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STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- More than 650 students and administrators of 104 teams representing 92 member high schools attended the 2016 WIAA/Rural Mutual Insurance Sportsmanship Summit held in Stevens Point, Wis., today.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control acted on a revised drone policy, and received a number...
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The 2016 Officials of the Year award recipients were honored by the Wisconsin Conference Commissioners Association at its November conference commissioners' meeting in Wisconsin Dells. Congratulations and thank you to these outstanding officials for their dedication to Wisconsin high school sports.  

Left to Right - District 4 (Southeast) Recipient – Jon Golembiewski of Muskego, (accepting his award was his son, Joseph Golembiewski), District 2 (Northeast) Recipient – Larry Van Alstine of De Pere, District 1 (Northwest) Recipient – Dale Cejka of Wausau, District 3 (Southwest) Recipient – Dick Lambrecht of Janesville.
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KImberly (14-0) became just the second program in State finals history to win at least four straight championship by winning the Division 1 title with 29-14 win over Franklin (12-2) in the title game Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis.

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Brookfield East (12-2) captured the State championship in its first title game appearance with a 42-36 triumph over Monona Grove (11-3) Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis.

At the onset, it appeared the gold trophy was going to be in the possession of the Silver Eagles. They scored on the opening drive, marching 79 yards in nine plays. Jackson Thomsen culminated the drive by scoring on a 13-yard scamper to give Monona Grove a 7-0 lead. Spencer Hampton blocked a punt on the ensuing Spartans’ possession, and Willie Klein recovered the ball in the end zone to give the Silver Eagles a 14-0 lead.

Sam Santiago-Lloyd led the Spartans on a 65-yard drive and scored the first of his State finals record five rushing touchdowns on a 6-yard run with 2:30 remaining in first quarter to cut the Monona Grove lead in half. Santiago-Lloyd scored his second touchdown on a 1-yard plunge on the Spartans next possession to tie the game at 14-14 with 9:45 left in the second quarter. 

Monona Grove regained the lead at 21-14 just 14 second later on an 80-yard touchdown pass from Alec Ogden to Andryi Nahirniak. The Spartans would tie the game at 21-21 late in the first half on a 22-yard connection from Jake Graf to Patrick Cartier. 

Santiago-Lloyd scored his third and fourth touchdowns of the game on a 7-yard run with 6:11 remaining in the third quarter and on a 14-yard run midway through the fourth quarter to give the Spartans a 35-21 advantage.

The Silver Eagles narrowed their deficit to 35-28 with 4:42 remaining in the game on a 5-yard run by Ogden. Santiago-Lloyd scored his fifth rushing touchdown on a 42-yard burst on a four-and-one situation with 2:31 remaining in the game.

Monona Grove completed the scoring with a 3-yard touchdown pass from Ogden to Frankie Langer with just under a minute to play. The Spartans covered the ensuing onside kick to secure the title.

The Spartans rushed for 378 yards in the game, led by Santiago-Lloyd with 197 yards and five touchdowns on 37 carries. Jake Graf ran 25 times for 170 yards, and he completed 3-of-4 passes for 27 yards and a touchdown.

Ogden connected on 10-of-15 passes for 138 yards a touchdown for Monona Grove. Andryi Nahirniak led all receivers with four catches for 111 yards and a score. Thomsen led the Silver Eagles in rushing, compiling 94 yards on 14 carries.

Monona Grove finishes runner-up for the second time in its five State finals appearances.

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In a rematch of last year’s title game, Catholic Memorial (14-0) avenged last year’s loss with a 24-14 win over Notre Dame (12-2) to win the Division 3 championship Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

The Crusaders wasted little time putting points on the scoreboard. On the third play of the game, Jaylen Campbell sprinted 70 yards down the sideline for a touchdown to give Catholic Memorial a 7-0 lead. The Tritons responded with an 80-yard drive of its own on their first possession, capped by a 3-yard touchdown run by Nate Ihlenfeldt to tie the game 7-7. 

After the Crusaders intercepted a pass late in the first quarter, they regained the lead on a perfectly thrown 62-yard strike from Ben Nimz to Max Cooper with two minutes remaining in the first quarter to go ahead 14-7.

The score remained unchanged until late in the third quarter. A tipped Notre Dame pass fell into the arms of the Crusaders’ Eric Fridl, who raced 44 yards down the sideline into the end zone to give Catholic Memorial a 21-7 lead with 2:36 remaining in the third quarter. Fridl converted on a 27-yard field goal to provide the Crusaders with insurance and increase their lead to 24-7. The Tritons added a touchdown late in the fourth quarter on a 7-yard toss from Johnny Santaga to Ihlenfeldt to account for the final score.

Campbell rushed for a game-high 167 yards and a touchdown for Catholic Memorial. Nimz completed 6-of-10 passes for 125 yards and a score. Cooper led the Crusaders in receiving with four catches for 78 yards and a touchdown. Eric Fridl kicked pair of field goals, had an interception return for a touchdown and made six tackles in the game. TJ Goetz led the defense with eight tackles, including two sacks and two deflected passes.

Santaga connected on 15-of-27 passes for 148 yards, a touchdown and three interceptions for the Tritons. Ihlenfeldt paced the Notre Dame ground game with 84 yards and a touchdown on 27 carries, and he snatched a game-high five passes for 35 yards and a score. Ryan O’Connell and Danny Stewart led the Tritons’ defense with nine tackles apiece. 

Last year’s runner-up Catholic Memorial wins its second State championship in its fifth finals appearance, also winning the Division 3 title in 2012. The 2015 champion Notre Dame finishes runner-up in its fourth experience in the championship game.

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St. Croix Central (11-3) was crowned champion in Division 4 following a 49-28 win over River Valley in the final at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, Wis.

The 77 points scored by the two teams combined set a Division 4 State final record.

The Panthers took the opening kickoff and drove 78 yards in 15 plays, scoring on an 8-yard run by Cole Refsnider to go up 7-0. In the second quarter, the Panthers took control of the game on a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs by Ryan Larson to lead 21-0 at the half.

The Blackhawks received the second half kickoff and drove 69 yards to cut their deficit to 21-6 on a 22-yard scoring pass from Elijah Alt to Derek Wedige. However, the Panthers answered with Larson’s third rushing touchdown of the game, a 3-yard effort with just under three minutes to play in the third quarter. River Valley scored before the end of the quarter on a 2-yard run by Alt. With the successful two-point conversion, the Blackhawks trailed 28-14.

Cole Refsnider raced 64 yards to the River Valley 1-yard line to set up Larson’s fourth short rushing touchdown of the game and expand the Panthers’ lead to 35-14. The four scoring runs tied a Division 4 State finals record. A fumble on the ensuing kickoff recovered by St. Croix Central set up an 11-yard jaunt by Refsnider to give St. Croix Central a 42-14 lead.

In the shadows of its own end zone, River Valley responded on its next drive with the longest pass play in Division 4 history as Alt connected with Wedige again for a 94-yard touchdown pass play to make the score 42-21.

The Panthers added another score on a 9-yard Collin Nelson run with just over four minutes remaining in the game, and the Blackhawks capped the scoring with a 13-yard pass from Alt to Ryan Wickman.

Larson shouldered much of the workload for the Panthers, rushing 41 times for a game-high 158 yards, and Refsnider rushed for 153 yards in 15 carries. St. Croix Central rushed for 371 yards as a team and attempted just one pass, which was incomplete. The Panthers scored touchdowns on seven of their nine possessions in the game and held a 34:38 to 13:00 advantage in ball possession.

Elijah Alt spearheaded the Blackhawk offensive attack, completing 13-of-38 passes for 281 yards and three touchdowns. He also led the team in rushing with 57 yards and a touchdown. Wickman had a game-high 13 tackles for the Blackhawks.

St. Croix Central wins its second State championship in its second championship game appearance. They won the Division 5 title in 1988. River Valley finishes runner-up in its first-ever appearance in the final.

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Defending champion Amherst (13-1) won its second straight Division 5 championship with an entertaining 38-35 victory over Cedar Grove-Belgium (12-2) Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Carter Zblewski kicked a 26-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining in the game to break a 35-35 tie and provide the margin of victory, despite a record-setting performance by the Rockets’ Josh Weiss.

He threw for an all-division finals record 383 yards and five touchdowns in the losing effort. His 51 attempts and 36 completions also were tournament records. Reid Hilbelink also set an all-division record with 14 receptions for 164 yards and two scores. Ethan Bochtrup had 13 catches for 155 yards.

The Rockets opened the game with a 7-play, 64-yard drive to take a 7-0 lead, culminating with a 13-yard pass from Weiss to Hilbelink. The Falcons answered by marching 57 yards in seven plays to knot the score at 7-7. Chandler Benn ran in from one yard for the score. Cedar Grove-Belgium responded with another scoring drive of 71 yards, capped by another Weiss-to-Hilbelink connection from seven yards out. Again the Falcons tied the game at 14-14 with a 3-yard Benn run.

The Falcons scored twice in the final two minutes of the second quarter to build a 28-14 halftime lead. Devin Ostrowski scored on a 4-yard scamper, and Brandon Piotrowski hit Josh Cisewski with a 30-yard touchdown strike after a Marcus Glodowski interception of a Jason von Heimburg option pass set the Falcons up in Rocket territory.

The Rockets rallied in the third quarter with a pair of Weiss scoring tosses to tie the game at 28-28. Matt Dirkse hauled in an 8-yard pass, and von Heimburg added an 11-yard scoring reception. Cedar Grove-Belgium took the lead at 35-28 in the fourth quarter with another von Heimburg touchdown catch that covered 10 yards. 

Piotrowski tied the game with 5:12 left in the game on a 2-yard plunge, and a Rockets’ turnover on the ensuing drive set up the Zblewski heroics.

Ostrowski led the Amherst ground game with 71 yards and a touchdown, and Benn ran for 67 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Josh Shude made three catches for 43 yards. The Falcons’ defense held the Rockets to 39 yards on 16 attempts. 

Amherst has appeared in the title game in four of the last five seasons with three titles, and Cedar Grove-Belgium finishes runner-up for the second time in their two appearances in the finals.

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In the battle of unbeatens, Regis (14-0) defeated Darlington (13-1) 27-14 to capture the Division 6 championship final at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison Thursday.

The Ramblers stymied the vaunted Darlington offense, which averaged more than fifty points a game and 11 yards per rush entering the game, with a ball-control offensive attack and a stingy defense that forced five turnovers. 

Regis’ early control of the game was clearly reflected in the statistics, particularly in time of possession with an 18:39 to 5:21 advantage in the first half. The Redbirds were held to 49 yards of total offense in the half and 249 in the game.

Jack Nicolai gave the Ramblers a 3-0 lead with a 27-yard field goal midway through the first quarter. They increased their lead to 10-0 later in the quarter on a 6-yard touchdown run by Caleb Brickner. 

In the second quarter, Regis added another touchdown on a 2-yard run by Noel Ortiz, and Nicolai added his second field goal of the game before the half to give the Ramblers a commanding 20-0 advantage.

The Ramblers added insurance late in the third quarter on a 55-yard touchdown strike from Paul Petit to Samuel Forden to take a 27-0 lead. 

The Redbirds scored twice late in the game when the outcome was no longer in doubt. Hunter Johnson scored on a 2-yard run, and Ryan Glendenning caught a 36-yard scoring toss from Jared Meister to account for the final score. 

Ortiz rushed 24 times for 132 years and a touchdown for the Ramblers’ offense. Petit connected on 6-of-10 passes for 154 yards and a touchdown. Forden was on the receiving end of four passes for a game-high 124 yards and a score. Brickner led the Ramblers on defense with a pair of interceptions and four tackles.

Darlington’s Jared Meister completed 8-of-24 passes for 139 yards and a touchdown, but he was intercepted four times. Hunter Johnson ran for 95 yards and a touchdown and caught two passes for 28 yards. Glendenning led the team in receiving with four catches for 85 yards and a touchdown.

It’s the second State title for Regis in five appearances in the title game. The Ramblers won the Division 7 championship in 2003. Darlington finishes runner-up for the fourth straight season and for the eighth time in their 12 appearances in the title game.

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Edgar (11-3) captured its seventh State football championship with a 36-6 victory over Shullsburg (11-3) in the Division 7 final Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

The Wildcats took control of the game from the opening kickoff, marching 66 yards in seven plays. Alec Hafferman capped the drive with a 1-yard scoring run, and he added the two-point coversion for an 8-0 lead. On Shullsburg’s first drive, Karson Butt intercepted a Noah Wand pass and returned it 47 yards for a touchdown to increase the Wildcats’ lead to 15-0.

Hafferman gave Edgar a 22-0 lead with 2:37 remaining in the first quarter on 2-yard touchdown run. The Miners got on the board on a 9-yard pass from Wand to Hunter Matye, but the two-point conversion failed to narrow the Miners’ deficit to 22-6. Hafferman scored again on a 6-yard run to increase the Wildcats’ lead to 29-6 in the second quarter.

Butt’s second interception of the first half set up the Wildcats in Miners’ territory before intermission. Tyler Matysik ran the ball in from one yard late in the half to give Edgar a 36-6 halftime advantage. Both teams held the other scoreless in the second half.

Hafferman led all rushers with 136 yards for the Wildcats, which ran for 285 yards in the game. Edgar completed 2-of-4 of its passes in the game for 33 yards. The Wildcats intercepted three passes, including two by Butt. 

Wand was 7-of-18 passing for 108 yards and a touchdown for the Miners. Ben Sigwarth led the team in rushing with 84 yards on 20 carries. He also caught one pass for a game-high 40 yards.

In their 11th State finals appearance, the Wildcats win their seventh title and their first title since 2010. Shullsburg finishes runner-up in its first-ever appearance in the finals.
 
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The 41st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championship Finals will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 17-18, at Camp Randall Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. 

Avoid the lines the day of the game by buying State Football Finals tickets now online at www.wiaawi.org/Tickets.aspx or find the ticket link on the home page of the WIAA website. Ticket prices for the event are $8 per game for adults, $20 for a Thursday all-day pass, $15 for a Friday all-day pass and $30 for a two-day pass. Admission for children 6-years old and under is $1 per game. 

CHAMPIONSHIPS SCHEDULE:
Thursday, Nov. 17

Div. 7 - Edgar (10-3) vs. Shullsburg (11-2) - 10 a.m.
Div. 6 - Regis (13-0) vs. Darlington (13-0) - 1 p.m.
Div. 5 - Amherst (12-1) vs. Cedar Grove-Belgium (12-1) - 4 p.m.
Div. 4 - St. Croix Central (10-3) vs. River Valley (10-2) - 7 p.m.

Friday, Nov. 18
Div. 3 - Notre Dame (12-1) vs. Catholic Memorial (13-0) - 10 a.m.
Div. 2 - Brookfield East (11-2) vs. Monona Grove (11-2) - 1 p.m. 
Div. 1 - Kimberly (13-0) vs. Franklin (12-1) - 4 p.m.

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Catholic Memorial (25-9) stunned Marquette (42-3) by coming back from a two-set deficit to win the State Boys Volleyball Tournament final Saturday evening at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee.

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Middleton won its first Girls State Swimming and Diving team championship by capturing the Division 1 crown Saturday at the UW Natatorium in Madison.

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Top-seeded Marquette (41-3) advances to the final of the State Boys Volleyball Tournament with a 25-21, 25-15, 25-21 sweep Wauwatosa East (26-10) in the semifinals Saturday morning at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee.

The only time the Hilltoppers trailed on the scoreboard the entire match was during a brief stretch at the start of the second set. Marquette displayed its superiority at the net, recording a .413 hitting percentage and limiting the Red Raiders to a .118 efficiency.

Evan Dorschner led a highly efficient hitting attack with 13 kills for the Hilltoppers. Aidan Frazier added nine kills, and Liam Schroeder scored on six of his seven attacks. Luke Borowski distributed a team-high 27 assists. Defensively, Schroeder collected six blocks, including four solos, and Jack Von Rueden led the squad with eight digs.

The Red Raiders were led offensively by Aaron Plaisted with 12 kills and Joe Marx with a match-high 31 assists. 

Marquette remains in the chase for a ninth State title, advancing to the title game for the first time since 2014. Wauwatosa East ends its season in the semifinals in its 10th State appearance.  

Catholic Memorial (24-9) advances to play Marquette in the final with a 25-17, 25-20, 23-25, 25-19 victory over New Berlin Eisenhower/West (25-12) in the other semifinal Saturday.

After the Crusaders claimed the first two sets of the match, the United came back from a 23-21 deficit in the third set to send the game to a fourth set. However, with the score tied at 17-17 in the fourth set, Catholic Memorial put to rest any thoughts of a United comeback by scoring eight of the set’s final 11 points.

Zach Engsberg led the Crusaders offensively with 18 kills and a .640 hitting percentage. Ryan Brown added 12 kills and Ben Peschl dished out a match-high 47 assists. Engsberg and Josh Gableman led the Crusaders defensively with six blocks and 10 digs, respectively.

Zach Just and Kyle Kraninger each had 11 kills for the United, which was limited to a .090 hitting percentage. Brian Voight recorded 34 assists and Kraninger chipped in with nine digs. Petar Durev and Voight each had a match-high seven blocks.

Catholic Memorial advances to the title tilt seeking its third State championship, and New Berlin Eisenhower/West was eliminated from its fifth State appearance.

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Edgewood was crowned the Division 2 team champion for the second year in a row at the 2016 State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships at the Natatorium on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus Friday.

The Division 1 championships begin Saturday at 10 a.m. with the diving competition at the Natatorium in Madison. The swimming finals begin at 3 p.m.

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Top-seeded Marquette (40-3) advances to the semifinals of the State Boys Volleyball Tournament with a 25-18, 25-17, 25-17 victory over Kenosha Indian Trail (28-12) in the quarterfinals Friday at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee.

The Hilltoppers were in control throughout the match. Except for a brief stretch in the beginning of the third set, they were ahead the entire way. Evan Dorschner led the Hilltoppers offensively with 12 kills and a .308 kill percentage. Liam Schroeder and Nick Rondonelli combined to add 14 kills with a .444 hitting percentage. Luke Borowski distributed 20 assists to lead all setters in the match, and Ben Foley led the team with 10 digs.

The Hawks struggled on the offensive attack, posting a -.043 hitting percentage. Three Hawks recorded four kills to lead the team. Nick Stachura led the squad with 12 assists. Turner Fuhrer had a game-high 11 digs, and Blake Schwandt had five blocks for the Hawks.

Marquette continues on its quest for a ninth championship, while Kenosha Indian Trail is eliminated from its second State Tournament appearance.

Wauwatosa East (26-9) defeated Arrowhead (23-12) in its State quarterfinal with a 25-23, 21-25, 25-23, 25-22 to advance to the semifinals.

With the match tied at 1-1, the Red Raiders grabbed the momentum in the third set. Trailing 19-16, Wauwatosa East scored eight of the next 10 points, including a five-point run, to take a 24-21 lead and go on to win the third set.

Three players notched double figures in kills for the Red Raiders. Aaron Plaisted had a team-high 15 kills, and Ben Miller and Eric Winter added 11 and 10 kills, respectively. Joe Marx dished out 38 assists. The Warhawks were led by Evan Waltz with a game-high 16 kills. Zach Nielsen contributed 15 kills and Tanner Williams added 10. Tyler Haessly led all setters with 43 assists in the match.

Arrowhead had a slight edge in attacking, compiling a .240 hitting percentage compared to .227 for the Red Raiders. However, the Warhawks committed 16 serve errors to negate any advantage they had in hitting efficiency.

Wauwatosa East advances beyond the quarterfinals for the first time since 2010, and Arrowhead ends its season in its sixth tourney appearance.

Catholic Memorial (23-9) moved into the semifinals following a 25-23, 25-27, 25-17, 25-20 win over Middleton (30-10) in the quarterfinals Friday evening.

The Crusaders took control of the match by winning the third set, aided by two separate four-point runs. In the deciding fourth set, Catholic Memorial erased a 10-8 deficit by scoring 10 of the next 12 points to proceed to close out the Cardinals.

Ryan Brown collected a game-high 17 kills, and Zach Engsberg and Dom Coello added 12 and 10 kills, respectively, for the Crusaders. Ben Peschl dished out a match-high 49 assists, and Josh Gableman recorded a team-high 10 digs. Engsberg also led the Crusaders defensively at the net with seven blocks.

Eagan Peters-Michaud and Brian Vergenz both had 12 kills, and Andrew Lepage handed out 33 assists to lead the Cardinals offense. Thomas Robson and Jack Herder led the defense with 12 digs and seven blocks, respectively.

Catholic Memorial is still in contention for its third State title, while Middleton ends the its season at the State Tournament for the ninth time.

New Berlin Eisenhower/West (25-11) ousted defending champion Kaukauna (35-8) from title contention with a 25-21, 25-18, 25-23 win in Friday night’s quarterfinals.

The United hit .308 for the match while limiting the Galloping Ghosts to a .189 hitting percentage. Zach Just and Kyle Kraninger each tallied 13 kills. Petar Durev recorded nine kills in his 11 attack attempts. Brian Voight distributed a game-high 40 assists, and Kyle Olson chipped in with a team-high 13 digs.

Kaukauna was led on offense by Bailey McDaniel with 15 kills and Cooper Diedrich with 31 assists. Daniel Hiroskey contributed with a solid defensive effort with 17 digs.

The United attempts to get back to the title game for the second time in the past three seasons by advancing to the semifinal Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Kaukauna was eliminated from its membership-leading 21st State Tournament.

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Watch replays of the Fall State Tournaments aired on FS Wisconsin and FS Wisconsin Plus. Below is a list of the replay dates and times:

Boys Soccer Division 3 Final - Nov. 9 at 11 a.m.

Boys Soccer Division 2 Final - Nov. 9 at 3 p.m.

Girls Volleyball Division 1 - Nov. 10 at 9 a.m.

Girls Volleyball Division 2 - Nov. 10 at 11 a.m.

Girls Volleyball Division 3 - Nov. 16 at 9 a.m.

Girls Volleyball Division 4 - Nov. 16 at 1 p.m.

You can also stream the simulcast of the FS Wisconsin programming by authenticating on FoxSportsGo.com


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The 47th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12, at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the meet are $6 and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

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The 53rd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Volleyball Tournament will take place Friday and Saturday, Nov. 11-12, at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8 for adults per session and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

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Whitefish Bay wins the Division 2 title for the second year in a row by defeating Elkhorn 4-0.  Jack Chandler of the Whitefish Bay Blue Dukes had...
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Delavan-Darien wins the gold ball after defeating Mount Horeb 2-1 in the Division 3 Boys Soccer Final.  Julien Riviera of the Delavan-Darien Come...
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Neenah (45-4) was crowned champion in Division 1 with a 25-17, 25-23, 25-10 triumph over Burlington (39-10) in the final held Saturday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

 The Rockets were in control throughout the match. The largest deficit they had in the game was at 3-1 in the second set.

 “We saved our best for last; we played extremely well,” said Neenah Head Coach Bruce Moriarity. “I just loved the way we competed today.

 “We rose to the occasion in this championship match,” he continued. “Our players have a way of stepping up when they really need to, and I’m really proud of them.”

 It was the Neenah offensive attack that helped keep the Rockets in control throughout the match. They converted on a .347 hitting percentage for the game. Addie Barnes posted a game-high 13 kills, and Hope Werch added 12 kills to pace the Rockets. Mikayla Butts dished-out a match-high 42 assists to direct the Rockets’ attack.

 The Demons were led by Abby Koenen with 10 kills and Kaley Blake with 20 assists. They struggled to find a consistent attack at the net throughout the match, finishing with a .077 hitting percentage.

Neenah celebrates its second State title in its 14th State Tournament appearance. The Rockets only other championship came in Class A back in 1978. Burlington finishes runner-up in its eighth State appearance.

Perennial Power Catholic Memorial captured its third straight Division 2 championship with a three-set sweep over Notre Dame in the title game Saturday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

 The Crusaders won the match by scores of 25-23, 25-19, 25-14. After Catholic Memorial came back to win the first set, the Tritons appeared poised to even the match in the second set, leading 17-7. However, Catholic Memorial ran off 12 straight points ignited by four service aces by Kathryn Christian to take a 19-17 lead and go on to victory in the set.

 “We just had to get a side out, and once we got that side out, it was like a whole new breath of life,” said Catholic Memorial Head Coach Ted Schulte about the turnaround in the second set. “Kat started ripping off a number of really nice serves and a little momentum began coming our way.”

 Lexi Alden and Ivey Whalen were a handful on the attack for the Crusaders. Alden had a match-high 15 kills with a .351 hitting percentage, and Whalen added 11 kills with a .381 percentage. Christian led all servers with six aces, and Maddy Rondeau and Emily Mirsberger provided support with 23 and 10 assists, respectively.

 Grace Campbell led the Tritons in kills with nine. Sydney Slack and Morgan Van Drisse added six kills apiece. Corinne Meglic dealt out a game-high 24 assists, and Whitney MeMeuse had a team-high 13 digs.

 Catholic Memorial won its seventh State championship overall, which is tied for second-most in the membership. The Tritons finish runner-up in their second State experience.

Howards Grove (42-4) defeated Lourdes Academy (37-11) 26-24, 25-13, 25-21 in the final to win the Division 3 championship Saturday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

 The Tigers trailed 4-0 in the first set but scored six of the next seven points to take the lead at 6-5. After a tie at 9-9 in the set, Howards Grove never trailed the rest of the match.

 “It’s a great feeling,” Head Coach Brett Damrow said. “I don’t even know how to put it into words. The athletes truly trusted their training since day one, and we relied on that tonight. I couldn’t be any more proud of this group.”

 Samantha Yancy led the Tigers with a game-high 22 kills for a .346 hitting percentage in the match. Olivia Stauss contributed offensively with 11 kills, and Taylor Bubolz led all setters in the match with 35 assists.

Rachel  Aasby led the way for the Knights with 14 kills and a .353 hitting percentage; however, Lourdes was limited to a .183 percentage as a team.  Hollie Bartlett doled out 22 assists for the Knights.

 The Tigers captured their second State title in three appearances. The other championship was in Class C back in 1976. The Knights finish runner-up in their second State appearance.

Newman Catholic (34-7) became the first Division 4 team to win four straight girls volleyball championships with a 25-22, 25-10, 25-13 victory over Clayton (28-6) in the final Saturday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

 The Fighting Cardinals trailed 20-17 in the first set but rallied to outscore the Bears 8-2 to win the set and take control of the match.

 “We just kept reminding them what we are going after, and to stay competitive and have fun in the moment too,” Head Coach Betty Lange said in reference to her message to the team during a first-set time out. “This is probably the best match our team has played, and what a time to come through in flying colors.”

Mariah Whalen shattered the Division 4 State Tournament record for hitting percentage in a match at .632 . She recorded a match-high 26 kills, and Rylie Vaughn pitched in with eight kills and a team-high 21 assists and 10 digs.  The Fighting Cardinals were efficient in their hitting attack, evident by their .467 hitting percentage in the match.

 The Bears were led offensively by Selena Levendoski with 11 kills. McKenna Larson and Alison Leslie added nine and eight kills, respectively. Marissa Gilbertson contributed with 29 assists.

 The Cardinals’ fourth title comes in their ninth appearance in the State Tournament. Clayton finishes runner-up for the third time in the Bears’ four appearances.


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The Racine St. Catherine’s Angels win the 2016 State Division 4 Boys Soccer title for the second year in a row by defeating the Winnebago Luther...
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The Division 1 2016 State Boys Soccer Championship title goes to Marquette University High School after defeating Green Bay Preble 1-0  in the fi...
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The locations and times for Level 4 games of the football playoffs have been identified. Times and locations are subject to change.

Date Time Location Team vs. Team
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Chippewa Falls Abbotsford   Regis    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Merrill Amherst   Stanley-Boyd    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Carson Park - Eau Claire Bangor   Edgar    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Kettle Moraine Catholic Memorial   Pewaukee    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Slinger Clinton   Cedar Grove-Belgium    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Waukesha North Darlington   St. Mary's Springs    
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Boys State Soccer Tournament Video Transmission Schedule Saturday, Nov. 5 11 a.m. - Division 1 Championship Game - FS Wisconsin (Cable) ...
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The seedings and match-ups for the State Boys Volleyball Tournament have been determined. The tournament is scheduled for Friday-Saturday, Nov. 11-12 at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wis. 


Quarterfinals: Friday, Nov. 11 
12:30 p.m. - #1 Marquette vs. Kenosha Indian Trail (Upper Bracket)
3 p.m.  - #4 Arrowhead vs. Wauwatosa East (Upper Bracket)

5:30 p.m. - #3 Catholic Memorial vs. Middleton (Lower Bracket)
8 p.m.  - #2 Kaukauna vs. New Berlin Eisenhower/West (Lower Bracket)

Semifinals: Saturday, Nov. 12 
10 a.m. - Upper Bracket Winners
12:30 p.m.  - Lower Bracket Winners

Championship Match: Saturday, Nov. 12 - 6 p.m. 


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Neenah (44-4) returns to the State title match for the first time since 1992 following its 25-18, 25-23, 25-21 sweep of Sun Prairie (39-12) in the Division 1 semifinals Friday at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

The Rockets took control of the match in the first set with a blistering attack, hitting at a .441 clip. Hope Werch and Addie Barnes led Neenah on offense with 12 and 10 kills, respectively. Mikayla Butts was credited with a game-high 33 assists and five service aces. Defensively, the Rockets recorded eight blocks and limited the Cardinals to a .175 hitting percentage. Kayla Kraus led the team with 20 digs. 

Sun Prairie was led by Claire Chaussee with 14 kills and four blocks. Kielyn Kapugi added 10 kills, and Ally Keuler dished out 19 assists. Defensively, Elizabeth Maastricht had a team-high 18 digs, and Chaussee recorded three block solos and one block assist.

The Rockets will play for their second State title in its sixth title game appearance. Sun Prairie falls in the semifinals in its third State experience.

The Rockets will play Burlington (39-9) for the Division 1 title Saturday afternoon. The Demons defeated Menomonee Falls in four sets 26-24, 16-25, 25-19, 25-19 in the other semifinal Friday.

The Demons were led by Abby Koenen with 21 kills and 40 assists from Kaley Blake. Alyssa Turzenski also tallied double figures in kills with 10. Burlington was held to a .176 hitting percentage, but were aided by quality serving in the match. The Demons recorded a Division 1 State Tournament record 15 aces, including six from Turzenski, which ties her for third-most in a Division 1 match.

The Indians were led offensively by Ashley Guenveur and Rachel Murphy with 12 and 10 kills, respectively. McKenna Micech led the team with 24 assists, while Ciara Gilberson added 13 assists. Their defensive effort was led by Cami Stigler with 26 digs, and Murphy, who was involved in four of the Indians’ nine blocks.

The Demons have their sights on a third State title and the first since back-to-back titles in 2011-12. Menomonee Falls’ 11th State appearance ends in the semifinals.

Two-time defending champion Catholic Memorial (41-7)  is back in the title match attempting to win its third straight championship in Division 2. The Crusaders swept Merrill (29-10) in three sets 25-15, 25-9, 25-18. 

Lexi Alder led a balanced hitting attack for Catholic Memorial, which compiled a .356 hitting percentage. She was the lone player in double figures for the Crusaders with 10 kills. Ivey Whalen had seven kills and three others tallied six kills apiece, including Maddy Rondeau, who led the team with 22 assists and 14 digs.

Maddix Bonnell and Katie Zelinski had seven kills for the Blue Jays, which struggled to a .109 hitting percentage against the Crusaders’ defensive front. Lindsey Casper posted 11 assists and Taylor Cichy had 12 digs to lead the Blue Jays statistically.

Catholic Memorial is in pursuit of its seventh State championship, and Merrill ends its eighth State appearance with the loss in the semifinals.

Notre Dame (40-6) reaches the title match in Division 2 for the first time in program history following its 21-25, 25-22, 26-15, 25-17 victory over Lakeside Lutheran (38-5) in the semifinals.

After dropping the first set, the Tritons elevated play on both ends of the court. They posted a .257 hitting percentage for the match and held the Warriors to a .149 hitting percentage, including a .083 mark in the fourth set. Sydney Slack recorded a match-high 20 kills for the Tritons, and Grace Campbell added 17. Slack also led all players in digs with 19, and Corinne Meglic handed out a match-high 47 assists.

The Warriors had a balanced hitting attack with Amber Rowoldt leading the way with 14 kills. Rekha Drevlow and Abigail Hackbarth contributed with 12 and 10 kills, respectively. Ellie Westrate gave out 25 assists, and Rowoldt led the team in digs with 16.

Lakeside Lutheran finishes its season by advancing to the State Tournament for the second time and the first since 2000.

Howards Grove (41-4) advances to the Division 3 championship match for the second time and for the first time since winning the Class C title in 1976. The Tigers defeated Aquinas 25-11, 25-21, 25-18 in their semifinal match.

Samantha Yancy led the Tigers with 23 kills, and Olivia Stauss and Taylor Bubolz each contributed six kills. Bubolz led all setters with 26 assists in the match. Defensively, Yancy had a pair of solo blocks and two block assists. Courtney Conway led a balanced hitting attack for the Blugolds with 10 kills, but Aquinas was held to a .080 hitting percentage in the match. Danielle Dolan distributed 23 assists and made 12 digs.

Aquinas ends the season at the State Tournament for the first time in program history. The Tigers will play Lourdes Academy in the title match Saturday afternoon. The Knights were victors in their semifinal Friday, defeating Athens in five sets 22-25, 25-23, 23-25, 25-22, 15-12. 

Both teams made it difficult on the opposition’s attackers. The Knights made eight blocks and held the Fighting Bluejays to a .150 hitting percentage. Athens also recorded eight blocks and limited the Knights to a .127 hitting percentage.

Rachel Aasby and Claire Chier each had double-figures in kills with 15 and 12 for the Knights, respectively. Mollie Bartlett led the team with 40 assists and 26 digs.  Kelsey Schwochert had six blocks, including one solo and five assists. Chier added four block assists.

Kaitlyn Brooks had a match-high 24 kills for the Bluejays. Gabriella Janke and Kenadi Diedrich also contributed with 15 and 10 kills, respectively. Diedrich also doled out a match-high 43 assists.

It’s the first time Lourdes will play in the title game after making its first State appearance last season. Athens ends its second tournament run in the semifinals. The Bluejays were runner-up in Class C in its only other appearance in 1976.


Three-time defending champion Newman Catholic (33-7) advances to the Division 4 title match in pursuit of its fourth straight title after downing Seneca (26-10) in three sets 25-20, 25-10 , 25-6.

The Fighting Cardinals were dominant on the attack, recording a .464 hitting percentage for the match. Mariah Whalen had a match-high 23 kills, hitting at a .525 clip. Rylie Vaughn added 14 kills with a match-high 22 assists. The Indians, in contrast, were held to a .100 hitting percentage. Liv Swanson led the squad with six kills. Emily Garfoot led the team in assists with 11, and Alivia Salinas posted a game-high 13 digs.

Newman Catholic advances to the finals for the sixth time with three titles and two runner-up finishes in eight previous appearances at State. Seneca ends its season with the program’s seventh State appearance.

Clayton (28-5) returns to the Division 4 title match for the first time since 2013 following 25-18, 25-19, 26-24 sweep over Randolph (32-7) in the semifinals.

Alison Leslie recorded 20 kills for the Bears and set a Division 4 match record with a .621 hitting percentage. Selena Levendoski added 18 kills to lead the offense. Marissa Gilbertson was credited with a match-high 42 assists. The Comets’ offensive attack was held in check with a .132 hitting percentage. Morgan Paul and JoLea Woreck led the balanced attack with eight kills apiece. Madelyn Kohn dished out 19 assists, and Paul led the team with 13 digs.

The Bears will attempt to win their third State championship, also winning titles in 1990 and 1996. Randolph’s first trip to the State Tournament ends in the semifinals.


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Division 3 Division 3 semifinals started the day with a battle between the Rice Lake Warriors and the Mount Horeb Vikings.  Mount Horeb advance...
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our teams in Division 1 advanced to Friday’s semifinals with wins in their quarterfinals at the WIAA Girls Volleyball State Tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay Thursday.

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DIVISION 1 The 2016 State Boys Soccer Championship started with a great Division 1 matchup between Green Bay Preble and Middleton.  Drake Vander...
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN — A study conducted by the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and funded by the National Federation o...
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The 35th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Soccer State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 3-5 at KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8. 

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The 44th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Volleyball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 3-5, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session with school ticket packages available. To order tickets online, go to the WIAA website at: www.wiaawi.org/Tickets.aspx.

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The 104th running of the WIAA State Boys Cross Country Championships and the 44th State Girls Cross Country Championships produced team and individual champions in each of the three divisions Saturday at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids.

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 The 104th running of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Cross Country Championships and the 44th Annual Girls Cross Country Championships will take place Saturday, Oct. 29, at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Ticket price for the meet is $6. 

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Homestead and Edgewood were crowned champions at the State Girls Team Tennis Tournament at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison Saturday.

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The 2016 Boys Volleyball Brackets are now posted.   Click here to view brackets
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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.

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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.


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Two singles teams and two doubles teams captured championships at the 2016 State Individual Girls Tennis Tournament Saturday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.


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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.

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The 2016 Girls Volleyball Tournament Series brackets in all four divisions have been posted. 

Division 1 Bracket

Division 2 Bracket

Division 3 Bracket

Division 4 Bracket

The State Girls Volleyball Tournament is scheduled for Nov. 3-5 at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

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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.

Final Results:

Division 1 Team Scores

Division 1 Individual Scores

Division 2 Team Scores

Division 2 Individual Scores


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Please remind your cross country coaches that their entries for the Sectional Cross Country Meets are due Tuesday, October 18 at 11:59 pm.  Coach...
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Contenders' Report

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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THE MEET:  The 46th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Individual Tennis Tournament will be held Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 13-15....
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control acted on a pair of baseball coaches’ recommendations impacting the season regulations, approved an amnesty provision and passed the 2016-17 operational budget at its 
October meeting today.

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The 45th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls State Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 10-11, at the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis. Competition will begin at 8 a.m. on both days.

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The 2016 girls & boys volleyball seeding meeting hosts have been determined.  Coaches are reminded that they are required to participate in t...
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The National Federation of State High School Associations has launched an initiative today on social media about the benefits of participation in high...
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control approved action items and received executive staff updates and reports at its September meeting today.

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The WIAA Sport Medical Advisory Committee addressed pitcher arm care, wrestler weight loss, athlete energy deficiency and performance enhancing substances.
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Pam Foegen, the pupil services director at Regis Catholic Schools, presided over the first meeting of the 2016-17 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control today.

She becomes the second woman to serve in the president’s role. Donna Thomas of Lake Mills was the first to preside over the Board in 2002-03.

Bernie Nikolay, superintendent at Cambridge was introduced as a new Board member, filling the position in District 6. In addition, the Board also conducted its 2016-17 officer elections. Scott Winch, the superintendent in the Stratford School District, will serve as the president-elect. Ted Knutson, president at Aquinas, was elected to the role of treasurer.

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Led by an encouraging report in football participation nationwide, the number of participants in high school sports increased for the 27th consecutive year in 2015-16 according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations.    

Based on figures from the 51 NFHS member state high school associations, which includes the District of Columbia, the number of participants in high school sports reached an all-time high of 7,868,900 – an increase of 61,853 from the previous year.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2016 Spring and Summer State Team Tournaments.

The winners of the prestigious award are Waupaca in spring baseball, Delavan-Darien in softball, Neenah in boys tennis, Belleville/New Glarus in girls soccer and Menomonee Falls in summer baseball.

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The 2017 summer baseball tournament assignments are now available on the WIAA website. 2017 Summer Baseball
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Click on the links below to access the 5 division softball brackets for 2017. Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Division 4 Division 5
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The 2017 girls and boys track & field assignments are now available. 2017 Track & Field Assignments
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Menomonee Falls 2, Marquette 0

Defending champion Menomonee Falls (25-10) won its second straight State Summer Baseball championship with a 2-0 shutout over Marquette (27-7) in the final at Kapco Park Friday evening.

The only scoring in the game came in the Indians’ half of the third inning. After one out, Ryan Piontek and Zack Kornburger singled and Ryan Spalding walked to load the bases. Ty Weber, who set a State Tournament record for two games with six hits, drove in two runs with a single to left field.

Weber pitched a gem, tossing a shutout with nine strikeouts. Weber, Cole Mir and Nick Gile each had a pair of hits to lead the Indians’ 10-hit attack.

Marquette managed just four hits in the game, all singles. The Hilltoppers only had one runner advance to second base in the game.

The Indians claim their second title in seven State appearances. Marquette finishes runner-up for the third time in nine State experiences.

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Menomonee Falls 6, New Holstein 0

Menomonee Falls (24-10) blanked New Holstein (20-11) 6-0 in the semifinals of the State Summer Baseball Tournament Friday at Kapco Park in Mequon.

The Indians’ offense collected 13 hits, including a 4-for-4 performance by Ty Weber, who drove in three runs.

Menomonee Falls posted the only run they would need in the game in the top of the first inning on a lead-off double by Zach Kornburger, who scored on a double by Weber.

Weber drove in two more runs with a single, and Nick Gile doubled in Weber in the Indians’ three-run fourth inning. They added a run in the fifth inning on a run-scoring single by Ryan Piontek to score Jake Sutherland, who walked to lead off the inning.

The Indians added an insurance run in the seventh inning on an RBI single by Kornburger to score Piontek, who reached earlier in the inning on a fielder’s choice.

Logan Roble pitched a complete game to record the win for the Indians. He allowed four hits and struck out two. Cole Mir and Piontek had three hits, and Kornburger chipped in with two hits for Menomonee Falls.

Starter Justin Weber was charged with the loss on the hill for the Huskies. He surrendered four runs on six hits, and Owen Olson gave up a pair of runs on seven hits in relief. Nick Andrew had a pair of singles to lead the Huskies offense.

Marquette 8, Oak Creek 3

Marquette (27-6) advances to the championship game of the State Summer Baseball Tournament with an 8-3 victory over Oak Creek (31-3) Friday morning at Kapco Park in Mequon.

The Knights plated three runs in the third inning. After Joey Richter singled to lead off the inning. He advanced to second on errant throw on a sacrifice by Alec Kent, who was safe at first.  After both runners advanced on a sacrifice, a balk scored Richter with Kent advancing to third.  D.J. Ellifson belted a triple to right field to drive in Kent and then scored on a single by Alex Binelas.

Marquette scored a run in the bottom of the third on an RBI double by Peter Ahn to score Jeromy Schultz, who reached on a fielder’s choice.

The Hilltoppers scored another single run in the fourth inning without the aid of a hit. Two walks, two stolen bases and a wild pitch pushed across the run.

Marquette sent 10 hitters to the plate in a six-run sixth inning. Jack Dwyer and Jim Jarecki each drove in a run with a single in the inning, and Jack Shemanski drove in a pair with a double to right center. An error and a walk also produced runs in the inning.

Dwyer was credited with the victory for the Hilltoppers, yielding five hits and striking out six in six innings of work.  Matt Hamilton was charged with the loss in relief for Oak Creek.


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The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Softball Rules Committee approved four additions to Rule 3 regarding uniforms, equipment and substitutions at its June 13-15 meeting in Indianapolis. These changes approved by the committee, along with one in Rule 1, were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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Effective with the 2017 high school track and field season, a participant who assists an injured/ill competitor shall not be disqualified if an appropriate health-care professional is not available. 

The NFHS Board of Directors recently approved all rules changes recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Track and Field Rules Committee at its June 13-15 meeting in Indianapolis.


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High school baseball rules now will require a pitching restriction policy based on the number of pitches thrown in a game.
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INDIANAPOLIS — Pamela Foegen, the president of the WIAA Board of Control in 2016-17, was approved by the National Federation of State High School Association National Council to serve a four-year term on the NFHS Board of Directors.

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The 2016 WIAA Summer Baseball tournament groups have been seeded and the brackets are set. Click HERE for the Brackets Regionals: Tuesday & Fri...
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The 2017 boys golf tournament assignments are now available.  Click on the link below. 2017 Boys Golf Tournament Assignments
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The 2017 tournament information for Spring Baseball, Girls Soccer and Boys Tennis are now available. Click on the following links to access the infor...
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. -- The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control reviewed and approved committee recommendations for winter sports and a baseball pitch count restriction at its June meeting today.


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Divine Savior Holy Angels (17-6-3) won its second Division 1 championship in the last three years with a 1-0 victory over Madison West (13-7-4) in the final Saturday at KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.

The only score of the game came at the 4:26 mark of the first half. Amanda Durst converted on a corner kick from Emily Crevoiserat to provide all the scoring the Dashers needed.

Olivia Mayszewski made one save in goal for the Dashers, while Giselle Monette made four stops for the Regents. The Dashers outshot the Regents 9-4, led by Taylor Massie and Margo Dunn, each with two. Claire Mooney attempted two shots to lead Madison West.

It’s the fourth championship won by Divine Savior Holy Angels in eight tourney appearances. The Dashers won back-to-back titles in 2008-09 and also captured the crown in 2014.

Madison West finishes runner-up for second time in its 12th State Tournament appearance.

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After 90 minutes of regulation play and 20 minutes of overtime the game ended 0-0. With 5 shots taken by each team in the shootout, Homestead wins 2-1...
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Catholic Memorial (23-1-2) is the Division 3 champion with a 5-0 win over Belleville/New Glarus (23-3-2).   Emily Cervantes is credited with a h...
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The 2016 Division 4 title goes home with The Prairie School (23-4) with a 1-0 victory over Aquinas (23-2).   The only goal of the game came in t...
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The final game of the Division 1 semifinal has Divine Savior Holy Angels advancing to the championship with a 3-1 victory over Muskego.  Scoring ...
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Burlington (25-5) came back from a 4-0 deficit with six runs in the last two innings to capture the Division 1 title with a 6-4 victory over Arrowhead (29-3) Thursday evening at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute.

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Waupaca (25-4) captured its first State championship by shutting out 2015 champion Milwaukee Lutheran (24-8) 2-0 in the Division 2 final at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute Thursday afternoon. 

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The Catholic Memorial Crusaders advance to the championship game after defeating the Notre Dame de la Baie Academy Tritons 2-0 in the second Division ...
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St. Mary Catholic (26-0) finishes the season as the undefeated champion in Division 3 with a 5-1 victory over Prairie du Chien in the title game Thurs...
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Ithaca (23-2) won its first State championship with a 10-4 win over Rib Lake (20-5) in the DIvision 4 final at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute Thursday morning.

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The 34th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Soccer Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 16-18, at KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices are $8 per session and $1 for children 6-years old or younger. Tickets are available at the venue. 

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Waupaca 6, West Salem 3

Waupaca (24-4) will play in the State Tournament title game for the first time following a 6-3 victory over West Salem (16-11) at Neuroscience Group Field Wednesday.

The Comets scored a run in the second inning to take the lead on a bases-loaded walk to 
Jacob Popham. 

The Panthers grabbed the lead in the top of the next inning with the aid of two Comets’ fielding miscues.  With runners on the corners and one out, a presumptive double play grounder near the bag at second was bobbled for an error to score Jake Whitbeck, who singled to lead off the inning. The next batter grounded back to the pitcher with what appeared to be another made-to-order double-play, but that resulted in an errant throw to second to score Braxton Ghelfi from third. 

Waupaca re-established the lead in the third inning with three runs. With the bases loaded with no outs, the Panthers appeared poised to get out of the jam without surrendering a run when they turned a double play with the base runners unable to advance because of runner interference. Following a walk to fill the bases again, Nate Meihak ripped a double to right center field to clear the bases.

The Comets took a 6-2 lead with two runs in the fifth inning. Walker Smith singled to drive in a run with a second run scoring on the play when the ball was mishandled in the outfield. 

The Panthers loaded the bases in the seventh inning and narrowed the deficit to 6-3 with a run-scoring single by Trevor Kastenschmidt, but were unable to complete the comeback.

Jason Ellie pitched his way to a complete game victory. He yielded two earned runs on nine hits while striking out 11. Brenden Canterberry led the the Comets in the hit column with two. 

Ghelfi, Kastenschmidt and Whitbeck led the Panthers at the plate with a pair of hits each. Alex Jeranek started on the mound for West Salem and was charged with the loss.


Milwaukee Lutheran 4, Lodi 1

Defending champion Milwaukee Lutheran (24-7) advanced to the title game in Division 2 with a 4-1 decision over Lodi (26-3) Wednesday evening at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute.

The Red Knights scored three runs to begin the game. The first four batters reached base, including an RBI triple to centerfield by Nick Winter and a run-scoring single by TD Walker. Ben Soderbeck knocked in Walker later in the inning with a ground out.

Back-to-back doubles by Garrett McGraw and Garret Wegner produced a run for the Blue Devils in the bottom half of the first inning to trim the Blue Devils’ deficit to 3-1.

A lead-off walk led to a run for the Red Knights in the fifth inning. Winter clubbed his second double of the game to score Caleb Alles, who was sacrificed to second after being inserted into the game to pinch run for Matthew Brandt who walked.

Winter had quite a game to remember. He was credited with a complete game victory, allowing one run on three hits with 15 strikeouts. He allowed just one hit in his final six innings of work. In addition, he reached base in each of his plate appearances. He hit a double and a triple, drove in two runs and walked twice.

McGraw went the distance and was charged with the loss for Lodi. He surrendered three earned runs on seven hits while striking out seven. 
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St. Mary Catholic 6, Unity 5

St. Mary Catholic (25-0) ran its way to the title game, defeating Unity (22-5), 6-5, in the Division 3 semifinals at Neuroscience Group Field Wednesday afternoon.

The Zephyrs stole seven bases, which ranks second-most in a game in Division 3 State Tournament history. Both Tyler Nelson and Christian Jack tied the Division 3 individual mark for stolen bases in a State Tournament game with three apiece. 

The Zephyrs manufactured a run in the first inning to take the lead. Tyler Nelson led off the inning with a single. He stole second and went to third on a passed ball. With one out, Unity’s Nate Heimstead unleashed a wild pitch that struck out the batter but allowed Nelson to score from third.

Unity scored two runs in the second inning on an RBI single by Cody Ince and on a wild pitch, allowing Wyatt Stenberg, who reached base on a fielder’s choice, to race home from third. They tacked on three more runs in the third inning to take a 5-1 lead. The big blow was delivered when Stenberg hit a bases-clearing double to left-center field. 

St. Mary Catholic got back to even with four runs in the bottom of the third, aided by four hits and four stolen bases. Nelson scored the first run after an errant throw. Caleb Davidson followed with a two-out, two-run single to center, and Mack Blashka knocked in the fourth run of the inning with a single.

The Zyphyrs regained the lead for good in the fourth inning with a single tally. Nelson reached base, stole second and scored an unearned run on a single by Jack.

Nelson had two hits and three runs scored in the game to ignite the Zyphyrs’ offense. Jack added two hits, a run scored and an RBI. Davidson tossed a complete game to post the victory. He yielded two earned runs on seven hits with three strikeouts. 

Brett Nelson had two hits and scored twice for the Eagles. Heimstead collected a pair of hits at the plate and was charged with the loss on the mound. He pitched four innings and gave up four earned runs while striking out three.

Prairie du Chien 2, Markesan 0

Prairie du Chien (25-1) blanked Markesan (24-1), 2-0, in the Division 3 semifinals Wednesday afternoon at Neuroscience Group Field to advance to the final Thursday.


Chas Sagedahl turned in a dominating performance on the hill for the Blackhawks. He scattered four hits and struck out 11 batters during the shutout.


Prairie du Chien drew first blood in the second inning after Jack Wasechek belted a triple down the right field line. Jonathan Dyer delivered a two-out single to score Wasecheck and give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead.


They added a run in the fourth inning on a two-out RBI single by Chad Mara to score Wasechek, who singled earlier in the inning. 


The Blackhawks were in position to increase their lead in the bottom of the sixth. With the bases loaded and two outs, Wasechek hit a grounder headed for centerfield, but a diving stop by second baseman Ryan Walker and flip to second base forced out the runner and retired the side.


Wasechek led the Blackhawks’ offense with two hits, including a triple and two runs scored. 
Hornets’ starter Kyle Krueger deserved a better fate. He pitched seven innings and surrendered two runs on eight hits with five strikeouts. He also led Markesan at the plate with a pair of hits. Walker and Cody Ryan accounted for the other two Hornets’ hits.


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Rib Lake 6, Pepin/Alma 2

Rib Lake (20-4) defeated Pepin/Alma (18-8) 6-2 in the Division 4 semifinals Wednesday at Neuroscience Group Field to advance to the final.
 
The Redmen took a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first on an RBI triple by Noah Weinke. They added an unearned run in the third inning. Austin Ewan reached base on an infield error to start the inning. He advanced to second on a wild pitch and later scored on a Dalton Strebig single to up the Rib Lake lead to 2-0.

Weinke drove in another run on a single for the first score of a four-run fifth inning. The Redmen scored two runs on an RBI single by Zane Mencheski and an Eagles’ error on a throw to the plate. The final run of the inning crossed the plate on a Joe Scheithauer ground out.

The Eagles attempted a comeback with two runs in the sixth inning. Trevor Helt walked to start the inning and went to second on a Redmen error on a sacrifice attempt. Lance Johnson singled Helt home for the first run. Jarrett Pearson drove in the other run in the inning with a sacrifice fly.

Weinke pitched a complete game, giving up seven hits and two unearned runs while striking out six. He also helped his cause at the plate with a pair of hits and two RBIs. Strebig also chipped in with two hits, two runs and an RBI.

The Eagles collected seven hits in the game, including two from Logan Carroll, Lance Johnson and Tyler Meixner. Ben Mueller started on the mound for the Eagles and suffered the loss by giving up a run in two innings.


Ithaca 6, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 2

Last year’s runner-up Ithaca (22-3) advances to the Division 4 title game following a 6-2 win over Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran (13-8) in the semifinals Wednesday morning at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute.

The Blazers took little time to grab the lead. Tanner Natzke reached base with a lead-off single in the top of the first inning. He scored two batters later on a triple to center field by Jed McClellan.

The Bulldogs grabbed a 2-1 advantage in the second inning. A walk and a pair of errors led to the first run followed by an RBI single from Joey Clary. 

Ithaca added three runs in the third inning to build the lead to 5-1. After Caleb Olson walked to lead-off the inning, Ross Ghastin doubled to score the first run of the inning. After Cody Klossowski singled to put runners on the corners, the Bulldogs executed a double steal with Ghastin scoring on the play. Klossowski then came home on a fielding error.

A bases-loaded walk to Ryan Granger added another run for the Bulldogs in the fifth inning. The Blazers plated an unearned insurance run in the sixth inning. Brock Reisler reached on a fielder’s choice, advanced to second base on a passed ball and scored on a misplayed fly ball in the outfield.

Jacob Huebsch went the distance on the mound for the Bulldogs to record the victory. He allowed one earned run on three hits with 12 strikeouts. Four different Bulldogs had a one hit each, including Klossowski, who scored three times in the game.

Natzke accounted for two of the Blazers’ three hits in the game, including a triple. McClellan’s triple accounted for the other hit. The two triples by the Blazers tied a Division 4 State Tournament record for three-base hits in a game. Mitchell Lynch was charged with the loss on the mound for the Blazers. He worked into the fifth inning, surrendering four earned runs on four hits with one strikeout.
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Arrowhead 2, Kimberly 1

Arrowhead advanced to the championship final with a 2-1 win over Kimberly in the Division 1 semifinals Tuesday evening at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute.

The game remained scoreless until the third inning when Arrowhead plated a run on a two-out RBI single by Jeff Holtz to score Dominic Clementi, who had tripled. The Warhawks led 2-0 in the fifth inning when Holtz drove in his second run of the game on a single to left field.

Kimberly’s only run of the game came in the sixth inning. Drew Johnson singled to right to score Ben Carew, who was hit by a pitch earlier in the inning and advanced to second on an errant pick-off attempt. 

The Papermakers had the tying run at second base and the go-ahead run at first in the seventh inning, but couldn’t come up with a game-tying score.

Holtz and Tanner Williams had two of the Warhawks’ eight hits. Nathan Brown was masterful on the mound for Arrowhead to record the complete game victory. He gave up six hits and one unearned run  and struck out 10.

Johnson collected a pair of hits and drove in the only run for the Papermakers, which had six hits in the game. Danny Vandenboom was charged with the loss. He gave up two runs and eight hits with three strikeouts  


Burlington 9, Green Bay Preble 0

Burlington (24-5) will appear in the final for the first time following a 9-0 shut out over Green Bay Preble (24-6) in the Division 1 semifinals Tuesday evening.

Four Demons’ hurlers limited the Hornets to just three hits.
 
The Demons jumped out in front in the top of the first inning with three runs. Dale Damon and Aaron Sturdevant both singled in runs, and Cal Tully drove in the final run of the inning on a fielder’s choice.

Burlington took control of the game with six runs on seven hits in the fifth inning. Damon smacked a double to left to drive in a run, and Sturdevant drove in two more runs with a single. After a pitching change, Cal Tully tripled to right center to score Sturdevant. He was driven in with a single off the bat of Tanner Strommen. Tully later scored on a single by Bryan Sturdevant, which was his second hit of the inning.

Aaron Mutter started on the mound for the Demons and allowed one hit in four innings. Zach Campbell was credited with the victory in relief with a scoreless fifth inning. Tully and Bryan Sturdevant each worked a scoreless inning to complete the shutout.

Bryan Sturdevant went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and an RBI for the Demons. Aaron Sturdevant had a pair of hits while driving in three runs. Damon recorded two hits, two runs and a pair of RBIs.

Ryan Doughery, Sean Loughney and Carson Martell each had singles for the only offensive production of the game for the Hornets. Starting pitcher Jarrett Scheelk was charged with the loss on mound for Preble.
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Green Bay Preble 4, Middleton 2 Green Bay Preble (24-5) advances to the Division 1 semifinals with a 4-2 victory over Middleton (22-6) in the semif...
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The 69th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Spring Baseball State Tournament will take place Tuesday-Thursday, June 14-16, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session and $14 for an all-day admission ticket. Tickets are available at the stadium.
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DIVISION 1

Stevens Point 16, Watertown 4

Stevens Point (29-3) won its membership-leading ninth State championship with a 16-4 victory over Watertown (22-6) in the Division 1 final Saturday at Goodman Diamond.

The Panthers’ pounded out 20 hits in the game, one short of the tournament record. They scored a run in the top of the first on an RBI single by Payton Gaber.

The Goslings plated three runs in the bottom of first inning. They scored a run on a Panthers’ errant throw and then on a pair of singles from Katie Crogan and Paige Miller. 

The Panthers exploded for six runs in the third inning with the key blows coming on a two-run double by Aubrey Drohner and a three-run homer by Halle Pavelski. They scored two more times in the fourth on a ground out and an infield single by Brooke Tuszka.

Jordan Kawlewski, Drohner and Pavelski each had RBI singles in a four-run fifth inning. They added three more runs in the sixth inning. Kawlewski belted an RBI double, and Shaylee Kluck drove in a run with a single in the frame.

The Goslings added a solo run in the sixth inning on another run-producing single by Crogan.

Kawlewski, Drohner, Kluck, Pavelski and Tuszka each collected three hits in the game. Pavelski drove in a game-high five RBI. Rachel Sullivan tied a Division 1 record by scoring five runs in the game, all as a pinch runner. She also tied the tournament record for runs with seven.

Aubrey Drohner was credited with the victory, pitching a complete game. She surrendered 11 hits and struck out one.

Crogan led the Goslings’ 11-hit attack with two hits and a pair of RBIs. Miller also connected for a pair of hits. 

The Goslings finish runner-up for the second straight year. They have played in nine State Tournaments.



DIVISION 2

New Berlin West 2, Delavan-Darien 1

New Berlin West (26-5) edged Delavan-Darien (25-7) 2-1 in the Division 2 final to win its first State title Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

Camryn Klotz delivered the big hit for the Vikings to ignite a two-run third inning. She belted a line drive into the right field corner for a triple to score Leah Marrari, who walked to lead off the inning. Cheyenne Sowinski drove in Klotz with a base hit to score the second run in the inning.

The lone Comets’ run came in the fifth inning. Shelby Gramly singled to score Sydney Anderson, who singled to lead off the inning and advanced to second on passed ball.

Sowinski was credited with the victory for the Vikings. She struck out four hitters and allowed five hits. She aided her cause at the plate with two hits and an RBI. Klotz also collected a pair of hits in the game.

Jennah Speth took the loss despite setting a State Tournament record with 36 strikeouts in two games. She struck out 14 Vikings and yielded five hits. The Comets recorded five hits in the game, all singles.


DIVISION 3

Laconia 3, Grantsburg 2

Laconia (29-0) finishes the season undefeated en route to its second straight Division 3 State championship with a 3-2 win over Grantsburg (26-3) in the final at Goodman Diamond in Madison, Wis. 

Grantsburg got on the board first with an unearned run in the top of the first inning on a throwing error. The Vikings manufactured a run to score again and lead 2-0 in the third inning. Britta Roufs drew a lead-off walk, stole second and went to third on a throwing error. She then scored on a passed ball.

The Spartans cut their deficit to 2-1 in the fourth inning when Adrianna Wegner scored from second on a fielder’s choice and an errant throw. They took the lead in the fifth inning. Hannah Grahl singled to lead off the inning and later scored on another Vikings’ throwing error. Payton Kastenschmidt scored from third on what proved to be the winning run on an infield error.

Kayla Schwebke went the distance to get the victory for the Spartans. She allowed six hits while striking out nine. Grahl went 3-for-4 at plate to lead the Laconia offense.

A valiant pitching effort by Olivia Tucker was spoiled. She suffered the loss despite striking out 11 without allowing an earned run. The Vikings collected six hits, all singles.

The Spartans’ second championship comes in their fourth State Tournament appearance. The Vikings finish runner-up in their eighth trip to State.


DIVISION 4


Thorp 9, Southwestern 2

Thorp (28-2) won its first State championship by topping Southwestern (25-2) 9-2 in the Division 4 final Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

The Cardinals scored first with three runs in the second inning. After Megan Schesel singled in the first run of the game, Cassidy Stroinski singled with two outs to bring in a pair of runs. They increased the lead to 4-0 in the third inning on a Wildcats’ throwing error.

Southwestern got on the board in their half of the third on an RBI single by Madison Kuhl. 

Both teams scored in the fourth inning. Taylor Stroinski drew a two-out walk for Thorp and stole second. She then scored on an errant throw with her steal of third base. The Wildcats answered with a solo home run by Claire Splinter.

The Cardinals added two runs in both the fifth and sixth innings to clinch the title. Kaitlyn Tysnik singled in a run in the fourth and Megan Schesel added a sacrifice fly. Jordan Chapman and Elektral Zurakowski produced RBI singles in the sixth to complete the scoring.

Lizzy Schimke went the distance to record the win. She surrender eight hits and struck out eight. Offensively, Zurakowski and Taylor Stroinski each had three hits for the Cardinals. 

Katie Fritz and Maddie Kuhl had a pair of hits each for the Wildcats, who finish runner-up in their first State Tournament appearance.


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DIVISION 2

Delavan-Darien 1, Northwestern/South Shore 0 (9)

Delavan-Darien rode the arm of Jennah Speth to advance to the Division 2 final with a 1-0 triumph over Northwestern/South Shore in nine innings. The game was suspended in the eighth inning Thursday evening and completed Friday morning.

Speth recorded a State Tournament record 22 strikeouts in the game. She yielded just two hits and one walk in the game. Only two Tiger base runners advanced to second base.

The lone run scored in the game was unearned. With one out in the top of the ninth, Speth reached second on a two-base error in the outfield.  Morgyn DeLara, who had both the Comets’ hits, followed with an RBI single through the left side of the infield to score the eventual winning run.

The shutout spoiled a quality pitching performance by the Tigers’ Cheyenne Johnson, who didn’t allow an earned run on two hits, striking out 15 batters. The Tigers’ two hits were singles off the bats of Cassidy Friend and Brooklyn Oswskey.

New Berlin West 4, New London 3

New Berlin West (25-5) advances to the Division 2 final following a 4-3 win over New London (25-5) in the semifinals Friday morning.

The Vikings scored in the first inning on a Charlotte Ropas RBI single. She drove in another run in the third inning to give West a 2-0 lead. In the fourth inning, the Vikings expanded their lead to 3-0 on an RBI single by Cheyenne Sowinski.

West added what proved to be an important insurance run in the sixth. Ropas drove in her third run of the game with single to the left side.

The Bulldogs got on the board in the sixth inning. McCoy Mix delivered a run-scoring single. After Abbey Elsholtz scored on a wild pitch, Erin O’Connell clubbed an RBI double to left center to narrow the deficit to 4-3. The next two hitters grounded out to end the New London rally.

Sowinski and Ropas each had two hits top pace the Vikings’ offense. Sowinski was also credited with the victory, tossing a complete game with eight strikeouts.

Molly O’Connell collected two hits to lead the eight-hit Bulldogs’ offense. O’Connell was charged with the loss, yielding seven hits and striking out 12.

DIVISION 3

Grantsburg 10, Poynette 0 (5)

Grantsburg (26-2) scored runs in four of the five innings in a 10-0 win over Poynette in the Division 3 semifinals Thursday afternoon.

Olivia Tucker fired a three-hit shutout for the Pirates. She struck out nine and allowed just one runner to reach second base in the game.

The only run Tucker needed came in the second inning when Rhiana Pochman was hit by a pitch to force in a run. The Pirates added two runs in both the third and fourth innings. Megan Miller drove in one of the runs in the third and Briena Jensen drove in a run on a ground out. Jordyn McKenszie singled in a run in the fifth and Miller knocked in a run on a ground out.

The five-run fifth inning was fueled by an RBI double from Claire Palmquist and a long two-run homer to left-center.

Cassidy Quimby had two hits to lead the nine-hit Pirates attack. Eight of the nine starters recorded a hit in the game. Maegan Brookins, Brooke Dredske and Allison Tomlinson accounted for the three Pumas’ hits.

Laconia 9, Mishicot 0 (5)

Kayla Schwebke tossed the second perfect game in State Tournament history as defending champion Laconia (28-0) moved one game closer to an undefeated season with a five-inning, 9-0 win over Mishicot (24-5) in five innings in the Division 3 semifinals.

Schwebke struck out 11 batters in recording the 11th no-hitter in tournament history and the second of the 2016 State Tournament.

The Spartans provided all the run support Schwebke would need in the top of the first, scoring three times highlighted by a two run single by Bri Bartz. They added an unearned run in the fifth inning on an infield error with the bases loaded.

Laconia added three runs in the sixth. Payton Kastenschmidt produced the big hit with a triple to drive in one of the runs and later scored on an infield grounder. The two runs in the seventh completed the scoring. One scored on an error, and the other on a run-producing single by Morgan Tetzlaff.

Andrianna Wegner led the Spartans at the plate with three hits. Hannah Grahl, Abby Luczak and Bri Bartz each chipped in with a pair singles.

DIVISION 4

Southwestern 16, Cochrane-Fountain City 8

Southwestern (25-3) prevailed in a high-scoring 16-8 win over Cochrane-Fountain City (24-5) in the Division 3 semifinals Friday.

After each team tallied a run in the first inning, the Wildcats took command of the game by tying a Division 4 State Tournament record with nine runs in the third inning. Southwestern also tied a Division 4 record with 16 hits in the game.

The Wildcats had eight hits in the nine-run inning, including a two-run double by Allison Kruser and a bases clearing double by Katie Fritz. 

The Pirates responded with four runs in their half of the third inning. Three of the runs scored as a result of errors and Breah Drazkowski added an RBI single.

Southwestern scored six more runs in the fourth inning to increase its lead to 16-5. Fritz had the key hit in the inning with her second double of the game to drive in two runs.

Drazkowski cracked a two-run homer in the Pirates’ three-run fifth inning, to account for the final score.

Kruser went 4-for-5 with 3 RBI, and Fritz went 3-for-3 with five RBI to lead the Wildcats’ offense. Abby Husser had three hits, and both Kerrigan Lyga and Drazkowski added a pair hits for the Pirates.

Thorp 10, Oakfield 0

Thorp will play for its first State title following a 10-0 victory over Oakfield in five innings in the Division 4 semifinal Thursday afternoon.

The Cardinals opened the game with three runs in the first inning with the aid of just one hit. After loading the bases, a throwing error allowed two runs to score, and Lizzy Schimke singled in a run.

Thorp scored six times in the fifth inning to take a 9-0 lead. The rally was aided by three Oaks’ errors. Taylor Stroinski hit a two-run single for one of four Cardinal hits in the inning. Karley Kryzanski also drove in a run with a single. Stroinski drove in another run in the fifth on a single to center field.

Schimke tossed a five-hit shutout, striking out four in five innings for the Cardinals. She also had two hits to help her cause. Stroinski went 3-for-3 at the plate with a triple and three stolen bases, which ties a Division 4 State Tournament record for a game.

Oakfield had five different players with a hit, including a double by Alyssa Sabel.



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Stevens Point 8, Kenosha Tremper 3

Stevens Point advances to the semifinals with an 8-3 win over Kenosha Tremper Thursday in a game that included a 2:11 rain delay Thursday.

The Panthers (27-3) jumped out to a five-run lead in the first inning with the first five batters reaching base. The big blow in the frame was an RBI double to center by Brooke Tuszka.

They added a pair of runs in the second inning on a two-run home run by Aubrey Drohner to expand the lead to 7-0. After the Trojans (17-11) scored a run on an RBI single by Emilee Nelson the third inning, the Panthers added a run in the fourth inning on a sacrifice fly by Payton Graber to lead 8-1.

Tremper scored a run in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Hailey Crabtree, and on a home run by Amari Whittington in the sixth.  The Trojans loaded the bases with one out later in the inning but were unable to capitalize.

Ally Miklesh, Jordan Kawlewski and Shaylee Kluck and Brittney Flugaur each had a pair of hits for the Panthers. Drohner went the distance to record the victory. Nelson and Crabtree led the Trojans at the plate with two hits apiece.

Pulaski 8, Divine Savior Holy Angels 0

Liz Pautz pitched a gem to toss the 10th no-hitter in State Tournament history as Pulaski (27-1) defeated Divine Savior Holy Angels (22-7) 8-0 in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals Friday evening.

Mallory Ruechel provided the only runs needed by driving in two runs with a single to give the Red Raiders a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning. Rylie Anklam drove in a run with a single to give Pulaski a 3-0 lead.

The Red Raiders scored two in the second inning.  Jena Socha brought in a run with a sacrifice fly and Madi Winter doubled to right to increase the lead to 5-0.

Pulaski scored two more runs in the fifth inning on an RBI single by Ashley Gibbons and on an error. The Red Raiders added more insurance with a run in the sixth inning on a RBI triple by Winter.

Pautz tied a Division 1 record with 16 strikeouts, allowing just one base runner to advance to third base in the game.

Offensively, Winter collected three hits with a pair of doubles, and Anklam added two hits to lead the Red Raiders.

Watertown 7, Verona 1

Watertown (21-7) advances to the semifinals following a 7-1 victory over Verona (22-7) in the quarterfinals.

Ellee Jensen went 4-for-4 at the plate and tossed a three-hitter with seven strikeouts to lead the Goslings to victory.

Katie Crogan drove in a run in the first inning, and Jensen added an RBI single in the second inning to give Watertown a 2-0 advantage. The Goslings took control of the game with two unearned runs in the fifth inning and three more in the sixth.  Megan Bacchi provided the key hit in the sixth with a two-run single.

The lone Wildcats’ run came in the seventh inning on a run-scoring double by Emily Osiecki.

Crogan had two hits for the Goslings to chip in offensively. Verona’s three hits came from Nicole Neitzel, Taytum Geier and Osiecki.

Union Grove 2, Oshkosh North 1

In an epic pitchers duel, Union Grove (28-2) edged Oshkosh North (23-3) 2-1 in the Division 1 quarterfinals.

The game remained scoreless through seven innings. The Broncos broke through in the top of the eighth inning with a pair of runs. Brittany Moore belted a bases-loaded, two-run double. The Spartans scored a run in the bottom of the eighth and left the bases loaded to end the game.

Sydney Supple pitched well for Oshkosh North, yielding two hits and striking out 10. Moore surrendered six hits and struck out 10 to get credited with the win for the Broncos.

Shaye Gauthier had three hits to lead the Spartans offensively. Kalista Hribar, Samantha Carey and Brooklyn Ottelien and Moore had the hits for the Broncos.

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Team and Individual champions were crowned at the 2016 State Boys Golf Tournament Tuesday at University Ridge in Madison. In Division 1, Marquette le...
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The 41st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Softball Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 9-11, at Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on Thursday and Friday. Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a convenience fee per session ticket:  
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The 22nd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Team Tennis Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, June 10-11. 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 at 9 a.m. Saturday. Ticket prices are $6 per session.

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The 2016 State Boys Individual Tennis Tournament completed play Saturday, crowning a pair of individuals and doubles teams at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.


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The final day of the 2016 State Track and Field Meet endured a 1:45 weather delay to complete the two-day event at Veterans Memorial Stadium in La Crosse Saturday.

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THE MEET: The 91st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, June 6-7, at the Uni...
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The 2017 boys hockey tournament groupings are now available.  Click on the link below. Tournament Assignments
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys State Individual Tennis Championships will be held Thursday through Saturday, June 2-4 at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Action will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday and resume at 9 a.m. Friday. Competition on Saturday begins at 8:30 a.m. Ticket prices are $6 per session.

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The 121st Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Track and Field Championships and the 46th Girls Track and Field Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, June 3-4, at the Veterans Memorial Stadium Complex on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. 

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The girls soccer tournament brackets for all divisions are now complete. Div 1 Girls Soccer Bracket Div 2 Girls Soccer Bracket Div 3 Girls Soccer B...
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The qualifiers and the heat and lane assignments for the 2016 State Track & Field Meet are linked below:

Boys 

Division 1 

Division 2 

Division 3 

Girls 

Division 1 

Division 2 

Division 3 


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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control issued its approval for first consideration of a conference realignment proposal and a number of action items at its May meeting today. 

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Track & Field Regional Heat Sheets Posted Click Here
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The 2016 Softball and Spring Baseball Tournament Series Brackets have been posted on the WIAA website. To access the softball brackets, click on the link below. Use the links at the top of the bracket to view the other divisions and sectionals.

http://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2016_Softball_Girls_Div1_Sec1_8.html

To access the spring baseball brackets, click on the link below. Use the links at the top of the bracket to view the other divisions and sectionals.

http://halftime.wiaawi.org/CustomApps/Tournaments/Brackets/HTML/2016_Baseball_Boys_Div1_Sec1_4.html

The State Softball Tournament will be held at Goodman Diamond in Madison on June 9-11. The State Spring Baseball Tournament is scheduled for June 14-16 at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute.

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New Rule on Free-Throw Lane Violations Approved in High School Basketball FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE       &nb...
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At its April 6-8 meeting in Indianapolis, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Committee added another maneuver to the list of potentially dangerous holds in high school wrestling.
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The 2017 girls hockey tournament assignments are now available.  Use the link below to review the assignments. 2017 Girls Hockey Tournament
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The 2017 girls and boys basketball tournament information is now available.  Click on the links below to review the assignments. 2017 Boys Baske...
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Use the link below to access the 2017 gymnastics tournament assignments. 2017 Gymnastics Tournament Assignments
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The 2017 wrestling tournament assignments are now available.  There were considerable changes to groupings as a result of teams shifting from div...
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The membership of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association passed six amendments to its Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility at the 2016 Annual Meeting today in Stevens Point.

The new rules will become effective upon publication of the next issue of the Bulletin, which is scheduled for May 27, 2016.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control voted to grant final approval to a conference realignment plan in the southeast area of the state and approved a number of other action items at its April meeting today. 

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – Sixteen senior girls and 16 senior boys have been selected as recipients of the prestigious WIAA Scholar Athlete Award underwritten by Marshfield Clinic.

The 2016 recipients, their families and school representatives will be recognized at an awards ceremony Sunday, May 1 at the Jefferson Street Inn in Wausau.  

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The 2016 girls golf tournament assignments are now posted.  Click on the link below to review the assignments. Tournament Assignments
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The 2016 Annual Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, April 20, at the Holiday Inn and Convention Center in Stevens Point. Registration begins at 8 a.m. with the meeting to follow at 9 a.m.

For the agenda of the meeting, as well as the proposed amendments and resources, access the Annual Meeting homepage.

The Annual Meeting will be streamed live on the wiaa.tv portal of the NFHS Network and archived after the meeting.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis.--The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance, has chosen the recipients of the ...
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The tournament assignments for boys soccer, girls swimming & diving and girls tennis are now posted on the WIAA website.  Click links below t...
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The boys and girls 2016 tournament information is now available. 2016 Tournament Assignments
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The 2016 boys and girls volleyball tournament brackets are now available. Click on the appropriate link to review each of the division groupings. GI...
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The brackets for the 2016 Girls Soccer tournament series have been finalized.  None of the groupings voted to retain the half-bracket design. &nb...
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DIVISION 1
Stevens Point 89, Muskego 64

DIVISION 2
Kaukauna 91, Waunakee 62


DIVISION 3
Waupun 59, Xavier 58

DIVISION 4
Dominican 62, Cameron 43


DIVISION 5
McDonell Central 63, Catholic Central 41

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Keaton Stremick, a junior from Waukesha South, won the second year of the boys’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Kohl Center in conjunction with the 2016 State Boys Basketball Tournament.

Stremick was one of 10 participants in the contest. He scored 19 points in the final round to win the contest. Adam Cherek of Iola-Scandinavia and Henry Noone of Lourdes Academy were tied for second with 18 points in the final round.

Stremick scored 17 points to advance to the semifinals from the opening round and scored 21 in the semifinals. Cherek opened with 19 points and followed with 24 in the semifinals. Noone advanced to the semifinals with 21 points in the opening round and tied Cherek in the semifinals to move onto the finals. Points do not carry over from the previous rounds. Jordan Johnson of Cedarburg also advanced to the semifinals with 16 points in the opening round.

Other participants were Terrence Lewis of Milwaukee Riverside, Cody Birr of Pulaski, Carter Voelker of Kiel, Ethan Anderson of Black River Falls, Quinn Cushman of Belmont and Luke Reader of Bangor. 

The top two players per division were selected for the contest based on the best 3-point field goal percentage with a minimum of 75 attempts during the regular season.

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DIVISION 1

Stevens Point 75, Sheboygan North 48

Defending champion Stevens Point (27-0) will attempt to win its second consecutive Division 1 championship following a convincing 75-48 win over Sheboygan North in the semifinals Friday evening at the Kohl Center.


Muskego 62, Marquette 54

Muskego (23-4) will attempt to win its first State championship Saturday after defeating Marquette 62-54 in the Division 1 semifinals Friday night at the Kohl Center. 


DIVISION 2

Kaukauna 72, La Crosse Central 45

Kaukauna (25-2) advanced to the Division 2 finals with an impressive 72-45 downing of La Crosse Central in the semifinals at the Kohl Center on Friday afternoon.

Waunakee 62, Whitnall 59

Waunakee (25-2) gained a berth in the Division 2 final with a 62-59 over Whitnall in the semifinals Friday afternoon at the Kohl Center.


DIVISION 5

McDonell Central 70, Green Bay N.E.W,. Lutheran 51

McDonell Central (26-2) pulled away in the second half to post a 70-51 victory over Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran. in the Division 5 semifinals Friday morning at the Kohl Center.


Catholic Central 37, Barneveld 35

Catholic Central (19-9) advances to the Division 5 championship game Saturday following a 37-35 victory over Barneveld in the semifinals Friday morning at the Kohl Center.

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DIVISION 3

Waupun 55, Prairie du Chen 43

Waupun (26-1) advanced to the Division 3 championship final with a 55-43 victory over Prairie du Chien in the semifinals Thursday afternoon at the Kohl Center in Madison.


Xavier 82, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau 75

Xavier (24-3) returns to the Division 3 championship game for the second straight season following an 82-75 win over previously unbeaten Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau in the semifinals Thursday afternoon at the Kohl Center in Madison.

DIVISION 4

Cameron 44, Amherst 41

Cameron’s (26-0) quest for a perfect season continues following a 44-41 triumph over Amherst in the Division 4 semifinals Thursday evening at the Kohl Center in Madison.


Dominican 54, Aquinas 46

Dominican (26-1) is one step closer to becoming the first program to win five straight State championships after its 54-46 win over Aquinas in the Division 4 semifinals Thursday evening at the Kohl Center. 

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The 101st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 17-19, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis.

Ticket prices for the tourney are $10 per session for all seating purchased at the Kohl Center. Ticket windows are available one hour prior to the start of any session. Online tickets are available online for $12. All online tickets are print at home or available at the Will-Call window.
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Verona won its first State title in program history by defeating Mukwonago in the Division 1 final 52-46 Saturday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay. New Berlin Eisenhower (23-5) captured the Division 2 State championship with a 46-42 win over Stoughton in the final Saturday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  Hayward won its first championship with a 43-31 triumph over Milwaukee School of Languages in the Division 3 final Saturday afternoon at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  Mineral Point (26-2) capitalized on a strong second half to win the Division 4 State championship with a 68-52 victory of Kenosha St. Joseph Saturday afternoon at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  In the rematch featuring the same two teams that have played in the Division 5 title game the past three years, Assumption (25-4) defeated two-time defending champion Barneveld 62-45 to win the crown.
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Here are the finalists for the 2nd Annual WIAA 3-Point Challenge to be held Saturday, March 19 - 9:30 a.m. DIVISION 1 Terrence Lewis, Milwaukee Rive...
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Devyn Schoonover, a senior from Loyal, won the 2016 girls 3-Point Challenge held Saturday morning at the Resch Center in conjunction with the State Girls Basketball Tournament.

Schoonover was one of 10 participants in the 3-Point Challenge, which was held for the first time last year. She scored 15 points in the final round to win the contest. Senior Abby Gerrits of Pewaukee was second with 14 points in the final round.

Schoonover scored 13 points in the opening round and 14 in the semifinals. Gerrits opened with 13 points and followed with 19 in the semifinals. Senior Madie Kaelber of Kenosha Indian Trail and senior Sara Winkel of Kiel also advanced to the semifinals with first-round totals of 14 and 13, respectively.  

Other participants were Macenzie Kraemer of Wisconsin Heights, Shemera Williams of the Milwaukee Academy of Science, Amira Erdmann of Crandon, Theresa Wichser of Brookfield Academy, Caroline Busch of Brookfield Central and Shay Frederick of Hortonville. 

The top two players per division were selected for the contest based on the best 3-point field goal percentage with a minimum of 75 attempts during the regular season.

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DIVISION 1

Mukwonago 49, Oak Creek 45

Mukwonago (24-3) returns to the Division 1 final for the second time in the last four seasons following a 49-45 victory over Oak Creek in the semifinals Friday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

Verona 69, Appleton North 41

Verona (24-3) turned in a record-shattering performance in downing Appleton North 69-41 in the Division 1 semifinals Friday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay.


DIVISION 2

New Berlin Eisenhower 55, Notre Dame 45 (OT)

New Berlin Eisenhower (22-5) outlasted Notre Dame 55-45 in overtime in the semifinals Friday afternoon to advance to the final for the fourth time in the past six years. 

Stoughton 59, Onalaska 56

Stoughton (25-2) downed Onalaska 59-56 in the Division 2 semifinals Friday afternoon to move onto the championship final Saturday.

DIVISION 5

Assumption 63, Fall River 50

Assumption (24-4) advances to the final in Division 4 to play Barneveld for the fourth straight season following a 63-50 victory over Fall River in the semifinals Friday morning at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

Barneveld 57, Clayton 46

Two-time defending champion Barneveld (28-0) will attempt to win its third straight title in Division 5 following a hard-fought 57-46 win over Clayton in the semifinals Friday morning at the Resch Center in Green Bay

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DIVISION 3  Hayward 50, Edgewood 49 Hayward (26-1) advanced to the Division 3 championship final with a 50-49 win over Edgewood in the semifina...
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The 41st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 10-12, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. 

Ticket price for the tourney is $10 per session when purchased at the Resch Center. Tickets for the tournament will also be available for purchase online at the Ticket Star website:  www.ticketstaronline.com.  All-session, as well as individual session tickets are available for purchase online for $12 per session. A link is also provided on the WIAA website:  www.wiaawi.org. Call Ticket Star at 1-800-895-0071. 

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WIAA 3-Point Challenge CONTESTANTS                   ...
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Champions in three divisions hoisted the gold trophy in one of the most competitive sessions in State finals history.

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Appleton East Co-op 2, Hudson 1 Hudson’s Sam Johnson is credited with the only goal in the first period at 4:01.  His assists came from ...
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The 46th Annual State Gymnastics Championships concluded with the crowning of individual champions in two divisions Saturday at Wisconsin Lincoln High...
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Hayward Co-op 4, University School of Milwaukee Co-op 1 After a scoreless first period, both teams put points on the board in the second period. &n...
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The match-ups for the finals have been determined for the three divisions of the 25th Annual State Team Wrestling Tournament Saturday at the UW Field ...
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The Division 1 final of the 2016 State Team Wrestling Tournament will feature the same two teams that wrestled for the title a year ago. Defending ch...
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Appleton East Co-op 4, Eau Claire Memorial 1 Appleton East advances to the championship with a 4-1 victory over Eau Claire Memorial. First perio...
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The Franklin/Muskego/Oak Creek/Whitnall co-op captured the Division 1 team title, and Whitefish Bay was crowned as the Division 2 champion at the 46th State Gymnastics Championships in Wisconsin Rapids Friday.

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Hayward Co-op 6, Beloit Memorial Co-op 1 The Hayward Co-op (20-8) advances to the championship final with a 6-1 victory over the Beloit Memorial Co...
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Eau Claire Memorial 5, Antigo Co-op 1

Eau Claire Memorial  (23-3-2) overcame an early deficit to defeat Antigo 5-1 in its quarterfinal match Thursday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

Appleton East Co-op 6, University School 0

The Appleton East Co-op (25-2) used a pair of first period power play goals to propel the United to a 6-0 victory over University School in the quarterfinals Thursday afternoon.

Hudson 4, Onalaska 1

Hudson (24-4) advances to the semifinals with a 4-1 win over Onalaska in their quarterfinal Thursday evening. 

Waukesha North Co-op 4, Edgewood 2

Waukesha North Co-op (23-3-2) came back from a 2-0 deficit to post a 4-2 triumph over Edgewood (19-6-3) Thursday evening to advance to the semifinals.



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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS:  The 46th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Gymnastics State Championships will take place Friday and Saturday, M...
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The 46th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Hockey State Tournament and the 15th Girls Hockey State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 3-5, at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session. Individuals 13-years old and under will be admitted for $5 each session.
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The 25th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Team Wrestling Tournament will take place Friday and Saturday, March 4-5. The tournament is held at the Field House on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $13 for the Friday session and $8 for the Saturday sessions.
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The 73rd State Individual Wrestling Tournament concluded with the crowning of 42 champions Saturday at the Kohl Center in Madison.

Among the champions were 15 former champions adding to their total.


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The finals are set for the 73rd State Individual Wrestling Tournament with 28 wrestlers in each of three divisions advancing to contend for the State title Saturday at the Kohl Center in Madison.

Among those still in contention for the championship are 20 former champions, including Hunter Marko, who will attempt to become the 14th wrestler in State Tournament history to win four straight titles. He will wrestle in the 138-pound final in Division 2 with a 35-0 record.


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The first day of the 73rd State Individual Wrestling Tournament identified wrestlers advancing to the semifinals in Division 1 and to the quarterfinal...
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THE TOURNAMENT: The 73rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Individual Wrestling Championship Tournament will be held Thursday-Satu...
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2015 WIAA State Cross Country Meet Time Warner Cable SportsChannel produced two half-hour recap shows from Wisconsin Rapids, one for each the Boys...
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Madison Memorial won its sixth straight Division 1 title at the 92nd Annual State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday at the UW Natatorium in Madison, Wis.

The Spartans amassed 314 points to finish atop the team standings. Madison West finished second with 202 points, and Brookfield Central/East was third with 174.


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Monona Grove won its second straight Division 2 title at the 92nd Annual State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships Friday at the UW Natatorium in Madison, Wis.

The Silver Eagles compiled 296 points and won five events en route to their third State championship. Shorewood finished second with 251 points, and McFarland was third with 216 points.



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Offside Rule Revised in High School Soccer FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE              &nb...
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (February 17, 2016) — The elimination of clipping from high school football is the latest attempt to reduce the risk of injury ...
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The 92nd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 19-20, at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the meet are $6 and are sold only at the UW Natatorium each day of the competition. 

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The girls basketball coaches are meeting this weekend to seed their 2016 tournament. The Division 2 bracket was completed today.  View results o...
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New Lineup Procedures Approved in High School Volleyball By Cody Porter on February 08, 2016 The process for submitting lineups in high school volle...
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Cassie Bossert is the typical All-­American girl.

As a high honor roll student, WIAA two sport athlete, and a young lady who enjoys shopping and hanging out with friends, at first glance, the Mineral Point High School Junior seems much like other teenagers.

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Six well-known Wisconsin hockey players and coaches have agreed to be clinicians for the Fourth Annual All-Stater Hockey Clinic held each year in conjunction with the WIAA State Hockey Championships at the Coliseum in Madison.

This year’s clinic will feature Jessie Vetter, Alex Rigsby and Scott McConnel as they join Steve Hanrahan, Vic Levine and Jeff Sauer instructing at the event.

Vetter was a goalkeeper for the 2010 and 2014 United States Olympic Teams.  Winning a silver medal in each of these Olympics.  At the 2009 Women’s World Ice Hockey Championships, she allowed just a single goal.  In addition, Vetter was the starting goaltender when the US won the 2008 Women’s World Ice Hockey Championships.  In her four-year NCAA career, she lead the 2008-09 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team to the NCAA title.  She was drafted 20th overall by the Boston Blades in the 2011 CWHL Draft.

Alex Rigsby became the first woman ever to be drafted in the USHL when she was selected in the 16th round, 199th overall by the Chicago Steel.  She won gold medals in the 2009 IIHF Under 18 Women’s World Championship and the 2013 &2015 IIHF World Women’s Championships.  She also lead the 2010-11 Wisconsin Badgers women’s hockey team to the NCAA title.

Scott McConnell played collegiately for the University of Denver from 2002-04.  Prior to this he played for the Fargo-Moorhead Ice Sharks and the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the USHL.  Since 2005, Scott has coached in the USHL, becoming the Head Coach and General Manager of the Chicago Steel in 2010-2015.

Steve Hanrahan served 27 years as the Head Coach for Sun Prairie High School hockey team.  During his tenure the Cardinals had only four losing seasons and acquired a record of 362-231-27.   In 1997 he lead Sun Prairie to their only WIAA State Hockey Championship.

Vic Levine guided the Madison Memorial High School boys hockey team for 29 years, compiling a 512-144-20 record and winning six WIAA State Championships. He is the only Wisconsin high school hockey coach, and one of only six high school coaches in the nation, to have more than 500 career wins. He took Memorial to state in 22 of his 29 years and also five teams finished as runners-up. He is the only Wisconsin coach to be awarded the John Mariucci Award by the American College Hockey Coaches Association.

Jeff Sauer was the head hockey coach at the UW-Madison from 1982 to 2002 and Colorado College from 1971 to 1982.  While at Wisconsin, he led the Badgers to two NCAA men’s hockey championships.  He is currently the special assistant to the commissioner of the WCHA.

The clinic for players in grades 4-8 will be held on Saturday, March 5, beginning at 9:00 a.m. at the Coliseum on the Alliant Energy Center’s campus.  On-line registration for the event can be found by clicking on:

 http://www.wahahockey.com/scripts/wiaa/clinic_reg.php

For additional information regarding this clinic, click on the link below:

http://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Sports/Hockey/clinic.pdf

The cost for the clinic, admission to the 2016 WIAA State Hockey Championships, a snack ticket (Hot Dog, Popcorn, and Soda), along with Classroom Instruction, Strength Training, and Ice Time is only $25.00/participant.

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The Board of Control voted to approve the Six-Year Divisional and Gender Rotation at it's January Meeting.  The approved schedule is below: Six-...
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Dr. Conrad Andringa has been awarded the Wisconsin NFHS Award for Outstanding service, presented to individuals to recognize a record of longstanding service and significant contributions that have had an impact on high school activity programs.

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The Board of Control voted to approve several fall sport coaches’ recommendations in football, soccer, cross country, tennis and volleyball, and acted on three conference realignment plans at its January meeting today. 

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The Amateur Softball Association of America (ASA)/USA Softball, in working with Easton Baseball/Softball Inc. (Easton), recently announced that Easton...
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Administrators at WIAA member senior high schools are reminded that February 23, 2016 is the deadline to announce their candidacy for positions on the...
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NEWS RELEASE 2016-18 Girls Gymnastics Rules Changes Include Value-Adding Clarity, New Elements FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE     ...
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Three high school coaches from Wisconsin and 22 high school coaches from across the country have been selected as 2015 National Coaches of the Year by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Coaches Association.

Receiving the honors from Wisconsin were Lucas Kollross of D.C. Everest in soccer, Arnie Miehe of Darlington in cross country and Karen Kuhlmann of Holmen in girls gymnastics.
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2015 fall State Championships. 

The winners of the State Team Tournament Sportsmanship Awards are Darlington in football,  Altoona in girls volleyball, Kenosha Indian Trail in boys volleyball, Rice Lake in boys soccer and Neenah in girls team tennis. 

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Conference realignment was the focus of action items voted on by the Board of Control at its December meeting today. First consideration of two conference realignment proposals were approved and another plan was modified to receive first consideration at the Board meeting on Jan. 27, 2016.

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In what some may consider one of the most exciting games in the history of the State football finals, Kimberly (14-0) won the rematch of two perennial...
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Osceola (13-1) won its second title in the program’s history and its first since winning the Division 5 championship in 1984 with a convincing 28-0 win over previously undefeated Lodi (13-1) in the Division 4 title game

Amherst (14-0) cruised to 42-0 shutout over Spencer/Columbus Catholic (13-1) to win its second Division 5 State title after placing runner-up last year. 

St. Mary’s Springs (12-2) won its second consecutive Division 6 title with a 39-20 win over Darlington (13-1) in the championship game in a rematch of last year’s final.

Bangor (14-0) captured its first State championship with a 20-14 victory over Pepin/Alma (13-1) in the Division 7 championship game.


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THE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS: The 40th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championship Finals will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 19-20, at Camp Randall Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. 

PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE:  Avoid the lines the day of the game by buying State Football Finals tickets now online at www.wiaawi.org/Tickets.aspx or find the ticket link on the home page of the WIAA website. Ticket prices for the event are $8 per game for adults, $20 for a Thursday all-day pass, $15 for a Friday all-day pass and $30 for a two-day pass. Admission for children 6-years old and under is $1 per game. 


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Kaukauna (41-3) captured the State Boys Volleyball championship with a 25-23, 25-16, 21-25, 25-23 victory over Kettle Moraine (30-6) Saturday at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wis.

The Galloping Ghosts won its membership-leading ninth championship, but the first since the boys tournament was re-established in 2000. They won their last title in 1982, the final year before the tournament was discontinued for 17 years.

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Star power at the State Girls Division 1 Swimming & Diving Championships was on display Saturday at the UW Natatorium in Madison.

Arrowhead won the team championship for the 11th time with a score of 301 points. Middleton finished runner-up with 211 points, and Cedarburg was third with 206 points.

Seniors Beata Nelson of Verona/Mount Horeb and Katie Drabot of Cedarburg turned in standout performances in their final State meets.


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Kaukauna (39-3) defeated two-time defending champion Marquette (14-11) in the quarterfinals Friday to advance to the semifinals of the State Boys Voll...
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The WIAA State Girls Division 2 Swimming & Diving Championships featured outstanding individual performances and a first-time team champion at the UW Natatorium in Madison Friday.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has named Megan Pollack to the position of Social Media/Graphics Design...
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The 46th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13-14, at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the meet are $6 and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

The Division 2 championships will be held Friday, with the Division 1 championships to follow on Saturday. The Division 2 diving competition begins Friday at 2:30 p.m. The swimming finals are scheduled to begin Friday at 6:30 p.m. The Division 1 diving competition is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. Saturday, with the swimming events to begin at 3 p.m. The swimming events will run consecutively following the first event's starting time on the respective days. Here is the order of events (all events in yards): 

Order of Events
1. Diving 
2. 200 Medley Relay 
3. 200 Freestyle 
4. 200 Individual Medley  
5. 50 Freestyle 
6. 100 Butterfly 
7. 100 Freestyle
8. 500 Freestyle
9. 200 Freestyle Relay
10. 100 Backstroke
11. 100 Breaststroke
12. 400 Freestyle Relay

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he 52nd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Volleyball Tournament will take place Friday and Saturday, Nov. 13-14, at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8 for adults per session and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

The single-elimination tournament features matches with a best-of-five-games format. Of the 54 schools that offer a boys volleyball program, eight remain to play for the single-division State title. 

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The list of the 2015 champions is identical to last year’s as all four Divisions feature repeat champions.  Divine Savior Holy Angels (4...
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Division 1 – The Marquette University Hilltoppers (20-2) defended their title by defeating the Arrowhead Warhawks (21-2-3) 5-2.  Scoring in...
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The finals of the State Girls Volleyball Tournament will have a familiar look to it as the champions of all four divisions return to defend their title Saturday after winning in the semifinals Friday at the Resch Center in Green Bay. 

It’s the first time in tournament history that the previous year’s champion in each division return to the championship final.

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In Division 1 the Marquette Hilltoppers (15-2) advance with a 3-2 victory over the Madison West Regents (15-2-3).  The first goal of the game is ...
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Listen & Watch Live Streams of Tournament Action. Access Web Stream Central
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Scoring came at a premium during the first day of the State Boys Soccer Tournament at KOHLER Engines Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park Thursday as Division 3 and 4 teams advanced to Saturday’s championship finals.
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Four teams in Division 1 advanced to the semifinals with victories in their quarterfinal matches Thursday at State Girls Volleyball Tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay.

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The final game for the first day of the 2015 State Boys Soccer championships was the Division 3 semifinal between Notre Dame de la Baie and Rice Lake....
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The 43rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Volleyball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 5-7, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session. To order tickets online, go to the WIAA website at www.wiaawi.org/Tickets.aspx.

The single-elimination tournament features matches with a best-of-five-sets, rally-scoring format. Eight teams will play for the State title in Division 1, with four teams still in contention for the State crown in Divisions 2, 3 and 4. Below is the schedule and match-ups for the tournament. 

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The 34th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Soccer State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 5-7, 2015 at KOHLER Engines Stadium @ Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8. 

The single-elimination tournament features four divisions. Four teams will compete for the State title in each of the divisions. Below are the pairings and time schedule of games. 

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Competitors in the 2015 State Cross Country Championships endured a persistent rain to determine six champions at the The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Saturday.

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The 103rd running of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Cross Country Championships and the 43rd Annual Girls Cross Country Championships will take place Saturday, Oct. 31, at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Ticket price for the meet is $6. 
  
The boys and girls will run a 5,000-meter course. It’s the second year the girls will be racing at that distance. The following is a listing of the times for each race: 

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Noon  - Division 3 
12:40 p.m. -  Division 2 
1:20 p.m. - Division 1 

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2 p.m. - Division 3
2:35 p.m. - Division 2
3:10 p.m. - Division 1

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Neenah and Edgewood captured State Girls Team Tennis championships Saturday at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis.

Neenah (17-1) edged Brookfield East (19-5) 4-3 to win the Division 1 title. The Rockets won it on the strength of their doubles play, sweeping all three flights.  

The Crusaders (18-1) blanked Altoona (16-5) 7-0 in the final to win the Division 2 team championship. They finished runner-up last year after winning their first team title in 2013.


        
        
        
    
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New research shows that limiting the amount of full-contact tackling during high school football practices can have a big impact on reducing the number of concussions among players. 


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The 22nd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Team Tennis Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 23-24. 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.

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The brackets for the 2015 WIAA Boys Soccer tournament series are now available. Click to view brackets.
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Champions were crowned for individuals and doubles teams in two divisions at the WIAA State Individual Tennis Tournament at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison Saturday.

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The second day of the 2015 State Girls Individual Tennis Tournament advanced singles and doubles contenders to the State semifinals.

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Following is our projected timeline for the release of football information on Friday and Saturday. Oct. 16-17.
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The 2015 Girls Volleyball Brackets are now posted. Click here to view brackets
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An exciting finish highlighted day two of the 2015 State Girls Golf Championship at University Ridge in Madison Tuesday.

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The first round of 2015 State Girls Golf Championships was completed at University Ridge in Madison Monday.  Last year's runner-up Arrowhead l...
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THE MEET:  The 45th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Individual Tennis Tournament will be held Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 1...
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The Board of Control acted on a series of spring sport coaches’ recommendations involving the season regulations for those respective sports, amended a conference realignment proposal impacting the Southeast region of the state and passed the 2015-16 operational budget at its October meeting today. 

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The 44th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls State Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 12-13, at the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis. Competition will begin at 8 a.m. on both days. Sunday practice tee time assignments are available on the girls golf homepage of the WIAA website.

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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control authorized a number of action items and received executive staff updates and reports at its September meeting today.

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Boys soccer schools had until Friday, August 28 to cast their vote for the design of their tournament brackets for the upcoming tournament series. On...
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Corey Baumgartner, principal at Kiel, presided over the first meeting of the 2015-16 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control Friday.

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The number of participants in high school sports increased for the 26th consecutive year in 2014-15 – topping the 7.8 million mark for the first time – according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations.

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A special election will take place for a medium school representative and a small school representative on the Advisory Council. The medium school pos...
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2015 Spring and Summer State Team Tournaments.

The winners of the prestigious award are Watertown in softball, Menomonee Falls in girls soccer, Marquette in boys tennis, Rio in spring baseball and Pewaukee in summer baseball.

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The 2016 track & field tournament assignments are now available.  Click link below to view. 2016 Track & Field Assignments
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Menomonee Fall (28-7) won its first State Summer Baseball championship with a six-inning 11-0 shutout over Franklin (27-8) in the tournament final Friday at Kapco Park in Mequon, Wis.

 

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. ­– Interpretation of the budget bill recently passed into law mandates interscholastic athletics eligibility be afforded to home-based private education students (home school students) in their public school district of residence. 

The law directly conflicts with existing and long-standing WIAA Rules of Eligibility requiring a student to be enrolled full-time at the school in order to be eligible for interscholastic athletics. As a result, the WIAA Board of Control will provide temporary relief specific to this law. Amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility in relation to the new mandate will be addressed at the 2016 WIAA Annual Meeting.

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The 51st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Summer Baseball State Tournament will take place Friday, July 24, at Kapco Park on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon, Wis. Action will begin at 11:35 a.m. with the first of two semifinals followed by the championship game at 6:05 p.m. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session and are available only at the park.

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The 2016 softball tournament assignments are now available.  Click on the links below to view each division. Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 ...
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The 2016 boys golf assignments are now available.  Click on the link below to review. 2016 Boys Golf Tournament Assignments
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The 2016 Boys Spring Baseball tournament assignments have been posted.  Click on the links below to view. Division 1 Division 2 Division 3 Di...
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 7, 2015) – Beginning with the 2016 high school track and field season, the head starter (or designee), rather than the im...
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The 2016 girls soccer and boys tennis assignments are now available.  Click on the following links to access the information. 2016 Boys Tennis A...
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Rules Changes Approved for High School Baseball, Softball INDIANAPOLIS, IN (July 6, 2015) – Rules changes for the 2016 baseball and softball se...
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Interscholastic sports are an extension of the classroom and school day specific to each respective school or district and its sport offerings. These programs are intertwined with the traditional classroom to provide an entire educational experience offered by schools for its students. This proposal threatens the nature and fabric of school-based activities and teams as educational programs. 

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NEW ORLEANS, La. –  Doug Chickering, former executive director of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, was among 12 individu...
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control reviewed and approved a number of committee recommendations for winter sports at its June meeting today.

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DIVISION 1 FINAL The final game of the 2015 State Girls Soccer Tournament was another defensive battle.  In the second 10-minute overtime period...
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The final day of the 2015 State Spring Baseball Tournament determined champions in four divisions Thursday at Neuroscience Group Field in Grand Chute, Wis.

A two-run single by McCauley Cox in the fifth inning propelled Janesville Craig (29-1) to the Division 1 title with a 2-0 victory over Kimberly (26-5) in the championship final.

The Cougars made the two runs stand up with a combined shut out by starter Nick Cramer and Nick Blomgren in relief. Cramer scattered four hits over five innings of work and is credited with the victory. Blomgren pitched the final two innings to record the save.

JT Smithback collected two of the Cougars’ five hits. Ben Carew went 3-for-3 with a double, and Zach Carney added a pair of hits for the Papermakers.  Cougars’ pitching allowed only one Kimberly base-runner to reach third base, and that came in the fifth inning when the Papermakers stranded runners on second and third.

It is Janesville Craig’s fourth State title. The Cougars won Class A championships in 1983 and 1984, and a Division 1 title in 1998. Kimberly has finished runner-up for the fifth time and for the second straight season.

There were anxious moments in the final inning, but Milwaukee Lutheran (19-13) won the Division 2 championship with a 4-3 win over Notre Dame in the title game.

With one out in the top of the seventh, Notre Dame had a runner reach base with a passed ball following third strike. After a stolen base put the runner in scoring position, James Wright struck out the next batter, walked the following hitter and closed out the inning with a strikeout to preserve the victory.

The Red Knights scored first with a single run in the first inning on a successful squeeze bunt by Sam Ruch to score Nick Winter from third. They added a run in the second inning on an infield single by Christian Gerner.

The Tritons tied the game in the third inning when Connor Yakel singled in a pair of runs with two outs. However, the Red Knights answered with two runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning to close out the scoring in the game. TD Walker drove in the first run of the inning with a single to shortstop, and Ryan Selner delivered a  base hit to center field to drive in the final run of the game.

Gerner and Winter each had two hits to pace the Red Knights seven-hit attack. The Tritons were held to four hits behind the combination of starter TD Walker and reliever James Wright. Walker struck out seven in five innings to post the win. Wright pitched two innings without surrendering a hit to pick up the save.

It was the third State title for Milwaukee Lutheran, which also won titles in 2002 and 2003.

Lake Country Lutheran (28-2) followed last year’s Division 4 championship with a Division 3 title this season after a dramatic 5-4 walk-off victory over Aquinas (27-4) in the final.

The Lightning scored first with a run in the bottom of the second inning on a run-scoring double by Jack Euclide, but the Blugolds responded with a run in the third to tie the game at 1-1. Alex Dee belted a double to drive in Rudy Rott, who walked earlier in the inning.

Lake Country Lutheran regained the lead in the bottom half of the inning on a fielder’s choice that scored Andrew Buran who had walked with one out.

The real fireworks and drama didn’t begin until the seventh inning. Aquinas scored three runs to grab a 4-2 lead. Alex Schulte singled in a run, another scored on a fielding error and one on a sacrifice fly by Jacob Horstman.

Then Lightning struck. After a ground out to start the bottom of the seventh, Lake Country Lutheran cracked four straight singles to draw to within one of at 4-3. After a strikeout, Joe Lipsey delivered a two-run single to right to start the celebration of a State title.

The Lightning was led at the plate by Jake Hall and Lipsky with two hits and two RBI, and Euclide with a pair of doubles. Aquinas was led offensively by Rott, Dee and Schulte with two hits apiece.

It was the third appearance in a State final for Lake Country Lutheran, which won the Division 4 title last year after placing runner-up in 2013. Aquinas finishes runner-up for the third time to go with the title the Blugolds won in 2007. 

Rio (23-4) won the Division 4 championship in its first-ever tournament appearance with a 1-0 victory over Ithaca (23-4) in the final.

Trajan Prochnow pitched a six-hit shutout over seven innings with two strikeouts. Trevor Kearney went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Vikings’ 5-hit attack. The only run of the game came in the bottom of the fifth. Jacob Black delivered a one-out single to left to score Noah Hollander from second after he drew a base on balls earlier in the inning.

Joey Clary and Cody Klossowski each had two hits at the plate for the Bulldogs.

Ithaca finishes runner-up in its second State Tournament experience after qualifying for the first time last season. 

Lake Country Lutheran (28-2) followed last year’s Division 4 championship with a Division 3 title this season after a dramatic 5-4 walk-off victory over Aquinas (27-4) in the final.

The Lightning scored first with a run in the bottom of the second inning on a run-scoring double by Jack Euclide, but the Blugolds responded with a run in the third to tie the game at 1-1. Alex Dee belted a double to drive in Rudy Rott, who walked earlier in the inning.

Lake Country Lutheran regained the lead in the bottom half of the inning on a fielder’s choice that scored Andrew Buran who had walked with one out.

The real fireworks and drama didn’t begin until the seventh inning. Aquinas scored three runs to grab a 4-2 lead. Alex Schulte singled in a run, another scored on a fielding error and one on a sacrifice fly by Jacob Horstman.

Then Lightning struck again. After a ground out to start the bottom of the seventh, Lake Country Lutheran cracked four straight singles to draw to within one of at 4-3. After a strikeout, Joe Lipsey delivered a two-run single to right to start the celebration of a State title.

The Lightning was led at the plate by Jake Hall and Lipsky with two hits and two RBI, and Euclide with a pair of doubles. Aquinas was led offensively by Rott, Dee and Schulte with two hits apiece.

It was the third appearance in a State final for Lake Country Lutheran, which won the Division 4 title last year after placing runner-up in 2013. Aquinas finishes runner-up for the third time to go with the title the Blugolds won in 2007. 

Rio (23-4) won the Division 4 championship in its first-ever tournament appearance with a 1-0 victory over Ithaca (23-4) in the final.

Trajan Prochnow pitched a six-hit shutout over seven innings with two strikeouts. Trevor Kearney went 3-for-3 at the plate to lead the Vikings’ 5-hit attack. The only run of the game came in the bottom of the fifth. Jacob Black delivered a one-out single to left to score Noah Hollander from second after he drew a base on balls earlier in the inning.

Joey Clary and Cody Klossowski each had two hits at the plate for the Bulldogs.

Ithaca finishes runner-up in its second State Tournament experience after qualifying for the first time last season.

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The 33rd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Soccer Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 18-20, at Time Warner Cable Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices are $8 per session and $1 for children 6-years old or younger. Tickets are available at the venue. 

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The 21st Annual State Boys Team Tennis Tournament crowned a pair of familiar champions at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis. Saturday. Marquette...
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The 40th Annual Girls State Softball Tournament battled through persistent precipitation to concluded Saturday with the crowning of four champions at Goodman Diamond Saturday.

Westosha Central (28-4) won the Division 1 championship with a 3-0 win over Watertown (22-9) in the final. Alyssa Hrncar tossed a five hit shutout. It was a the Falcons' second title in the last three seasons. They finished runner-up last season after winning the title in 2013. 

La Crosse Logan (28-1) is the champion in Division 2 following the Rangers' 3-0 shutout over Waupun (27-5) in the final. Jordyn Kleman struck out 11 hitters and allowed just three hits to notch the victory. She also belted a solo home run to pace the offense. It was the first State championship for the Rangers.

Laconia (29-3) edged Poynette (29-2) for the Division 3 championship. The Spartans made single runs in the fourth and fifth innings stand up after Pumas scored just a single run in the sixth with the bases loaded and one out. The Spartans are champions for the first time.

Pacelli (24-5) pushed across a run in the bottom of the sixth inning and held on for a 1-0 win over defending champion Oakfield (26-4) to win the Division 4 crown. Sarah Mitch singled home Sami Kay Shafranski from second for the only run of the game. The Oaks had a runner on third with one in the seventh but couldn't score. The Cardinals win their third State championship, also winning in Division 3 in 2012 and in Division 4 in 2003.


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The 68th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Spring Baseball State Tournament will take place Tuesday-Thursday, June 16-18, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session and $14 for an all-day admission ticket. Tickets are available at the stadium.

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The 90th Annual State Boys Golf Tournament crowned three team champions and three individual medalists at University Ridge in Madison Tuesday.

Arrowhead surrendered the lead with three holes play, but regrouped on the final hole to win the State team title in Division 1, finishing the 36-hole tournament with a four-player score of 623. Notre Dame was runner-up with 624. Sam Galloway of Neenah won the individual championship at 2-under-par with a score of 142. Nate Thomson of Greendale was runner-up one stroke back at 143.

Lodi wins the Division 2 team title with a four-player, 36-hole total of 603, 27 strokes ahead of second-place Edgewood with 630. Adam Miller of Lodi is the Division 2 State individual champion with a 36-hole score of an even-par 144. He was one stroke better than Matt Bachmann of Sheboygan Falls and two shots ahead of teammate Jacob Michel.

St. Mary's Springs wins the Division 3 team championship with a four-player score of 667. Martin Luther finishes second with 683. Taylor Ryman of Mineral Point is the Division 3 medalist with an 8-over-par 152 on 36 holes, two strokes ahead of Nathan Farrey of Lancaster.

Chris Colla of Winnebago Lutheran, who captured the Division 2 medalist honors last season, finished fourth with a 4-over par 148. The 2014 Division 3 champion Thomas Longbella of McDonell Central finished in a tie for eighth place with a score of 164.




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The 21st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Team Tennis Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, June 12-13. 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 at 9 a.m. Saturday. Ticket prices are $6 per session.

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The 40th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 11-13, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on each day. Tickets are available at the stadium or online with a convenience fee per session ticket:  
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The 90th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, June 8-9, at the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis. Competition will begin at 7 a.m. on both days. Practice rounds Sunday begin at 7 a.m.  Tee time assignments for Sunday practice and for Monday's play are posted on the boys golf page of the WIAA website. 

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The 120th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Track and Field Championships and the 45th Girls Track and Field Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, June 5-6, at the Veterans Memorial Stadium Complex on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. 

Ticket prices for the meet are $8 for each session or $12 for both sessions Friday if purchased at the stadium. All-session tickets are available for $20. Tickets may also be purchased online with an applicable convenience fee. To order online, access the ticket link on the WIAA website homepage or go to:  
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys State Individual Tennis Championships will be held Thursday through Saturday, June 4-6 at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Action will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday and resume at 9 a.m. Friday. Competition on Saturday begins at 8:30 a.m. Ticket prices are $6 per session.

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The brackets are complete in all WIAA Spring Baseball divisions.  Tournament games begin Tuesday, June 2nd in all divisions.

 Division One | Division Two | Division Three | Division Four

 

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Here is the language placed in the proposed K-12 Omnibus bill by the Joint Finance Committee on May 19. Motion #457 29.  Participation in ...
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INDIANAPOLIS, IN — The rule prohibiting excessive contact in high school basketball has been expanded to include all ball-handlers on the court, include post players.

This revision in Rule 10-6-12 and a new signal for officials were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Basketball Rules Committee at its April 20-22 meeting in Indianapolis. Both changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In an effort to minimize risk of injury in high school ice hockey, the penalty structure has been revised to provide options for more stringent penalties when situations warrant.

The reformatting of penalty changes and revisions to four other rules were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Ice Hockey Rules Committee at its April 27-28 meeting in Indianapolis. All 2015-16 ice hockey rules changes were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control approved the recommendation of Executive Director Dave Anderson to name Stephanie Hauser to an assistant director position on the executive staff at today’s Board of Control meeting.

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Voting concluded Friday, May 8 for the 2015 WIAA Divisions 2, 3, & 4 brackets.  Schools voted to retain the half-sectional brackets as they w...
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The 2015 girls golf tournament assignments are now available. Click on the link below to view the assignments. 2015 Girls Golf Assignments
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – Sixteen senior girls and 16 senior boys statewide have been selected as recipients of the prestigious WIAA Scholar Athlete Award underwritten by Marshfield Clinic.

The 2015 recipients, their families and school representatives will be recognized at an awards ceremony Sunday, May 3 at the Jefferson Street Inn in Wausau.  To view information on all 32 recipients, visit the Scholar Athlete page on the WIAA website at www.wiaawi.org/Schools/ScholarAthletes.aspx.

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A more standardized pre-match procedure requiring referees to perform skin checks or verify that skin checks had been completed on-site by an appropriate health-care professional was approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Rules Committee at its April 8-10 meeting in Indianapolis.

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Click on the links below to view the 2016 boys and girls basketball tournament assignments. Boys Basketball Girls Basketball
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The membership of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association defeated amendments intended to address competitive equity concerns, and passed resolutions for coaches’ certification requirements and adding basketball, hockey and volleyball to the list of sports with unlimited non-school contact in the summer at the 2015 Annual Meeting today in Stevens Point.

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The following winter sport tournament assignments for 2016 are now available: Gymnastics Hockey - Boys Hockey - Girls Swimming & Diving - Boys...
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control voted to grant final approval of an Executive Staff recommendation to suspend membership dues and fees for two years and gave final acceptance to a conference realignment plan in the northwest area of the state at its April meeting today. 

The Board’s decision suspends dues and fees for all member schools. The action is intended to assist member schools in maintaining interscholastic athletic programs and opportunities, and to further disconnect the organization from the indirect use of public tax dollars. The Association presently receives no direct subsidy from public tax dollars. Last year, the WIAA received $420,775 in membership dues and fees and returned nearly $2.7 million to its members through tournament host fees and partial reimbursements for State Tournament participation.

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Two of the amendments address language in relation to the Nonschool Participation During the Season section in Article VI of the Rules of Eligibility. 

The first proposed amendment to the Nonschool Participation language allows any individual student-athlete to participate in up to two nonschool contests during that respective school sport season in the same sport. The nonschool opportunity would require school approval on the basis that such participation will not jeopardize a student’s eligibility under the membership’s amateur status provisions or other membership rules.

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There are 10 amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility for the membership to consider and vote on at the 2015 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Annual Meeting Wednesday, April 22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point.

The lone amendment for the Bylaws would require coaches at all levels of interscholastic competition to complete and maintain certification in First Aid, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED).

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There are 10 amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility for the membership to consider and vote on at the 2015 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Annual Meeting Wednesday, April 22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point. 

Two of the proposals relate to the summertime coaching contact language within the Rules of Eligibility.

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The 2015 boys and girls volleyball tournament assignments are now available. Click on the appropriate link below to view the assignments. Division 1...
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There are 10 amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility for the membership to consider and vote on at the 2015 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Annual Meeting Wednesday, April 22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Stevens Point. 

Five of the amendments address language in the membership’s Constitution. Three of those proposals are not associated with the highly anticipated divisional placement proceedings.

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Click below to view the 2015 boys and girls cross country tournament assignments. 2015 Assignments
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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance, has chosen the recipients of the team Sportsmanship Awards for the 2015 winter State Tournaments. 

The winners of the prestigeous sportsmanship honor are Spring Valley/Elmwood in wrestling, Mount Horeb in gymnastics, Superior in boys ice hockey, the D.C. Everest Co-op in girls ice hockey, Marathon in girls basketball and Mineral Point in boys basketball.


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The tournament assignments for the following fall 2015 sports are now available: Boys Soccer Girls Swimming & Diving Girls Tennis More fall sp...
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The correlation between interscholastic athletic/activity participation and success later in life has been well documented. A recent survey by Harris furthers that connection.

The survey asked more than 2,000 adults about their high school experience and compared it to their education beyond high school and career accomplishments.


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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control gave first consideration of an Executive Staff plan to suspend membership dues and fees for two years, advanced a number of Constitutional amendments to the Annual Meeting for a membership vote and approved renewal of several partnership agreements at its meeting on March 6 in Madison.

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Stevens Point (27-1) spoiled Germantown’s (27-1) run of perfection and history with a 67-51 win over the Warhawks in the Division 1 final Saturd...
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Mount Horeb (23-5) is the champion in Division 2 following a 58-46 victory over Rice Lake (22-6) in the title game.

The final score wasn’t indicative of competitive nature of the game. The Warriors were playing without the services of co-Mr. Basketball in Wisconsin Henry Ellenson, who suffered a hand injury in Friday night’s semifinal victory.

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Brown Deer (25-4) made it back-to-back titles with a 74-60 win over Xavier (24-4) in the Division 3 championship game.

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Dominican (24-3) never trailed in its path to making history, leading from tip to the final horn in a convincing 75-49 win over previously undefeated ...
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Young Coggs Prep (21-5) won its first State championship in its first-ever appearance with a 56-50 victory over Hillsboro (23-6) in the Division 5 fin...
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Riley Geiger, a sophomore from Loyal, won the inaugural boys’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Kohl Center in conjunction with the celebration of the 100th State Girls Basketball Tournament.

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Three-time defending Division 1 champion Germantown (27-0) remained undefeated and will attempt to become only the second program in State Tournament history to win four consecutive titles following its 82-54 win over Madison East in its semifinal.

Stevens Point (26-1) advances to the Division 1 championship game for the first time since 1994 with a convincing 63-39 triumph over West Allis Central (14-13) in the semifinals.

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Rice Lake (22-5) returns to the Division 2 championship game with some unfinished business to attend to following its 72-64 semifinal victory over Greendale.

Mount Horeb (22-5) pulled away in the fourth quarter to record a 65-53 win over West De Pere (20-7) in its Division 2 semifinal.

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Defending champion Brown Deer (24-4) returns to the Division 3 title game following a 62-50 victory over Prescott (25-2) in the semifinal.

Xavier (24-3) overcame a six-point deficit in the final two minutes of the fourth quarter to move on to the championship final with a 70-69 win over East Troy in the Division 3 semifinals.

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Dominican will attempt to become just the second program to win four consecutive State championships Saturday in its Division 4 match-up with Mineral Point.

The Knights displayed an awesome offensive arsenal to roll to a 93-54 victory over previously undefeated Regis in the Division 4 semifinal. 


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The Division 5 championship game will feature two teams participating in their first State Tournament with aspirations of taking home the title with Y...
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Click on the link below to view the 2015 Girls 3-Point Challenge held at the Girls State Basketball Tournament on March 21, 2015. Kylie Moe from...
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The 100th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 19-21, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. 

Ticket prices for the tourney are $10 per session for all seating purchased at the Kohl Center. Ticket windows are available one hour prior to the start of any session. Online tickets are available online for $12. All online tickets are print at home or available at the Will-Call window.

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The first WIAA Boys 3-Point Challenge will be conducted on Saturday, March 21 - 9 a.m. at the Kohl Center in Madison  The field of contestants is now final.

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Divine Savior Holy Angels rolled to a 64-29 win over previously undefeated D.C. Everest (27-1) in the Division 1 final to win its first State title Saturday evening at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis.

Pius XI was crowned the champion in Division 2 after a convincing 54-36 win over Cedarburg in the championship final.

Whitewater (28-0) won the Division 3 championship to cap an undefeated season with a 49-43 win over Xavier in the final Saturday afternoon.

Cuba City (28-0) finishes the season undefeated with a 56-43 victory over Fall Creek in the Division 4 championship game Saturday, giving the Cubans their second straight title and their membership leading 11th crown overall.

Barneveld (27-1) won its second straight championship in Division 5 with a 59-43 win over Assumption (25-4) in the final Saturday morning. 

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Kylie Moe, a junior from Brodhead, won the inaugural girls’ 3-Point Challenge held Saturday at the Resch Center in conjunction with the State Girls Basketball Tournament.

Moe was one of 10 participants in the contest. She scored 15 points in the final round to win the contest. Sammy Kozlowski of New Berlin Eisenhower was second with 13 points in the final round, and Amber Baehman of Tri-County was third with 10.

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n one of the most entertaining games in Girls State Basketball history, Divine Savior Holy Angels (25-2) outlasted Middleton 86-76 in overtime to advance to the Division 1 State final Saturday evening.

D.C. Everest (27-0) will bring its unblemished record into the State final Saturday evening following a 42-32 win over Arrowhead in the semifinals.

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Pius XI (27-0) will continue its pursuit of a perfect season in the Division 2 championship final tomorrow evening after rolling to a 55-30 win over Waunakee in the semifinal.

Cedarburg (24-2) advances to the Division 2 championship game Saturday evening as result of its 51-41 victory over River Falls in the semifinals.
 

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Xavier advances to the title game for Division 3 following a 44-34 triumph over Hayward in the semifinals. The Hawks (24-4) applied its defensive as...
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Defending champion Cuba City will return to the title game Saturday following a 62-56 win over St. Mary’s Springs in the Division 4 semifinals. Fall Creek (25-2) withstood a fourth quarter charge by Marathon (25-2) to advance to the Division 4 final with a 56-51 victory over the Red Raiders.
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Defending champion Barneveld and Assumption will be meeting in the Division 5 title game of the State Girls Basketball Tournament for the third consecutive year.

Each advanced with relative ease in their respective semifinal match-up.

 

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Download the new Magic of March App, your source for live streaming video, scores, highlights and more about the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association state high school hockey and basketball tournaments.

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The 40th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 12-14, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. 

Ticket price for the tourney is $10 per session when purchased at the Resch Center. Tickets for the tournament will also be available for purchase online at the Ticket Star website:   www.ticketstaronline.com.  All-session, as well as individual session tickets are available for purchase online for $12 per session. A link is also provided on the WIAA website:  www.wiaawi.org. or call Ticket Star at 1-800-895-0071. 

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Marcy Thurwachter, an assistant director on the WIAA executive staff, announced her retirement Friday, effective June 30, after serving the membership in her position for 13 years.

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The first WIAA 3-Point Challenge will be conducted on Saturday, March 14 - 9 a.m. at the Resch Center in Green Bay.  The field of contestants is now final. 

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One of the three 2014 team champions was successful in its attempt to win back-to-back titles at the State Team Wrestling Tournament finals Saturday at the UW Field House.

Kaukauna won its second straight Division 1 title with a 41-21 victory over Stoughton. The Galloping Ghosts won at nine of the 14 weight classes, including pins at 152, 170, 220 and 285. It marks the third straight season Kaukauna has advanced to the championship match.

In Division 2, Freedom dethroned Ellsworth as champion with a 34-15 decision in the final over the Panthers. The Irish built a 20-0 lead by winning the first six bouts of the match. They won four of the remaining eight matches, including a pin at 182 to capture the crown.

In the semifinals wrestled earlier in the day, The Irish advanced with 40-27 win over Sparta, and Ellsworth advanced to the championship final after a 37-27 decision over Wisconsin Lutheran.

Spring Valley/Elmwood took early control of the Division 3 match with 2014 champion Coleman. Trailing 6-0 after the opening 285-pound bout, the Cardinals strung three straight pins together and added falls at 152 and 182 to clinch the match and cruise to the 40-27 victory. The Cardinals win the program's first title after runner-up finishes last season and in 2012.

Earlier Saturday, the Cardinals ousted Random Lake from title contention with its 37-22 conquest in the semifinals. Coleman reached the final for the fifth straight year and for the sixth time in the last seven years with a 45-34 win over Fennimore in its semifinal match.

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Superior goes home with the gold after defeating Wausau West 6-0.  First period goals by Troy Shold and Beau Reder with assists coming from Caden...
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The 2015 State Girls Hockey title goes to the University School Co-op with a 2-1 win over the Hayward Co-op. University School scored in the 5th minut...
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The chase for the 2015 State Team Wrestling championship in Division 1 is down to two teams following the quarterfinals and the semifinals session at ...
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Wausau West will meet Superior in the championship after beating Madison Memorial 6-3 in the semifinal. Wausau West scored three unanswered goals in ...
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The University School Co-op advances to Saturday's final with a 6-2 win over Onalaska Co-op in the State girls hockey semifinal. Sloan Sullivan netted...
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The first day of the State Boys Hockey Tournament advanced for teams to the semifinals Friday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison.

Wausau West scored three goals during a three minute span in the second period to fuel a 4-3 win over Appleton East Co-op in the nightcap of the quarterfinals Thursday evening. The Warriors outshot United 33-22 on the game.

A goal frenzy in the first period gave Madison Memorial a 4-1 lead en route to a 4-3 win in the third semifinal. Eau Claire Memorial scored early in the third period to cut the deficit to 4-2. The Old Abes added another goal with under a minute to play to make things interesting, but the Spartan were able to hang on in the final 40 seconds of the game.

In the second afternoon quarterfinal, Grant Hanson scored a Superior goal at 4:38 of the third period to break a 2-2 tie, and Beau Reder added an empty-net goal with under a minute to play to give the Spartans a 4-2 victory over Janesville Parker/Craig to advance to the State semifinals.

Cedarburg comes back from an early deficit to win the first State quarterfinal of the WIAA State Boys Hockey Tournament, 3-2, over Reedsburg Co-op. The game-winning goal was scored by James Furey at 3:17 of the third period. Dylan Brown scored a pair of goals for Reedsburg to lead the offensive attack.

Reedsburg will play Superior in one semifinal, starting at 5 p.m. Madison Memorial will duel Wausau West in the second semifinal at approximately 7:15 p.m. The girls semifinals begin action Friday with Onalaska Co-op versus University School Co-op at 11 a.m. followed by Hayward Co-op against D.C. Everest Co-op at approximately 1:15 p.m.

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The 45th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Gymnastics State Championships will take place Friday and Saturday, March 6-7, at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. The team championships will begin Friday at 2 p.m. The individual competition will begin at 11:10 a.m. Saturday. Ticket prices for the championships are $6 per session and are available at the door.

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The 45th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Hockey State Tournament and the 14th Girls Hockey State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 5-7, at Veterans Memorial Coliseum at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session. Middle school-aged individuals wearing their hockey team apparel will be admitted for $5 each session.

The single elimination boys tournament features eight teams. The girls tournament features four teams. There were 90 boys teams and 33 girls teams at the beginning of the championship tournament series this year. 

BOYS SCHEDULE: (* approximate times)

Thursday, March 5
Game-1:   Reedsburg Co-op (22-3-2) vs. Cedarburg (23-2-2) - 11 a.m.
Game-2:   Superior (11-15-1) vs. Janesville Parker/Craig (17-8-2) - 1:15 p.m.*
Game-3:   Eau Claire Memorial (19-5-3) vs. Madison Memorial (21-5-1) - 5 p.m.
Game-4:   Wausau West (20-4-3) vs. Appleton East Co-op (22-4-1) - 7:15 p.m.*

Friday, March 6
Game-5:  Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2 - 5 p.m.
Game-6:  Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4 - 7:15 p.m.*

Saturday, March 7
Game-7:  Championship Game - 2:15 p.m.*

GIRLS SCHEDULE:

Friday, March 6
Game-1:   Onalaska Co-op (16-6-3)  vs. University School Co-op (25-2) - 11 a.m.
Game-2:   Hayward Co-op (22-4) vs. D. C. Everest Co-op (19-6-1) - 1:15 p.m.*

Saturday, March 7
Game-3:  Championship Game - 12:10 p.m.

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The 24th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association State Team Wrestling Tournament will take place Friday and Saturday, March 6-7. The tournament is held at the Field House on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $13 for the Friday session and $8 for the Saturday sessions.

The single elimination tournament features eight teams in Division 1 and four each in Divisions 2 and 3. The Division 1 quarterfinals and semifinals are scheduled for Friday evening with the Divisions 2 and 3 semifinals and the finals for all divisions Saturday.

Friday, March 6 

Division 1 Quarterfinals
Time         Pairings 

5:30 p.m.   Match-1:  Kaukauna (17-1) vs. Burlington (12-1)
5:30 p.m.   Match-2:  Hudson (12-2) vs. Cedarburg (17-1)
5:30 p.m.   Match-3:  Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln (18-0) vs. Pewaukee (16-3)
5:30 p.m.   Match-4:  Sauk Prairie (15-3) vs. Stoughton (22-1)

Division 1 Semifinals
7:30 p.m.   Match-5:  Match-1 Winner vs. Match-2 Winner
7:30 p.m.   Match-6:  Match-3 Winner vs. Match-4 Winner

Saturday, March 7

Division 2 Semifinals
10 a.m.      Match-1:  Ellsworth (17-4) vs. Wisconsin Lutheran (18-1)
10 a.m.      Match-2:  Freedom (13-2) vs. Sparta (13-6)

Division 3 Semifinals
10 a.m.      Match-1:  Spring Valley/Elmwood (14-3) vs. Random Lake (16-1) 
10 a.m.      Match-2:  Coleman (16-1) vs. Fennimore (18-2)

Finals
3 p.m.   Division 1 Championship Match
3 p.m.   Division 2 Championship Match
3 p.m.   Division 3 Championship Match

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The 2015 State Individual Wrestling Championships concluded Saturday with the crowning of 42 champions in front of more than 13,000 spectators at the Kohl Center in Madison.
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The road to the 100th Boys State Basketball Tournament begins on Tuesday, March 3 with the first round of regionals.  The brackets are now availa...
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Madison Memorial won five events to cruise to its fifth straight Division 1 team title at the State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships Saturday in Madison, Wis.

The Spartans won its membership-leading 15th title with 350.5 points, and Madison West placed second for the third straight year, compiling 201 points. Cedarburg was third with 192 points.

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History was made in the first event of the 2015 State Boys Swimming and Diving Championships at the UW Natatorium Friday afternoon.

Senior Joe Kaszubowski of Whitefish Bay became the just the second diver in boys State Meet history to win four championships and only the fourth competitor to accomplish the feat in any event. He captured the Division 2 diving crown with a score of 569.20.

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The 91st Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21, at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the meet are $6 and are sold only at the UW Natatorium each day of the competition. 

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The "Road to the Resch" begins on Tuesday, February 24 with the first round of regionals.  The brackets are now available on Halftime ..... click...
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In its ongoing effort to minimize the risk of injury in high school football, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee expanded the provisions of unnecessary roughness to include contact with a defenseless player.

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High school sports fans can follow exciting high school tournament action with live streams produced by participating local radio stations. Web Stream...
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The 21-member competitive equity ad-hoc committee was created following the 2014 Annual Meeting. The membership voted 352-77 to send the topic to committee in response to a petition-generated proposal that would have applied a 1.65 multiplier to all private schools in the membership.

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Administrators at WIAA member senior high schools are reminded that February 24, 2015 is the deadline to announce their candidacy for positions on the...
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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Board of Control voted to approve several fall sport coaches’ recommendations and discussed how to effectively create awareness of the video summary created by the competitive equity committee at its January meeting today. 

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A new penalty system for an unnecessary delay in starting or resuming play in high school volleyball was approved by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Volleyball Rules Committee at its January meeting in Indianapolis.

This significant rules change, along with three others recommended by the committee for the 2015-16 season, were subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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The NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP) makes it easy for students to produce live video broadcasts by providing the software, tools and training they need for free. With our proprietary technology, schools can produce and distribute high quality events throughout the year including regular season sports, graduation, band, cheer events, as well as other school activities. 

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If schools are closed and practice is cancelled today due to weather/school board policy, the growth allowance language may be applied which gives a one pound allowance.   However, if schools are closed and practice IS HELD, the growth allowance language which gives a one pound allowance DOES NOT APPLY. 

Keep in mind that proper notice by the school requesting the one pound additional allowance must be made to the meet manager and each school.  Personal contact must be made and voice mail or emails are not acceptable.

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WFSCA Coaches Clinic Date:  February 21 & 22, 2015 Site:  Chula Vista, Wisconsin Dells Clinic Information (click here)  
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STEVENS POINT, Wis.– The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in cooperation with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2014 Fall State Championships. 

The winners of the State Team Tournament Sportsmanship Awards are Marathon in girls volleyball, Menomonee Falls in boys soccer, Pepin/Alma in football, University School in girls team tennis and Arrowhead in boys volleyball.


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The Board of Control was introduced to a success factor plan with a presentation by the competitive equity ad-hoc committee and approved a number of other action items at its December meeting today.

The Success Factor Plan is a result of months of discussions, research and planning by the committee to address concerns of competitive inequities brought forward by a segment of the membership. The proposal promotes programs in the team sports of baseball, boys and girls basketball, softball, boys and girls soccer, and girls volleyball to a higher division for tournament play based on point values assessed for success in the tournament over a three-year period. 

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Nearly 500 students and administrators of 77 teams representing 69 member high schools attended the 2014 WIAA/Rural Mutual Insurance Sportsmanship Summit in Stevens Point, Wis., Wednesday. 

Schools from throughout the state representing all divisions were in attendance at the Holiday Inn & Convention Center. Each school was represented by at least one six-member team of students, school administrators, coaches, school board members and/or community leaders.




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The brackets for the 2015 WIAA Boys and Girls State Basketball Tournament series are now final.  Schools had until midnight December 1 to record ...
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The first day of the 39th Annual WIAA State Football Finals crowned four champions with temperatures in the teens throughout the day and evening at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

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Several New Rule Changes will impact 2014-15 Basketball Season I. BALLHANDLER/DRIBBLER CONTACT The increased attention to the ballhandler/drib...
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The 39th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championship Finals will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 20-21, at Camp Randall Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. 

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The 45th Annual State Girls Swimming and Diving Championships may go down historically as the golden era of girls high school swimming and diving with nine State Meet records established.

Arrowhead captured the Division 1 team championship for the 10th time with 337 points. Cedarburg placed second with 224 points, and Waukesha South/Mukwonago was third at 222 points. 

Beata Nelson of Verona/Mount Horeb was involved in three record-setting performances, including what is believed to be a national record.  She set records to win back-to-back gold medals in the 100 butterfly and 100 backstroke. She shattered the butterfly record she set last season with a time of 51.70. The national record was 51.78 set earlier this year by Katherine McLaughlin of Rancho Santa Margarita Catholic High School in California.

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Marquette showed the heart of a champion with a five-set victory over New Berlin Eisenhower/West to win its second straight boys volleyball State titl...
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The 2015 Softball assignments (Divisions 2, 3, & 4) are reposted and now include the splits in sectional half brackets into two regional groups. &...
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The 45th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Swimming and Diving Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14-15, at the Natatorium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the meet are $6 and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

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The 51st Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Volleyball Championships will take place Friday and Saturday, Nov. 14-15, at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8 for adults per session and $1 for children 6-years old and under. 

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Qualifiers for the 45th WIAA Girls State Swimming & Diving are now available.  Click on the links found below for Division 1 and Division 2 t...
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DIVISION 1 Divine Savior Holy Angels captured the championship with a five-set victory over Muskego in the Division 1 final at the Resch Center in ...
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Diving results for each of the Division 1 and Division 2 Diving Sectionals are now posted.  Click on the link below to view results from Sectiona...
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The WIAA Girl's Diving Sectional meets will kick off the 45th annual Swimming and Diving tournament series tonight at six sites across the State. Div...
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Eight teams qualified for the State Boys Volleyball Tournament next weekend at Wisconsin Lutheran College in Milwaukee with wins in the sectional finals Thursday.

Appleton North, Arrowhead, Burlington, Catholic Memorial, Marquette, Middleton, New Berlin Eisenhower/West and Wauwatosa East have advanced to the State semifinals to be played Friday, Nov. 14. The pairings for the State Tournament are:

Quarterfinals: Friday, Nov. 14
Match 1:  Marquette vs. Wauwatosa East - 12:30 p.m.

Match 2:  Burlington vs. Middleton - 3 p.m. 

Match 3:  New Berlin Eisenhower/West vs. Catholic Memorial - 5:30 p.m.

Match 4:  Arrowhead vs. Appleton North - 8 p.m.

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Burlington, Muskego, Divine Savior Holy Angels and Germantown each advanced to the semifinals in Division 1 with wins in the quarterfinals of the WIAA State Girls Volleyball Tournament Thursday at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis.

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The 42nd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Volleyball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 6-8, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session. To order tickets online, go to the WIAA website at www.wiaawi.org/Tickets.aspx.

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Crystal clear skies and crisp temperatures was the setting for the 2014 State Cross Country Meet at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Saturday.

The start of the races were delayed one hour because of frost on the course after temperatures dipping into the teens in central Wisconsin overnight.

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DIVISION 1 Marquette University  HS 4,  Menomonee Falls 1 Marquette won the Division 1 championship with a 4-1 win over Menomonee Falls, g...
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The 102nd running of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Cross Country Championships and the 42nd Annual Girls Cross Country Championships will take place Saturday, Nov. 1, at The Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. Ticket price for the meet is $6. 
  

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The 33rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Soccer Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 2014 at Time Warner Cable Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices for the tournament are $8.

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The 21st Annual State Girls Team Tennis Tournament concluded Saturday with Arrowhead winning the Division 1 championship and University School capturing the Division 2 crown.

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Click here for the 2014 Boys State Soccer Pairings
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The 21st Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Team Tennis Tournament will be held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24-25. 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.

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The State girls singles and doubles tennis champions in two Divisions were determined Saturday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison, Wis. Sophomore L...
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The field and pairing for the 2014 Football Playoffs have been determined and have been posted. Access the links to view the complete field pairings or the divisional brackets.

For the complete pairings of the entire football playoffs, CLICK HERE

Here are the links to the football playoff brackets:

Division 1

Division 2

Division 3

Division 4

Division 5  

Division 6

Division 7

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Despite inclement weather that included rain, wind and cool temperatures, teams and individuals completed the scheduled 36 holes of the State Girls Go...
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The 44th Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Individual Tennis Tournament will be held Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 16-18. The meet takes place at the Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis.

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The Board of Control acted on a series of spring sport coaches’ recommendations that will alter the season regulations for those respective sports and a number of other administrative items at its October meeting today. 

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Click here to view the matchups for the 2014 WIAA Boys Soccer Tournament Series.
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The 43rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls State Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, Oct. 13-14, at the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis. Competition will begin at 8 a.m. on both days. Sunday practice tee time assignments are available on the girls golf homepage of the WIAA website.

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The 2015 Softball Tournament groups are posted.  They can be viewed at http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/Softball.aspx    In Divi...
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The pairings for the October 1 and October 2 Regionals meets have been established and published on the WIAA website.  The pairings for both the D1 and D2 Regional meets can be viewed using the links found below:

For D1 pairings go to: http://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Sports/Girls_Golf/d1regpairings.pdf

For D2 pairings go to: http://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Sports/Girls_Golf/d2regpairings.pdf

Good luck to all the Girl's Golf teams competing in the WIAA tournament series.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control approved a number of action items and received the conventional staff updates and reports at its September meeting today.

Among the action items authorized by the Board were the appointments to the 2014-15 gymnastics coaches advisory committee and the formal approval of the 2014-15 Media Policies and Reference Guide. 

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The 2014 boys soccer tournament brackets are now final.  Coaches had until August 30 to vote for the a sectional bracket or regional groupings fo...
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A one-hour review of the 2014 spring and summer State Tournaments will be featured in the Spring/Summer Sports Spectacular to be aired on the statewide television network stations on Aug. 31. Below are the dates and times the program is scheduled to air:

Sunday, Aug. 31 
Station  Location  Time 
WKOW DTV.1      Madison         Noon
WAOW DTV.1     Wausau           Noon
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The number of participants in high school sports increased for the 25th consecutive year in 2013-14 with a record total of almost 7.8 million, according to the annual High School Athletics Participation Survey conducted by the National Federation of State High School Associations. 

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Mike Beighley, district administrator at Whitehall, presided over the first meeting of the 2014-15 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control Friday.

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A special election will take place for a non-public school representative on the Advisory Council.  This will be a 1-year term beginning with the October 9, 2014 Advisory Council meeting.  This vacancy is due to Neil O’Connell no longer being eligible to fill this position.

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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2014 Spring and Summer State Team Tournaments.

The winners of the prestigious award are New Holstein in girls soccer, Eau Claire Memorial in boys tennis, Arcadia in softball, Oconto in spring baseball and Oak Creek in summer baseball.


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With the fall practices getting into full swing, coaches, athletes, and parents need to be well informed on Heat Illness.  Because heat-related deaths are preventable, people need to be aware of who is at greatest risk and what actions can be taken to prevent a heat-related illness or death.
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The 2015 Summer Baseball tournament assignments are now available.  Click on the link below to access the assignments. 2015 Summer Baseball Tour...
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The 2015 boys golf tournament assignments are now available.  Please click on the link below to review the assignments.  Any marked as SITE ...
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Brookfield Central (29-6) won its fourth State Summer Baseball Championship with a 9-2 victory over Homestead (26-8) in the championship game of the 2014 State Summer Baseball Tournament Friday at Kapco Field in Mequon, Wis.

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A video created and submitted from Waukesha West High School is the winner of the fifth annual WIAA Public Service Announcement Video Contest, which offered students an opportunity to display their video production skills and their perspective of the benefits of interscholastic athletics through membership in the WIAA. 

Waukesha West students Phillip Sonnentag and Carter Green created and produced the video titled “Athletics and Academics,” which emphasized the positive impact participating in athletics has on academics and the life-long lessons they provide. Mike Mueller was the advisor to the project. 

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The 50th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Summer Baseball State Tournament will take place Friday, July 25, at Kapco Park on the campus of Concordia University in Mequon, Wis. Action will begin at noon with the first of two semifinals followed by the championship game at 6:35 p.m. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session and are available only at the park.

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Effective this fall, all varsity and nonvarsity head coaches and assistant coaches are required to complete the online rules meeting video and rules exam for their respective sport. The membership passed the recommendation to make the exam and video mandatory for all high school coaches at the 2014 Annual Meeting this spring.

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The 2015 softball tournament assignments along with the 2015 track & field tournament assignments are now available. Click to view the informatio...
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NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE  HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS            NEWS RELEASE Prohibition of ...
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2014 Summer Baseball Brackets are released:  Sections 1 & 3 | Sections 2 & 4
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Beginning with the 2015 high school baseball season, teams will be allowed to use video monitoring or replay equipment for coaching purposes during games.  In softball, two rules changes were recommended by the NFHS Softball Rules Committee at its June 16-18 meeting in Indianapolis and subsequently approved by the NFHS Board of Directors.

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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control convened for its annual summer meeting and acted on coaches advisory committee recommendations for winter sports and a football player-on-player contact policy that impact the 2014-15 season regulations Thursday.


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Tournaments assignments for the following spring sports are now posted.  If you are interested in hosting any that are listed as SITE NEEDED, ple...
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The 2015 wrestling tournament assignments are now completed.  Click link below: 2015 Wrestling Tournament Assignments If schools are interested...
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Divine Savior Holy Angels (19-5-2) won the Division 1 championship in a 1-0 victory over D.C. Everest (25-4) Saturday at Time Warner Field at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. Waunakee (24-5) is the Division 2 champion after defeating Waukesha West (22-5), 2-1 in the championship game. Dani Rhodes scored the only goal for Waukesha West. Catholic Memorial (25-2-1) won its third consecutive championship with a  2-0 win over Mount Horeb. Assumption (21-3-1) is the Division 4 champion with a 2-1 victory over New Holstein (18-4-3) in the championship final. 

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Sun Prairie (27-5) won the Division 1 State championship for the third consecutive season by downing Kimberly (21-8) 5-2 in title game Thursday at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis.

The Cardinals become just the second program to win three striaight championships joining Nekoosa, which won Class B titles in 1980-82.

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DIVISION 2  Viroqua (23-6) rode the left throwing arm of Mitchell Stalsberg to advance to the Division 2 final with a 2-1 win over Ripon (17-7...
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The Division 1 field has been pared down to two teams vying for the State title following action Thursday at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities St...
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The 32nd Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Soccer Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 19-21, at Time Warner Cable Stadium at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee, Wis. Ticket prices are $8 per session and $1 for children 6-years old or younger. Tickets are available at the venue. 

The single-elimination tournament features four divisions for the first time. Four teams will compete for the State title in each of the divisions. Below are the pairings and time schedule of games. 

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Brookfield East and University School were crowned champions in their respective divisions at the 20th Annual State Boys Tennis Tournament Saturday at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison.


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2014 WIAA Girls State Soccer Championships Uihlein Soccer Park, Milwaukee  - June 19-21 Thursday, June 19 - Division 4 Semifinal 12 noon - New...
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Oakfield (21-2) captured its fourth State championship in the last six seasons and its fifth overall with a 7-3 win over Cochrane-Fountain City in the Division 4 title game Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS:  The 67th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Spring Baseball State Tournament will take place Tuesday-Thursday, June 17-19, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session and $14 for an all-day admission ticket. Tickets are available at the stadium and online with a convenience fee at: https://expressoticketing.com/wiaa/pickEventbaseball.aspx

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THE MEET:  The 20th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Team Tennis Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, June 1...
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The 2014 Girls Volleyball assignments (Divisions 2, 3, & 4) are reposted and now include the splits in sectional half brackets into two regional g...
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Three teams and three individuals were crowned champions at the 91st State Boys Golf Championship Tuesday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis.
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The 39th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Softball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, June 12-14, at the Goodman Diamond on the University of Wisconsin campus in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the tourney are $8 per session for quarterfinals and semifinals, $6 for each championship game and $14 for an all-day ticket on each day. Tickets are available at the stadium or online.

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Brookfield East swept the Division 1 honors at the 92nd State Boys Individual Tennis Tournament, and Zane Navratil captured his third Division 2 singl...
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The 119th running of the State Track & Field Championships concluded late Saturday evening following more than a five-hour weather delay. There were 11 record-breaking performances over the two-day meet which featured 28 previous champions defending their titles.
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The 89th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Golf Championships will be held Monday and Tuesday, June 9-10, at the University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis. Competition will begin at 7 a.m. on both days. Practice rounds Sunday begin at 7 a.m. Tee time assignments for Sunday practice and for Monday's play are posted on the boys golf page of the WIAA website. 

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Like our new Facebook page dedicated to "Celebrating the Game" and the 100th Boys State Basketball Tournament to be held March 19-20-21 at the Kohl Ce...
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THE MEET:  The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys State Individual Tennis Championships will be held Thursday through Saturday, ...
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The 119th Boys Track and Field Championships and the 44th Girls Track and Field Championships will be held Friday and Saturday, June 6-7, in La Crosse. Ticket prices for the meet are $8 for each session or $12 for both sessions Friday if purchased at the stadium. All-session tickets are available for $20. Tickets may also be purchased online with an applicable convenience fee. To order online, access the ticket link on the WIAA website homepage.

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The 2014 State Track & Field Performance Lists/Heat Sheets: PERFORMANCE LISTS: Division 1   Boys |  Girls Division 2   Boys | Gi...
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The 2014 WIAA Boy's Tennis brackets for the State Championship Individual Meet can be found on the WIAA website <<wiaawi.org>>.

The brackets are located on the Boy's Tennis webpage <<http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/BoysTennis.aspx>>.

Division1 and Division 2 singles and doubles brackets have all been determined and posted.

The WIAA Individual Tennis Championship meet will begin on Thursday, June 5, at Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the UW-Madison campus.  The State Team Championship for Division 1 will begin on Friday, June 13, and the Division 2 Team Championship will get underway on Saturday, June 14.

Tickets are sold at the door for $6 per session.

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The 2014 State Track & Field Extra Qualifying Standards and Starting Heights are below: State Track & Field Extra Qualifying Standards State...
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Sectional pairings for WIAA Boy's Golf meets are now available on the WIAA website.  These pairings can be found on the Boy's Golf webpage at:  

http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/BoysGolf.aspx

Boy's Golf Sectionals are scheduled for Tuesday, June 3 and Wednesday, June 4 at 16 sites statewide.

The WIAA State Championship Golf Meet will be held at University Ridge on Monday, June 9 and Tuesday, June 10.  The State Championship Meet will be telecast live via webcast found on the WIAA website <<wiaawi.org>>.

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The 2014 girls soccer tournament series brackets are nearing completion.  Click on the link below to view this year's brackets.  First round...
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Please make sure the following have been submitted to the WIAA office before athletic directors and coaches leave for summer break: 1.  Spring...
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WIAA Boy's Tennis Subsectional play has now begun.  Twenty-three Subsectionals take place today, Tuesday, May 27, while one is scheduled for Wednesday, May 28.  

Results from each of the Subsectionals will become available on the WIAA website <<wiaawi.org>> as play concludes.  These results can be found on the WIAA Boy's Tennis webpage.

The 92nd Boy's Individual Championship will be held at Nielsen Tennis Stadium on June 5, 6 and 7, 2014.  The 19th WIAA Boy's Team Championship is scheduled for Friday, June 13 and Saturday, June 14, 2014, and is also held at Nielsen Tennis Stadium on the University of Wisconsin--Madison campus.

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Thirty-one Golf Regional meets kick off the WIAA Boy's State tournament series this morning.  An additional nine Regional meets will be held on Wednesday.

The WIAA State Boy's Golf Championship Meet will be held on Monday, June 9 and Tuesday, June 10 at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, WI.

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The brackets are complete in all WIAA Spring Baseball divisions.  Tournament games begin Tuesday, June 3rd in all divisions. The State Championships are Tuesday-Thursday, June 17-19, 2014, at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium, Grand Chute, Wis.

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Boy's Golf Regional pairings are now available on the Boy's Golf page of the WIAA website <<wiaawi.org>>. Regional meets are scheduled to be held on Tuesday, May 27 and Wednesday, May 28.  Dates and time schedules for each of these tournament series meets can be found on this same webpage.

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More stringent penalties for boarding and checking from behind in high school ice hockey have been approved for the 2014-15 season.

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STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control supported increasing the distance of the girls cross country race in the Tournament Series to five kilometers and determined criteria for volunteer appointments to the ad-hoc committee assigned to examine competitive equity at its May meeting today in Stevens Point.
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For the 2014-15 school year officials will again be able to submit their licensing application online and make payment with a credit card.  Online licensing is now available.  The deadline to submit the 2014-15 application is July 7, 2014.   If you choose not to license online, you will be able to print out the licensing application and mail it to our office with a check or money order.  The WIAA will not be sending out renewal applications to officials.

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The 2014 girls golf tournament assignments are now available.  Click on the link below. 2014 Girls Golf Tournament Assignments
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High school wrestling rules changes focused on changes in the definition of bad time and advancement of wrestlers in the consolation bracket.

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Following are the tournament assignments for the sports of gymnastics, boys & girls hockey, and boys swimming & diving. Wrestling assignments...
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Lane Players Can Release When Free Throw is Attempted in High School Basketball FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE        ...
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The 2015 boys and girls basketball assignments are now available.  Click on the appropriate link to view the assignments. BOYS Division 1  ...
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The 2014 boys soccer, girls tennis and girls swimming & diving tournament assignments are now posted on the sport specific pages.  The girls ...
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Kevin Borseth will be the featured speaker at the 2014 Scholar Athlete Award Banquet scheduled for Sunday, May 4, at the Jefferson Inn in Wausau, Wis....
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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.

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The 2014 boys and girls cross country and 2014 boys and girls volleyball tournament information is now available. Click on the links below to access ...
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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!


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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.

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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.

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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

Boys Individual Tennis:  June 5-7, Nielsen Stadium, Madison, Wis.
Track & Field: June 6-7, Veterans Memorial Stadium, La Crosse, Wis.
Boys Golf:  June 9-10, University Ridge, Madison, Wis.
Softball:  June 12-14, Goodman Diamond, Madison, Wis.
Boys Team Tennis:  June 13-14, Nielsen Stadium, Madison, Wis.
Spring Baseball:  June 17-19, Fox Cities Stadium, Grand Chute, Wis.
Girls Soccer:  June 19-21, Uihlein Soccer Park, Milwaukee, Wis.
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Member schools have finalized the 2014 girls soccer tournament brackets as they completed voting on the bracket design last week. In order for a grou...
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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.

Member schools are strongly encourage to attend the meeting to participate and contribute to the democratic process of the Association.
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Division 1

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.

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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

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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.


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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.


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Neillsville (27-0) returns to the title game for the first time since winning the Division 4 championship in 2012 following its 51-43 overtime win ove...
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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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Defending champion Assumption (26-2) will play for its second straight State title with a 61-41 victory over Heritage Christian (20-5) in their Divisi...
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The 39th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Girls Basketball State Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 20-22, at the Resch Center in Green Bay, Wis. This is the second time the girls basketball State Tournament will be conducted in Green Bay. 

Ticket price for the tourney is $10 per session when purchased at the Resch Center. Tickets for the tournament will also be available for purchase online at the Ticket Star website:   www.ticketstaronline.com.  All-session, as well as individual session tickets are available for purchase online for $12 per session. A link is also provided on the WIAA website:  www.wiaawi.org. Call Ticket Star at 1-800-895-0071. 

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Div 5 - Thorp 49, Green Bay N.E.W. Lutheran 42

Div 4 - Dominican 74, Blair-Taylor 50

Div 3 - Brown Deer 59, Lodi 37

Div 2 - Wisconsin Lutheran 61, Rice Lake 46

Div 1 - Germantown 48, Neenah 42

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Boys Basketball Scores:
D1 - Neenah 58, Mukwonago 41
D1 - Germantown 77, Milwaukee King 60
D2 - Wisconsin Lutheran 64, West De Pere 44
D2 - Rice Lake 70, Greendale 58
D3 - Brown Deer 48, Roncalli 45
D3 - Lodi 50 Elk Mound 47 (OT)
D4 - Dominican 78, Brillion 47
D4 - Blair-Taylor 47, Unity 32
D5 - GB N.E.W. Lutheran 77, Sheb. Lutheran 63
D5 - Thorp 54, Cochrane-Fountain City 52

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Four teams advanced to the finals at the 2014 State Boys Basketball Tournament Thursday with their victories in the semifinal round at the Kohl Center in Madison.

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The Board of Control reviewed and approved sending a number of potential amendments to the Constitution, Bylaws and Rules of Eligibility to the membership for a vote at the Annual Meeting in April.

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Several adjustments have been made to the girls basketball sectional semifinal and final games scheduled this week.. DIVISION 1 Sectional #1 - Neena...
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The 99th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Championships will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 13-15, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. 

Ticket prices for the tourney are $10 per session for all seating purchased at the Kohl Center. Ticket windows are available one hour prior to the start of any session. Online tickets are available online for $12.

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The State Team Wrestling finals produced champions in each of the three division held Saturday at the UW Field House in Madison, Wis.
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In their 5th trip to State, Verona is taking home the gold trophy with a 6-1 victory over Onalaska in the final of the State Boys Hockey Tournament Sa...
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The field is set for the 2014 WIAA Boys State Basketball Tournament. Click to view 2014 StateTournament Bracket - all divisions. Click to view Score...
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A pair of perennial high school gymnastics programs continued its success  Friday at the State Gymnastics Team Championship at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
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Courtney Witting of Green Bay East scored the first goal of the contest in the 3rd minute of the first period, followed in the 8th minute by a goal fr...
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Verona advances to the championship after a fierce battle against Green Bay Notre Dame de la Baie in the first semifinal of the evening.  The onl...
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Semifinals for the 13th Girls Hockey State Championship got off to a great start with two exciting overtime games.  In the first game of the ...
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