The senior outside hitter is the second straight first-team selection for the Cardinals and one of five area honorees.
Photos of the Baraboo boys and girls basketball teams' home openers on Tuesday, Nov. 23 at Baraboo High School. The Thunderbirds boys hosted P…
The Thunderbirds closed the game on an 8-2 run over the final 22 seconds to start a season 1-0 for the first time in eight years.
Seniors Matt Getgen and Will Michalsky were named the league's Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year, respectively, as the Chiefs had an area-best 19 all-league selections.
The Pumas posted a best-ever finish behind their first-ever individual medalist in the Division 3 boys race. Other area debutants got their first taste of state.
The Pumas boys are heading back to state as a team for the second straight year, while Lodi's Parker Heintz, Pardeeville's Will Becker and Westfield's Haddie Showen earned individual spots.
The Wildcats scored from 69 yards out on their 4th play from scrimmage and used a trick play to set up their second TD, never letting up the rest of the way
State-wide sectional meets this weekend will determine who gets to hit the Ridges Golf Course on Oct. 30 in the WIAA State Tournament's return to Wisconsin Rapids.
A punishing ground game and swarming defense has helped the Pumas rattle off four straight wins to earn their first trip to the postseason since 2014.
The senior was one of just two runners to crack 17 minutes, while the Pumas had four top-15 finishers but fell by just two points to Lakeside Lutheran.
For playoff bound teams, those looking to get in and others relegated to looking ahead to next year, there's still plenty to play for this Friday.
The Pumas returned six seniors from last year's team that made it to state for the first times since 2011. Poynette hasn't finished worst than runner-up in each of its invitationals this fall.
Intrigue abounds as teams look to punch playoff tickets, bolster late season surge to postseason.
With the conference portion of the prep football season already past the midway point, there’s only one thing that can be on teams’ minds: the…
The chaotic 2021 high school football schedule hasn't made it through Week 7 unscathed as the Phoenix and Trojans, both short healthy bodies, concede losses
With the playoffs inching ever closer, this week's games have massive postseason implications even with three regular season games remaining.
Teams hoping to build on feel-good starts, turn campaigns around as season hits Week 5.
Photos of the Wisconsin Dells and Poynette prep football teams meeting in a South Central Conference game on Sept. 10 at Elgie Noble Field in …
The Chiefs executed on the ground and through the air, while nearly pitching a shutout over the Pumas to move to 4-0 for the first time since 2008.
Portage and Lodi are both unbeaten so far this season, while other teams like Pardeeville and Fall River/Rio are hoping to build momentum.
The Vikings cruised by the Hilltoppers to match fellow league-leader Randolph at 2-0. Rivals Poynette and Lodi fell in their Capitol North openers.
Following a pair of tune-ups, the second phase of the prep football season kicks off this week with plenty of important league match-ups.
The Columbia County schools initially moved the game to Saturday due to a player being in quarantine for the Pumas, but efforts to play the game fell through.
The Warriors haven't started 2-0 since 2007, while neighboring Pardeeville and Poynette meet in the regular season for the first time since the turn of the century.
Photos of the Poynette prep football team from this past spring prior to the start of the 2021 season.