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Ice hockey is a popular and growing sport in the state of Wisconsin. 88 high schools field sanctioned varsity teams competing in the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA).8 "club" non-sanctioned Wisconsin High School Hockey teams compete in Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association.

WIAAEdit

The sanctioned teams compete from the beginning of November until the end of February with maximum number of practices and games. The sanctioned varsity teams are divided into sections used by every sport under WIAA. However, unlike the state tournaments of other prep sports, hockey is not divided into divisions according to the size of the participating schools. All schools, whether the size of a district one or district seven school, compete against one another in state playoffs. Because of this, there are many Wisconsin players and fans from lesser-sized communities who hope that divisions will be instituted for state tournament play.

WAHA Edit

The "club" teams

Spooner High School B State Champions 1990

Spooner High School C State Champions 1984

State Tournament Edit

The WIAA began sponsoring a tournament program in boys hockey in 1971. Superior won the first championship, defeating Madison West, 7-3, in the championship game.

The first State Tournament was held at the Dane County Coliseum in Madison. The tournament has been conducted in Madison every year except in 1974 and 1975 when it was held in Green Bay. The Hartmeyer facility in Madison has been the site of some of the State Tournaments, but the Coliseum has been used exclusively since 1980.

Superior leads in most State championships won with 13. Madison Memorial has won eight, and Madison East has won four titles.

Eighteen different schools have won State championships. Superior is the only program to win three consecutive State titles (1994–96). Superior, Madison Memorial, and Hudson (2016-17 season & 2017-18 season) are the only programs to win back-to-back titles. Superior has done it twice including its string of three championships (1981–82). Madison Memorial has accomplished this feat twice (1976–77, 1979–80).

Superior leads in State Tournament appearances with 37. Madison Memorial is next with 30. Northland Pines is third on the list of appearances with 19, and Stevens Point has been to State 17 times. Eau Claire Memorial and Wausau West have made 15 appearances, Madison East has made 14 and Madison West has made 12.

Prior to official WIAA involvement in hockey, the Madison schools conducted an invitational from 1964 to 1970 (except for 1966). Eagle River (now Northland Pines) won the first championship, Madison East won the next three, and Superior won the last two." - quoting the WIAA websit

WIAA TeamsEdit

School Nickname Colors Conference Championships
Altoona
Amery Warriors Red and Black Middle Border
Antigo Red Robins Maroon and White Wisconsin Valley 1993
Appleton United
Arrowhead 2009
Ashland Oredockers Purple and Gold Lake Superior (MN)
Baldwin-Woodville
Baraboo
Barron Golden Bears Maroon and Gold
Bay Port Pirates Navy and White
Beaver Dam Golden Beavers Grean and Gold Badgerland South
Beloit Memorial High School Purple Knights Purple and White Big Eight 1999
Black River Falls Tigers Black and Orange
Brookfield Icemen Classic Eight
Catholic Memorial
Cedarburg Bulldogs Black and Orange Northshore
Chippewa Falls Cardinals Red and White Big Rivers
D.C. Everest Evergreens Green and Gold Wisconsin Valley
De Pere Voyageurs Black and Red Badgerland
Eau Claire Memorial Old Abes Purple and White Big Rivers2008
Eau Claire North Huskies Columbia Blue and White BIg Rivers
Fond du Lac Cardinals Cardinal and White Badgerland South
Grafton Ice Hawks Orange and Green North Shore
Greendale Panthers Black and Silver Classic Eight
Hayward Hurricanes Black and Gold Independent
Homestead Highlanders Red and White North Shore
Hudson Raiders White and Blue Big Rivers 2001, 2004
Lincoln High School Red Raiders Red and White Wisconsin Valley
Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago Lasers Blue and Gold Classic Eight
Madison Edgewood Crusaders Maroon and Gold Badger
Madison Lafollette Lancers Maroon and Gray Badger
Madison Memorial Spartans Green and White Big Eight 1976–1977, 1979–1980, 1985, 1988, 1998, 2000
McDonald Central Macks Green and Blue Independent
Medford Raiders Red and Black Great Northern
Menomonie Indians Maroon and Gold Big Rivers
Merrill Bluejays Blue and Red Great Northern
Middleton Cardinals Red and White Big Eight
New Richmond Tigers Black and Orange
Norte Dame Academy Tritons Navy Blue and Black
Onalaska Hilltoppers Purple and Black West Central
Pius XI High School Popes Navy, Gold & White Classic Eight
River Falls Wildcats Blue and Gold Big Rivers
Stevens Point Panthers Red and Black 2002
Stoughton Vikings Purple and White
Sun Prairie Fightin' Cardinals Red and Gold Big Eight 1997
Superior Spartans Columbia Blue and White Lake Superior (MN) 1971, 1972, 1974, 1981, 1982, 1990, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2003, 2005
Tomahawk Hatchets Blue and Gold Great Northern
University School of Milwaukee Wild Cats Navy and Gold independent 2006, 2010
Verona Wildcats Black and Orange
Viroqua Blackhawks Black and Orange West Central
Waukesha Wings Black, White and Blue Classic Eight
Wausau West Warriors Blue and Gold Wisconsin Valley
Waupun Warriors Black and Gold Badgerland South

WAHA Club Teams Edit

School Nickname Colors Championships
De Pere Voyageurs Blue and Bronze 1983,1986,1989,1990,1991,1993,2000,2002,2003
Wisconsin Rapids Bulldogs Red, Black and White
Sheboygan Lakers WAHA Varsity Blue, Silver (old); Navy, Gold (new) 2001
West Bend Ice Black, White, North Dakota Green (old); Black, Green (new) 2004, 2005, 2006


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