Senior Abbie Campion will be joined by her head coach Stacy Skemp at the WBCA Division 2 All Star Game in June.
General admission tickets will not be available for the WIAA Boys State Basketball tournament, UW-Madison announced Thursday morning.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in accordance with policies and guidance from public health organizations and the World Health Organization for mass gatherings, will be limiting attendance at the remainder of all winter tournament events scheduled March 12-14 and March 19-21.
Junior Sam Burdette knocked down a pair of 3-pointers to start the second half to give the Milton boys basketball team an eight-point lead, but Westosha Central still managed to outscore the Red Hawks 36-19 the final 18 minutes to earn a 70-57 win in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal Frid…
A late surge at the end of the first half helped Waukesha West beat Milton, 71-55, in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal game Friday, Feb. 28, in Waukesha.
The Milton boys basketball team finished its best-ever Badger South Conference season with a 72-58 loss to Monroe Thursday, Feb. 27, at Monroe High School.
The Milton boys basketball team received a first-round bye in the WIAA Division 2 tournament and will play Westosha Central in a regional semifinal on Friday, March 6 in Salem.
The Milton girls basketball team earned a No. 5 seed and will play No. 4 seed Waukesha West in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal game Friday, Feb. 28, in Waukesha at 7 p.m.
Senior Abbie Campion finished with a game high, but the Milton girls basketball team was defeated by Monroe, 67-50, in a Badger South Conference game Thursday, Feb. 13, at Monroe High School.
Senior Shelby Mack-Honold led the way for 15 points as the Milton girls basketball team defeated Monona Grove, 66-60, in a Badger South Conference game Tuesday, Feb. 4, at Milton High School.
Abbie and Jack Campion, siblings at Milton High School, have used their work ethic, unselfishness and competitive spirit to help transform the Milton basketball programs.
The Milton boys basketball team is on pace to do something that hasn’t been done since the 2007-2008 season, finish above .500 in the conference standings.
Senior Alex Rodenberg scored 24 points and the Milton girls basketball team defeated Wilmot, 77-54, in a non-conference game Tuesday, Jan. 14, in Milton.
The Milton girls basketball team nearly overcame a double-digit halftime deficit, but fell short, losing to Monroe, 65-62, in a Badger South Conference game Tuesday, Jan. 7, in Milton.
Three different Red Hawk players scored 14 or more points as the Milton girls basketball team defeated Stoughton, 59-48, in a Badger South Conference game Friday, Jan. 3, in Stoughton.
The Milton boys basketball team scored 40-second half points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome an offensive dry spell in the first half as Milton was defeated by Watertown, 63-55, in a Badger South Conference game Saturday, Jan. 4, in Milton.
The Milton girls basketball team outscored Monona Grove in the second half, but a slow start hampered the Red Hawks’ chances as Milton fell, 85-63, in a Badger South Conference game Thursday, Dec. 19, in Monona.
The Oregon girls basketball team scored the first 18 points of the game as the Panthers defeated Milton, 65-23, in a Badger South Conference opener Friday, Dec. 6, in Milton.
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.
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.