More than 100 cyclists rode on a three-day, 150-mile path from northern Illinois through Walworth County during the June 8-9 weekend to raise $130,000 for the American Lung Association. (Contributed photo/Regional News) 


In recent years, the Badger boys golf team has been one of the best golf teams in southern Wisconsin, making the state meet for five years straight and nine of the 13 seasons that Dave DeShambo has been coach.

When the state’s top track and field athletes took over La Crosse from May 31 to June 1 for the annual state championship, a pair of local runners were among the crowd. But both had different goals once they got there.

WAUKESHA — After winning their first sectional title since 2016, the Big Foot/Williams Bay girls soccer team earned themselves a chance to face Catholic Memorial, the state’s Division 3 juggernaut.

Two youth teams from the SCW Walworth soccer club won the Wisconsin President’s Cup tournament on June 2, earning a berth in the Midwest President’s Cup in Overland Park, Kansas, on June 13 to 17.

After picking up a big upset in a 3-0 first-round win over Whitewater, the Big Foot baseball team made it two upsets in a row May 28 by defeating Jefferson 1-0 in extra innings in Jefferson.

Badger’s baseball team earned a nine-seed in its regional bracket, setting up a May 28 road matchup against Southern Lakes Conference foe Westosha Central. However, sloppy field conditions in Salem moved the game to Badger’s home field, even though the Badgers remained the away team.

Three Big Foot seniors have announced their intentions to continue their athletic careers at the next level. From left to right, soccer player Abby Peterson, basketball player Logan Eischeid and volleyball player Sophia Foster pose with their ball of choice. Peterson will attend Virginia Wes…

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