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Prep wrestling: Unbeaten streak hits 62 for River Valley's Seth Liegel
River Valley senior Seth Liegel wins at Badger State Wrestling Invitational to keep winning streak alive.
Prep sports: John Roberts, former WIAA executive director, dies at age 92
John Roberts saw the addition of girls sports and implemented divisions during his tenure.
Man posing as reporter to interview female high school athletes, police say
Police say a man posing as a reporter and photographer has been calling high school female athletes at home and asking to take their pictures and interview them.
Prep Talk: Spring tournament revisions on WIAA Board agenda
The WIAA Board of Control will hear recommendations today for tweaks to three spring tournament series, but none are expected to generate heavy debate.
Trio set to be inducted into Beaver Dam Athletic Hall of Fame
A trio of former Beaver Dam athletes will be the newest inductees into the Beaver Dam Athletic Hall of Fame today as Sandra K. Nebl, Matt Wilke and Randall Herbst comprise the Class of 2012. F…
Prep Huddle: Let the fall frenzy begin
A riveting nine-week stretch starts Tuesday with golf regionals.
On Preps: Wendy’s High School Heisman award deadline approaching
Applications close on Oct. 2 to apply for the 19th annual Wendy’s High School Heisman Award, a program honoring outstanding high school student-athletes for their commitment to academic achiev…
Rob Hernandez: WIAA reaffirms its mission
Opportunity outweighs winning and glory for the state's prep athletes.
Rob Hernandez: School sports’ lower levels merit attention
It may be time for the WIAA to consider official tournaments for more than just varsity teams.
Prep football kickoff: Roster competition opens at Sun Prairie and Middleton
Two of the Big Eight Conference’s top football programs opened practice for the 2012 season on Tuesday morning looking to solidify opposite aspects of their rosters.
Prep sports: Moving on, but looking back
Football practice signifies the start of a new year, but there's still plenty we miss about last year.
Girls prep athlete of year: Kailee Kamps rises to expectations in Belmont
BELMONT — Under the microscope in a rural Wisconsin town, high school athletes often know what is expected of them from a young age. The expectations intensify, for instance, if your surname i…
Boys prep athlete of year: McFarland's O'Donnell embraces promising future
Beyond his athletic and academic feats, Ryan O’Donnell’s lasting legacy may very well be his ability to perform in the face of adversity.
Prep sports: Officials scrutinize unlimited coaching contact at WIAA meeting
Some would like coaches to be able to work with players in the summer — in all sports.
Madison Sports Hall of Fame: Madison natives Kessel and Davis are Sportspeople of the Year
Chris Davis and Amanda Kessel, who starred on NCAA championship teams this past season, will receive the top annual honors at the upcoming Madison Sports Hall of Fame Club banquet.
Rugby: Madison La Follette to play for state high school club title Saturday
Madison La Follette will play in the Wisconsin Rugby Football Union state high school championships Saturday in Cottage Grove.
Prep Talk: WIAA loses key link to its history with passing of Otte
It was always "More Than A Game" for Matt Otte.
Prep Talk | WIAA annual meeting: Out-of-season competition for school teams approved
The decision clears the way for school teams to play in organized events before and after their WIAA seasons as long as there is no school or coach involvement with those teams.
Prep Talk: Weather not nice enough for some rescheduled games
The rain has moved out of the Madison area, but temperatures continue to sit right at 40 degrees and several area high schools have already determined it's not going to be nice enough to play …
Prep Talk: Postponements pour in as rain picks up across southern Wisconsin
A steady rain could put today's full schedule of activity in jeopardy.