Goodell misses mark

Goodell misses mark

Joe Ballard and Frederic Hewitt, Clarion Staff
September 19, 2014
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Badgers need more magic from their passing game

Frederic Hewitt, Sports Editor
September 19, 2014
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After a heartbreaking loss to LSU in the season opener, the Badgers prevailed in their second game against Western Illinois. It was uncertain how healthy Melvin Gordon was going to be after suffering a hip flexor injury during the second half of their first game, but it didn’t stop him from suiting... Read more »

Meet the Pack

September 19, 2014
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WolfPack men’s soccer victorious in first two conference matches

Tyler Richter, Copy Editor
September 19, 2014
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Inaugural women’s soccer season underway

Clarion Staff Report
September 19, 2014
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After four games, the Madison College women’s soccer team is still looking for the first win of its inaugural season. Still, there have been some bright spots. The WolfPack earned a tie against South Suburban Community College on Sept. 7. Elizabeth Conejo has provided some scoring punch with... Read more »

Volleyball team ranked and ready

Volleyball team ranked and ready

Clarion Staff Report
August 30, 2014
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The Madison College volleyball team is starting the season right where it left off last year – ranked No. 1 in the nation. Last year, Madison College posted a 34-3 record and won the NJCAA Division III national championship, the first national title in program history. ... Read more »

Healthy Rodgers, improved defense should boost Packers

Joe Ballard, News Editor
August 29, 2014
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The Green Bay Packers are looking to bounce back from a subpar season in which the team lost star quarterback Aaron Rodgers for half of the season before limping in to the playoffs only to see a first round exit. The Pack finished 8-7-1 and were crowned the NFC North Champion thanks in part to the implosion... Read more »

Goals set high for WolfPack soccer

Tyler Richter, Staff Writer
August 29, 2014
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At the beginning of last season, then-first year head Coach Corey Sims entered the season tailed by questions and expectations. The team had won just three games the previous two seasons, and Sims was to be the third coach in as many seasons.  “I certainly felt more... Read more »

Badgers looking for new team leaders

Frederic Hewitt, Sports Editor
August 29, 2014
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NBA commissioner shows leadership in dealing with owner’s racist behavior

NBA commissioner shows leadership in dealing with owner’s racist behavior

Nicholas Garton, Sports Editor
May 7, 2014
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Former L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling has been banned for life from the NBA by Commissioner Adam Silver. Few headlines in our nation have ever cut through the lines of racial relations. Commissioner Silver not only took a stand against Donald Sterling personally, he delivered a decision that... Read more »

How does this year’s NBA playoffs rank in history?

Nicholas Garton, Sports Editor
May 7, 2014
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Hyperbole is a tricky thing. In the world of sports we throw around words like greatness, superstar, best, even MVP like they’re candy. Every shot is a great shot. Every great performance is the best performance ever. LeBron James finally won a title? He’s better than Jordan. We don’t exactly... Read more »

WolfPack Hall of Fame adds two new members

Clarion staff report
May 7, 2014
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CLARION STAFF REPORT   A former baseball player and a long-time cross country coach were inducted into the Madison College WolfPack Athletic Hall of Fame during the annual athletic awards banquet held on April 24. The inductees were Scott Whitrock, who played baseball at Madison... Read more »