Seniors Jared Brown and Chloe Buescher both represented Milton and the Badger South at the 12th annual Badger North Conference-Badger South Conference senior boys and senior girls basketball All-Star game on Sunday, April 14, at Edgewood High School.
The Milton High School girls basketball team moved one game away from a state tournament berth after the Red Hawks defeated top-seed Waterford, 62-54, in a WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal on Thursday night at Elkhorn High School.
Competing in the 2019 Badger Challenge, the Milton girls basketball team was matched up against Mount Horeb from the Badger North. The Red Hawks stepped off the court victorious in a 68-48 win.
It won’t be a one-hit wonder for the Red Hawks boys basketball team this season, as Milton claimed its second win of the 2018-2019 season, topping Fort Atkinson on the road 51-46.
After a long holiday break, the Milton boys basketball team wasn’t able to win consecutive games for the first time since Nov. 2013. Hosting Madison Edgewood on Jan. 3, the Red Hawks fell 64-53 to the Crusaders.
Following their third-place finish at the Optimist Classic over the holidays, the Red Hawks girls basketball team looked to start the new year strong. But the Red Hawks couldn’t overcome the Cheesemakers as Monroe scored a 71-46 victory over Milton Friday night on the road.
The Milton girls basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend at the Janesville Craig Optimist Classic, dropping their opening game to Evansville 61-53 on Thursday before rebounding against Kenosha Tremper rebounding against Kenosha Tremper 68-62.
In a non-conference matchup, the Milton Red Hawk girls basketball team hosted the Jefferson Eagles Friday night, capitalizing on strong runs to open both half to secure a 54-41 win over the Eagles.
It was a strong weekend for the Red Hawk girls basketball team as they earned their second conference win of the season 68-54 over Madison Edgewood Friday and earned consecutive wins for the first time all season 69-53 over Waterford Saturday.
Taking on the top two teams of the Badger South, the Milton boys basketball was unable to make any headway against either, falling to Monona Grove 84-46 on Friday at home before dropping their next contest Tuesday to Stoughton 62-37.
Coming off two tough Badger South conference losses to Watertown and Stoughton, the Milton girls basketball team looked to find some consistency in play. Traveling to Oregon, they finished with their third straight loss by falling 66-57, the team began to find that consistency they needed.
A rough patch continued for the Milton girls basketball team, dropping two Badger South conference matchups this week. The Red Hawks traveled to Watertown on Nov. 29, falling 56-30 before hosting Stoughton on Tuesday, dropping that contest 64-50.
Despite not having won a game since Feb 2017, the Milton boys basketball found themselves just points away in consecutive games, falling to Oregon 71-68 in overtime Friday before Jefferson snuck ahead of the Red Hawks 57-52 on Saturday.
The Red Hawk girls basketball team held its first game of the season on Thursday, taking on the Waunakee Warriors at home. The Warriors topped Milton in a back-and-forth affair 77-64.
The Milton boys basketball team competed for the first time of the 2018-2019 season by partaking in scrimmages at Kettle Moraine High School on Saturday, going 1-2 for the day. The Red Hawks will open their season in the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee, the home of the Milwaukee Bucks on Friday.
After finishing last season 11-13 and reaching the WIAA Regional Final, the Milton girls basketball team returns to the court this season looking to improve upon those feats.
While it wasn’t the outcome he or his team members had hoped for, John Boie had the experience of a lifetime competing at the Wheelchair Basketball World Championships in Hamburg, Germany where the USA team finished runner-up to Great Britain 79-62.
After several tryouts throughout January to May, Milton native John Boie secured his spot on the US National Wheelchair Basketball team for the second consecutive year.
The Red Hawks Basketball program donated $1500 to Milton Area Youth Center. Boys and Girls Senior captains presented a check Monday to MAYC from the proceeds from the Community Night games played earlier in the season.
It wasn’t meant to be for the Milton boys basketball team, who needed the season’s first win to keep it alive. But despite a late-game 10-0 run, the 11th seeded squad fell on the road to 6th seeded Burlington 60-50.
The Cambridge, WI, Hoops Club is hosting their 1st Annual Spring HOOPla 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament on April 15, 2018 for Boys and Girls 4 — 8 grade. The cost is $75 per team with 4 players on each team. Each player will receive a t-shirt and prizes will be awarded to the first place teams.…
The Red Hawks ended their five-game losing streak with not one, but two victories over the weekend. Milton took out Monona Grove on the road 69-61 Saturday before returning home Monday to easily handle Waterford 74-49.
The Milton girls basketball team nearly completed a comeback from a 19-point deficit against Oregon Friday night, but came up short, falling 58-50 on the road. The Red Hawks followed it up with a tough loss at home to Madison Edgewood, 67-51.
The Milton boys basketball team couldn’t reverse a lopsided result from earlier in the season Saturday night, falling to Badger South-leading Stoughton for the second time, this time a closer affair 69-43.
The Knights of Columbus held a free throw contest Sunday night at the Milton High School for boys and girls ages 9-14. Trophies were given out to first and second place. (front row, from left) Brayden Rautenberg (9) 1st; Blake Sisson (9) 2nd; Brody Riese (10) 2nd; Matthew Steinke (10) 1st; J…
It was a tough weekend for Milton girls basketball fans as the team suffered from a pair of road losses. On Friday, the Red Hawks traveled to Watertown, falling 62-50 before taking on Jefferson Saturday, dropping the game 64-48.