Lake Mills' Brandon Siska is selected as All-Area girls basketball coach of the year after leading the L-Cats to the WIAA Division 3 state title.
Marshall's Anna Lutz and Beaver Dam's Maty Wilke, a Badgers' commit, are second-team all-state selections. The state player of the year is Germantown sophomore guard Kamorea “KK” Arnold.
Laura Nickel scores 18 points to carry the Cardinals, now 17-3, past the L-Cats, now 18-2
The WIAA altered tournament series plans and assignments in boys and girls basketball and wrestling last week during the winter sports season affected by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Laura Nickel scores 27 points and Anna Lutz 18 to help Marshall regain control after Craig wiped out a 14-point deficit in the second half
Beaver Dam is ranked No. 1 in Division 2, with Lake Mills tied for No. 1 in Division 3 and Marshall ranked No. 2 in Division 4
Lake Mills' Adam Moen, Marshall's Kelby Petersen and Watertown's Branden Fischer are first-team picks, while Madison Edgewood's Jackson Trudgeon and Brett Krenke are among second-team choices. Badgers' recruits Hunter Wohler, Oyo Adebogun and J.P. Benzschawel are selected for the first team.
The Cardinals opened a 28-18 halftime lead but had to battle late to preserve a 55-52 victory
Seniors Anna Lutz and Laura Nickel — the Cardinals’ NCAA Division I commits — combine for 47 points.
The UW-Milwaukee bound senior has one more year to play with teammate Laura Nickel, a Northern Illinois signee.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way some schools were able to recognize their athletes who were signing with universities when this National Letter of Intent signing period began Wednesday.
Baraboo falls two spots to No. 10 among large schools
The driver of the car and its only occupant was a 38-year-old woman from Edgerton.
Lakeside Lutheran holds at No. 2 among medium schools heading into its Thursday rematch with sixth-ranked Lake Mills
Marshall won't have a home game and has had to alter practices due to COVID-19, but still enters the WIAA playoff rounds unbeaten
Baraboo has burst out of the pack and into The Associated Press’ state high school football rankings for large schools, coming in at the No. 10 spot.
The shortened regular season for high school ends this week. WIAA playoff pairings are scheduled to be announced Saturday and the first of two weeks of games will be played next week.
Senior quarterback Ezra Stein and junior running back Trey Colts lead Cambridge to a 28-0 second-quarter advantage during the 43-13 victory.
Marshall improves to 5-0 overall with a 21-6 victory over host Pardeeville in an Eastern Suburban Conference football game Friday night.
The district announced Friday it will continue with fully online instruction for the second quarter, which runs Nov. 2 through Jan. 22.
Wendy J. Rutherford, 52, died after a two-vehicle collision Friday morning, the Dane County Medical Examiner's Office said Saturday.
Cambridge, one of 13 area teams playing football this fall, is scheduled to begin its season at 7 p.m. Friday at Pardeeville.
Coach Matt Kleinheinz is going to lean on veteran Kelby Petersen to provide punch on both sides of the ball
Edegwood is the only Madison high school and one of 13 area schools scheduled to play football this fall. Other area schools plan to play football in the WIAA's alternative spring season amid concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.