Top Moments From The NUIC in 2019
A look back on the NUIC in 2019.
1. Lena-Winslow football state championship.
2. Lena-Winslow/Stockton Coop wrestling state champions.
3. Eastland. Girls basketball state runner-up.
4. Polo 8 man football State Championship.
5. Warren with Blackhawk Wisconsin state football champions.
6. East Dubuque boys basketball Super-Sectional loss
7. Dakota volleyball loss in Super Sectional
8. River Ridge baseball loss in Super Sectional
9. Orangeville softball loss in Super-Sectional.
10. Amboy girl's basketball loss in Super-Sectional.
11. Aquin football loss in quarterfinals to eventual state champion Lena-Winslow.
12. Galena volleyball loss in Sectional final to Dakota.
1. Ethen Doty. Eastland. 45-0 unbeaten state champion wrestling for West Carroll Coop.
2. Andrew Wenzel. Dakota wrestling state champion.
3. Ian Kuehl. Lena-Winslow. Third in state wrestling and qualified for state discus finals.
4. Jace Coffey. Polo. Second in state in the discus in track for Polo/Forreston Coop.
5. Olivia Sturrup. Milledgeville. Third 1A state in the 100. Third in 400 relay and fifth 800 relay.
6. Breya Christopher. Galena/East Dubuque/River Ridge. Third 2A High Jump in track.
7. Julie Finazzo. Galena/East Dubuque/River Ridge. 3rd 2A Long Jump. Track.
8. Jason Hermann. Stockton. Fourth in state wrestling for Lena Winslow/Stockton.
9. Case Harmston. Stockton. Fourth in state wrestling for Lena Winslow/Stockton.
10. Brady Webb. Polo. Track for Forreston/Polo. State medals in long jump and sprint relays.
11. Caleb Alber. Dakota. Fifth in state in wrestling.
In 2019 the legendary Stockton high school football coach John O'Boyle passed away at the age of 84 on December 7th. The football field at Stockton is named after O'Boyle part of his legacy that lives on. He will be missed.