Dave Kallmann, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Dave Kallmann

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Milwaukee, WI, United States

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Past articles by Dave:

Insight into Cuba City boys basketball legend Jerry Petitgoue from the coach himself and those who know him

After 54 years and more than 1,000 wins as a coach in Wisconsin, Jerry Petitgoue is on the verge of retirment at age 82. Here's some insight into him. → Read More

Marquette knocks off UConn for one of the biggest victories in its women's basketball history

The Golden Eagles beat the fourth-ranked Huskies, 59-52, to win for the first time in 17 matchups and also gave UConn rare back-to-back losses. → Read More

Photos from the Marquette Golden Eagles women's basketball upset of the UConn Huskies

Marquette beat Connecticut for the first time in their 17 meetings with a 59-52 upset Wednesday night at the Al McGuire Center. Here are photos. → Read More

A Milwaukee Admirals ritual with a young fan in ‘Cooper’s Corner’ puts a smile on everyone’s face

With gentle punches and a friendly check through the plexiglass, Milwaukee hockey players have brightened the day of a Cedarburg teen. → Read More

Kallmann: Here are some great options for Wisconsin auto racing fans making plans for 2023

Wisconsin has about 40 racetracks putting on national-level and grassroots events from April into October. Here are some fans may want to see in 2023. → Read More

Kallmann: Matt Kenseth is going into the NASCAR Hall of Fame and it just feels strange

We watched for decades and remember the shy, young Matt Kenseth as well as we do the champion and Daytona 500 winner who'll be enshrined Friday. → Read More

Olympic gold medalist Erin Jackson is back at the Pettit in Milwaukee, skating where a tiny slip began a fairytale year

The slip itself is packed away in Erin Jackson's brain, but the chain of events it triggered, culminating in Olympic gold, is a frequent memory. → Read More

The NHL gets a hearty welcome in Milwaukee. So now what's the future for hockey at Fiserv Forum?

Hockey fans opened their arms and wallets for the first NHL exhibition game at Fiserv Forum, the first in Milwaukee since 1993. → Read More

The NHL is coming to Milwaukee for one night. One coach shares his thoughts on the game and his time in the city.

Dean Evason enjoyed his time in Milwaukee as coach of the Admirals. He'll be back Sunday, leading the Minnesota Wild against the Chicago Blackhawks. → Read More

A little rain and some mud weren't going to keep Wayne Taylor Racing from its first Road America IMSA victory

Ricky Taylor tiptoed through drizzle and Filipe Albuquerque made a pass in the grass as the No. 10 Acura team scored its first win in Elkhart Lake. → Read More

Is there an endurance race in Road America's future? IMSA President John Doonan addresses that and much more.

Ahead of weekend at Road America, which IMSA President John Doonan considers his home track, the sanctioning body president shares his vision. → Read More

Matt Kenseth has added a race to his 2022 schedule at a track that helped launch his NASCAR Hall of Fame career

The 2003 NASCAR champion from Cambridge will be competing in Kaukauna, where he won two track titles, for the first time in 15 years. → Read More

After two strong years, Road America reportedly won't return to NASCAR's Cup schedule in 2023

The Elkhart Lake track hosted the top series on the Fourth of July weekend in partnership with NASCAR after Chicagoland Speedway was shuttered. → Read More

After learning Road America last year, NASCAR Cup teams face a new challenge the second time around

"Now we know the track much better and know the car much less," said Alan Gustafson, who will try to lead Chase Elliott back to victory lane Sunday. → Read More

Racing with the Outlaws is a challenge Sheboygan's Scotty Thiel would love to face full time

Two years ago Scotty Thiel was burned out on racing. Last year he broke his back. But the fire was rekindled, and now he's aiming for the big time. → Read More

Josef Newgarden has Road America figured out, but he'll be in for a fresh challenge when IndyCar returns next season

He has won twice now and led more than one-third of the IndyCar laps run at Road America. But Josef Newgarden will face a fresh challenge in 2023. → Read More

Josef Newgarden gets another chance and pulls away this time for a second Road America IndyCar victory

The Penske driver led 25 of 55 laps and pulled away on a restart with three laps to go to finish ahead of Marcus Ericsson and Alexander Rossi. → Read More

How does wisdom square with the raw speed of youth? Road America outcomes illustrate an unpredictable relationship

Experience helps, but a young driver can have the raw speed to win races. IndyCar competitors discuss the tradeoff. → Read More

What you need to know about the IndyCar Sonsio Grand Prix weekend at Road America and how to watch it

The basics on the Sonsio Grand Prix, tips for fans attending Thursday through Sunday in Elkhart Lake, broadcast information and drivers to watch. → Read More

Remembering the strange circumstances and unexpected winner of Road America's first Indy-car race 40 years ago

The young CART series ventured to Elkhart Lake in 1982 with plenty of unknowns and encountered even more surprises. Including the winner. → Read More