Youth sports news from Wisconsin

Wisconsin Youth Sports Articles

2022 ATH Benjamin Cook is more than willing to outwork his competition

Benjamin Cook of Seymour, Wis., was picked for Youth1’s Freshman450 for many good reasons. When he plays football, he does a little bit of everything and does it extremely well—be it running back, blocking back, slot receiver, linebacker, kicker, punter or kick returner. No matter what role he...

2022's Alexander Perelshtein is working hard to be the nation's best Middle Linebacker

Alexander Perelshtein updates on his progress on the football field since being named to Youth1's Freshman450 last fall.

Y1 Catch-up: Maria Auth is scoring big at Penn State

Street, Maryland’s Maria Auth has come a long way from playing lacrosse as a pint-sized youngster, and she’ll only keep going. She just finished her freshman year at Penn State University, where she...

Get to know the Milwaukee Sting volleyball team

By Bill Pemstein Stories? These folks have some stories. This one from Jenny Hahn, founder of the Milwaukee Sting Club Volleyball Team. "On a trip to Poland, where we stopped at a park for an evening...

Y1on1 with Softball Gold Medalist and ESPN Analyst, Michele Smith

Y1on1 with Softball Gold Medalist and ESPN Analyst, Michele Smith

Diamond Jacks Super 10U captures Fall Invitational championship

The Diamond Jacks Super 10U squad built a five-run lead against Legends Baseball Gold before hanging on for dear life and coming away with a 6-5 victory and the Fall Invitational championship on...

How Julio Jones got recruited

Before Julio Jones was a top-10 pick and five-time Pro Bowler, he was an 11-year old playing with his brother in the backyard, dreaming of playing professional football. But the first step was to get...

Youth1 announces strategic partnership with ACES Nation

Morristown, N.J./Tampa FL. – Youth1 Media, LLC of Morristown, N.J., the nation’s largest digital youth sports media company, announces a strategic partnership with ACES Nation of Tampa, Florida, a...

The dangers of overhydration: what you need to know

A bottle of water and sports go hand in hand. The logic behind it is elementary: you work out or play sports, you sweat, you dehydrate, you drink water, you replenish and rehydrate. But as with any...