Category Archives: Cloverwood

From the Braintrust: Bunting is neanderthal, bad baseball

From the Braintrust By David Keech April 14, 2019 St. Louis, MO— For way too long, baseball managers have done what they think is right. Using strategy that they felt made sense, managers have chosen to use the bunt to do what everyone wants, improve their chances to win. The facts show, however, that bunting… Read More »

WIAA and WFCA realignment plans result in Marawood/Cloverwood makeover for 2020

By David Keech March 28, 2019 Madison— The proposed changes announced by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and the WIAA for 2020 mean big changes are in store for the Cloverwood and Marawood. The new conference, with a yet to be named Conference label, has three teams from the Marawood: Auburndale, Marathon,  and Edgar; four… Read More »

Northern Wisconsin Basketball Officiating Clinic spots filling up fast

For CWS JUNE 21–23, 2019 – RIVER FALLS, WISCONSIN “Officials Helping Officials” About the Camp: Since 2005, the Northern Wisconsin Basketball Officiating Camp (NWBOC) has provided classroom and on-court instruction to officials who wanted to improve and grow in their officiating. The camp teaches officiating principles and philosophies that apply at any level. Camp clinicians… Read More »

40-Second Play Clock, State Option for Postseason Instant Replay among changes in High School Football

For CWS March 27,  2019  Indianapolis, IN  — In an effort to establish a more consistent time period between downs in high school football, the play clock will start at 40 seconds instead of 25 seconds in many cases beginning with the 2019 season. This change was one of seven rules revisions recommended by the… Read More »

2019 All-CWS Football Recap – Best of the Best: Butt, Bacon, Aguilera, Lindell, Schoenherr, Birkenholz, Guden, Flink

By David Keech March 7, 2019 Madison— Taking a look back, a wrap up of the 2019 All-CWS Football Team, chosen by fans from throughout central Wisconsin and beyond: QB Carson Butt Edgar Marawood All Marawood 1st Team, Marawood Back of the Year WR/TE Austin Bacon Spencer/Columbus Cloverbelt All Cloverbelt 1st Team, WFCA All Region… Read More »

Abbotsford’s Aguilera voted CWS Running Back of the Year

By David Keech February 24, 2019 Abbotsford— In a tightly contested race, central Wisconsin football fans selected Abbotsford’s Joe Aguilera as the 2018 CWS Running Back of the Year. Aguilera’s 373 votes edged out second place finisher Nash Coombs of Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln. Marshfield’s Brant Bohman finished in third place.      

Wisconsin Football Coaches Association announces Spring Clinic lineup; Owen-Withee’s Terry Laube to be inducted into HOF

For CWS February 13, 2019 Madison— The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association has announced its Spring Clinic, to be held March 28-30 the Marriott West in Middleton. 43RD ANNUAL FOOTBALL CLINIC March 28, 29, 30, 2019 – The Marriott Madison West – Middleton, Wisconsin WFCA Clinic and Membership online registration is now available! Online registration is strongly recommended and preferred. The… Read More »

Spencer/Columbus receiver Bacon voted 2018 CWS wide receiver/tight end of the Year

CWS Sports Desk February 3, 2019 Spencer— Central Wisconsin sports fans have spoken loudly, coming out in large nunbers to vote for the 2018 CWS Tight end / wide receiver of the year of the year. Austin Bacon of Spencer / Columbus picked up 850 votes to earn the title for the 2018 season. Brock… Read More »

CWS Super Bowl 53 Prop Bet Challenge Contest: RESULTS

By David Keech February 5, 2019 Atlanta— Our CWS Super Bowl 53 Prop Bets Challenge is in the books. Take a look at how our three competitors fared in this year’s fun contest. Brian Kalish: $890 Taking a bet on the underdog that the game would NOT have a two point conversion propelled Kalish to… Read More »

Mosinee’s Lindell voted the 2018 CWS Offensive Lineman of the Year

By David Keech February 1, 2019 Mosinee-– Voters came out in huge numbers to support offensive linemen in central Wisconsin,  voting for the best lineman of 2018. Spirited voting saw Mosinee’s Grant Lindell earn the title as the 2018 CWS Lineman of the Year. Lindell picked up 997 votes from fans. Finishing second was Logan… Read More »

Fan vote: 2018 CWS Offensive Lineman of the Year

CWS Sports Desk January 28, 2019 Madison— The 2018 CWS Football Awards have seen some spirited battles on the defensive side of the ball, and now it’s time for fans to select the offensive players of the year. We begin with the fan vote for the 2018 CWS Offensive Lineman of the Year, and it’s… Read More »