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Loggers Refresh Logos for 2019 Season

PRESS RELEASE – The La Crosse Loggers unveiled today a new series of logos that will serve to refresh the organization’s brand, as well as further connect the team to the rich history of the logging industry at the site where Copeland Park and Events Center currently sits.

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Border Cats Return with New Ownership

Bryan Graham, vice-president of the Thunder Bay Border Cats (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League), on Wednesday said the team’s new ownership group, a 22-member consortium, has signed an agreement with the league to return for a 17th season.  Read more here.

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Traverse City Baseball Unveils Six Possible Names to Re-Brand the Franchise

Traverse City Baseball has announced six finalists for the “Name the Team Contest” ahead of its inaugural Northwood League (Summer Collegiate) season.  After receiving more than 3,000 submissions, the ownership is now inviting fans to choose their favorite.  The options are the following: Black Pearls, DogmenDune Bears, Pit Spitters, Tree Shakers, and Sasquatch.  Read more and vote here.

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Honkers Ownership Changes Hands

There will be no more long summer hours for Dan Litzinger and Kim Archer.  The couple, who have co-owner the Rochester Honkers (Summer Collegiate, Northwoods League) since 2003, have sold the franchise to Bases Loaded Entertainment, LLC.  The sale of the Honkers was approved by the league on Monday.  On Tuesday, the Rochester Park Board approved the transfer of the lease for Mayo Field.  Read more here.

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It’s the ‘Green Bay Booyah’

PRESS RELEASE – What do you get when you combine local food, family pride, plenty of folklore, and rich, Northeastern Wisconsin tradition? Booyah! It’s official; the Northwoods League team that will begin play at Capital Credit Union Park in 2019 will be called the Green Bay Booyah!

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Big Top Brings Soccer to Green Bay Too

PRESS RELEASE – Big Top Soccer has announced a new team in Green Bay, that will join USL League Two ahead of the 2019 season. The club will play its home games at the newly built Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon. Continue reading

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