The Vikings won two games in 2012 and two last year, but were much more competitive in 2013. Will 2014 bring another step in the right direction?
Third-year Beloit Turner coach Ty Kolff knows that wins have become the exception and not the norm for a program that has won only 12 games in the last 11 years.
Anthoni Parr’s first season as Whitewater’s football coach felt like a roller coaster ride with several highs and an equal amount of lows.
Last season was the definition of a rebuilding year in Orfordville. The Parkview Vikings lost a talented senior class and were hit with low returning numbers.
Milton finished 3-7 last season but advanced to the WIAA playoffs for the first time since 2010. Can the Red Hawks continue their climb back to respectability in 2014?
Elkhorn High School coach Tom Lee has pegged second-team all-conference outside linebacker Keaton Verhoeven as his starting quarterback.
With 17 starters lost from a football playoff team a year ago, Evansville/Albany certainly hopes that is the case in 2014.
With nearly two decades of coaching experience, Greg Enz has landed jobs where his immediate motto was: Rome wasn’t built in a day. This is not one of those gigs.
Last year, the Clinton Cougars fought their way to their first playoff appearance in 13 years and won its first playoff game ever, going on the road to beat New Glarus/Monticello 26-14.
How dominating has Monona Grove been? You have to go back to the 2008 season to find the last time the Silver Eagles lost a Badger South game.
Beloit Memorial (0-0) at Janesville Craig (0-0), 7 p.m., Monterey Stadium. Janesville Parker (0-0) at Middleton, 7 p.m.