It was quite a busy last week for the Sparta boys' soccer. The Spartans had a match Thursday, September 30 versus a difficult New Richmond squad. Then, just a couple of days later, the squad had a match against Wisconsin Rapids in Wisconsin Rapids. The team went 0-2 in those matches.
Holmen shut Sparta out in three sets (25-22, 25-13, 25-17) to clinch a share of the MVC title in a conference matchup Tuesday, October 5.
The Tomah volleyball team finished out their season set against La Crosse Central with a 3 sets to 1 win on Tuesday, October 5.
The Tomah boys' soccer team (7-2-3) were given their second loss on the season Tuesday, October 5 by Onalaska (13-2-2). The score of the match was 3-1.
Playoff season has come and gone for the Sparta girls tennis team. They competed in the sub-sectionals of the state tournament this past Monday.
For the first time in two years, the Brookwood volleyball team was able to celebrate a win over a Scenic Bluffs opponent.
The Tomah football team will travel to face West Salem Friday night for the second-to-last week of the regular season.
The Cashton football program’s ascendence over the past several years has taken them to heights not seen by the Eagles in quite some time. Another win Thursday night brings them to a place they haven’t been this century.
After a long weekend full of tennis, the Sparta girls tennis team looked to be in the winner's circle yet again after facing conference rival, the La Crosse Aquinas.
On Tuesday, September 14, the Tomah boys soccer team earned a 3-0 road win against West Salem.
The Spartan football team has been playing with their foot on the gas pedal and show no signs of slowing down. After a dominating win over arch-rival Tomah last week, the Spartans extended their winning streak to three games. However, the Spartans will level up their competition in each of the remaining five weeks of play in the regular season, starting with a homecoming tilt with the MVC co-leaders, West Salem.
The Cashton Eagles are off to exactly the kind of start they envisioned coming into the season. While they won’t face any Scenic Bluffs title race implications in Week 5, they will get a strong non-conference test that can serve as another measuring stick of where they stand.
Cashton freshman Mateya Kaduc is making a strong first impression in her high school cross country career.
At last week’s cross country meet in Viroqua, Brookwood runners were represented well among top-10 finishers.
After COVID-19 thwarted their annual meeting in 2020, the Sparta Spartans and Tomah Timberwolves are all set to renew their rivalry this Friday.
Still early in the season the Tomah Timberwolves girl’s tennis team was a relaxed group as they found their place for a team picture. That is a quality Tomah coach Ben Bannan hopes this …
The senior-laden Necedah football team is hoping to have a breakout season of sorts this fall. They’ll get a heck of a measuring stick this Friday against the class of the Scenic Bluffs Conference.
Coming off of a tough match up against a good Baldwin-Woodville team, the Spartan football team was looking to catch its first victory of the season in a week two match up against Mauston.
On Tuesday, the Tomah high school’s girls volleyball team took on the Sparta Spartans in an exciting five-set match.
With summer fun coming to an end and kids of all ages beginning to go back to school, there is a light at the end of the dark tunnel - FOOTBALL IS BACK!