Adams-Friendship’s prep girls basketball team was the best in the South Central Conference this season – but Wisconsin Dells wasn’t far behind.
The 2014 Wisconsin Dells High School girls golf team recently earned honorable mention Team Academic All-State recognition from the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin for its work away from the golf course this school year.
When the Wisconsin Dells boys basketball team needed a big bucket this season, it was either senior Zach Van Wie or sophomore Peyton Rohling that often provided it.
Forty-three years is a long time, don’t you think?
It was a banner season for the Reedsburg/Wisconsin Dells prep boys hockey team. The Cheavers won 14 straight games during one stretch, ended up with a 23-4-2 record and finished as the outright champions of the Badger North Conference this season.
MADISON – As sharply as their skates carved through the ice here Thursday at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, their fate changed. From having momentum, to a stalemate, to playing catch-up – from hunted to hunter – all in the span of two and a half minutes.
Leading Westfield by seven points with just under 3 minutes left in a regional quarterfinal, the Wisconsin Dells prep boys basketball team appeared to be well on its way to a regional semifinal with Adams-Friendship on Friday night.
The Wisconsin Dells prep boys basketball team had no answers for the zone defense implemented by Adams-Friendship, as the Green Devils clinched a share of the South Central Conference championship with a 40-25 victory at Wisconsin Dells High School on Thursday night.
Since the sport of ice hockey has become a competitive sport by high school teams in the area, there have certainly been some big rivalry games involving local teams going head to head.
LODI – The bounces, as the metaphor goes, haven’t been going the way of Wisconsin Dells prep boys basketball team lately.
RICHLAND CENTER – His ticket had already been punched. His opponent was the favorite. He was, as the old saying goes, playing with house money.
Needing to knockoff Adams-Friendship in order to earn a share of the South Central Conference title, the Wisconsin Dells prep girls basketball team was done in by a long offensive cold spell in the first half, as the Green Devils left town with a 43-26 victory over the Chiefs on Friday night…
Maddy Hess scored the game-winning goal with four minutes remaining in double overtime, leading the Stoughton Icebergs (9-13-3) to a 2-1 victory over the Badger Thunder in a sectional quarterfinal game on Thursday night.
The RWD varsity hockey team, made up of players from Reedsburg, Wisconsin Dells and Mauston high schools, punched its ticket to the next round Thursday night, opening its playoff campaign with a 6-2 win against the La Crosse Logan/Central Red Rangers at the Poppy Waterman Arena in Lake Delto…
The Wisconsin Dells prep girls basketball team picked up its eighth win in its last nine games with a 46-36 victory over River Valley on Tuesday night in a non-conference game played in Spring Green.
The bad news is, Willie Vandenlangenberg and Travis Hudack both left Saturday’s Division 2 regional tournament in Mauston with the feeling of knowing they could have done better.
They’ve had a successful season so far, and now, members of Wisconsin Dells’ prep girls basketball team are on track to potentially make it even more so.
The RWD varsity hockey team wrapped up its regular season with a 4-1 victory over the La Crosse Avalanche on Friday night in Onalaska.
WESTFIELD – The Westfield prep boys basketball team got off to a hot start, taking an early 8-point lead, but it was Wisconsin Dells that finished at the end.
The way things had gone for the first 20 or so minutes, the lead they’d faced must have felt as comfortable as a La-Z-Boy.
The Wisconsin Dells prep girls basketball team kept its South Central Conference title hopes alive, but just barely. The lady Chiefs got 18 points each from Hunter Hickey and Jaden Ward, but needed overtime to escape Westfield with a 52-45 victory on Tuesday night.
BARABOO – The final five minutes of Tuesday’s second period weighed down the Badger Thunder co-operative girls hockey team, and, despite a better showing in the third, it ultimately sunk the hosts in a 3-1 non-conference loss to Fond du Lac on Senior Night at the Pierce Park Pavilion in Baraboo.
By the end of the first quarter, Mauston’s prep girls basketball team had but six points. By the end of the second quarter, the host Golden Eagles still had but six points.