The 1982 state champion Portage girls basketball team will now have three representatives in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame, as Jennifer (York) Arians was recently named as a 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee by the WBCA.
Johnson, a former Sun Prairie student-athlete, was named The Associated Press state boys basketball player of the year after leading Glendale Nicolet to the WIAA Division 2 state title last March.
Former Baraboo High School boys basketball coach Darrin Berger didn’t have to go far to find his next coaching job, as he has been hired to be the next boys basketball coach at Portage High School.
As a sophomore member of Portage’s junior varsity boys basketball team in the 2002-03 season, Darrin Berger was able to witness just how much of a basketball-crazy town Portage can be, as that year’s varsity team advanced all the way to the WIAA State Tournament.
After cobbling together one of the most prolific careers in the history of Reedsburg girls’ basketball, Ava Douglas got to represent her school one last time as an all-star.
Before Wisconsin Dells senior Katelyn Meister could continue her basketball career as a member of the Michigan Tech University women’s basketball team, she had one more game to play in front of the hometown fans.
The commitments end a long recruiting dry spell for Greg Gard, who had gone two full recruiting cycles without landing an in-state prospect, including some high-profile swing-and-misses.
The Beaver Dam prep boys basketball staff of head coach Tim Ladron and assistant Chris Smith didn’t get the outcome they wanted for the Red team during Division 2 of the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Games on Saturday.
It was a successful end to a shining high school career for Portage senior Eli Considine on Saturday.
Rio senior Jordyn Hutzler is finishing her high school athletic career in style. Just two weeks after winning a WIAA Division 3 state championship in the girls 300-meter low hurdles, Hutzler took to the basketball court one last time as a prep athlete, as she participated in the Wisconsin Ba…
WISCONSIN DELLS — Tim Ladron claps his hands together and shouts to his players. He says things like “Hey, let’s get the ball movin’ a little, get it movin’” and “Compete — compete against each other, here we go!”
Over the last four years of Charlie Mulder’s career as the Central Wisconsin Christian prep girls basketball coach, he had the privilege of mentoring one of the most ferocious players in the state.
The Baraboo High School boys basketball team is headed in a new direction. The man taking them there knows exactly where the Thunderbirds have been.
Central Wisconsin Christian High School in Waupun on Thursday announced via press release the hiring of Mark Vander Werff as the next head coach for the school’s girls basketball program.
The Baraboo High School athletic department has hired a pair of head coaches for the upcoming school year, athletic director Jim Langkamp announced Wednesday.
One thing that Beaver Dam prep boys basketball coach Tim Ladron looks for when he’s hiring assistant coaches is whether or not the individual wants to be a leader of a varsity program someday.
Waupun senior Marcus Domask’s summer plans were set, as were those for the next four to five years of his life. After his graduation party in June, he was going to head to Northern Kentucky University to start summer classes and begin his collegiate basketball career.
The Columbus Recreation fifth grade boys basketball team participated in the Wisconsin State Invitational Championship Tournament hosted by Appleton North and Kimberly on March 23-24. This elite tournament, which is organized by the Great Northwest Basketball League, brought together 61 of t…