Six competitors from the area and region have earned spots in USA Wrestling’s monthly national high school girls wrestling rankings.
Clayton Grow takes over the Warriors program after serving last season as a volunteer assistant
The undefeated Reetz won the WIAA Division 1 state title at 152 pounds and became the first wrestler from a Madison high school to claim a sta…
Beghin plans to attend Portland State University and compete in women's cross country and track and field.
Also honored were Hartford in gymnastics, the Appleton Xavier co-op in girls hockey and University School of Milwaukee in boys hockey
Both put together undefeated seasons and won WIAA Division 1 state individual championships
Madison Memorial senior Kaden Reetz headlined the 61sth annual Madison All-City wrestling banquet hosted by Madison West High School on Monday night.
He avoids a pin in the final match to give Stoughton a victory over Mukwonago in the Division 1 team final
The Vikings receive inspiration from Braeden Whitehead, who returned from knee surgery to clinch the victory.
Stoughton is seeded third for the team tournament, which begins Friday. Top-seeded Mukwonago and second-seeded Kaukauna are the favorites.
Prairie du Chien and Fennimore also will represent the region in the two-day tournament, starting Friday at the UW Field House
Stoughton, the two-time defending champion, is seeded third in the eight-team Division 1 field
With his 14-8 decision over Arrowhead’s Noah Mulvaney on Saturday night at the Kohl Center, Kaden Reetz became Memorial’s first WIAA champion …
The WIAA State Wrestling finals were held Saturday February 29 at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wisconsin.
Madison Memorial senior Kaden Reetz will try to become the first city of Madison wrestler to claim a title since Chad Powell of La Follette wo…
The senior, ranked second at 182 pounds, triumphs 7-0 over Chilton/Hilbert’s Kaiden Mikalowsky.
First day of the WIAA Individual Wrestling State Tournament at the Kohl Center in Madison, Wis., Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020.
Hartland Arrowhead's Keegan O'Toole is out to become the 18th wrestler in WIAA history to win four consecutive championships.
Rivera, a sophomore, seeks the 120-pound individual championship this season after winning the 106-pound title during an undefeated freshman year.
The senior takes a 41-0 record into Saturday's WIAA Division 2 Evansville regional, with two sophomores also earning state rankings.
Reetz turned his wrestling career to high gear with a third-place finish in last year's state meet, and he is 33-0 this season.
Stoughton collects its sixth consecutive conference crown behind five individual titlists.