Former Milton wrestler Bowen Wileman competed in the NCAA Division III National Championships on March 8-9 in Roanoke, Virginia.
Freshman Riley Nilo and senior Mason Dutcher shared similar experiences at the WIAA Division 1 Individual Wrestling Championship at the Kohl Center this past week.
Former Milton High School graduate and Red Hawk wrestler Bowen Wileman is headed to the Division 3 NCAA National Championship after he wrestled in a NCAA regional l this past weekend.
Freshman Riley Nilo and senior Mason Dutcher competed on the first two days of the WIAA Division 1 Individual State Wrestling Tournament on Thursday and Friday at the Kohl Center in Madison.
The hard work, dedication, the ups and downs, everything that goes into a wrestling season, has paid off in one of the biggest ways imaginable for two Red Hawk wrestlers.
After the buzzer sounded and the final score was announced, Patrick Jauch pulled his Red Hawk wrestlers over to the side to watch as their biggest rival celebrated in victory in the middle of mat.
Despite some positive results this past week, Milton head wrestling coach Patrick Jauch understands his team has a lot of learning to do this season.
After a 2017-2018 season of not living up to their high expectations, head coach Patrick Jauch and his Milton wrestling team are ready to get back to form in the 2018-2019 season.
WHITEWATER — Killian Jauch, a Janesville, WI, native and graduate of Milton, will compete for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater wrestling team during the 2018-19 season, which began Saturday at the Luther (Iowa) Open.
Many of those who saw Mason Dutcher on Saturday, the final day of the WIAA Division 1 Individual Wrestling State Tournament, might not have realized that the Milton High junior reached the podium in the 113-pound weight class.
The Milton High wrestling team won’t be making it to the WIAA Division 1 Team State Tournament this season, but eight Red Hawks will have the chance to qualify for the individual state tournament.
After knocking off another Badger South Conference opponent in Monroe on Thursday, the Milton High wrestling team ran into a “humbling” experience over the weekend.
Despite not having entries at three of 14 weight classes, the Milton High wrestling squad won the 16-team Sciacca/Holtfreter Tournament in Harvard, Ill., this past weekend.
Milton High School’s Pat Jauch is among the Top 50 nominees for U.S. Cellular’s Most Valuable Coach program. Jauch, an MHS teacher, is the head wrestling coach and assistant baseball coach. The public can vote for their favorite coach among the Top 50 nominees between now and 11:59 a.m. on O…
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…
At the 2014 WIAA Division 1 Individual State Wrestling Tournament, Dalton Shea was shell-shocked. He was a 106-pound freshman wrestling for the first time in front of thousands of wrestling fans at the Kohl Center in Madison.
At the WIAA Division 1 Westosha Central Regional Tournament on Saturday, 10 individual Red Hawk wrestlers qualified for the Janesville Craig Sectional Tournament with hopes of making it to the individual state tournament.
After getting dismantled by one state-ranked team (Stoughton) earlier this season, the Red Hawk wrestlers were out to prove they belonged high up in the state rankings last Thursday at home against Sauk Prairie.
After a disappointing loss to Stoughton, the Milton High wrestling team had a solid showing at the 29th Al Dvorak Memorial Invitational at Harlem High School in Machesney Park, Ill., last week, head coach Pat Jauch said.
Some photos from the 2016-2017 Milton High School wrestling season. These photos, along with more that were not posted, are available for purchase. Contact Michael Gouvion at firstname.lastname@example.org or 608-208-1678 if you are interested in purchasing any photos.
The Milton High School wrestlers got out to a quick 6-0 start this past weekend and earned a title at the Emery Howard/Tom Manley Duals in East Troy on Saturday.