Who are the athletes from high schools within the Now/Lake Country coverage zone making the biggest impact in pro and college athletics?
Baseball has been seeking to capture young fans for a while now, and most of them can be found participating in online communities merging content with message boards.
The phone calls from Joe DiMaggio began several years ago, and the passionate fan of local sports has been giving me his two cents ever since.
Summer baseball has been given a terminal diagnosis for years by onlookers, but the sport continues to show it plans to remain intact for a while.
A point/counterpoint look at the two perspectives on deployment of top pitchers in the WIAA playoffs under new pitch-count restrictions.
The game of rugby continues to make slow steps forward in popularity, one year removed from its return to the Olympics program.
The Milwaukee Brewers, a first-place ballclub in the National League Central, have provided the recipe for a fun summer.
As Corey Hart enters the Brewers "Wall of Honor," consider his very first plate appearance -- a symbolic turning point in franchise history.
The shot clock was understandably the big-ticket item when the WIAA announced a number of changes from its Board of Control meeting June 22, but there were several other items worth noting, as well.
Perspectives are mixed on the announced change to WIAA basketball in 2019-20, though everyone agrees the game will change dramatically.
A thrilling state semifinal, a pair of girls basketball standouts and a familiar name returns to coach. Here are some of the top athletes and moments from the 2016-17 school year in Lake Country.
The 2017 state track and field meet offered another series of great story lines. Here's a taste of the scene in La Crosse.
Three retiring athletics directors -- Greg Gamalski of Catholic Memorial, Scott Kugi of Muskego and Mike Novak of Brown Deer -- look at the current state of the profession.
The Oak Creek boys and Milwaukee King girls are the early favorites to win the state track and field titles based on sectional performance.
This weekend marks the five-year anniversary of one of the more controversial finishes in state track and field history -- one that may have robbed an Arrowhead 4x400-meter relay team of gold.