Four pins, one exciting decision and four forfeits led the Waterloo wrestling team to a 51-30 home win over Columbus in a Capitol Conference crossover on Jan. 14.
Trey Colts and Jack Nikolay each scored 18 points for Cambridge in a 61-56 win over Waterloo’s boys basketball team in the Capitol South opener for both teams on Jan. 16.
MARSHALL — Marshall had lost two of its previous four games heading into a Jan. 14 meeting with archrival Waterloo, and to say the Cardinals took out their frustrations on the Pirates would be a grave understatement.
CAMBRIDGE — Senior forward Gracie Korth scored a game-high 19 points for Cambridge in a 52-37 win over Waterloo in the Capitol South opener for both teams on Thursday.
WATERLOO — Junior forward Brooke Mosher scored 10 of her 14 points in the second half, including four straight free throws late in regulation, to lead Waterloo’s girls basketball team to a 57-51 nonconference win over Hustisford on Monday.
LANCASTER — Juan Alonso earned a runner-up finish at 120 pounds to lead the Waterloo wrestling team’s way at the Lancaster Invitational on Saturday.
FALL RIVER — Junior forward Blake Huebner led three players in double figures with 17 points to lead the Waterloo boys basketball team to a 65-51 non-conference win over Fall River on Jan. 3.
The year 2019 was captured once again in the headlines of the Waterloo/Marshall Courier, but of course some things stood out more than others. It was a year that saw several coaching changes at both Marshall and Waterloo High Schools, the retirement of a legendary coach, and a state champion…
WATERTOWN — One thing’s for certain: the Marshall girls’ basketball team received perhaps their toughest test of the season this past weekend.
FALL RIVER — Freshman guard Julia Asik hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key with two seconds left in overtime to lift Waterloo’s girls basketball team to a 59-57 win over Mayville in the third-place game of the Fall River Tournament on Saturday.
The Waterloo High School wrestling team had a strange twist of fate as it hosted the Pirate Duals on Saturday. After winning last year’s event by earning a penalty point, the Pirates lost on a tiebreaker and wound up going 2-1 on the day.
Last weekend’s Winter Solstice officially marks the beginning of winter, but areas of the north have already endured plenty of winter-like weather. There have been over 45 inches of snow recorded at the Brule River State Forest ranger station since the first snowfall.
JUNEAU — Freshman guard Julia Asik led three players in double figures with 16 points as Waterloo’s girls basketball team defeated Dodgeland 60-48 in a non-conference game on Friday.
The Waterloo wrestling team was busy this past week, hosting a dual on Tuesday before competing in an invitational in Horicon Saturday.
A prolific night from beyond the arc and the ability to get to the free throw line propelled the Marshall boys basketball team to its first win of the season, a 63-52 victory over visiting Columbus in a Capitol Conference crossover played Dec. 5.
JOHNSON CREEK — Juan Alonso claimed the 126-pound weight class and Dylan Horstmeyer won at 170 to highlight the Waterloo and Marshall wrestling teams’ performances at the 2019 Creek Classic on Saturday.
The Waterloo boys basketball team was looking for its first winning streak against Deerfield in over a decade going into Monday’s yearly non-conference contest. After losing 10 straight to the Demons and having not won since the 2010-11 season, the Pirates earned a 76-67 victory last year, a…
Freshman guard Julia Asik and junior forward Brooke Mosher each scored 17 points as Waterloo improved to 3-0 with a 71-52 non-conference win over Pardeeville on Nov. 25.
The start of the 2019-20 season for the Waterloo High School boys basketball team hasn’t quite gone as planned, as the Pirates dropped a pair of non-conference decisions.
Thurston Schuster was thrust into the lead role as head coach of the Waterloo High School wrestling program last season, and all he did was lead the program to a place it had never gone before — the Capitol South Conference dual championship.
Don’t tell Florence Teeters she’s too old to enjoy Wisconsin’s great outdoors as a gun deer hunter, along with ziplining, going to Mardi Gras in Louisiana every year and tending to a garden in her bare feet. Yes, she’s 104, but who’s counting. She sure isn’t.
Marshall’s Gianna Dugan and Waterloo’s Christi Forman earned first-team honors, and Marshall's Kobe Grossman was a second-team performer after their efforts at the 2019 Capitol South Conference Meet on Oct. 19.
The Waterloo High School boys basketball program had a rollercoaster season in 2018-2019. Just 10 games in, Bryan Setz was replaced by Brian Lutz, who finished the year as interim head coach.
The two-time defending WIAA Division 3 state champion Marshall girls’ basketball team opened its season this past weekend on the road, traveling to Beaver Dam for a pair of games.
A balanced scoring attack led the Waterloo High School girls basketball team to a pair of victories to open the 2019-20 season. After defeating Orfordville Parkview 49-32 in the season opener on Nov. 19, the Pirates used a big second half to down Deerfield, 52-43, opening the season 2-0.
The expectations are as high as it gets for the Marshall High School girls basketball team; winning back to back state championships always tends to have that effect.