Gazette sports reporter John Barry reflects on the first month of the high school football season and looks ahead to the playoff push
Dani Cramer won two events Saturday to lead Milton High's girls swim team to a second-place finish at the Elkhorn Invitational.
The Red Hawks improved to 7-7 on Thursday with a 3-1 victory over visiting Monroe
The Cougars scored twice early, and the Red Hawks responded in the second half of a nonconference boys soccer match Tuesday night in Milton.
Milton's Mia Seeman fired a 3-under 34 on the front nine on the way to shooting 1-over 75 and earning medalist honors.
The Elks recovered three fumbles and intercepted three passes on the way to a 33-7 nonconference victory over Lakeside Lutheran.
The Red Hawks won their own best-ball invitational Thursday under the coaching of Kirk Wieland, who took over for his wife, Andrea, when she was named UW-Whitewater's coach last week
The Vikings scored 27 first-half points on the way to a 41-6 nonconference victory in Milton.
Bill is an assistant coach for Wisconsin Football Coaches Association South Large all-star team. Patrick is a tight end on the South team that plays the North Large at 6 p.m. at Titan Stadium on the campus of UW-Oshkosh.
Several players from the Rock Valley Conference and another from Milton also made the squad.