The Milton High School boys swim team may not have qualified for state, or sent any individuals to the big meet, but one thing is for certain, the Red Hawks’ sectional swim meet was their best of the year.
The Milton High School boys swimming team tested its skills with the rest of the conference at the Badger South Conference swim meet on Saturday, Feb. 2, at Stoughton High School.
With the conference tournament on the horizon, the Milton High School boys swimming team took on Monona Grove on Thursday, Jan. 24, falling 117-52 in the Badger South meet held at Milton High School.
The Milton boys swim team took part in two meets over the week, competing in the Rock County Championships at Beloit Memorial High School on Thursday. On Saturday, the Red Hawks swam in the Connor Burke Relays in Fort Atkinson. The team finished in fourth in both events.
It came down to the last event of the day, but the Fort Atkinson boys swim team got the job done Thursday night. Hosting the Milton Red Hawks, the Blackhawks held off a surging Milton team in the final event to win the dual 90-79.
Earning its strongest finish of the year, the Milton boys swimming team swam their way to a second-place finish at their home invite with 246 points, just behind Stoughton’s 259 points.
Partaking in their first home meet of the season, the Red Hawk boys swimming team hosted Stoughton Tuesday night, falling 87-82 to the Vikings. Previously, Milton competed in the Comet Invite in Delavan, finishing in fifth place with 290 points. Badger topped the meet with 560 points.
The Milton girls swim team sent three events to the WIAA state meet Saturday. Junior Danielle Cramer swam two individual events and part of the 400-yard freestyle relay with Ellie Parker, Azia Koser and Caroline Burki.
It was a strong day of swimming for the Milton girls swim team on Saturday at the WIAA Division 1 sectional event at Middleton High School. The team took eighth overall with 89 points, while three events qualified for the state meet.
Competing at the conference meet at Stoughton High School Saturday, the Milton girls swim team finished fifth with a total of 196 points. McFarland topped the field with 478 points, while Edgewood took second with 469. Monroe sat in third with a distant 276 points.
After defeating their last three Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opponents, the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater women’s soccer team is poised to start the first round of the WIAC Championship when they travel to UW-Platteville, the fourth seed, tomorrow for a match at 6 p.m.
Making the short trip down to Janesville, the Milton girls swim team picked up a third-place finish with 238 points at the Cougar Relays Invite at Janesville Craig High School on Saturday. Boylan Cathoilc High School (Rockford, Ill.) took the meet with 302 points, while host Janesville Craig…
Swimming in two events over the week, the Milton girls swim team traveled to Fort Atkinson for an invitational, taking 5th with 241 points. Baraboo won with 418.5 points. The Red Hawks then hosted Monona Grove Tuesday, winning 97-73.
Starting off the season with a highlight, the Milton girls swim team traveled to Monroe Tuesday night. But what they didn’t expect was Danielle Cramer’s record-breaking performance.
Swimming season is now upon us as the Milton girls have begun practices leading up to their first scrimmage on Wednesday. The team, led by second-year coach Sheila Price, will have a larger roster than last year.
The School District of Milton contracted liability insurance carrier, EMC Insurance, conducted an assessment of the Milton High School pool on Tuesday. A news release issued by the school district March 15 said a written report of that inspection is anticipated to be finalized within the com…
Senior Eric Fons had quite a day at the WIAA Division 2 boys swimming sectional meet held Saturday in Baraboo. Fons qualified for the state meet in three events: the 100-yard backstroke in 57.52 (fifth); the 100-yard freestyle in 50.09 (seventh), and as the anchor leg of the 200-yard freesty…
The Milton High School boys swim team placed fifth in the Badger South conference championships held Saturday at Fort Atkinson with 249 points. Monona Grove easily won the meet with 491 points. Stoughton finished a distant second with 320, followed by Madison Edgewood with 307, Watertown wit…
Milton native Chelsea Calhoon will be finishing up her four-year swimming career at Minnesota State University — Mankato this season. Calhoon is a 2014 graduate from Milton High School, where she was a part of the 2010 and 2011 Division 2 swim championship teams.
The Milton boys swim team bounced back from a defeat at the hands of three-time defending state champion Monona Grove to ease past Whitewater in Milton Thursday night 104-61, before falling to Edgewood 98-69 on Tuesday.
The Milton boys swim team had a strong showing over the weekend at two large invites. The team first partook in the Rock County Championships in Beloit on Thursday, finishing in fourth before taking second place at the Connor Bourke Relays in Fort Atkinson on Saturday.
After losing to Stoughton in a dual less than a week earlier in the season, the Milton prep boys swim team had a good idea that the six-team Milton Invitational was going to be a race for second place.
The Milton High Schools boys swim team finished fifth out of six teams last Saturday at the Delevan Comet Invite. Lake Geneva Badger co-op finished first with 474 points followed by Fort Atkinson 366, Whitewater 354, New Berlin Co-op 310, Milton 293 and Delavan-Darien 220.
A year ago, Dani Cramer was intimidated to be among the best swimmers in the state. It was the first time Milton had competed against Division 1 swimmers and, as a freshman, she put extra pressure on herself.
Milton sophomore Danielle Cramer earned a conference title in the 100 backstroke to play a big role in the Red Hawks’ fourth-place finish at Saturday’s Badger South Conference Championships at Monona Grove High School with 225 points.
Milton High School Varsity Girls Swim Team heads to Monona Grove High School on Saturday for the conference meet. There they will compete against Edgewood, Stoughton, Fort Atkinson, Monroe, Oregon, McFarland, Watertown and host Monona Grove.
The MHS girls swim team continued the home stretch of their season on Tuesday by defeating the Oregon Panthers. The Red Hawks won the meet 100-70 and improved their dual meet record to 5-2.
Dani Cramer and Avery Shanahan led the Milton girls swim team to a 103-76 victory over Fort Atkinson at home Tuesday in a Badger Conference dual, 103-76.
The Milton High School girls swim team had their first big test last week at the Badger South Conference relays in Stoughton. Although they were disqualified in the first two events, the Red Hawks still finished in fourth place.
The Red Hawk girls swim team won all three relays and seven of eight individual events on its way to a 125-46 win at new Badger South Conference foe Watertown on Tuesday night.
The Milton High School girls swimming team took no time jumping into the heat of their competition, opening up their season and Badger South Conference dual meets with defending WIAA Division 2 State champions Madison Edgewood on Tuesday night.
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The Milton High girls swim team is on its third coach in three years, but despite the lack of consistency in the coaching position, the Red Hawks have continued to put together strong seasons.
Danielle Cramer, a sophomore at Milton High School, had the overall top time of 21 minutes 8 seconds at the 23rd annual Milton Mile Swim held last weekend at the MHS pool.
Editor’s note: The “Senior Spotlight” series highlights the successes of the top varsity letter-winners from the recent Milton High School graduating class. For the class of 2017, three males (Dalton Shea, Cameron Pumilia and Nick Richards) and one female (Lexie Halma) earned nine varsity sp…
The Milton High School boys swim team was not able to get any swimmers through to the WIAA Division 2 State Meet, but first-year head coach Kyle Morris was still pleased with the outcome of this year.
A matter of seconds – sometimes less than a second – meant the end of the season for Milton High School boys swimmers at the WIAA Division 2 Stoughton Sectional Meet on Saturday.
The Milton High boys swimming team solidified its fourth place standing in the Badger South Conference with a fourth-place finish at the conference meet on Friday at Monona Grove.