Hailey Golden and Peyton Watson won two events each with Watson setting two new pool records and one new school record for the Chi-Hi girls swim team in a dual win over Eau Claire Memorial on Thursday.
She won the 3,200-meter race and finished second in the 1,600 at the WIAA Division 1 state track and field meet at UW-La Crosse.
After winning a WIAA Division 1 state championship in the 400-meter dash in the spring, Brooklyn Sandvig has continued her strong showings on the track in the summer in qualifying for the AAU Junior Olympic Games, set for next week in Texas.
Sprinter Sha’Carri Richardson has been left off the U.S. relay team and won’t run in the Tokyo Olympics. Earlier, she lost her spot in the women’s 100 meters after failing a test for marijuana.
University of Wisconsin football recruit Jackson Acker of Verona earned Division 1 championships in the discus and the shot put under heavy rains in La Crosse.
Deerfield sophomore Steffi Siewert overcomes a slow start in the preliminaries to win the WIAA Division 3 state 100-meter dash final.
The Bloomer track and field team won three Division 2 regional championships in leading a bevvy of Blackhawks to Thursday's sectionals with strong finishes Monday at a regional hosted by Bloomer.
The Cadott boys track and field team won four events and finished second in four more to earn a Division 3 regional team championship on Monday afternoon at home.
McDonell junior Dan Anderson and Stanley-Boyd senior Jade Fredrickson each earned three event victories at this year’s Western Cloverbelt Conf…
The Edgewood girls win the Badger South track and field meet for the first time, while Monroe earns the boys conference crown.
Chi-Hi senior Brett Elkin shot a 71 to finish in third place individually at Wednesday's Division 1 boys golf regional at Nemadji Golf Course.
The Chi-Hi baseball team trailed 3-2 entering the fifth inning but scored the final seven runs in a 9-3 Big Rivers Conference victory over Rice Lake on Thursday evening.
The Bloomer girls track and field team defending its home turf on Tuesday in winning the Dave Landgraf Invitational.
Calley Olson struck out 15 batters while allowing one hit and one walk in six scoreless innings on Tuesday as the Bloomer softball team blanked Cumberland 10-0 to open the season. Lake Holcombe/Cornell and Thorp softball also opened the season with wins.
The host Cardinals take a four-set win over the Norskies behind 30 assists from Lily Schellpfeffer
Fourth-ranked Sun Prairie scores 232.5 points to outdistance runner-up and second-ranked Greenfield co-op (211 points).
Menomonie sophomore Dylan Norby finished in seventh place in the one-meter diving event on Friday to lead the Mustangs at the Division 2 state championships at Waukesha South High School.
Stitgen becomes the third diver to win four titles. Senke is first in the 100-yard butterfly and 100 backstroke and Baraboo senior Jacob Laux wins the 100 breaststroke.
Cooper Porzondek finished in second place in two individual events and as a part of a relay for the Chi-Hi boys swim team on Saturday at the Big Rivers Conference invitational in Hudson.
Brayten Casey, Zach Evenson, Kellan Aure, Blane Keyes, Brady Thompson, Cody Kwak and Girard Jones each were victorious in their two matches for the day to lead the Menomonie wrestling team at a triangular hosted by Chippewa Falls on Thursday.
Cody Rosemeyer ran for 218 yards on 23 carries and four touchdowns as the Gilman football team won its third state championship in a 42-13 rout over Catholic Central to capture the Division 7 state title during this week in 2010.
Both automatically qualified with victories in the Whitewater sectional, as did River Valley/Richland Center junior Beverly Harper
Elk Mound sophomore Ian Hazen punched his ticket to the Division 2 state cross country championships on Saturday by taking second place at the Barron sectional.