A couple of strong defensive stretches from Stoughton proved to be the difference Saturday.
Sophomore guard Jack Campion scored 12 of his team-high 14 points in the first half as the Milton boys basketball team defeated Portage, 84-39, in a non-conference game Tuesday, Dec. 4, in Milton.
The Milton boys swimming team was edged out in its season opener versus Oregon, 86-83, in a Badger South Conference dual Tuesday, Nov. 26, at Milton High School.
Former Milton soccer player and current Wesleyan University men’s soccer player Logan Servin was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District VII First Team on Nov. 7, advancing to the CoSIDA Academic All-America ballot. The Academic All-America ballot honorees will be announced in early December.
The Rock County Fury recorded a 2-1 record at the Arrowhead Turkey Tournament Friday, Nov. 29, and Saturday, Nov. 30, at the Howard G. Mullett Ice Center in Hartland.
The Milton boys hockey team was unable to pick up a win at the Beloit Memorial Holiday Tournament Friday, Nov. 29 and Saturday, Nov. 30, at Edwards Ice Arena in Beloit.
Junior Luke Hessenauer scored two first period goals and senior Luke Grote racked up 31 saves as the Milton boys hockey team earned a 4-1 victory versus Madison La Follette/East Friday, Nov. 22, in a non-conference game at the Mandt Center in Stoughton.
Haley Knauf and Alyssa Knauf combined for seven goals as the Rock County Fury defeated Brookfield, 11-1, in a non-conference season opening game Saturday, Nov. 23, in Brookfield.
Senior guard Abbie Campion netted a game-high 26 points, but the Milton girls basketball team was defeated by Waterford, 60-59, in a non-conference season-opening game Friday, Nov. 22, at Milton High School.
Danielle Cramer capped off a stellar prep career Saturday by winning two medals at the WIAA Division 1 girls state swimming and diving meet.
Rodney Wedig has had his fair share of special seasons. The first-year football coach at Milton has taken multiple teams to the Wisconsin State Football Championships and even led Big Foot to a WIAA state title in 2009.
The Milton wrestling team returns back five of its nine wrestlers who qualified for the individual sectional meet last season, including state qualifier Riley Nilo.
Rachel Butterfield knew Chloe Buescher from their time at Milton High School, but with three years between them, they never played volleyball together.
Five swimmers advanced to the state meet after the Milton girls swimming team’s WIAA Division 1 sectional, Saturday, Nov. 9, at Beloit Memorial High School.
When the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point switched sides at the halfway mark in the fifth set, the Pointers took the momentum with them.
It’s fitting that Sydnie Ochs shows a horse named No Doubting Me, because with all of Ochs’ recent success, no one should be doubting her.
The first known eSports competition took place in 1972 at Stanford University. Some 45 years later, eSports has made its way to the local high school scene in Wisconsin.
Freshman Bailey Ratzburg and senior Danielle Cramer claimed two conference championships at the Badger South Conference Meet, helping Milton to third place Saturday, Nov. 2, at Stoughton High School.
The Milton Recreation (MREC) program wrapped up its first season of flag football in October. In its inaugural season, Milton played in the Quad County Youth Flag Football League. Other teams in the league are from Delavan, Elkhorn, Whitewater and Palmyra-Eagle.
It wasn’t a lack of effort, but Milton head coach Ryan Wagner just wanted to see a bit more playoff urgency from his Red Hawks Tuesday.
Mara Talabac and Alayna Borgwardt needed some late pushes if they wanted first team and second team recognition at the Badger South Conference Championships.
The Milton girls swimming team narrowly edged out Janesville Craig for first place at the Janesville Craig Invitational Saturday, Oct. 19, at Janesville Craig High School.
The Milton boys soccer team capped off its regular season with two defeats, falling to Monroe, 3-2, in a Badger South Conference road game Tuesday, Oct. 15, and lost to Elkhorn, 4-0, in a non-conference regular season finale Thursday, Oct. 17, in Elkhorn.
The Milton football team will host an opening-round Division 2 playoff game Friday against La Crosse Central at Anderson Field at 7 p.m. The Red Hawks will play as the No. 3 seed, while La Crosse Central will play as the No. 6 seed.
The Milton girls swimming team rebounded from its dual defeat to McFarland with a 102-68 victory versus Monona Grove in a Badger South Conference dual, Tuesday, Oct. 8, in Monona Grove.
Milton defeated Fort Atkinson, 2-1, thanks to a pair of quick goals from junior Aidan Conger in a Badger South Conference game Tuesday, Oct. 8, in Milton.
Senior Devin Woodcock and sophomore Mara Talabac finished first and second in their respective races as the Milton cross country teams competed at the Koshkonong Klassic Thursday, Oct. 10, at Fort Atkinson High School.