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It was always "More Than A Game" for Matt Otte.
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.
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 …
A steady rain could put today's full schedule of activity in jeopardy.
The Camp Randall Rowing Club will hold their annual Erg-a-thon on March 7 from 4-6 p.m. in the Hilldale Mall. The Erg-a-thon is a 10K land race in which 60 to 80 junior members row simultaneou…
Behind arrogance and stubbornness, UW and the WIAA put
tournaments in jeopardy.
A day after University of Wisconsin Athletic Department
officials thought the WIAA was gearing up to end a decades-old
arrangement with Madison, hope and confusion reigned.
After a girls/boys basketball double-header tonight, Waunakee
will host an individual wrestling sectional and another boys
basketball game Saturday night.
The WIAA will move the state high school basketball tournaments
to the Green Bay area unless the the University of Wisconsin
athletic department can make the Kohl Center available in 2013 and
Madison didn't initially recognize the danger of losing the
tournaments but is now doing everything possible to keep them,
Mayor Paul Soglin said.