waunakee 5, Minneapolis, Minn.
TOMAHAWK, Wis. (AP) -- The funeral for a 50-year-old comic actor who had a heart attack while hunting in Wisconsin is set for next weekend. Tomahawk native Jay Leggett appeared in TV shows including "Ally McBeal," 'In Living Color" and "NYPD Blue" and went on to write, produce and act in several movies. He died Nov.
Boys Basketball Albany 57, Brodhead 49 Appleton East 70, Xavier 66 Beaver Dam 61, Milwaukee Bradley Technical 53 Dominican 56, Little Chute 50 Eau Claire Memorial 51, New Richmond 37 Edgerton 76, Winneconne 63 Elkhorn Area 45, Whitewater 42 Fond du Lac 65, Racine Horlick 59 Green Bay Preble 45, Sun Prairie 42 Greenfield 60, West Bend East 58 Hamilton 43, Marshfield 34 Howards Grove 47, Algoma 44 Jefferson 66, Burlington 45 Kimberly 60, Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln 37 Mineral Point 68, Pecatonica 46 Monticello 72, New Glarus 67 Pius XI 61, Catholic Memorial 39 Port Washington 58,
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. (AP) -- Paul Walker, the star of the "Fast & Furious" movie series, died Saturday in a car crash that killed two people north of Los Angeles, his publicist said. He was 40. Walker died Saturday afternoon, Ame Van Iden told the Associated Press. A statement on the actor's Facebook page said he was a passenger in a friend's car, and that Walker was in the area to attend a charity event for his organization Reach Out Worldwide. "We ...
Men's Hockey UW-Superior 3, Norwich 0 St. Scholastica 4, St. Norbert 2 Miami (Ohio) 6, Bemidji St. 3 Minnesota 4, Wisconsin 3 Minn. State (Mankato) 7, Alaska-Anchorage 3 Ferris St. 1, N. Michigan 1, OT Men's Basketball St. Cloud State 86, UMD 65 Merrill Thompson Tip-Off Classic UW-Superior 86, Finlandia 46 Concordia-Moorhead 81, St. Scholastica 55 Women's Basketball St. Scholastica 72, Dakota State 62 St. Cloud State 81, UMD 73
Emma Peterson scored five goals and Devyn Moss and Ari Jago each scored one as the Superior High School girls hockey team improved to 2-0 with a 7-2 win Friday night at Silver Bay. The Spartans also got 23 saves in goal from Justine Stenberg. Sara Carmen had 32 saves for Silver Bay. The Spartans also got two assists apiece from Jago and Jordyn Thompson, and one assist each from Samantha Young and Alyssa Kolanczyk. The Spartans are back in action at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Chippewa Falls and 7 p.m. Thursday at New Richmond. Superior 3-2-2--7 Silver Bay 1-1-0--2 First period -- 1.
Pat Dalbec scored twice and Dayn Belfour picked up the shutout as the University of Wisconsin-Superior men's hockey team defeated the Norwich Cadets 3-0 in the third-place game of the Prime Link Great Northern Shootout in Plattsburgh, N.Y. The Yellowjackets were the first western team invited to the tournament to win a game in the tournament. Teams from the west are now a combined 1-11 in the event. The Yellowjackets opened the tournament with a 4-1 loss Friday night to the host Plattsburgh State Cardinals.
Boys Hockey Green Bay Noted Dame 6, Superior 1 Baldwin-Woodville 8, Pine City/Rush City, Minn. 6 Beloit Memorial 5, Stoughton 3 Brookfield 5, Fox Cities 2 De Pere/West De Pere 5, Sheboygan 1 Wisconsin Rapids 8, Whitefish Bay 2 River Falls 8, Amery 1 Minnesota Boys Benilde-St. Margaret's 8, Duluth Denfeld 3 Hopkins 3, Shakopee 2 Luverne Cardinals 6, LSHSPTCUC Bulldogs 1 St. Cloud Cathedral 3, Fergus Falls 1 Warroad 8, Mound-Westonka/Watertown-Mayer 0 Girls Hockey St.