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State Football Championships plus several other sports find new TV home beginning this fall

10/13/2023, 11:00pm CDT

From WKOW (Madison):

27 News along with the WIAA Statewide TV Network is excited to announce we’ll be expanding our WIAA sports coverage.

The WIAA Statewide TV Network includes WKOW (Madison), WQOW (Eau Claire), WXOW (La Crosse), WAOW (Wausau) along with partners WCWF (Green Bay) and WMLW (Milwaukee.)

In addition to the Boys and Girls Basketball Tournament and Boys and Girls Hockey Championships, the Network will now also produce and broadcast high school Championship games for Football, Boys and Girls Soccer, Boys and Girls Volleyball, Boys and Girls Wrestling, Softball and Baseball.

  • November 4, 2023, Boys Soccer - Uihlein Soccer Park, MKE (tape delayed airs the 5th)
  • November 4, 2023, Boys and Girls Volleyball - Resch Center, Green Bay
  • November 16-17, 2023, Football - Camp Randall Stadium, Madison
  • February 24, 2024, Boys and Girls Wrestling - Kohl Center, Madison
  • June 8, 2024, Softball - Goodman Diamond, Madison
  • June 13, 2024, Baseball - Fox Cities Stadium, Grand Chute
  • June 15, 2024, Girls Soccer - Uihlein Soccer Park, Milwaukee

In addition to live broadcasts seen on WKOW.2 (Catchy Comedy - Spectrum Channel 190, TDS Channel 29 and Mediacom Channel 106,) all Championships can be streamed live from or on our 27 News Now App. (Download the app on the Google Play or Apple Store).

WKOW has broadcast the WIAA Hockey Championships for 23 years and the WIAA Basketball Tournaments -- all thirty two games -- for more than 40 years.

"We're very proud to be able to offer the community more high school sports coverage,” said WKOW General Manager Anna Engelhart. "WKOW is thrilled to have the opportunity to bring more local sports to viewers all across Wisconsin."

Todd Clarke, WIAA Director of Communications said everyone at the WIAA is "very excited."

"It's been a great partnership and we look forward to years to come,” Clark said.

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