Injured in the Waukesha parade attack, a pair of Waukesha South High School baseball players returned to the field for the first time Wednesday.
What happens when a judge gets involved in a ruling that affects the WIAA basketball playoffs.
The WIAA is calling on state high schools to stop taking issues over officiating to the courts. St. Thomas More sued to get back into the playoffs.
St. Thomas More High School in Milwaukee went to court on Wednesday, March 9 – fighting to get its team back on the basketball court – and the school is getting that chance.
Sophia Brynman-Metcalf jumped into her father's arms, after winning her 126-pound weight class and claiming the first WIAA girls wrestling state title and first for her high school.
Police and school officials say Teddy Balkind fell to the ice during Thursday's game and the other player was unable to stop, resulting in a collision.
Sacred Heart Academy issued a statement apologizing for Monday’s blowout, saying the game didn't reflect the school’s values.
Greendale High School named on Monday, Dec. 20 Jermaine Murry as its permanent head football coach.
In a battle of the unbeatens, Franklin knocked off Sun Prairie 38-17 in the Division 1 State Championship game Friday at Camp Randall Stadium.
For the first time in school history, Pewaukee won the state championship after a 15-6 victory over Rice Lake in the Division 3 title game.
Catholic Memorial repeated as state champion on Thursday with a 21-12 win over Ellsworth in the Division 5 title bout.
Could a severe ref shortage put an end to high school sports?
The 2021 fall high school football season is underway for some in Wisconsin, but some teams have already canceled games due to COVID-19.
What are the implications for sports officials after a Racine County judge issues a reversal over a controversial high school wrestling call?
Greenfield defensive end Jalonnie Williams was meant to play football. However, that almost didn’t happen.
In just a few hours, area high school football teams will kick off their seasons. The pandemic pushed back the fall sport to the spring.
The COVID-19 pandemic altered the landscape of high school sports in Wisconsin.
An amendment to be voted on in May would create a penalty for ejected high school sports spectators, requiring them to miss the next competition.
While media were not allowed inside, it was clear from outside the Wisconsin Center that Saturday was one of the busiest days downtown Milwaukee has seen in months.
Emeria McPherson not only helps take care of two young foster children at home, but she also volunteers at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee, where she first started playing basketball.