Hockey and lacrosse are fast paced sports. They involve hitting, stick handling, and shooting goals. It's no wonder why brothers Marshall and Sheldon Oja play both. Our Athletes of the Week began their More>>
Portage County officials say one car rolled over on Highway 34 near the Town of Rudolph this afternoon. More>>
Curtis Engelbrecht and Nicholas Lilienthal have been friends since baseball season of their freshman year.But they weren't always teammates. "It's a lot different. You see each other on the soccer field, More>>
Assumption girls soccer scored eight goals in its season opener last weekend, and Mary Sigler made six of them. The junior forward has her sights on one more goal. Winning a state title.The Royals have More>>
A no-hitter is a milestone that every pitcher looks to accomplish. But SPASH's Angela Lange reached that goal without even thinking about it. More>>
Hundreds of meals made an impact this Easter. More>>
Johnny Schwenn started his senior year with a concussion, keeping him out of the football season. But, he says it turned out to be a blessing in disguise. More>>
Grundhoffer knows very well how far she's come in only her first year playing basketball at Assumption. More>>
Brianna Jankowski plays three sports at Newman Catholic, all while still excelling in the classroom. More>>
The Amherst boys basketball team is getting set to play in its first state tournament since 1998. But for a few members of the Falcons, this isn't their first time playing in Madison. More>>
Tyler Gilbert has done very well so far. The Wisconsin Rapids junior has yet to allow a single goal this post season. Gilbert made 30 saves in the Red Raiders' sectional victory over West Salem/Bangor More>>
Injuries have plagued the SPASH gymnastics team. But that didn't stop the Panthers from capturing their second straight conference title last weekend. More>>
Katie Spencer loves skiing. So much so that the Wausau West senior spent 7 months working at a grocery store last year just to buy a new pair of skis. The senior and captain of her team has come More>>
Our Athlete of the Week hasn't made his plans for college yet. But for now, he's focused on winning a state title. More>>
Abbotsford High School's Kim Lecheler has been an integral part of the Falcons basketball team since she first took the court as a freshman. Now, as a senior, she's as valuable to her team as any other player in the state. More>>
Our Athlete of the Week has been curling since he was 9. His team has yet to lose this year. But his biggest achievement might just be helping to turn the new Wausau curling center into a reality.
Like any hockey player, Kevin Conley has just one goal on the ice. More>>
Most students were in class on the first day back from holiday break. But Sheldon Harn was busy with his pen. More>>
David Jesperson is a double-double machine on the court and is seemingly following in his brother's footsteps.
In Wisconsin Rapids, the Kollock family has a rink in their backyard where Trent, Isaac and Dylan have played hockey since they were little. More>>
While the concept of high school athletes competing in multiple sports is nothing new, it was a requirement for Lauren Anklam. More>>
Nick Diny and Brook Whitehead. Consider them a package at Wausau East Wrestling. More>>
"She's a kid that surprises you," Merrill girls' basketball coach Melissa Yuska said about her star basketball player, Renee Sladek. More>>
Wittenberg-Birnamwood senior Mitchell School has a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. More>>
High school athletes rarely get to finish their career's on a high point, but with a shot at taking home a state title, Amherst's Max Strand can definitely go out with style.
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