John Chernal of Grantsburg had an interesting offseason when he was bitten by a venomous snake and needed a finger amputated. It hasn't slowed him down.
Three months after Owen Knutson was killed in a plane crash, his former football teammates paid homage to him in an emotional win Friday.
Take a look at players who opened some eyes on the gridiron this week in high-school football games.
Here are five highly intriguing battles on the first Friday of the 2017 high-school football season
One of the great dynasties in Wisconsin high-school sports kept rolling with a fourth straight title.
Behind a state-record performance from its workhorse running back, East hoisted its first ever gold ball.
Overcoming early mistakes, Memorial atoned for the heartbreaking loss to same team one year earlier
It was a dream scenario for Amherst as Carter Zblewski kicked a game-winning field goal in the final seconds to lift his team to a state title.
The playoffs were a rollercoaster of thrills for Eau Claire Regis, but the state-title game was well in hand most of the day.
Oconomowoc's Zach Clayton was given the "Al Toon Award" honoring the state's best wide receiver, and Hawk Wimmer of Franklin was honored with the "Tim Krumrie Award" for best defensive lineman when Wissports.net released its annual awards Wednesday.
On this week's Initial Reaction podcast with JR Radcliffe and JP Cadorin, University of Wisconsin associate athletics director Chris McIntosh stops by to talk about a number of topics.
The Catholic Memorial football team has been one of the best in the state, but the last hurdle to a state championship is certainly the biggest, a Notre Dame program that sent CMH to a heartbreaker last year at Camp Rand.
There is no disputing that Kimberly has become the gold standard of big-school football in the state of Wisconsin, with 55 consecutive victories and three straight state titles.
With state berths on the line, several players were shining under the spotlight
This week's Weekend Warriors include a couple big outcomes in the WIAC at the NCAA Division III level and an area player dismissed from his Big Ten team after a breakout season.