WILLIAMS BAY — While the Packers and Bears were facing off Sept. 5 in their historic football rivalry, a couple of Walworth County rivals were hitting the hardwood.

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WILLIAMS BAY — While the Packers and Bears were facing off Sept. 5 in their historic football rivalry, a couple of Walworth County rivals were hitting the hardwood.

The Big Foot Chiefs finally got a chance to play on their new turf field Sept. 6, after months of inclement weather caused construction delays that led to the team’s first game being held at Delavan-Darien High School.

The 2018 Badger boys soccer team was a young group, with 14 of the 22 players being juniors or younger. However, the seniors who were on the team were crucial ones, including top scorers Cole Goff and Zack Simmons, both of whom have since graduated.

To say Big Foot/Williams Bay’s soccer co-op was the youngest team in the area last year is not a stretch. With only four seniors on the squad, and six freshmen and five sophomores, underclassmen vastly outnumbered the experienced team leaders.

With construction delays at Big Foot, the team’s soccer fields were not ready for the Big Foot/Williams Bay co-op to host its annual men’s soccer tournament. So Badger, a yearly competitor, stepped in to host the Sept. 7 event.

The Badger girls golf team made the trip Sept. 3 up to the University Ridge golf course in Madison — the site of the annual state tournament — for the Brookfield Central Invitational. With 12 of the state’s top teams in attendance, the Badgers finished in an impressive ninth place, as they g…

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