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9/26/2016 - Marquette boys soccer beats the #1 team in the country and a look back at Week 6 on the gridiron


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9/21/2016 - Weekly coaches polls for football, girls volleyball and boys soccer

9/19/2016 - Eye-popping stats on the gridiron and teams start to secure their spots in the playoffs

9/14/2016 - The Badgers snag a big-time hoops recruit and a huge weekend looms on the gridiron

9/12/2016 - A shocker in the VFA plus the first girls volleyball coaches poll of the season is out

9/7/2016 - Updated Coaches Polls and a top boys hoops player will head to the Ivy League

9/5/2016 - A shocker in the Classic Eight headlines a busy Week 3 on the gridiron

8/31/2016 - New football coaches polls are out plus a state hoops star will head to Marquette

8/29/2016 - Running backs run wild in Week 2 football and a defending volleyball champ rebounds over the weekend

8/24/2016 - Defending champs square off on the gridiron plus volleyball and boys soccer get underway

8/22/2016 - What a wild and weird opening week of the high school football season

8/17/2016 - A top hoops player makes his commitment plus storylines to watch in the 2016 football season

8/15/2016 - More fall sports get underway plus a look at what to watch for on the gridiron in Week 1

8/10/2016 - A look at some of the top players this season as the first high school football games are just a week away

8/8/2016 - Preseason notes and a couple teams having to cancel their seasons as the 2016-17 sports year gets underway