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Ask Jesse Thielke about his goals for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympic Games and he’ll give an answer without hesitation. It’s clear, concise and to the point.
Area players play key roles in their final matches against high school competition.
Arians plans to attend South Dakota State. He averaged 15.8 points and led the Crusaders in rebounding last season.
Murphy, a 5-foot-11 guard, helped lead the Cardinals to a share of the Big Eight Conference regular-season boys basketball crown.
Capstran was a first-team selection as a receiver on the Badger North all-conference football team.
Johnson decides to play for an NCAA Division II men's basketball team in Marquette, Michigan.
The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame induction is Sept. 24 in Wisconsin Dells.
Staver helped Mineral Point earn the WIAA Division 4 state championship in March.
The 25th annual Masonic All-Star games will be played at UW-Whitewater.
The annual summer competition takes place Monday and Tuesday.
Greg Reinhard, a former star pitcher at UW-Whitewater who went on to a minor league career, is partnering with DeForest officials to build an indoor baseball training facility and new fields to attract major youth travel tournaments.
Three games are scheduled Saturday at UW-Oshkosh.
Schraufnagel plans to attend Quincy University. She was a key reserve for Verona's state title team.
Madison West's Kristen Brown and Gabriella Johansson are named to the first team, while Madison West's Laura Kiernan, Madison Edgewood's Eileen Healy and Oregon's Jess Jacobs earn honorable-mention recognition.
Middleton's Perrin Hagge, Oregon's Alex Duff and Jefferson's Mikaela Grant are among the area athletes who are highlighted.
Smithback was the offensive lineman of the year in the Badger North Conference in 2015.
The 2016 All-Area Girls Athlete of the Year competed in WIAA state tournaments in three sports and shared school valedictorian honors.
The Regents' first 12-time letterwinner since 1984 has been named the All-Area Male Athlete of the Year for 2016.
Also, the board approved making the change to 18-minute halves in basketball permanent.
MINOCQUA -- Colin Steck and Nathan Lorenz keep reeling in the titles.