Max Meylor lead Whitewater to win last week, but head coach Kevin Bullis won't dismiss Zach Oles starting Saturday night
Rachel Butterfield knew Chloe Buescher from their time at Milton High School, but with three years between them, they never played volleyball together.
UW-Whitewater is coming off a season in which it finished 18-10 overall and 10-4 to tie for second place in the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. It lost in the first round of the NCAA Division III Tournament.
Hall of Fame coach Pat Miller goes with freshmen, new offensive and defensive systems entering his 19th season as UW-Whitewater men's basketball head coach.
The UW-Whitewater men's basketball team lost its top seven scorers from last year to graduation, while the women's team must replace three of its five starters.
Elkhorn senior Devon Davey has made a name for himself as a lockdown defender and versatile athlete that has qualified for WIAA state competition four times in track and field, twice in boys soccer and once in boys basketball.
Whitewater junior Ella Houwers won two events and swam on a winning relay team to lead area swimmers at Division 1 and Division 2 sectional meets Saturday
Photo gallery: Brookfield Central's second goal in a 14-minute span came with less than two minutes left in regulation and dealt Elkhorn a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in a WIAA Division 2 boys soccer state semifinal at Uihlein Soccer Park.
Brookfield Central's second goal in a 14-minute span came with less than two minutes left in regulation and dealt Elkhorn a heartbreaking 2-1 loss in a WIAA Division 2 boys soccer state semifinal at Uihlein Soccer Park.
UW-Whitewater is 8-0 entering Saturday's home football game against UW-Stout. After winning 11 of 13 games by at least 20 points last year, five Warhawks victories this year have come by 10 points or less.
After spending the past three seasons as UW-Whitewater's receivers coach, Nick Pesik is now the UW-Stout offensive coordinator. The Blue Devils play UW-Whitewater at Perkins Stadium on Saturday.
Elkhorn is 17-1 and riding a 17-match winning streak into the WIAA Division 2 state boys soccer tournament, which begins Friday at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.
Janesville Craig's Parker Glissendorf capped off a prolific senior season by being named to the all-Big Eight first team in football.
The St. Louis, Missouri native has played in all but two of Janesville's games this season after moving up the ladder from the North American Hockey League's affiliate league.
Janesville Craig seniors Ellie Lorenz, Madalyn Arrowood, Ivy White, Lauren Shanks and Gabby Petruzzello ran at the state cross country meet three straight years and helped the girls cross country program become the most prolific in city history with a record 22 state tournament appearances.
Hunters have to go on blitz during the fourth quarter--or peak week--of deer run
Interception in final five minutes seals the Warhawks' win over La Crosse
Evansville junior Riley Siltman earned a state medal by placing fourth in the WIAA Division 2 boys race at the WIAA state cross country meet Saturday. The Craig girls were 16th, and Cougars junior Bryan Bloomquist finished 25th.
Milton's football team built a two-touchdown lead Friday night at Waunakee but lost 35-28 in a WIAA Division 2 second-round game.
Fifth-seeded Lakeside Lutheran downed top-seeded Evansville 14-6 in a WIAA Division 4 second-round football playoff game Friday night.
River Valley junior quarterback Will Bailey shredded the Crimson Tide defense for 235 yards passing and three touchdowns and ran in another to lead the Blackhawks to a 46-3 victory in a WIAA Division 4 second-round game.
The Springfield Jr. Blues scored three goals in the final 16 minutes to pull away from the Janesville Jets to open a weekend North American Hockey League series Friday.
Top-seeded Elkhorn beat fourth-seeded Sauk Prairie 2-0 in a WIAA Division 2 boys soccer sectional semifinal Friday. The Elks host Oregon in a sectional final at 1 p.m. Saturday. It's the fifth sectional final meeting between the two programs in the past seven years.
UW-Whitewater and UW-La Crosse square off on the football field Saturday for the first time since news broke that Dubuque obtained a copy of the Warhawks' defensive playbook and forwarded it on to La Crosse.
The second-seeded Vikings started slow against sixth-seeded Wilmot in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal but rolled to victories in the final three sets to win 20-25, 25-18, 25-20 and 25-16. Parker reached the sectional finals for the first time since 1995.
The top-seeded Cardinals fell 15-13 in the fifth game Thursday night in the WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal to cap a memorable match and a terrific season.
Craig's scoring runners (top five on the team of seven) at the Kettle Moraine Sectional on Saturday all finished their 5,000-meter race within 38 seconds of each other. Running as a pack, the Cougars girls team qualified for the WIAA state cross country meet for the third straight year.
Lakeside Lutheran ended Edgerton's football season a year ago, while Evansville handed the team its only loss this season. Will the Crimson Tide get a shot at redemption next week?
Saturday's 1 p.m. date with UW-La Crosse will mark the fourth straight week the Warhawks have prepared for one of the top four passing offenses in the league.
Brodhead/Juda junior Madelynn McIntyre finished 13th in the Division 2 race at the WIAA state cross country meet last year. She was 19th as a freshman. She hopes to finish in the top 10 on Saturday.
Ben Guerra is 72, weighs 217 pounds and could still take most of us down
Parker outside hitter Rachel Van Beek, setter Shay Riley, middle hitter Tina Shelton and libero Carlie Curtis, along with Craig libero Lauren Glissendorf, were all named second-team all-conference Tuesday.
Some conservative play calls had NFL coaches being second-guessed Monday. Locally speaking, though, there was nothing conservative about a decision to go for two in Milton's playoff win Friday night. Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt breaks it down.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — It was supposed to be a prime-time showdown between the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs, division leaders each led by two of the most talented and exciting quarterbacks in the NFL.
Evansville junior Jackson Stencel entered Saturday's regional finals with 82 goals scored in 61 career high school matches, but during the club season, he plays a right back position and is one of the top players in the state for his age group.
A roundup of area WIAA regional final boys soccer matches played Saturday, Oct. 26, 2019.
Evansville's Riley Siltman and Brodhead/Juda's Madelynn McIntyre both finished second Saturday at the Division 2 River Valley Sectional to lead area cross country runners qualifying for state.
The opening round of the WIAA football playoffs went about as planned with all the No. 1 seeds advancing, but controversy remains in regards to enrollment and placement.
As river water temperatures fall, lure's success rates rise
The second-seeded Vikings swept seventh-seeded Monona Grove 25-23, 27-25, 25-18 in a WIAA Division 1 regional final at Parker High. It's the Vikings first regional championship since Halloween 2003.