Middleton was recognized for boys volleyball and girls team tennis, while McFarland was recipient for boys soccer in Division 2. McFarland and Sun Prairie received honorable-mention recognition in girls volleyball.
Dettman and Rajpal claimed the No. 1 doubles title, while Madison Memorial freshman Lily Olson was the No. 1 singles champion. Middleton won six of the seven flights in totaling 53 points in a sectional that included Madison West, Madison Memorial and Fond du Lac.
Lakeside Lutheran and Sauk Prairie, which received honorable mention in Division 1, were recognized in girls volleyball. The Sauk Prairie boys soccer team earned honorable mention in Division 2.
Top-seeded Baluck Deang, a senior, earned a 6-3, 7-5 victory over second-seeded Erika Curtin, an Appleton Xavier senior, in the Division 2 championship match Saturday at Sports Core in Kohler.
The senior, last year's state champion, is two victories away from a championship repeat
DeForest senior Samantha Fuchs, the fourth-seeded player, moves on in singles with a straight-set victory in Division 1 competition in Lake Geneva.
DeForest's Samantha Fuchs earns the No. 4 seeding in the Division 1 singles field for the tournament, which begins Thursday
Waunakee thrilled with second-place team effort.
The Warriors senior was forced to play singles during the regular season due to COVID-19 guidelines, but is shooting for state in doubles
Glendale Nicolet moved from fifth to third. No area teams were ranked.
Whitefish Bay makes big jump to No. 2. No area teams are in the top 10.
After the state events were ruled out at University of Wisconsin facilities in a decision last week, new sites were set for girls golf, girls tennis and girls swimming and diving this fall.
Senior Liam Brown covered the 5,000-meter course at Rio High School in 17 minutes 53 seconds to lead his Deerfield/Cambridge boys cross country team to victory in the five-team Rebel Invitational on Friday.
No area teams are ranked. Many area schools are planning to play girls tennis in the WIAA's alternative spring season due to concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The DeForest boys and girls cross country teams swept top honors in Saturday’s Watertown Invitational, outdistancing Watertown and Milwaukee Pius XI.
As anticipated, state girls tennis, girls golf and girls swimming and diving won't be held at UW facilities due to ongoing concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic and health restrictions in Dane County, according to Wednesday's announcement. Football finals won't be played at Camp Randall Stadium due to the shortened prep football season.
Deang won the WIAA Division 2 state singles championship last year. Samantha Fuchs and her older sister Cecile Fuchs combined to win the Division 1 state title in doubles in 2019. Fuchs is playing singles this season.
No area teams were ranked. Many aren't playing this fall and plan to play in the alternative spring season.
Samantha Fuchs is playing singles this fall after combining with her older sister, Cecile Fuchs, to win the WIAA Division 1 girls tennis state title in doubles in 2019. DeForest is one of three teams in Dane County playing girls tennis in the fall.
Edgewood athletic director Chris Zwettler says Mary Welch and Jane Welch will serve as co-coaches after Peggy Gierhart decided to take a leave of absence from coaching this fall due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Capitol is keeping its decision on whether to play its fall seasons in fall or spring under wraps until all schools' boards can give approval
Sheridan Michels is hired as Purple Knights' girls tennis coach.
The Cardinals finished one point behind Madison West in last year's Big Eight and WIAA sectional meets.
The top seedings went to defending champion Mequon Homestead in Division 1 and Kohler in Division 2.
Madison West, Madison Memorial and Middleton are in the top 10 in Division 1. Madison Edgewood stands eighth in Division 2. McFarland earns honorable mention.