Stoughton and Waunakee lead area teams in Division 1 in the state wrestling rankings, while Lodi is ninth in Division 2.
As numbers increase in girls wrestling, coaches and administrators in the state would like to see girls receive further opportunities in the sport.
Athletes, front office personnel, a coach and a mascot from 14 teams loaned their voices to the effort.
We are sharing Wisconsin State Journal staffers' favorite work from 2019. From high school sports reporter Jon Masson: It was another year of …
Four Vikings win individual titles, but Stoughton is edged out by Fennimore atop the team standings
When he started to wrestle in the first grade, Luke Mechler was a little bit surprised to learn there would be no ring, no ropes and no turnbuckles.
Baraboo, Waunakee, Janesville Craig, Lodi also seen as favorites in their respective conferences
Brett Fitz is leading as the boys swimming coach and Salvatore Schiro is the new wrestling coach at La Follette.
The 2019 Wisconsin Wrestling Coaches Association—George Martin Hall of Fame induction ceremony is scheduled for Nov. 1 in Green Bay.
The Wisconsin chapter of the National Wrestling Hall of Fame has scheduled induction activities and ceremonies Sept. 28-29 in Wisconsin Dells.
Gaffney, a former state wrestling champion for Sauk Prairie, has served as an assistant in the program.
State individuals will be recognized in September for their lifetime service in wrestling.
The Regents are seeking coaches for boys soccer, wrestling and softball.
The 2020 boys golf season will be moved one week later than usual.
Verona's Molly McChesney and Meghan Anderson are co-players of the year for softball in the Big Eight Conference.
The Wisconsin District 2 Court of Appeals on Monday denied the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s appeal of a ruling that allowe…
State champion Marshall was recognized in girls basketball, state champion New Glarus in boys basketball and Mount Horeb in gymnastics.
The senior winds up a 202-24 high school career with individual and team state championships
Reetz, who competed at the state tournament, also received the most falls trophy.
A year after its state title came down to the final bout, Stoughton enjoyed a drama-free afternoon on Saturday.
After missing most of the season with a foot injury, Geister-Jones wins to help Stoughton earn a return to the WIAA Division 1 final.
Co-coaches Dan Spilde and Bob Empey lead a team featuring family ties.