warrior guard 58_old
i was just on the high school football board and i seen that the waupun-ripon matchup of week 9 will be broadcasted on FSN the following sunday at 330.
Who got the Jug, We got the Jug!!
We blew up their sandbox!!
thank you brett for the memories u have left me and my peers over the last 16 years in green and gold
Quote 0 0
justjon007
Now I'm not saying I know exactly what he means but my guess is that since Ripon and Waupun will be in different conferences after this year they will most likely not be playing each other in the near future. If they never play again then Waupun keeps the jug, providing they win the game, that is.
Knowledge is good.
Quote 0 0
justjon007
Wouldn't it be great for those two teams if they were both undefeated coming into week nine. It should be a fantastic game.
But first New Holstein and Clintonville!
Knowledge is good.
Quote 0 0
FootballisLife_old
[align=center]TIGERS TO BE ON FOX SPORTS NORTH
[/align][align=left]When We Were Young Productions announced Monday that it will again produce a prep football "Game of the Week." This season's line-up will feature only one duplicate school from a year ago - defending WIAA Division 3 state champion Wisconsin Lutheran, which plays at Watertown on Sept. 22. The series will also include defending Division 1 state champion Racine Park, which plays at Burlington on Sept. 8. Racine Park is led by running back Johnny Clay, the state's top college prospect. "The success and popularity of last year's games were the impetus to continue on with the 2006 season," said Tim Eichorst, president of When We Were Young Productions. "Our goals were to get as many new teams involved as we could, balance both large and small schools, cover different areas of the state and ensure it was a competitive match-up." All of the games will be broadcast on state-wide cable on Fox Sports Net North on a delayed basis. Impact Sports (http://teamimpactsports.com) has signed on as a major sponsor of the games.
[/align][align=left]Following is a schedule of games and the broadcast date and times of the games:
[/align][align=left]Aug. 25 - West Salem at Lancaster, broadcast on Aug. 28, noon.
[/align][align=left]Sept. 1 - Darlington at Pecatonica/Argyle, broadcast on Sept. 4, 7:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Sept. 8 - Racine Park at Burlington, broadcast on Sept. 12, 9:15 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Sept. 15 - Neenah at Menasha, broadcast on Sept. 17, 3:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Sept. 22 - Wisconsin Lutheran at Watertown, broadcast on Sept. 25, 7:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Sept. 29 - Stevens Point at Wisconsin Rapids, broadcast on Oct. 3, 6:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Oct. 6 - Green Bay Notre Dame at Green Bay Preble, broadcast on Oct. 10, 6:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Oct. 13 - St. Francis at Thomas More, broadcast on Oct. 17, 6:30 p.m.
[/align][align=left]Oct. 19 - Ripon at Waupun, broadcast on Oct. 22, 3:30 p.m.
http://www.ripontigerfootball.com[/align]
Quote 0 0
wissportsnet

Boys Basketball Alumni Round-up: February 21st, from @ColtonWilson23 #wisbb -- https://t.co/0K6CZzZWpf https://t.co/715tfpBGVS

wissportsnet

WSN15: Boys Basketball Top Teams #12 -- Two NCAA Division I players at one WIAA Division 4 school = state champions… https://t.co/1MThqzce9L

wissportsnet

Predicting winners of every state wrestling title plus a look By The Numbers, from @Nate_Woelfel -… https://t.co/HgU1bLP7d6

wissportsnet

Join the free Boys Basketball Playoff Pick 'Em Contest; Staff picks coming Tuesday #wisbb -- https://t.co/Y6yTA3OgP8 https://t.co/hA6Uyw9uje