For a generation, Marshall High School has known only one head cross country coach. In fact, for some families, the connection goes back more than just one generation.
Trevor Deppe knows a little bit about Waterloo athletics. A 2010 graduate of the school, he was a three-sport athlete playing football, basketball and baseball for the Pirates.
When Waterloo’s volleyball team takes to the Resch Center floor on Friday in Green Bay, juniors Brooke Mosher and Joslyn Wolff will be looking to settle some unfinished business.
JUNEAU — For River Ridge players, watching Waterloo junior Brooke Mosher take practice swings might have been like staring into the barrel of a bazooka.
GALESVILLE — Heading into the postseason as underdogs, the Marshall football team was hoping to shock the football world Friday night when they traveled to Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau for their WIAA Division 5 Level 1 contest.
WHITEWATER — Marshall’s Gianna Dugan earned her third trip to the WIAA State Cross Country Championships following a third-place finish at Saturday’s Division 3 UW-Whitewater Sectional.
The Waterloo High School volleyball team took its first two steps toward returning to the WIAA state tournament. With 3-0 wins over Montello and Johnson Creek the Pirates captured the Division 3 regional crown.
POYNETTE — Gianna Dugan raced to a second-place finish to headline the Marshall girls cross country team’s run to a fourth-place finish at Saturday’s Capitol South Conference Meet.
With wins over New Glarus and Marshall the Waterloo High School volleyball team wrapped up yet another perfect year in Capitol South Conference play.
Waterloo fell behind 28-7 at halftime and couldn’t recover falling 40-15 to visiting New Glarus/Monticello in a Capitol South Conference game played on Oct 11.
Year-in and year-out the Wisconsin Heights games are highlighted on the Waterloo volleyball schedule, but this year’s second meeting had a little bit more on the line.
WATERLOO — Year-in and year-out the Wisconsin Heights games are highlighted on the Waterloo volleyball schedule, but this year’s second meeting had a little bit more on the line.
MADISON — With deer hunting season upon us, state officials are encouraging hunters who harvest deer in counties affected by chronic wasting disease to have the animal tested for CWD, and only consume venison from deer in which CWD is not detected. Testing options are also available in other…
BELLEVILLE – As far as defensive performances go, nights don’t get much better than the one the Marshall football team had against Belleville in Friday’s 13-7 win, the Cardinals’ first of the season.
The final week of the 18-hole Eclectic event at LRCC has ended. April Mickelson had a combined three-round best of 55 after the handicap was deducted. In second place was Cindy Hartman with a 59 and third place Jan Tremain with a 60. First flight low net and low putts for today was Jan Trema…
MILWAUKEE — Waterloo’s volleyball team placed 11th out of 28 teams at the highly competitive Eastbay Charger Rally at the Milwaukee Sting Center on Saturday. The field featured 11 teams in Division 1, five teams in Divsion 2 and two teams in Division 3 that were ranked in the recent state co…
After going winless in their first four non-conference games, the Marshall football team was hoping to start their conference schedule with a win.
POYNETTE — Marshall had another pair of strong performances on Sept. 12 at the Poynette Invitational, with both its girls and boys teams finishing second in the Small Schools Division.