The University of Wisconsin wrestling commit won his second consecutive state title, received All-State recognition in football and qualified for the state track and field meet.
Senior Brooks Empey and sophomore Griffin Empey continue their family's love affair with wrestling and Stoughton's tradition in the sport.
The Vikings pile up 281 points, well ahead of runner-up Beaver Dam (139), and advance 11 athletes to next week’s sectionals.
Stoughton is seeded third for the team tournament, which begins Friday. Top-seeded Mukwonago and second-seeded Kaukauna are the favorites.
Rivera, a sophomore, seeks the 120-pound individual championship this season after winning the 106-pound title during an undefeated freshman year.
Four Vikings win individual titles, but Stoughton is edged out by Fennimore atop the team standings
Co-coaches Dan Spilde and Bob Empey lead a team featuring family ties.
The Vikings freshman is 34-0 and holds the No. 1 state ranking and the No. 2 national ranking at 106 pounds.
University of Wisconsin commit Dow is top-ranked and the defending champion at 160 pounds. Lewis is top-ranked at 120 and goes for the gold after finishing second at 106 last year.
Lewis was a WIAA Division 1 state tournament runner-up last season.
Wednesday marked the first day of the fall signing period for high school student-athletes.
Stoughton senior Tyler Dow signed his National Letter of Intent with the University of Wisconsin for wrestling on Wednesday, Nov. 8, 2017, at …
Hemauer, the Division 1 state champion at 182 pounds who is headed to the University of Wisconsin, is the State Journal's All-Area Wrestler of the Year.
The Vikings, led by senior Collin Kraus at 145 pounds, begin Division 1 competition on Thursday.
Milton, Stoughton and Sauk Prairie teams and individuals are expected to be not only the conference's best, but among the state's best
After a 45-minute delay due to a protracted JV match, John Wells' impressive triumph in the sets the tone for the Red Hawks in the annual rivalry.