Waukesha Catholic Memorial, which wrapped up an unbeaten season by winning the WIAA Division 2 state championship Saturday in Milwaukee, finished the year nationally ranked by two organizations.
The Madison 56ers, Quad City Eagles, referees and fans waited out an odd 1-hour, 32-minute weather delay Saturday night at Breese Stevens Field, one that saw plenty of lightning in the surrounding area but very little precipitation.
Every February, thousands of soccer players flock to Madison for the President's Cup indoor tournament. Host club Madison United would like to see the same thing happen with its Vice President's Cup in the summer.
The 31st season of WIAA prep girls soccer wrapped up Saturday at Milwaukee's Uihlein Soccer Park, with Cedarburg winning its first state championship in the Division 1 final after Waukesha Catholic Memorial and Ozaukee added to their trophy collections in the Division 2 and 3 finals.
None of the six Wisconsin teams in the field advanced to Sunday's finals at the U.S. Youth Soccer Region II President's Cup as pool play wrapped up Saturday in Overland Park, Kan.
Jake Taylor started the weekend of his high school graduation in unique fashion: By playing in a professional soccer match.
The Wisconsin Soccer Leagues have finalized the playoff format for their Major and Reserve divisions, with both finals scheduled for July 13 at Uihlein Soccer Park's Time Warner Cable Stadium.
Wisconsin players will be part of a new division of the U.S. Youth Soccer Midwest Regional League, playing against teams from or affiliated with Major League Soccer clubs Chicago Fire and Columbus Crew.