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Kimberly (14-0) won its fifth straight State championship and extended its nation-leading winning streak to 70 games with a 27-7 win over Sun Prairie in the Division 1 title game Friday evening at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Waunakee (14-0) won its sixth State championship with a fourth quarter, come-from-behind 14-13 win over previously undefeated Brookfield Central in the Division 2 championship game Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Rice Lake (11-2) captured its second State title with a convincing 25-3 victory over previously unbeaten New Berlin Eisenhower in the Division 3 championship game Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

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Lodi (14-0) capped an undefeated season with a 17-10  overtime win over defending champion St. Croix Central in the Division 4 championship game Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Amherst (13-1) rode the record-breaking efforts of Marcus Glodowski to win its third consecutive State championship with a 28-21 triumph over Lake Country Lutheran in the Division 5 championship game Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

St. Mary’s Springs (14-0) won its seventh championship with a 35-12 victory over Iola-Scandinavia in the Division 6 championship game Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

Bangor (14-0) won its second championship in the past three seasons with a 37-14 win over previously undefeated Black Hawk in the Division 7 championship game Thursday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.

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The 42nd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championship Finals will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 16-17, 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. 

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A recently published study in the Journal of the American Medical Association indicates that former high school football players 64-years and older in Wisconsin have no more decrease in cognition or mental health later in life than others.

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As the fall season begins, the WIAA wishes to remind coaches and schools about several health related items.

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New rules on blindside blocking are the most recent steps taken by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee in minimizing the risks associated with the sport.

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A Mayo Clinic study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings found that varsity football players from 1956 to 1970 did not have an increased risk of degenerative brain diseases, compared with athletes in other varsity sports.

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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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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    
11/112/2016 7:00 PM Kenosha Bradford Franklin   Badger    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Middleton Hilbert/Stockbridge   Shullsburg    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Oconomowoc Homestead   Monona Grove    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Titan Stadium - Oshkosh Kimberly   Stevens Point    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Stanley-Boyd Little Chute   St. Croix Central    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Goerke Park-Stevens Point Menomonie   Brookfield East    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM D.C Everest Notre Dame   Rice Lake    
11/11/2016 7:00 PM Arrowhead River Valley   Two Rivers    


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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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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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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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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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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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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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Following is our projected timeline for the release of football information on Friday and Saturday. Oct. 16-17.
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Scrimmage information:  Equipment (pants), head coverings, and heat.
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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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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 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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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 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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The 2014 NFHS rule interpretations are posted on the Football Rules and Regulations page:  Click Here.
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WFCA Football Advisory Committee members met in Madison on June 13th with three Sports Medical Advisory Doctors and the WIAA staff to discuss types of football player on player contact that can occur during football practice and the possible limitation of that contact.
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In an effort to reduce contact above the shoulders and lessen the risk of injury in high school football, the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Football Rules Committee developed a definition for “targeting,” which will be penalized as illegal personal contact.

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The WIAA has been providing member schools and coaches with information about heat illness and the risk of EHI; and limits of two-a-day practices for years.  While there is a higher risk of EHI in southern states, it is a concern that cannot be ignored in Wisconsin. The NFHS has recommended policy changes for a few years, and there are rumors of future legislation on this issue based on the Korey Stringer Foundation guidelines. With a strong, evidence-based, effective policy for EHI, the WIAA will have an effective policy to protect the student-athlete.

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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 2013 Fall State Championships.

The winners of the State Team Tournament Sportsmanship Awards are Brookfield East in boys volleyball, Ashland in boys soccer, Oshkosh North in football, Middleton in girls team tennis and Hilbert in girls volleyball.


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Arrowhead (13-1) won its second straight Division 1 championship and its sixth title overall with a 45-24 triumph over Franklin (12-2) in the State championship final Friday at Camp Randall Stadium in Madison.  Kimberly (14-0) erupted for 21 points in the third quarter and 34 unanswered points in the second half to cruise to a record-setting 51-10 victory over Oshkosh North (13-1) in the Division 2 championship final. Monona Grove (14-0) fought back from a 17-0 deficit to claim the Division 3 State championship with a 21-17 win over previously unbeaten Greendale (13-1).

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Division 4:  Winneconne 28, Platteville 14 Winneconne (9-5) scored 28 unanswered en route to a 28-14 victory over Platteville (9-5) in the Divis...
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THE CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS: The 38th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championship Finals will be held Thursday and F...
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Avoid the lines at Camp Randall the day of the game! Buy your WIAA State Football tickets now online.
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The 2013 NFHS rule interpretations are posted on the Football Rules and Regulations page:  Click Here.
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The last day of unrestricted school/coach contact for football in order to allow one calendar week of no school/coach contact is Friday, July 27.  For all other sports, the unrestricted school/coach contact will end Wednesday, July 31.

Unlimited nonschool/coach contact for fall soccer ends Wednesday, July 31 and unlimited nonschool/coach contact ends the first day of school for baseball, cross country, golf, gymnastics, soccer, softball, swimming & diving, tennis, track & field and wrestling.

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Statement from the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment Regarding 2013 Virginia Tech Star Rating System  ...
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There are many new products on the market that are intended to be added to helmets, in particular football helmets, which products claim to reduce con...
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — In an effort to continue minimizing the risk of injury in high school football, three additional rules will take effect next season to address helmets coming off players’ heads during games.

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Fox Sports Wisconsin Highlight Shows of State Football by Division Date:  December 25, 2012 FSN str8up WIAA Football Div 7 Highlight Show -&nbs...
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Arrowhead (13-0) was well on its way to winning its fifth State title by halftime, taking a 35-0 lead into the locker room en route to a 35-14 win over Sun Prairie (12-1) in the Division 1 championship game at Camp Randall Stadium Friday.
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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS:  The 37th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championships will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 15-16, at Camp Randall Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. Ticket prices for the event are $8 for adults per game, $15 for a day pass and $25 for a two-day pass. Admission for children 6-years old and under is $1 per game.

CHAMPIONSHIPS SCHEDULE:

Thursday, Nov. 15
10 a.m.    Div. 7    Glenwood City (10-2) vs. Potosi (12-0)
1 p.m.      Div. 6    Regis (12-0) vs. St. Mary’s Springs (12-0)
4 p.m.      Div. 5    Amherst (12-0) vs. Lancaster (12-0)
7 p.m.      Div. 4    Somerset (11-1) vs. Big Foot (12-0)

Friday, Nov. 16

10 a.m.    Div. 3    Waupaca (12-0) vs. Catholic Memorial (10-2)
1 p.m.      Div. 2    Homestead (11-1) vs. Waunakee (12-0)     
4 p.m.      Div. 1    Arrowhead (12-0) vs. Sun Prairie (12-0)
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Click HERE for football playoff schedule and results.
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The first eight-player football jamboree is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 3 at D.C. Everest's Stiehm Stadium. Here are the match-ups, which feature the top four seeded eligible teams from both of the two regions.
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Click HERE for Level 2 football audio and video streams.
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The WIAA released the qualifiers and pairings for the 2012 football playoffs Saturday, as 224 teams in seven divisions embark on their quest for a State championship.
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Heat Awareness During Activity

Heatstroke and heat exhaustion is preventable if the proper precautions are taken.  Have water available at all times and to allow the athlete and officials to drink water whenever he/she needs it. 

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Week one of the 2012 football season begins with games this week. The 8-game season features one less game than in previous years and marks the return of reduced-player football as 16 teams embark on the season featuring 8-player teams.

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Football Host Availability/Inventory Due September 7 Athletic Directors were sent an E-Mail with instructions to complete the FB information for play...
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As the fall season begins with practice, we would like to remind you of several items. Transfer students - always consider all transfer students ineligible until they have been cleared for transfer, code of conduct, and academic eligibility.  Your returning students – check their academic eligibility before competing and have your coaches meet with you again before the first contest to be sure an athlete did not join the team after the initial academic review.  Foreign Exchange students - Be sure to communicate with your guidance counselor and principal to see if you have any foreign exchange students who wish to participate in athletics. Collect Required Documentation Before Practice or Competition. Health and Safety – Have your coaches review the material on the WIAA Health Page.  Performance Enhancing Substances – PES is not limited to just steroids.  

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There are several significant rules changes on football for 2012: •  On passing plays, a receiver must first contact and establish control ...
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The 2012 season schedules for 11-player football have been posted and are available for viewing at:  http://www.wiaawi.org/Sports/Football/DatesS...
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The football, swim/dive, tennis and golf rules videos are now available.  Coaches and officials should login and access the videos under either the SCHOOLS TAB or OFFICIALS TAB on the menu bar.

Following the completion of the video, coaches are asked to print the certificate as proof of completing the exam and give a copy of the certificate to their athletic director.

Soccer, volleyball, and cross country videos will be available August 1.

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The fall sport exams are now available for officials and coaches to complete.  Please look under the SCHOOLS tab or OFFICIALS tab in the red ribbon of the menu bar at the top of the website.  You will need to be logged in as a coach or official to access the exams.

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Login Information

If you are a licensed official, coach, and/or athletic director, you will use the same username and password to access information for any and all of the roles you play in high school sports.

In this website structure, your access to content is based on privileges assigned to us as a user.

If you are not seeing or getting access to information you believe you need, contact the WIAA for assistance.

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The NFHS is proud to announce the launching of “A Guide to Acclimatization and Heat Illness Prevention.”

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STEVENS POINT,Wis. -- After reviewing recommendations from the respective sport advisory committees and the Officials Advisory Committee, as well as those of the Sports Advisory Committee and the Advisory Council, the Board of Control approved numerous changes to various fall sports at its January meetingWednesday, including a decision to implement an eight-game schedule for the 2012 football season to avoid beginning practice on August 1...

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 35th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State Championships will be held Thursday and Friday,...
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STEVENS POINT,Wis. – TheWisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control approved the first consideration of a pair of football-only conference realignment plans at its May meeting today...

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STEVENS POINT,Wis. – TheWisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control modified Executive Staff recommendations for a pair of football-only conference realignment plans and approved three other notable items requiring a Board vote at its April meeting today...

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THE CHAMPIONSHIPS: The 33rd Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Football State
Championships will be held Thursday and Friday, Nov. 19-20, at Camp Randall Stadium on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis...

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