Wisconsin’s 32 top scholar athletes, sixteen senior girls and 16 senior boys from public and nonpublic high schools, have been selected as the 2014 State Scholar Athlete recipients by the WIAA. These individuals achieved the top combined classroom and sports performances during their four years in high school to be selected as winners for the 31st annual 2014 WIAA Scholar Athlete Awards underwritten by Marshfield Clinic.
The WIAA is looking for additional volunteers to work the State Track Meet on Friday and/or Saturday, June 6-7. Volunteers receive free admission to the meet, free parking, a meet polo shirt (adults) and cap, invitation to the Friday breakfast buffet, and lunch on both Friday and Saturday.
If you are interested in volunteering, please go to: http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/BoysTrackField.aspx. Navigate to the bottom right side of the page for the link. Complete the form and hit the submit button provided.
Areas of particular need are: information/packet pick-up table, awards, escorting athletes, field events, and umpires.
WIAA staff will be in touch with your assignments and other pertinent information. Thank you!
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance, has chosen the recipients of the team Sportsmanship Awards for the 2014 winter State Tournaments.
The winners of the prestigeous sportsmanship honor are Superior in boys ice hockey, the River Falls Co-op in girls ice hockey, Brodhead in girls basketball, Cochrane-Fountain City in boys basketball, Evansville/Albany in wrestling and River Valley in gymnastics.
The membership of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association voted to move the discussion regarding the impact of nonpublic schools on the Association to committee and defeated a proposal that would place the authority for conference alignment with individual member schools at its Annual Meeting today in Stevens Point.
All the spring sports seasons are now in progress, weather and field conditions permitted. Here are the dates and locations for the State Tournaments in each of the spring sports:
Spring Sports State Tournaments
The 2014 Annual Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 16, at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center in Stevens Point. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. with registration to begin at 8 a.m.
Oak Creek (26-2) won its first State championship with a 73-52 win over Superior (24-4) in the Division 1 championship game Saturday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
Division 2 - Notre Dame 52, DeForest 42
Notre Dame (27-1) won its second consecutive Division 2 championship by topping DeForest (26-2) 52-42 in the championship final Saturday evening.
Division 3 - Kettle Moraine Lutheran 28, Neillsville 23
Kettle Moraine Lutheran (27-1) won its first State championship in its first-ever appearance with a 28-23 win over previously undefeated Neillsville (27-1) in the Division 3 title game Saturday afternoon.
Division 4 - Cuba City 49, Algoma 28
Cuba City won its membership-leading 10th State championship with a convincing, 49-28 win over defending champion Algoma in the Division 4 title game Saturday afternoon.
Division 5 - Barneveld 38, Assumption 34
Barneveld (28-0) won the Division 5 championship with a 38-34 victory over defending champion Assumption (26-3) Saturday.
Championship Saturday - March 22
Div. 5 - Barneveld 38, Assumption 34
Div. 4 - Cuba City 49, Algoma 28
Div. 3 - Kettle Moraine Luth. 28, Neillsville 23
Div. 2 - Notre Dame 52, DeForest 42
Div. 1 - Oak Creek 73, Superior 52
Superior (24-3) advances to the State title game for the first time in school history following its 51-49 victory over last season’s runner-up Mukwonago (20-7) in the Division 1 semifinals Friday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
Oak Creek (25-2) survived a 46-40 overtime win against Kimberly (26-1) in its State semifinals to advance to the Division 1 championship game Saturday.
DeForest (26-1) advances to the championship final in Division 2 with a 43-42 victory over La Crosse Central (21-6) in the second semifinal Friday afternoon at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
Defending champion Notre Dame (26-1) will go for its second straight Division 2 championship Saturday following a 50-47 win over Pius XI (24-3) in the semifinals.
Defending champion Algoma (25-2) returns to the championship game in Division 4 with a 42-37 overtime triumph over St. Mary’s Springs (23-4) in the semifinals Thursday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
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