Led by sisters Cecile and Samantha Fuchs, DeForest remains formidable in the Badger North. Monona Grove, Watertown and Madison Edgewood figure to battle it out in the Badger South.
The 6-foot-7, 280-pound Nelson will line up at his customary left tackle spot, but also is expected to play more on defense this fall.
There is no shortage of passion for DeForest’s senior dual-threat quarterback, Trey Schroeder.
DeForest appears to have one of its strongest teams in years, and Mount Horeb/Barneveld is preparing to make a run at the top.
Ceniti, among the state's top-ranked senior quarterbacks, leads the Spartans into a season-opening clash Friday night at Sun Prairie.
The league's coaches picked the Cardinals over the Wildcats and Spartans by narrow margins.
The conference releases a statement for athletes, coaches, parents and fans.
Welch plans to attend UW-Green Bay for women's golf, while Walker decides on Illinois State for women's swimming.
The Goslings are picked by league coaches as a slight favorite over defending champ and perennial power Monona Grove
A 1,000-yard running back last year, Horstmeyer has happily been pressed into a role as starting quarterback for the Cardinals
New Glarus/Monticello, Belleville, Marshall and Cambridge are picked to battle for the league crown.
Deerfield hopes to move up in the Trailways South; Wisconsin Heights, with a new coach, chases a title repeat in the Great Eight.
COLUMBUS — Teagan Herschleb's expectations entering last season were modest. The safety for the Columbus prep football team simply wanted to play well.
Lodi's traditional, grind-it-out game will be there to take control if the L-Cats' aerial circus falters
The junior stands 5-7 and weighs 185 pounds, but he earned all-conference honors as a defensive lineman for the Rock Valley champions last fall.
Gaffney, a former state wrestling champion for Sauk Prairie, has served as an assistant in the program.
Matt Peters is named boys cross country coach, while Louis Lang takes over as girls cross country coach.
Madison West’s Yiyang “Ian” Shi was named the boys academic player of the year and Ellawyn Fong of New Glarus (Belleville/New Glarus team) was named the girls academic player of the year on the WSCA/Stefans team.
Brittany Carl takes over as Cardinals coach, replacing Perry Hibner.