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With track and tennis surfaces, ball fields and golf courses soggy and snow-covered, 'alternative' activities help teams stay in shape and bond as teammates.
Robson plans to play men's volleyball, while Staples plans to compete in women's basketball and Tanin in women's soccer and basketball.
“We are there at critical mass now,” Stoughton athletic director Mel Dow said. “We are dumping non-conference events to get conference events in.”
Last weekend's storm continues to take a toll on the high school sports schedule.
The Waunakee boys golf team put forth an balanced performance at The Oaks in Cottage Grove on Thursday, earning a second-place finish in the 25-team Monona Grove Invitational.
Brady Schmitt pitched a two-hit shutout Wednesday evening to lead the Middleton baseball team to a 4-0 road victory over Sun Prairie, the state’s top-ranked Division 1 team.
Waunakee's Mason Steffen signs with Minnesota-Duluth for men's basketball on Wednesday's first day of the spring signing period.
The conference has specific temperature guidelines it uses to determine postponements in the various sports.
Waunakee heated things up during the Badger Challenge track meet, sweeping team championships in the boys and girls competition Tuesday at Portage.
Most of the events on Tuesday's area high school sports schedule remained on the docket as of 2:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, though there were several postponements due to field conditions.
Monday's snow and continuing poor playing conditions took another whack at the area prep sports schedule on Monday.
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Muddy conditions, and the expectation of more inclement weather tonight, have area athletic directors scrambling to rearrange varsity sports schedules.