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The Nicolet Knights boys volleyball team is now one win away from their third consecutive trip to the State Championship Tournament.
Five individuals from Whitefish Bay and four relay teams qualified for the WIAA state track and field meet during Thursday's sectional at Sussex Hamilton.
Brookfield East's hopes for a third consecutive boys track and field state title rest heavily on its relay teams, all four of which qualified for the WIAA state meet during Thursday's Waukesha North Sectional.
The Milwaukee Hamilton girls fastpitch softball team had just 20 minutes to warm up as they arrived late to the Little League Complex Tuesday, but the game was essentially over in less than 20 minutes.
Enough to give the Indian coaching staff hope for something of a renaissance along the lines of the grand days of 2009 and 2010.
Bob Suter, left, and Dale Barry put on baseball uniforms again at the Janesville Craig-Janesville Parker Big Eight Conference game Tuesday night at Riverside Park.
A week after winning the Woodland Conference title, Greendale sophomore Abby Jankowski added a regional crown to her resume.
Brookfield East's first doubles Ben Stewart and his partner Jimmy Engelhart finished second May 15 in the Greater Metro Conference tournament at Brookfield East.
Defending Champ Neumann 2nd In 100 And 200 Meters Local track teams will be well represented in Thursday's Division 2 sectional in Little Chute as the Peshtigo Bulldogs saw six individuals and three relay teams finish in the top four Monday in Regional action in Freedom.
Warrriors catcher Ryan Neil flips over River Falls' Bucky Rudesill after force-out at the plate in third inning of Monday's first game.
Waunakee played two games Tuesday at Murphy Field. Sort of. First, they resumed play of last Monday's game, which was tied 3-3 in the 9th inning, then suspended due to weather.
And the grand prize at the end of the game was a Wisconsin Little Ten Conference championship for her and the Oconomowoc girls soccer team.
"It's nice having a lot of multi-sport guys out," he said the night after the Knights took their celebratory lap after they won their third straight Southeast Conference Outdoor title May 14.
Greenfield's young track stars were bright once again, this time at Monday's WIAA regional meet at South Milwaukee.
A glimpse at the programs' up-and-coming talent as well as a look back to yesteryear should provide that touch tonight.
Division 1: 1. Cedarburg; 2. Waunakee; 3. Menomonee Falls; 4. Germantown; 5. Waukesha West; 6. Oregon; 7. Brookfield Central; 8. Arrowhead; 9. Madison Memorial; 10.