Homestead and Edgewood were crowned champions at the State Girls Team Tennis Tournament at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison Saturday.
The 23rd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Team Tennis Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 21-22. The meet takes place at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Action will begin at 5:30 p.m. Friday and will resume Saturday at 9 a.m. Admission is $6 for adults and students.
The 2016 Boys Soccer Tournament Series brackets in all four divisions have been posted.
Division 1 Bracket
Division 2 Bracket
Division 3 Bracket
Division 4 Bracket
The State Boys Soccer Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 3-5 at the KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.
Two singles teams and two doubles teams captured championships at the 2016 State Individual Girls Tennis Tournament Saturday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.
The only official brackets and pairings for the 2016 football playoffs are available.
The 2016 WIAA football playoff groupings are available on the WIAA website.
The 2016 football playoff qualifying field is also available on the WIAA website.
NFHS SBP Games this Week
The WIAA.TV portal on NFHS Network School Broadcast Program has two events scheduled Thursday and two Friday. The Game of the Week is a boys soccer clash with River Valley traveling to Prairie du Chien Thursday for a 5 p.m. start.
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Thursday Volleyball Stream:
Plum City @ Durand – 5 p.m.
Friday Schedule of Football Streams:
Colfax @ Durand – 6:45 p.m.
Roncalli @ New Holstein - 6:45 p.m.
To access WIAA.TV, go to www.wiaa.tv or www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/wiaa-wi
The 2016 Girls Volleyball Tournament Series brackets in all four divisions have been posted.
The State Girls Volleyball Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 3-5 at the Resch Center in Green Bay.
The 46th WIAA State Girls Golf Tournament concluded with the crowning of two team champions and two individual medalists at University Ridge in Madison Tuesday.
Last year’s runner-up Arrowhead won the Division 1 team championship with a four-player score of 624 for the 36-hole tournament. Middleton finished second with a score of 675, and Onalaska placed third with a score of 335.
Sophomore Emily Lauterbach of Arrowhead won the Division 1 individual championship with a 2-under-par 142 after tying for 13th place last season. Senior Alexis Thomas of Middleton finished five strokes back with a score of 147 after placing fourth last year. Defending champion, senior Ashley Kulka of Beaver Dam, was third at 150.
The Prairie School decisively defended the team title in Division 2 with a score of 687, which was 50 strokes better than its next closest competitor Spooner at 737. Hayward finished third with a score of 741.
Senior Sarah Busey of Racine St. Catherine’s won the Division 2 individual title with a 7-over par 151 after finishing third two years ago, Senior Lori Meyer of Freedom, who placed tied for sixth last season, finished second with a score 155. Grace Welch of Edgewood was third with a score of 164.
Division 1 Team Scores
Division 1 Individual Scores
Division 2 Team Scores
Division 2 Individual Scores
The first day of the 46th WIAA State Girls Golf Tournament produced clear leaders in the team competitions at University Ridge in Madison Monday.
Last year’s runner-up Arrowhead has a 26-stroke lead in Division 1 after the first day with a four-player score of 308 through 18 holes. Middleton is second at 334, and Onalaska is a stroke back in third at 335.
Senior Alexis Thomas of Middleton is 4-under-par with a score of 68 through the first 18 holes after placing fourth last season. Senior Emily Lauterbach of Arrowhead is two strokes back with a 2-under-par 70. She tied for fifth last season.
The Prairie School, the defending champion in Division 2, has a 34-stroke advantage with a score of 333 heading into Day 2. Aquinas is second after Day 1 with a 367, and Spooner is third at 368.
Senior Lori Meyer of Freedom, who placed fifth last season, leads Division 2 individuals with a 2-over-par 74 after 18 holes. Meyer placed fifth last season and tied for sixth in 2014. Senior Sarah Busey of Racine St. Catherine’s, who finished third two years ago, is in second place a stroke behind at 75.
Play continues at University Ridge at 8 a.m. Tuesday with Division 1 teams and individuals. Division 2 teams and individuals begin at 8:50 a.m.
Complete Day 1 Results:
Preliminary Field Report
If the 2016 football playoff field was selected after Week 7 of the season, the Preliminary Field Report identifies the teams that would be in the field or contending for positions in the field based on the available data.
Important criteria such as result versus the conference champion, as well as first half points allowed are not calculated into the data at this time and would likely alter the field if available.
The Preliminary Field Report identifies 224 teams after Week 7. This week, the last teams to be included in the field were based on conference winning percentage.
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