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Sportsmanship Plus - Football

Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben @ Highland
Aug. 23, 2019

What a great display of sportsmanship by both teams, as S-WS players and Highland players both were helping each other up off the field at the end of plays. There was no trach talking, only positive words of encouragement to each other. The coaches coached, the players played, and the fans cheered. Our crew never heard a complaint about any calls that were made. There was never any questioning of what took place when penalties were called, by players, coaches, or the fans. Truly a great night of what high school sports are all about. The communities of Seneca, Wauzeka, Steuben, and Highland can be proud of their coaches, players and fans doing an outstanding job of representing them. Keep up the good work S-WS and Highland!

Reporting Official:  Tracy Krueger

Sportsmanship Plus - Football

Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas @ Gillett
Aug. 23, 2019

The contest was close for the first quarter and a half; however, the halftime differential ballooned to 20 points. You would never know that by the conduct and efforts of the coaching staffs and players. They continued to play and coach hard, during the second half while showing respect and good sportsmanship to their opponents. It was truly a pleasure to officiate a game between two such quality opponents who exhibited the qualities that all interscholastic teams should strive to attain. Hats off to both programs, their coaching staffs and players for their fine display of the essences of interscholastic athletics.

Reporting Official:  Dave Zoch

Spring Sportsmanship Awards Selected

STEVENS POINT, Wis. – The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in partnership with Rural Mutual Insurance Company, has selected the team Sportsmanship Award winners for the 2019 Spring State Team Tournaments.

Sportsmanship Plus - Baseball

Oak Creek @ Kenosha Tremper
May 14, 2019

After a serious injury on the field occurred, the players on both squads were mindful of the seriousness of the situation and conducted themselves as would have been expected. Several players gravitated towards each other, the team jersey that they were wearing did not matter at that moment. It was in recognition that a fellow baseball player had been hurt, and although it is a competition, camaraderie amongst constituents of a game that they love. My hat is off to all those who recognized that another person was in need and to do "the right thing."

Reporting Official:  Chuck Runge

Sportsmanship Plus - Baseball

North Fond du Lac @ Omro
May 10, 2019

A note of appreciation to Coach Goetz and Coach Behringer for teaching sportsmanship to their players. Hats off to the student athletes of North Fond du lac for their positive cheering. Ripken Frost and Taner Marquadt your leadership skills were noticed.

Reporting Official:  Phil Punzel


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