There will not be any state track and field medals awarded this season as the annual WIAA meet, which began in 1895, was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic responsible for infecting people with COVID-19.
The 2020 racing season finally kicked off on May 30 at Wisconsin’s Action Track. In front of a packed house, a strong group of racers took the green flag and put on a show that fan’s had been longing for. After the dust settled, last season’s runner-up in the Late Model standings stood tall …
LAKE MILLS — Mountain biking has been climbing as a popular form of recreation as the CamRock Composite bike team has taken root in Jefferson and Dane County over the last decade.
JEFFERSON — One week after announcing its season would be on hold, Jefferson Speedway released its revised schedule for the 2020 season with plans to begin the season at the end of the month.
One week after announcing its season would be on hold, Jefferson Speedway released its revised schedule for the 2020 season with plans to begin the season at the end of the month.
The American Legion’s Department of Wisconsin cancelled the 2020 baseball season due to the coronavirus pandemic. Lake Mills Post 67 cancelled its programming, which included baseball, for 2020.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — As the result of a concerted effort to accommodate the growing number of female wrestlers, the 2020-21 high school wrestling rules changes are headlined by significant adjustments to weigh-in protocol and appropriate hair length requirements.
LAKE MILLS - Many in the Lake Mills community know Pat Hauser from his tenure as a physical education teacher in the district, serving as a head coach for three varsity sports.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Former NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will again come out of retirement to compete for Chip Ganassi Racing as the replacement for fired driver Kyle Larson.
LAKE MILLS — When Tyler Huber was added as an assistant coach to the Johnson Creek coaching staff, it was to add the passing dimension to an already potent offense.
Gov. Tony Evers extended Wisconsin’s Safer-At-Home order on Thursday through May 26, closing all K-12 public and private schools through the remainder of the school year, but the WIAA also put out a statement Thursday noting they have not made a decision on the cancelation of spring sports yet.
Tim Matthies will resign as head coach of the Lakeside Lutheran girls basketball team after 22 seasons in the role, according to a news release Tuesday by Lakeside Lutheran activities director Todd Jahns.
The 2020 high school baseball season is on hold, but in an effort to remain positive and provide recognition for the athletes and teams the preseason rankings from the Baseball Wisconsin Yearbook, the official publication of the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association, have been announced.
The first weekend of Home Talent League baseball, a 41-team amateur baseball league focused in southern Wisconsin, was scheduled to begin the first Sunday in May.
Golfing around the state has been officially suspended after Gov. Evers clarified on March 25 that golf courses are considered non-essential businesses and therefore must remain closed until “Safer at Home” restrictions are lifted.
Lake Mills junior point guard Julianna Wagner won Capitol North Player of the Year honors for the second consecutive season and Luther Prep sophomore forward Grace Schmidt was also a first-team selection for the second time.
Lake Mills junior forwards Charlie Bender and Adam Moen and senior guard Mike Herrington each were selected first-team all-conference in Capitol North Conference boys basketball voting held recently.
Former Lakeside Lutheran basketball standout Cam Kuepers has been named to the 2019-20 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference all-conference men’s basketball second team. Kuepers, a junior guard, appeared in all 30 games (starting 29) and averaged 11.9 points and 3 rebounds per game. …
The new Lakeside Bowling club was a co-op team comprised of students from Lakeside Lutheran in Lake Mills and Lake Mills High School. The team won three matches and placed 4th in the division 2 standings. Shown from back left: Nick Peterson, Austin Schwab, Connor Slattery. Font: coach Tom Ho…
GREEN BAY — The lead went back and forth over an 8-minute stretch in the second half, but Wrightstown pulled away in the final minute to earn a 62-54 victory over Lake Mills in a WIAA Division 3 state semifinal on Thursday at Resch Center in Green Bay.
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LAKE MILLS — Second-seeded Wrightstown and third-seeded Lake Mills are each 24-2 and both have spent a bulk of the season in the top five of the Division 3 Associated Press Poll for girls basketball.