Wausau

Recent Wausau Area Sports Stories

  • CWS Sports Desk March 24, 2019 Wausau— Take a look at the Athlete of the Week candidates and vote today! Voting ends on Wednesday at approximately 5 p.m. If you come across a great performance this upcoming week and feel that an individual (or two) should be recognized, shoot us a tweet @centralwisco or drop us a

  • From the WIAA March 14, 2019 Madison– The 104th Annual Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Boys Basketball State Tournament will take place Thursday-Saturday, March 14-16, at the Kohl Center on the campus of the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wis. HOW TO GET TICKETS: Ticket prices for the tourney are $10 per session (two games in a

  • By David Keech March 13, 2019 Green Bay– Sydnee Roby of Milwaukee King and Natalie McNeal of Germantown highlight the 2019 WBCA all-state team as the lone unanimous selections. Repeat selections are Roby, McNeal and Natalie Andersen of Mukwonago. Roby led Milwaukee King to a 21-4 record and sectional final appearance. The 6-foot-3 senior averaged 14.6

  • CWS Sports Desk March 10, 2019 Wausau– The Wisconsin Woodchucks are introducing two Mizzou players to their 2019 roster. Freshman, Cameron Swanger, and Sophomore, Mark Vierling, will be joining the Woodchucks in the upcoming season. Cameron Swanger, a 6’5”, 210 lb. freshman grew up in Loveland, Ohio and was All-American three years in a row

  • By David Keech March 4, 2019 Madison– The final WIAA Boys 3-Point Challenge Leaderboard is out, with players in 5 divisions making the end of season Top 10. Division 2 finds two area players ranked at the top. Casey Kowalski of Mosinee and Ryan LaCerte of Mosinee ended the season in the top two spots.

  • From the WIAA March 2, 2019 Wisconsin Rapids– The 2019 State Gymnastics Championships concluded with the crowning of individual champions in four events and an all-around competition in two divisions Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids. In Division 1, junior Gracie Holland of Marshfield won the all-around competition with a score of 37.267, edging out last year’s

  • By David Keech March 2, 2019 Schofield– For the Wausau West Warriors, Saturday’s sectional final against top seeded Kimberly seemed just like any other playoff game. The #7 seed had nothing to lose, and was playing arguably its best basketball of the season. Despite the Papermakers’ effort to pull away, West kept it close throughout,

  • CWS Sports Desk From the NFHS February 27, 2019 Green Bay — An overhaul of uniform-related rules and an adjustment to team roster submissions were among the most notable rules changes identified for the 2019-20 high school volleyball season. All rules changes were recommended by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Volleyball

  • CWS Sports Desk February 25, 2019 Wausau– The Wisconsin Woodchucks are announcing the first two players of their 2019 roster. Freshman, T.J. Reeves (OF) at Alabama University and junior, Brandon Seltzer (OF) at Palm Beach Atlantic University will be joining the Woodchucks in the upcoming season. T.J. Reeves, a 5’11”, 200 lb. freshman from Alabama

  • CWS Sports Desk February 24, 2019 Wausau– The Wausau RiverWolves of the North American 3 Hockey League are proud to announce that forward Janne Rukamp has committed to play Division 1 (ACHA) college hockey at Iowa State University. Rukamp, a native of De Pere, Wisconsin has played in 55 games over the past two seasons

  • CWS Sports Desk February 24, 2019 Madison– Area Division 1 wrestlers took to the mat Saturday as the WIAA State Wrestling Tournament wound down, and multiple wrestlers found their way to the podium. Leading the way was Sam Mitchell of Marshfield, who claimed the 195 pound title with a 5-4 decision over Brooks Empey of

  • CWS Sports Desk February 23, 2019 Wausau– The Wisconsin Woodchucks are excited to announce Ronnie Richardson as the new Field Manager for the upcoming 2019 season. Ronnie is no stranger to the Wisconsin Woodchucks as he served as an Assistant Coach in 2017.  He then took one year off from college baseball to head back to