The high school girls swimming season is already underway, with a few meets already held and more to come as the season ramps up.
The indoor sports of girls and boys volleyball and girls swimming and diving likely will be most affected by mask mandates in area counties. Area schools again were faced with changes just as the fall season began, after a 2020-21 school year dramatically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic an…
All-City Swim Meet at Seminole Pool in Madison, Wis., Saturday, July 31, 2021.
The Crusaders win seven of the meet's 11 swimming events to earn the team title; Middleton takes second and Sun Prairie is third.
The Crusaders have posted the top qualifying performance in four of eight individual swimming events and two of three relays
The Crusaders earn victories in nine of the 11 events at Verona's new pool.
Madison Edgewood swimmers dominate by winning 9 of 11 eleven events at five team meet at Verona Area High School's new aquatic center.
While there will be no postseason for football, all the other fall sports playing in the alternative spring season will hold a tournament series.
Middleton hosted a four-team invitational Saturday that Cardinals coach Lauren Cabalka said served as a culminating event for swimmers who aren’t competing at Tuesday’s sectionals.
The alternate season for girls swimming and diving will have its state championship meet April 6 at Waukesha South, beginning a series of tournaments in various sports this spring.
Avery Pennekamp scores 18 kills to lead the Spartans to a 25-12, 25-15, 25-13 victory and a 4-0 record to start the season
The Madison School District hasn't had in-person athletics since March of 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Badgers' commit Sophie Fiske, who took home four gold medals at the 2019 WIAA Division 1 state girls swimming and diving meet, elected not to compete as a high school senior so she can focus on training for the Olympics and her college career, according to Sun Prairie first-year coach Konrad…
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The four Madison public schools plan to remain virtual for all WIAA alternate fall sports in the spring through March 26 and have canceled competitions through April 4. It does remain possible some alternate fall sports will have in-person activities.
The Monroe boys basketball team stands one victory away from its first WIAA state tournament trip since 2009.
Fourth-ranked Sun Prairie scores 232.5 points to outdistance runner-up and second-ranked Greenfield co-op (211 points).
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.
Ben Stitgen has won the past three WIAA Division 2 state championships in diving, while Senke enters Friday's meet at Waukesha South as the top seed in the 100-yard backstroke.
Pre-meet comparisons place Sun Prairie, which has never won a state team title, as Hartland Arrowhead's top challenger
Petitgoue and Brookfield East girls swimming and diving coach Michael Rose were named 2020 national coaches of the year by the National Federation of State High School Associations. McFarland's Brett Ogorzalek was honored as a section coach of the year for boys soccer.
East, La Follette, Memorial and West have decided to skip the boys hockey, boys swimming and diving, and wrestling tourneys; decisions on other sports are to come.
Top-ranked Beaver Dam (12-1) gets 22 points from Paige Yagodinski in the 72-68 loss.
In Dane County, Waunakee and DeForest have received the go-ahead to practice and also approval to schedule competitions outside of the county in January. Verona coaches received similar news Wednesday.
We are sharing Wisconsin State Journal staffers' favorite work from 2020. From high school sports reporter Jon Masson: It became a difficult year for all of us due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dashing many goals of high school athletes when their seasons ended prematurely starting in March or n…