Tag Archives: All-CWS

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 »

Vote for the CWS Boys Basketball Player of the Year: West Region

By David Keech March 30, 2017 Madison— The All-CWS Boys Basketball Team is a star-studded cast, and with so much talent deserving of recognition, the marking point between our first and second teams was almost like splitting hairs. To decide on the difficult task of selecting our CWS Player of the Year, CWS readers will… Read More »

All-CWS Girls and Boys Basketball teams have abundance of central Wisconsin talent

By David Keech March 28, 2017 Madison— The All-CWS Girls and Boys Basketball teams have been published, and in case you missed them, we recap the teams for central Wisconsin sports fans another time. GIRLS First Team Amber Baehman, Tri-County— Baehman excelled all over the court for TC, leading the Penguins to a sectional berth… Read More »

Maggie Negaard voted CWS Girls Basketball Player of the Year

By David Keech April 25, 2016 Stevens Point – The votes have been cast, and Maggie Negaard of SPASH was voted the CWS Girls Basketball Player of the Year, garnering 494 votes. The Panther sophomore averaged 23.1 points, 5 rebounds, and 2.9 assists per game, and was nearly an unstoppable offensive force for SPASH in… Read More »

Spencer’s Hunter Luepke wins tight race for CWS FB Offensive Player of the Year

By David Keech February 7, 2016 Spencer – In a hotly contested race, Spencer’s Hunter Luepke surged forward and was voted the All-CWS Football Offensive Player of the Year. Luepke received 967 votes, ahead of second place finisher Cooper Henrickson, who garnered 790 votes. Luepke joins Amherst’s Tyler Biadasz, who was voted the CWS Football… Read More »