The 2017 WIAA Girls Basketball State Championships wrapped up last weekend, and for the ninth straight year, I was fortunate enough to sit court-side for all of the action.
I remember that second week of January, 2016 like it was yesterday. It was a simpler time back then. If you were announced as an Oscar winner, it meant you were an Oscar winner.
National Signing Day has come and gone for the state's Class of 2017, and it is time to turn our attention to the Class of 2018. It will be an interesting group to watch, perhaps lacking as much star power as we’ve seen from past classes.
National Signing Day for football has come and gone, and like pretty much every year, there was very little drama for players from Wisconsin.
As I have covered prep sports over the years, I’ve gotten to know the in’s and out’s of many of the rules, regulations, and by-laws surrounding the WIAA, conferences, and schools, and it sometimes gives me a unique viewpoint on topics that people fee
The high school hoops regular season is just shy of halfway over, and it’s already been filled with some surprises. Who would have predicted defending Division 2 state champion Kaukauna, who opened the season number one in the WisSports.
Back in early January, I put together a list of fearless (and some not-so-fearless) predictions for the 2016 high-school sports year. For the most part, I did pretty well. Let’s take a stroll through memory lane and review just which ones I hit on.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association in partnership with the National Federation of High Schools recently launched a #MyReasonWhy campaign to highlight the benefits to high school sports and activities participation and share positive s
Another high school football season is in the books, and with it another great two days at Camp Randall Stadium for the state championships.
Just when you thought the straight money grabs by Jim Delany and the university presidents in the Big Ten Conference couldn’t get any worse (constant expansion talks, horrible Rutgers program invited in, football conference title game, 9 pm local tim
Back in mid-September, I wrote about some of the encouraging turn-around stories in the high school football scene this year. It is always great to see programs that have struggled for a number of years get things going in the right direction.
Several football teams will benefit in the postseason from a regular-season schedule against larger schools.
The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association (WFCA) presents both an Offensive and Defensive Player of the Year award in the state of Wisconsin each season, and usually, there are pretty clear candidates that emerge very early in the season.
We're just shy of the halfway point of the 2016 high school football regular season, and to no one's surprise, many of the traditional programs are at or near the top of the rankings once again. In fact, in the Week 4 WisSports.
There are a great many people that help teams and athletes be successful. Coaches, mentors, parents, volunteers, and many others have played a part in the accomplishments of individuals and groups alike.