Hopefully Week 6 of the high school football season will be substantially dryer than Week 5 was.
The Red Hawks staved off a first-half deficit and a final-minute field goal attempt to become the last remaining undefeated team in Badger South Conference play after beating the Vikings 26-24.
The Red Hawks won the league crown in Baraboo on Tuesday
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For the refreshingly aloof and talented Milton girls golf team, the team mantra is one word, and it was born out of complete randomness.
With torrential rains bearing down on southcentral Wisconsin on Thursday and Friday, a number of high-powered offenses couldn't get out of first gear.
Badger's top two doubles teams won their brackets, and the No. 1 and No. 4 singles players took second on the way to 28 team points, matching Mukwonago.
The Red Hawks had three players shoot rounds in the 70s Saturday morning, and they fired a program-record 311 to easily win the 21st Annual Parker Invite at Riverside Golf Course.
The high school football season marches on.
Milton spotted Fort Atkinson an early touchdown lead but scored 28 straight points en route to a 28-7 Badger South Conference win.