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WSN Illustrated - Fall 2014 issue packed with features, photos, and much more

09/24/2014, 10:00am CDT
By WSN

To view the online version of the Fall 2014 issue of WSN Illustrated, click here.

The latest issue of the popular WSN Illustrated magazine is available to view online right now and will be arriving in schools and mailboxes around the state very soon. The magazine, founded by Laura Ritchie and now under the WisSports.net umbrella, features articles highlighting some of the top teams and athletes for the fall sports of football, boys soccer, girls volleyball, boys volleyball, cross country, girls tennis, girls golf, and girls swimming.

WSN Football Editor Travis Wilson breaks down the top teams in the Contender Report, and provides the Top 50 Seniors. Small School Sleepers are also highlighted. 

Watch Lists for the WSN Senior Football Awards are available as well.

A 9-page photo spread of the spring and summer state championships provides a look back at the amazing accomplishments and moments from those events.

Readers can also find a recap of the final standings for the 2013-2014 WSN Cup and Nicholas Kartos' Buzzer Beater column.

The online version of the magazine allows the reader to browse through the issue, zoom in on articles or pages for further exploration, print out select pages, and even download a PDF version.

To view the online version of the Fall 2014 issue of WSN Illustrated, click here.
 

WSN Illustrated is a publication designed to positively promote high school student-athletes across the state of Wisconsin. It is the only magazine in the state that is dedicated 100% to Wisconsin high school athletes. WSNi is published four times during the school year with 10-20 copies distributed free to every high school in the state for a total circulation of over 10,000. For more information on the magazine including links to past issues, to purchase a current copy, and to submit story ideas, click here.

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