In just a few weeks high school football players around Northeast Wisconsin will hit the field to prepare for the upcoming season, but some teams are getting a head start with seven-on-seven tournaments.
For the second straight year Bay Port, Notre Dame, and Kimberly returned to the state tournament at Fox Cities Stadium. Local 5 Sports' Eric Boynton recaps the WIAA State Baseball Tournament.
Cole Van Lanen, one of the top recruits in the state, verbally committed to play college football at the University of Wisconsin on Saturday.
An early run by the Racoons came back to haunt Bay Port, as the Pirates were unable to answer in a pitchers' duel in the division one quarterfinals.
Bay Port, Kimberly and Notre Dame will all be making return trips to the WIAA State Baseball Tournament after claiming sectional championships Tuesday.
The Bay Port and Freedom boys track & field teams claimed state championships in La Crosse on Saturday. Get all the medalists from Northeast Wisconsin at the second and final day of the WIAA State Track & Field Meet here.
Kimberly, Bay Port, and New London came away with sectional championship victories over conference rivals on Thursday.
Bay Port junior Cole Van Lanen is pushing off decisions on his Division 1 football future during a record-setting run in track and field.
Bay Port rallied late to get past Notre Dame on the softball field, while De Pere soccer stayed perfect in dramatic fashion against the Tritons in a pair of first vs. second place FRCC games Thursday.
The Bay Port Pirates held off a late rally by Ashwaubenon to remain perfect in the FRCC. Meanwhile in the FVA, Kimberly came back to knock off fourth ranked Appleton North. Local 5 Sports Director Burke Griffin breaks down the highlights from the pair of big conference match-ups.