Category Archives: Marshfield

Velocity Sports Insider 2018 Episode 4

For CWS May 27, 2018 Stevens Point– It’s time once again for the Velocity Sports Insider brought to you by Velocity Clubhouse in Stevens Point.  This week’s episode explores an overlooked aspect of baseball and softball, but one that is crucial to success: the dugout to plate routine. Sit back and enjoy this latest episode!

WVC teams fare poorly in regional playoff seedings

CWS Sports Desk May 25, 2018 The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association released its girls soccer playoff seedings Thursday, with SPASH Panthers’ surprise WVC championship seeming to help their playoff seeding but probably hurting other teams in the conference. Despite tying the region’s ultimate No. 1 seed, Eau Claire Memorial, on Memorial’s home turf in April… Read More »

Miklesh, Donahue share WVC softball Player of Year honor

CWS Sports Desk Photo by Michelle Miklesh May 23, 2018 Stevens Point– Ally Miklesh capped off her brilliant career in the Wisconsin Valley Conference by being named co-player of the year along with Marshfield’s Megan Donahue. Miklesh, a UW-Madison recruit, led SPASH to its 19th consecutive Wisconsin Valley Conference title in 2018.  The Panthers finished 12-0… Read More »

Wausau Tetra Brazil soccer camp scheduled for July 16-20

CWS Sports Desk May 21, 2018 Wausau– Get ready for soccer this summer! Sign up now for the Wausau Tetra Brazil soccer camp.  See the flyer below for details. In this unique camp, the coaches come from Brazil, which is a great experience for the campers. There are also opportunities for families to host a coach… Read More »

Velocity Sports Insider 2018 Episode 3

For CWS May 20, 2018 Stevens Point– Every athlete knows that proper nutrition is key to success on the field. Check out the video below to find out simple ways to maximize your performance by paying attention to what you put into your body. Check CWS each week as the Velocity Insider provides tips on becoming… Read More »

Wausau West claims Valley golf title

CWS Sports Desk May 20, 2018 Wausau– The Wausau West boys golf team held off SPASH in the final leg of the Wisconsin Valley Conference meet to claim the 2018 conference title. West ended with 44 points, edging out SPASH’s 42. On Saturday in the final leg of the WVC meet, West won the meet, while… Read More »

Simpson, Everest continue run with 6-0 victory

CWS Sports Desk May 17, 2018 Marshfield — Maddie Simpson scored four first-half goals as D.C. Everest kept its hold on first place in the Wisconsin Valley Conference with a 6-0 win at Griese Park Thursday. Simpson got unassisted goals in the 13th and 37th minutes and assists from Madisyn Irwin in the 14 and… Read More »

‘Chucks add De La Garza, Hall of St. Mary’s; Stodola and Duddleston of UW Stevens Point to roster

CWS Sports Desk May 17, 2018 Wausau— The Wisconsin Woodchucks have announced that Zach De La Garza and Branson Hall from St. Mary’s University, and Alex Stodola and Tommy Duddleston from UW – Stevens Point, will be joining the roster this summer. De La Garza, a 6’0” left-handed pitcher from San Antonio, TX, will join… Read More »

SPASH boys, girls track take Valley titles

CWS Sports Desk May 16, 2018 Stevens Point– SPASH’s boys and girls track teams took first place in Tuesday’s Wisconsin Valley Conference meet. The girls won with a team score of 185, beating out Wausau West, and the boys earned a team score of 200.5, edging out D.C. Everest. Boys Meet 1. Stevens Point 200½… Read More »

CWS Soccer Roundup: Rivalry Tuesday for SPASH, Rapids

By Steve Hill May 14, 2018 The shakeout begins Tuesday. As has been the case in recent years, the Wisconsin Valley Conference girls soccer table has started to separate into a three-team race, with D.C. Everest, SPASH and Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln occupying the top of the standings. The first big game in a weather-shorted season… Read More »

WIAA announces officials’ years of service milestones

CWS Sports Desk May 14, 2018 Stevens Point— The WIAA has announced its years of service award list, recognizing officials for 50, 40, 30, 20, and 10 years of serving as a licensed WIAA official. “Officials are important partners in the development and delivery of sport opportunities for high school athletes in Wisconsin. Without their… Read More »