Dane Nelson left his mark in Milton.
Often referred to as 'Doc,' Ethan Haefner carved up opponents last season for Milton High's boys baseball team and was set up for a huge season in 2020.
Area golf courses had several restrictions lifted on Wednesday, April 29, which has helped business, according to Oak Ridge Golf Course owner Kirk Wieland.
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater golf team was granted a special waiver Tuesday for its seniors to compete next season — giving former Milton athlete CheyAnn Knudsen and former Milton coach Andrea Wieland one more chance to win an NCAA Division III women’s golf championship.
Sixteen golf enthusiasts, including three brothers and other friends since high school, get together every Sunday morning--weather permitting--to play 18 holes at Janesville's Riverside Golf Course, followed by whatever shenanigans may occur at a local watering hole.
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.
Both the Rock River and Home Talent leagues were scheduled to begin play Sunday, May 3, but they now--like all other sports leagues--they must wait and see what the coronavirus pandemic means for their seasons.
STEVENS POINT — The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced it is extending the cancellation of campus events through June 30, 2020, which eliminates the possibility of conducting the WIAA state tournaments scheduled at campus venues this spring.
Rawlings and Perfect Game named Milton sophomore Keegan Knutson a preseason high school baseball all-American to recognize the top underclassmen in the country.
Golf courses in Wisconsin closed Wednesday under Gov. Tony Evers' "safer at home" order. Many golfers and some course operators wonder why the courses cannot remain open with safety and social distancing measures in place.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control voted to cancel the 2020 Annual Meeting and to delay making a determination on the continuation or cancellation of the spring sports seasons and tournaments at a special meeting today.
From the Milton gymnastics team earning a berth to the state meet, to the Milton boys basketball team having its best season in over a decade, the Milton High School winter sports season produced a few standout stats.
I have consistently received two questions since coronavirus essentially knocked out all sports at every level for the foreseeable future.
No decisions have been made on the postponement or cancelation of the Milton High School spring sports season because of the outbreak of COVID-19, according to Milton High School Athletic Director Brian Hammil.
General admission tickets will not be available for the WIAA Boys State Basketball tournament, UW-Madison announced Thursday morning.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, in accordance with policies and guidance from public health organizations and the World Health Organization for mass gatherings, will be limiting attendance at the remainder of all winter tournament events scheduled March 12-14 and March 19-21.
Freshman Hannah Dunk and sophomore Ireland Olstad both tied for 14th place in their respective events at the WIAA Division 1 individual state gymnastics meet Saturday, March 7, in Wisconsin Rapids.
In its first state meet in nine seasons, the Milton/Edgerton gymnastics team took sixth at the WIAA Division 1 state gymnastics meet Friday, March 6, in Wisconsin Rapids.
Junior Sam Burdette knocked down a pair of 3-pointers to start the second half to give the Milton boys basketball team an eight-point lead, but Westosha Central still managed to outscore the Red Hawks 36-19 the final 18 minutes to earn a 70-57 win in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal Frid…
A 5-2 loss to the Middleton Co-op Lynx in the WIAA girls hockey state semifinals Thursday, March 5, was the ultimate somber occasion for the Rock County Fury.
A late surge at the end of the first half helped Waukesha West beat Milton, 71-55, in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal game Friday, Feb. 28, in Waukesha.
The Milton boys basketball team finished its best-ever Badger South Conference season with a 72-58 loss to Monroe Thursday, Feb. 27, at Monroe High School.