Marshall, Cambridge and Waterloo are among the many 13 space groups enjoying soccer this fall, a bunch that additionally contains Lakeside Lutheran (5-0), Baraboo (5-1), Lake Mills (4-2), Madison Edgewood (4-2), River Valley (4-2), Watertown Luther Prep (3-2), Portage (2-4), Reedsburg (2-4), Watertown (2-4) and Sauk Prairie (0-6).
“I’m excited to see how this postseason works,” Lake Mills athletic director Stephen Considine stated. “We admire the chance for us to play extra soccer. I do perceive that with the late begin, having an extended postseason was unrealistic.
“I’m excited to see the digital seeding happen. This may very well be one thing that takes maintain in all sports activities. We perceive and respect the necessity to regionally group faculties, however would additionally like to have a possibility to compete towards a crew that we’ve not performed this 12 months. In the long run we’re grateful to have made it this far, and a postseason is the cherry on high.”
Lakeside Lutheran was ranked fourth and Lake Mills and Marshall tied for tenth amongst medium-sized faculties in The Related Press state rankings this week. Baraboo acquired votes (14th general) within the large-schools ballot.
Lakeside Lutheran athletics director and actions director Todd Jahns, who anticipated the WIAA to undergo a standard playoff course of in setting its matchups, wrote in an e mail: “Our coaches and gamers are completely happy to have soccer and any further video games are a bonus. We now have been persevering with to share perspective — grateful for each alternative, and never wanting again and excited about what was.”