Wausau East

Wausau East High School

Website: Wausau West Home Page
Address: 2607 North 18th Street
Mascot: Lumberjack
Athletic Director: Michael Pernsteiner
Principal: Bradley Peck
Conference: Valley Conference

Recent Wausau East Sports Stories

  • CWS Sports Desk October 30, 2018 Wausau– Central Wisconsin Sports Network, LLC, (CWS) will be expanding coverage of local prep sports to include Wausau-area schools through a partnership with Wausau Pilot and Review. Starting in November 2018, CWS will bring comprehensive local sports coverage to four Wausau-area schools. Wausau-specific content will be accessible on the

  • CWS Sports Desk October 26, 2018 Wisconsin Rapids– The SPASH Panthers girls swimming team claimed the Wisconsin Valley Conference title at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday in a contest that came down to the very last event. SPASH scored 538 points as a team, narrowly edging out D.C. Everest for the crown. The

  • CWS Sports Desk October 24, 2018 Stevens Point– The Wisconsin Valley Conference announced its all conference volleyball teams this week, and SPASH placed three players on the first team: Kayla Lass, Gabby Johnson and Megan Miklesh. All three players are seniors on a SPASH team that went 11-1 in conference play to win the Wisconsin Valley

  • CWS Sports Desk October 20, 2018 Stevens Point– The SPASH boys and girls cross country teams advanced to state on Saturday as they finished second in their respective races. On the girls side, SPASH narrowly missed a first place finish as a team as Appleton North took the top spot with a team score of 80. 

  • CWS Sports Desk 10/18/18 Stevens Point Abbotsford 3, Neillsville/Granton 1 Athens 3, Rosholt 1 Auburndale 3, Colby 2 Chippewa Falls 3, Marshfield 0 Columbus Catholic 3, Wisconsin Valley Lutheran 0 Crivitz 3, Iola-Scandinavia 0 Eau Claire Memorial 3, Wausau East 1 Eau Claire North 3, Wisconsin Rapids 0 Fall Creek 3, Marathon 0 Hudson 3,

  • CWS Sports Desk 10/18/18 Merrill—The Wausau East girls swim team closed the Valley Conference dual meet season with a 92-78 win over Merrill Thursday night. East’s Morgan Forbes and Emma Clifford won individual events to top the Lumberjacks. Both teams will take part in the Wisconsin Valley Conference meet next Thursday in Wisconsin Rapids.

  • CWS Sports Desk 10/18/18 Wisconsin Rapids—The D.C. Everest girls swim team had little trouble beating Wisconsin Rapids 129-41 in a dual meet on Thursday. The Evergreens got individual wins from Sara Mayer in the 100 and 200 freestyles, Liberty Arrowhead in the 50-freestyle, Bethany Rahn in the 100 butterfly and 500-freestyle,  Alex Gross in the

  • For CWS October 17, 2018 Plover– Mada Custom Apparel will be presenting their second annual Fastpitch bat demo day at the BMP Playhouse Indoor softball Facility, 1430 Contractors Boulevard, Plover on Wednesday, November 14 from 5 p.m.- 8 p.m. This demo is free to the public and will allow area youth to try out the latest

  • CWS Sports Desk Oct. 17, 2018 Marshfield — The fourth-seeded Marshfield Tigers got four goals from forward Kade McManus and to take a 4-2 victory over fifth-seeded Wausau East and punch their ticket to the next round of the state playoffs. McManus scored at the beginning of the 8th minute to give Marshfield the 1-0

  • By Steve Hill Oct. 15, 2018 Wisconsin Valley Conference boys’ soccer teams get a new look for Division 1 sectional play and an earlier start than in years past, with first-round games starting Tuesday and the WVC’s top two teams getting the only two hosting slots. SPASH, which finished first in the WVC with a

  • CWS Sports Desk October 15, 2018 Stevens Point– Once again, CWS is giving you a chance to participate in our very own bracket challenge.  Make picks in the sectionals of the 2018 WIAA Volleyball tournament that feature area teams. To participate in the bracket challenge, fill out a username and password below, and start picking! 2018

  • CWS Sports Desk October 13, 2018 Wausau– The SPASH boys and girls cross country teams dominated the Wisconsin Valley Conference meet held at Nine mile County Forest on Saturday. The boys blew away the field with 33 points as Chad Franz finished as the individual champion at 15:33.7. Marshfield took second place with a team score