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Fall Sportsmanship Award Winners Selected

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.


STATE FOOTBALL: Day 2 Recap

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).

State Football Finals Tickets Online

Avoid the lines at Camp Randall the day of the game! Buy your WIAA State Football tickets now online.

Unrestricted School/Coach Contact Ends

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.

NFHS Releases 2013 Football Rule Changes

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.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.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.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.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.

NFHS Releases 2013 Football Rule Changes

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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