The 2019 Mauston High School fall sports season officially got underway with the Golden Eagles visiting Tomah for a girls tennis dual meet.
WISCONSIN DELLS -- Last season, Portage’s Sophie Denure suffered heartbreak when her sophomore season ended after a rough stretch of holes on the back nine at the sectional meet led to her missing out on a chance to play at the WIAA State Girls Golf Championships.
The Baraboo High School girls golf team opened its individual stroke-play season with a seventh-place finish at Wednesday's Wisconsin Dells Invitational.
One is a poster child for consistent, unwavering success is Division 2 football. The other is a program trying to smash through its glass ceiling. Both figure to be the frontrunners in what could be an extremely intriguing race for the Badger North title.
Since Ernesto Arias took over the Wisconsin Dells soccer program four years ago, it’s taken some time for the team to build up its numbers and take strides forward.
Editor’s note: This is the ninth in a series profiling some of the top players in the area leading up to the start of the season Friday.
Playing in the Stoughton Scramble on Monday, the Wisconsin Dells girls golf team shot a 2-under-par 68 to finish in fifth place at the 13-team meet held at Coachman’s Golf Resort.
It’s been over two weeks since high school football teams all over the state hit the field for the first practice of the season. Since those first practice sessions on Aug. 6, athletes have been working hard under the hot summer sun, getting ready for the opportunity to show everyone just wh…
Editor’s note: This is the eighth in a series profiling some of the top players in the area leading up to the start of the season Friday.
Playing in their second scramble-format meet of the season, the Portage girls golf team finished one shot out of first place at the Stoughton Scramble on Monday, settling for third place overall with a 4-under-par 66.
Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series profiling some of the top players in the area leading up to the start of the season Friday.
With the entire varsity lineup from 2018 having graduated, it’s an all-new start for the Beaver Dam prep girls golf team in 2019.