The three All-Star football games are set for Saturday at UW-Oshkosh's Titan Stadium.
Aimee Sies and Kalin O'Rourke will play on opposite teams in Saturday's Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Masonic All-Star Game in Whitewater
Siebert, who replaces Jon Nedelcoff, has coached boys and girls basketball.
Loeck formerly coached the DeForest co-op team.
The Big Eight would become an eight-team league for football only, with Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker moving to the Badger South. Madison Edgewood and Monroe would move from the Badger South to the Rock Valley.
Hilber commits to NCAA Division II Lewis University in Illinois.
Ryan, a defensive end, was a key player as a junior last season for Waunakee, which won the WIAA Division 2 state title.
Peters replaces Amber Janssen, who stepped down in June.
The Purgolders finished tied for third in the Big Eight Conference and reached the WIAA Division 1 sectional final.
McGann will replace Levi Massey, who took a job in Minocqua.
Schipper was a standout in football, basketball and baseball, while Turner was a four-sport athlete: volleyball, gymnastics, softball and track and field. Schipper and Turner have each committed to the University of Wisconsin.
Stoughton's Brady Schipper, left, and Madison La Follette's Tyra Turner, right, talk about being the All-Area Athletes of the Year. Schipper was selected as the Wisconsin State Journal/WisconsinPrepZone.com All-Area Boys Athlete of the Year and Turner was selected as the Wisconsin State Jour…
Stoughton's Brady Schipper, the Wisconsin State Journal/WisconsinPrepZone.com All-Area Boys Athlete of the Year for 2017-18, played football, basketball and baseball in high school.
Madison La Follette's Tyra Turner, the Wisconsin State Journal/WisconsinPrepZone.com All-Area Girls Athlete of the Year for 2017-18, played five sports in in high school: track, gymnastics, volleyball, softball and basketball.
Parr replaces Caleb Cole as Purgolders' coach.
State coaches select Lacey as Division 2 coach of the year after guiding McFarland to the WIAA team state tournament for the first time in 16 years.
DeForest's Ben Ramminger finishes third in the men's race, while former Madison Edgewood athlete Kelly Rodriguez places third in the women's race.
Bennin is the two-time defending champion in the WIAA Division 1 100-yard breaststroke and also won the 50 freestyle last fall.
Lewis will compete in Croatia next week, while Dow will brace for action in Slovakia in September.