Former Packers coach Mike McCarthy was caught on video yelling at, and chasing after, high school basketball officials after a Wisconsin state playoff game in which his stepson played, a Green Bay television station reported Wednesday.WLUK obtained security camera footage, via a public records request, of a man briefly following officials off the court after Pulaski High defeated Notre Dame Academy on Tuesday. A Pulaski school district official told WLUK that the man was McCarthy. McCarthy’s stepson played for Notre Dame. WLUK could not reach McCarthy for comment.The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) has received a formal complaint regarding the incident, claiming abuse of officials, WLUK reported. The association told the station the complaint is confidential.McCarthy, 55, coached the Packers from 2006 until the team fired him after Week 13 last season. He led Green Bay to a victory over the Steelers in Super Bowl 45 during the 2010 season. MORE: McCarthy will not coach in 2019, report says”Some things were said, some language was used that we don’t want in our gym, unsportsmanlike language,” Pulaski athletic director Janel Batten told WLUK.Notre Dame athletic director Steph Mathu told WLUK the school is investigating the incident.”We will continue to stress the importance of sportsmanship and respect to our students, parents, fans, and community members,” Mathu said in a statement to the station.
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Despite being under the weather and the threat of stormy weather, the Logan Mize concert went off without a hitch in downtown Wellington at the Thursday night concert at the 2015 Kansas Wheat Festival.Estimates vary on the number of people in attendance, but it ranged anywhere from 1,000 to 2,500 people, who were either inside the paid ticket area or roaming outside the gate (pictures of the concert can be found here).As expected, Mize provided an epic show. The Clearwater native even brought his wife on stage for a song afterwards.“I figured now that I got the kids to bed I can come on stage sing and have a few beers,” said Jill Martin, who is a mother of two and a country singer song writer as well.The concert marked the end of the first half of the Wheat Festival, with more fun-filled activities in store for the next three days. That includes two more street dances including “The Banned” a rock group from Wichita, and Kinsey Sandler, a rising country star out of Oklahoma.â€œWeâ€™ve sold out of buttons,â€ said Annarose White, Wellington Area Chamber of Commerce Director. â€œWe are going with wristbands the rest of the day.â€Â So those with buttons may want to hold to them as much as possible.The crowd went wild for Logan Mize.Tonight’s street dance includes “The Banned.”The Banned will be in Wellington tonight at 9 p.m.â€œThe Bannedâ€ will be bringing a different sound to the downtown stage than with Mize.The Banned is a four-man group out of Wichita with a rock and roll sound.Then on Saturday night, Kinsey Sadler comes to the stage at the Kansas Wheat Festival.Sadler is becoming one of the most liked and busiest female country artist performing in the Midwest region. She is under the management team of Johnny Morris Production/Evergreen Records of Nashville; TN. Sadlerâ€™s vocal strength has been compared to artist such as Miranda Lambert and Gretchen Wilson.Kinseyâ€™s music is listed in several publications, including All Access Country, Cool Music, Only Lyrics, Got Country Magazine, and Nashville industry publication Music Row. Currently her music is playing on several stations around the United States and Europe. Her first single “Sometimes I Forget” charted on Nashville’s Music Row at number 53. On Only Lyrics, Top 100 Songs of the week, â€œSometimes I Forgotâ€ charted at number 15. Kinseyâ€™s single fell just behind Brad Paisley number 13, Kenny Chesney number 14, and in front of Billy Currington number 16, Lady Antebellum number 17. â€œSometimes I Forgetâ€ took the number 2 spot for the most requested lyrics to a song.The title track from her debut CD “The Young And The Reckless”, released this past fall and is currently receiving air time nationally and in Europe. Writing contributions to Kinsey’s CD include platinum and gold song writers Heidi Newfield and Don Goodman. Heidi Newfield was the former lead of Trick Pony with top 5 billboard hits “Pour Me” and as a soloist “Johnny and June”; and Don Goodman has written several charted songs most notable Blake Shelton’s “Olâ€™ Red” and Alabama’s “Angels Among Us”. Kinsey is currently working with Mr. Goodman on other projects for the future. Musical contributions were made by, Academy of Country Music Drummer of the Year award winner, Eddie Bayers, and Kenny Chesney’s guitarist Jon Conley. Sound production was done by the legendary Billy Sherrill at Nashville’s Sound Emporium.â€œIâ€™m an Oklahoma girl, but Iâ€™ve been traveling since I was little so being on the road is nothing new. I love every venue I have played from big to small it doesnâ€™t matter; as long as I get to share my music with the world Iâ€™ll be satisfied.â€ So if you havenâ€™t seen Kinsey Sadler yet, go catch her performance this Saturday night at the Kansas Wheat Festival.Â Follow us on Twitter. Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. 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