The Bangor Cardinals have been knocking at the door of the state baseball tournament for a while now. Thanks to an unconventional pitching strategy, excellence on the mound and a timely offensive explosion, that door has finally been forcefully broken down.
There is no question that we’re currently living in the golden age of Bangor boys’ basketball. A sustained run like Bangor’s is a product of a whole host of contributors over the years, but there has been one particular constant that has served as a thread line woven through each team during this incredible run: the presence of the Reader brothers.
This season had the potential to be a sea change type of year for Bangor football. The Cardinals bid farewell to longtime coaches Rick Muellenberg and Kevin Kravik — who oversaw the program’s continuing golden age — and entered the fall with the most legit challenger to their Scenic Bluffs throne in years in the form of Cashton.
On a rainy Monday at University Ridge Golf Course, the Tomah girls’ golf team saw their highest expectations for their state appearance fall by the wayside in the tough conditions.
After a long weekend full of tennis, the Sparta girls tennis team looked to be in the winner's circle yet again after facing conference rival, the La Crosse Aquinas.
This year, the Norwalk Lions Club will host its 55th annual tractor pull, which is quite the feat considering several of the clubs original members never in their wildest dreams thought that a tractor pull could be such a success.
No matter what the day brought him, good or bad, Joel Konze always made each and every day the best he could. When asked how he was or how his day was going, Konze would always respond, “Best day ever.”
Coming off a shared conference championship and regional title triumphs, Bangor and Royall are set for a rubber match with potentially historic implications. In their first meeting of the …