Teams from Verona/Madison Edgewood, Sun Prairie, Mount Horeb and Reedsburg lead area gymnasts into the meet Friday and Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids.
Verona/Edgewood gymnastics coach Rachael Hauser is hoping for a program-best finish in the team competition.
Anthony Washington’s play was simply too much for the Chicago Sun-Times’ fifth-ranked boys basketball team in Chicagoland to handle Saturday.
Walker Haessig completed his hat trick with a pair of third-period goals on Thursday, giving the Verona boys hockey team a 3-2 victory over ho…
Mount Horeb will pursue a top finish in the WIAA Division 2 meet.
Junior guard Ben Sukow and sophomore forward James Monogue scored 17 points apiece on Monday to lead the Jefferson boys basketball team to an …
The Madison West gymnastics team edged Waterford for the White Division team championship at Saturday’s Spartan Invitational at Madison Memorial.
The Verona boys hockey team scored four third-period goals Friday night to take a 7-4 victory over visiting Madison West and expand its lead i…
The Beloit Memorial co-op girls hockey team achieved a first with Thursday night’s 6-0 victory over the Middleton co-op at the Madison Ice Arena.
Senior C.J. Harkins produced two goals and had two assists Tuesday night as the host Sun Prairie boys hockey team opened the Ground Hog Tourna…
Sun Prairie wraps up a fifth consecutive Big Eight dual-meet wrestling title with a victory over second-place Janesville Craig.
Paige Millard followed in her older sister’s chalky, barefoot footprints on Saturday.
The Middleton co-op girls hockey team left no doubt that it is ready for WIAA sectional play on Friday night, taking a 6-1 victory over the Ba…
The leaders of the Vikings' gymnastics and boys basketball programs are following in the footsteps of their parents, who coached them — just as the high school classmates are doing now with their own children.
WISCONSIN DELLS — Three prestigious honors were handed out to Madison-area coaches and judges at the 23rd annual Wisconsin High School Gymnast…
The Spartans take third place in the tougher division of their own invitational, powered by their star senior.
The Vikings ride high-powered vault and floor squads to bring home a state runner-up trophy for the first time since 1999.
The Spartans junior wins on the balance beam, while the Vikings sophomore earns a gold medal on the floor exercise.
Verona/Madison Edgewood earned a return trip to state with a second-place finish (138.525 points) behind Middleton (140.475). The top two teams and the top five finishers in each event and the all-around qualified for the state meet.
Behind their star junior, the Cardinals recover from a rough outing on the balance beam to claim the league championship.
CLINTONVILLE – Waupun’s gymnastics team claimed a dozen top-five finishes en route to winning Saturday’s Clintonville Invitational.
The Warriors scored 121.425 points to easily outdistance Valders/Roncalli (109.85) for the title.
Kyra Verheyen set a school record in the vault, finishing with a score of 8.925 en route to the victory.
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OCONOMOWOC – Waupun’s gymnastics team took sixth place at Saturday’s Oconomowoc Invitational.
Waupun scored a total of 119.5 points on the day.