Owen-Withee graduate Brianna Simington is like many other senior athletes in our viewing area. Her senior softball season was canceled due to COVID-19, but that isn’t stopping Simington from embracing everything life has thrown at her and people in her community.
Oscar Telschow had a spectacular career in track and field at Stratford. His senior season was cut short, but along the way he found a new calling in life, and a way to make a lot of kids happy during a difficult time.
The Marshfield girls’ soccer team made it to state for the first time last year. The Tigers were led by Nina Hashimoto, whose high school playing days are over. But her next stop will include soccer, and she's had quite the life journey to get there.
The Newman Catholic Cardinals have been to state three straight years in girls basketball thanks in part to their seniors, but one senior is trying to be remembered for more than her contributions on the court.
Through her history on the Greyhounds basketball team, Remi went on to score 1,000 career points. Which is something that her brother and her mother did during their careers on the Loyal basketball team.
The Medford Red Raiders are off to a scorching hot 7-0 start. With a total of 1,219 rushing yards and 20 rushing touchdowns, it's safe to say that running back Ean Wilson did his fair share to help get his team into the playoff picture.
Last winter, we brought you the story of then D.C. Everest junior Alex Stumpner, whose battle with a rare skin disease prevented him from playing football for the last four years. Now, we bring you his tale of triumph, and overcoming the odds.
For the first time in program history, the Colby girl's basketball team will be headed to state. The team features a number of talented players, including junior Hailey Voelker. We get to know her with this week's Hello My Name Is.