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Lobos FC dominates Eau Claire Bateaux in battle of top teams
MERRILL -

With three games left to play, Lobos FC sat just four points behind league leader Eau Claire Bateaux. On Sunday, they had to a chance to close that gap. 

The Lobos offense was fast paced as Adhemar Lino Cortez opened the scoring for the Lobos in the first half and then gave the team the lead just minutes later on another goal. 

Abraham Camargo would add to the Lobos lead with a goal of his own to make it 3-1 and the rout was on.

Lobos FC would win by a final of 6-3 and now sit just one point back of first place in the league standings. 




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Big Ten cancels fall sports, hopes to move them to spring
MADISON -
The Big Ten Conference is cancelling its fall sports season and will try to play them in the spring, per multiple reports.

"We are particularly heartbroken for the student-athletes and coaches who put so much time and effort into preparing for competition," said UW chancellor Rebecca Blank and athletic director Barry Alvarez in a statement.

"Despite this postponement, we will continue to provide support and care for our student-athletes," the statement continues. "That is central to our Athletic Department mission, and includes continuing their scholarships, academic advising and support, health insurance, and meals. This also includes the safe and successful opening of the fall semester on our campus, so that all students have an opportunity to move forward in their education."

A majority of the conference's university presidents voted to postpone the season. Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren did not say whether the decision was unanimous.

The decision comes just six days after the Big Ten released a 10-game, conference-only football schedule that would have had the Badgers starting the season on Sept. 4 against Indiana University.

At least five Big Ten athletes that caught COVID-19 have confirmed cases of myocarditis, a certain type of heart inflammation, per ESPN. The uncertain long-term effects of COVID-19 became one of the decisive factors in the conference's decision to call off fall sports.

No decision has been made on winter sports.
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