This week competition returns in Wisconsin High School Football, this time of year generates lots of excitement between high school student sections and fans because it is football season, this once again comes in as the most popular sport in Wisconsin High School Sports, the one that also gets the most following. The regular season for high school football is nine weeks long and lasts until Friday, October 13th then after that is when the playoffs begin and that takes us all the way until the week before Thanksgiving finishing it off with the State Football Tournament at Camp Randall on November 16th and 17th. Last year we saw lots of great state championship games to wrap up the season especially in the D1 field when it came down into the last seconds between Kimberly and Mukwonago with Kimberly finishing on top that game 34-30.
Who are the Defending State Champions Playing?
Kimberly (D1): Forfeit win over Milwaukee Marshall as they backed out of playing Kimberly, unable to find a replacement opponent as of Sunday, August 13th, Coach Michalkiewicz tells Matt Peck of MaxPreps.
Kettle Moraine (D2): Hosts Racine Horlick at Home on Friday at 7:00 pm
Monroe (D3): Hosts Beaver Dam at Home on Friday at 7:00 pm
Columbus (D4): Hosts Milwaukee Academy of Science on Friday at 7:00 pm
Aquinas (D5): Plays at Prairie Du Chen on Friday at 7:00 pm.
Stratford (D6): Plays at Mosinee on Friday at 7:00 pm
Regis (D7): Plays at Prescott on Friday at 7:00 pm
What are the Biggest Games of Week 1 of the WIAA Season?
Thursday, August 17th:
Middleton at Bay Port
De Pere at Neenah
Badger at Greendale
Wisconsin Dells at Lake Mills
Friday, August 18th:
Franklin at Catholic Memorial
Muskego at Verona
DeForest at Waunakee
Onalaska at West Salem
Sussex Hamilton at Fond Du Lac
Arrowhead at Marquette
Pulaski at Notre Dame
Germantown at Homestead
New Berlin Eisenhower at Wisconsin Lutheran
Aquinas at Prairie Du Chen
STAY TUNED FOR WEEKLY COVERAGE: Throughout the WIAA Football season, every week stay tuned for new rankings and top games of the week and predictions especially as we head closer to the WIAA Football Playoffs.