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 …
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 WIAA recently released its regional and sectional assignments for the 2020-21 season and there is one significant change that will affect one area team.
For many of the same reasons Kaitlyn Gehler loved her time at the University of Memphis, Gehler decided she wanted a change of scenery.
STEVENS POINT — The University of Wisconsin-Madison announced it is extending the cancellation of campus events through June 30, which eliminates the possibility of conducting the WIAA State Tournaments scheduled at campus venues this spring.
Marshall High School participated in the #BeTheLight national campaign on Friday, April 10, illuminating the track/football complex. The #BeTheLight campaign recognizes and salutes the seniors of the Class of 2020, along with all the students at Marshall Public Schools, showing them that the…
MADISON — The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board voted unanimously for the Department of Natural Resources to move forward with proposed rules for the 2020 migratory bird season framework and regulations. Thanks to input from hunters and new scientific research, Wisconsin will see some notabl…
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order recognizes outdoor activity as an essential activity. As such, the 2020 Spring Turkey Season will proceed without changes to the season dates or management zones under the Safer at Home order.
In accordance to the “Safer at Home” initiative by Gov. Tony Evers and by order of the Waterloo Police Department, all parks outdoor equipment (basketball courts, disc golf, shelters, baseball/softball fields etc.) and playgrounds will be closed until April 24.
Former Marshall boys basketball standout Adam Link has been named to the 2019-20 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) All-Sportsmanship Team. Link, a senior guard at UW-Eau Claire, appeared in 26 games this season where he scored 28 points and grabbed 25 rebounds. Link helped…
Effective immediately, all Learn to Hunt classroom and hunt dates scheduled between March 16 and March 31 have been cancelled due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. As many know, there is an increased risk of exposure to COVID-19 in group settings and in close-quarter situations.
The 2020 WBCA Division 3 all-state team features four repeat selections: Ella Diny of Wrightstown, Callie Genke of Freedom, Anna Lutz of Marshall and Sami Martin of Platteville.
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BARABOO — It’s long been said that defense wins championships and Platteville proved that in Saturday’s WIAA Division 3 girls basketball sectional championship game against two-time defending state champion Marshall.
On the back of a hot shooting night from Cole Denniston, the Marshall boys’ basketball team ended their regular season with a big win to carry momentum into the postseason.
BELLEVILLE — Senior forward Royce Clark scored 24 points to lead five players in double figures as Belleville defeated Waterloo’s boys basketball team 86-65 in the regular-season finale for both teams on Thursday.
While Juan Alonso represented Waterloo at the 77th WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament Feb. 27-29 the program itself was on full display. Waterloo’s wrestling mat was one of six chosen to be on the Kohl Center floor.
MADISON — Marshall senior Dylan Horstmeyer suffered a 2 minute, 49 second pin to Cadott’s Brady Spaethe in the Division 3 170-pound championship match Saturday night in the 77th WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament held at The Kohl Center.
MADISON - After two years of frustration Marshall senior Dylan Horstmeyer got the monkey off his back winning his first match at the WIAA State Wrestling Tournament Thursday at the Kohl Center.