Case boys soccer team only needs a half to beat Hale.
The senior No. 1 singles player is 12-0 this year.
It was hardly great soccer weather in Racine on Tuesday.
Horlick boys soccer teams plays Janesville Parker to a 1-1 draw Monday.
Kimberly held off Middleton 25-21, 25-22, 16-25, 25-23 to win back-to-back WIAA boys volleyball titles.
Appleton North wins its first-ever championship with a sweep of Manitowoc in the Division 1 spring final
There are photos in the home of Ryan and Angela Schultz of the eldest of their four children splashing around in the South Milwaukee High Scho…
The effort was there, Park High School football coach Morris Matsen said.
Stephanie Hauser will replace Dave Anderson, who is retiring. She becomes the first female to serve as executive director in the 125-year hist…
The WIAA Board of Control also approved admission requirements for baseball and softball tournament series games this spring at its meeting Friday.
The junior safety has two interceptions, returning one for a touchdown, and factors in the Red Hawks' last stand.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Every so often Friday night, a freight train with a blaring horn rumbled past just to the west of Hammes Field.
On the stat sheet, the Horlick and Menasha high school football teams were about as even as they could be on Friday night.
Outside hitter Mary Satori leads Manitowoc past Sun Prairie, while top-seeded and top-ranked Appleton North defeats McFarland.
The Case and Horlick high school boys soccer teams weren’t going to play each other again during this abbreviated WIAA Alternate Fall season s…
WIND POINT — At first, it didn’t appear that soccer and Joe Manley would be destined to be in the same sentence, let alone the subject of this…
The Case High School boys volleyball team gave host Middleton a good test in the WIAA Alternate Fall sectional championship match Tuesday night.
Molly (Toon) Lillard, the daughter of Jane and Al Toon, the former Badgers and NFL star, died Sunday in Scottsdale, Arizona, in what police de…
All the Big Eight schools -- including the four Madison schools -- are scheduled to compete in the traditional spring season.
It didn’t long during Tyrese Hunter’s conversations with T.J. Otzelberger for the inevitable subject to be mentioned.