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Both Badger and Big Foot/Williams Bay competed in a subsectional tennis meet held at Badger on Oct. 7, and the two teams dominated the competition. All seven of Badger’s flights will advance to the sectional round, while five of the seven BFWB flights will, with their only losses coming to B…

Badger's girls swim team had a strong performance Oct. 1 when they took on Edgerton, beating the Crimson Tide 217-70. 

It was another week, another top-flight foe for the Williams Bay eight-man football team. The Bulldogs traveled up to Belmont on Oct. 4 to face a Braves squad that came into the game with a 5-1 record and a punishing running attack that had racked up about 1,700 yards.

Big Foot might have had its toughest matchup of the season Oct. 4 when the Chiefs made a road trip to face Evansville.

Williams Bay’s volleyball team continued the season with a conference game and a trip to the Rio Volleyball Tournament this past week.

Badger’s volleyball team has had an up-and-down season so far, and the past week was no different. After falling to perennial Southern Lakes Conference front-runner Burlington, the Badgers bounced back with a hard-fought victory over Kenosha Tremper.

WALWORTH — Last season’s Big Foot volleyball team finished strong, winning seven of its final eight regular-season matches, winning a playoff match and nearly pulling off a second-round playoff upset as well.

Last fall, the Badger girls golf team had the best postseason in school history, setting a school record for team scoring, as well as winning its first regional meet and making its first trip to the state tournament.

Badger’s boys and girls cross-country teams competed at different meets this past weekend, with the boys heading up to Wisconsin Dells on Oct. 4 and the girls traveling to University of Wisconsin-Parkside in Kenosha for a meet the next day.

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