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Rules and Regulations contain the Season Regulations and Tournament procedures. Also, the WIAA sport adaptations, NFHS Rules, Q&A, and other reminders.
Dates and Schedules contain the 3-year calendar, important dates for the season, and sport calendar.
Past state tournament Results including box scores from the State Championships along with the tournament brackets can be found on the State Results Archive.
The WIAA is against the use of anabolic-androgenic steroids and other performance enhancing substances (PES). Member schools shall devote time each year to positive programs which highlight prevention and education of the risks, benefits and adverse effects of PES. Coaches, teachers, sports medicine staff and school administrators who ignore or encourage the use of PES, provide and/or sell PES to athletes (including indirect distribution through a third party) shall be subject to their own school?s provisions regarding discipline
DISCOURAGED--The WIAA identifies 'Restricted' substances. These restricted substances can be legally purchased, but are prohibited in connection with school programs. They include: Creatine,Caffeine-enhanced products, Energy drinks (e.g., Red Bull, Amp, Advance by PowerAde, Coke Blak), Herbal Caffeine, No Doz, Protein Powders and other substances as identified in the materials.
The National Federation defines hazing as any humiliating or dangerous activity expected of a student to belong to a group, regardless of their willingness to participate.
Some practices associated with high school hazing carry the potential for serious bodily harm or even death. These practices may include: tattooing, piercing, head-shaving, branding, sleep deprivation, physical punishment (paddling and "red-bellying"), "kidnapping," consuming unreasonable/
unacceptable foods or beverages, being deprived of personal hygiene and/or inappropriate sexual behavior.
Coerced sexual activity, in addition to being classified as sexual assault and/or rape, is another form of hazing. Such activity puts victims at risk for injuries, sexually transmitted diseases, and pregnancy.
Alcohol abuse is another significant factor in hazing incidents that feature forced consumption of large amounts of alcohol.
Directions on how to login to the new WIAA website are available on the website and have been emailed to all Athletic Directors. If you do not know your password, click on the gray LOGIN box located in the upper righthand corner of the home page, enter your email address, and click RETRIEVE PASSWORD. An email should be sent to your email account with your login information.
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