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General Team Info

2022 Team List

Current Teams
TeamTeam DirectorBoundaries/Schools included
Amherst SchoolsJerry TrzebiatowskiEmailAmherst School District
Marshfield SchoolsRachel KrentzEmailMarshfield School District
Rhinelander-Northwoods Composite/Rhinelander HSJoel FloryEmailTomahawk, Lakeland Union, Eagle River/Three Lakes, Crandon, and Rhinelander.
SPASH, Central Wisconsin CompositeDon EdbergEmailStevens Point Area School District, All of Portage County
Wausau Composite,Wausau EastSarah JonesEmailWausauWest School Dist, DCE School Dist.,Abbottsford School Dist, Edgar, Marathon, Merrill,Mosinee, School Dist's
TeamTeam DirectorBoundaries/Schools included
906 Adventure/Marquette HSTodd PoquetteEmailMarquette and surrounding areas
Fox Valley Composite, Neenah HS, Appleton North HSBrian OlesenEmailWaupaca, Hortonville, Wrightstown, Stockbridge, Oshkosh, Kaukauna, Kimberly, Appleton, Menasha, Neenah, Fondy and everything in between.
Green Bay CompositeKurt SchwiesowEmailGreen Bay area middle and high schools
Sturgeon Bay SchoolsRandal SahsEmailSturgeon Bay School District
TeamTeam DirectorBoundaries/Schools included
Eau Claire Composite/Eau Claire Memorial HSAdam HintgenEmailEau Claire an Altoona Scool Districts
Chequamegon Bay CompositeSara HudsonEmailAshland, Bayfield, Washburn, South Shore and any other nearby school Districts
Chippewa Valley CompositeDionne SeversonEmailFall Creek, Chippewa Falls, Eleva-Strum, Stanley-Boyd, Rusk County, Elk Mound, Augusta, Wildlands Science Research Charter School, and Cadott. We also will accept students (until a team is formed in their schools/town) from any other schools within a reasonable radius to Eau Claire.
Hayward Composite/Hayward HSRob SusedikEmailDrummond and Hayward Schools
Rice Lake Composite/Rice Lake HSJess StensethEmailBarron, Cameron, Chetek, Rice Lake, Shell Lake and Cumberland School Districts. Easier to say Barron County.
Spooner School DistrictRyan McKinneyEmailSpooner School District
TeamTeam DirectorBoundaries/Schools included
Arrowhead HS, Kettle Moraine HS, Lake Country CompositeAngela MillikinEmailOconomowoc, Arrowhead, Kettle Moraine, University Lake School, St. Johns Military Academy, Lake Country Lutheran
BGMS Acosta CompositeJeff ConditEmailAcosta Middle School and Bruce Guadalupe Middle School. Pius Xi HS, Marquette University HS, St. Thomas More HS, Ronald Reagan HS, and Martin Luther HS.
Brookfield (New Berlin) CompositeHeather MalcolmEmailAll Brookfield schools, New Berlin, Waukesha, Wauwatosa
Cedarburg HSDan KerkmanEmailCedarburg School District
Dottke HSRob TegtmeierEmail
Lake Geneva CompositeAndrea PetherEmailLake Geneva, Williams Bay, Fontana, Delevan, Elkhorn, Walworth
Lakeview Technical Academy Jim LeightyEmailLakeview Technical Academy
Menomonee Falls High SchoolMike BonsEmail
Menomonee Falls School District
Milwaukee Northshore CompositeJennine PufahlEmailWhitefish Bay, Fox Point, Bayside, Glendale and River Hills.
Milwaukee Recreation CompositeNicholas BeermannEmailCity of Milwaukee
Mukwonago High SchoolTina SchroederEmailMukwonago
Muskego High SchoolTina SchroederEmailMuskego
Ozaukee County CompositeAnthony JamesEmail(All Grafton, Port Washington, Northern Ozaukee and Mequon Private & Public Schools, University School of Milwaukee)
Pewaukee SchoolsAndy DouglassEmailPewaukee School District
Root River CompositeGlen StroikEmailFranklin, Oak Creek, Greendale, Whitnall, Greenfield
Shorewood High SchoolJanet KreileinEmailShorewood School District
SLS CompositeDavid BenderEmailKenosha and Racine County athletes not part of a school-based NICA team
SLS Composite ILDavid BenderEmailAthletes from Illinois who reside in Lake, Cook or McHenry Counties that are not part of a school-based team.
Indian Trail HSDavid BenderEmailIndian Trail HS
Tremper HSDavid BenderEmailTremper HS
Wilmot HSDavid BenderEmailWilmot HS
Southern Kettles CompositeTina SchroederEmailEast Troy, Whitewater & Palmyra Eagle
Sheboygan County CompositeNeil ZacharekEmail
Sussex HamiltonTodd DeLongeEmail
Washington County Composite, West Bend West HS, West Bend East HS, and Slinger HSJulie WillmasEmailAll of Washington County/Campbellsport (Fond du Lac)
Waukesha County Home SchoolTracy JohnsonEmailAll home schooled students in Waukesha County
West Allis CompositeRob TegtmeierEmailWest Allis West Milwaukee School District
TeamTeam DirectorBoundaries/Schools included
Camrock CompositeTony CookeEmailDane and Jefferson County schools including Cottage Grove, Deerfield, Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, Johnson Creek, McFarland, Waterloo... and Illinois
Cambridge High SchoolTony CookeEmailCambridge High School and feeder middle schools
Deforest HSMatt HaydenEmailDeforest HS / MS
Janesville CompositeJennifer WhitingEmail(Craig, Parker and all charter schools, also Evansville, Milton, Orfordville, Clinton, Edgerton and all other Rock County schools, home schooled students)
La Crosse Composite/Logan HS/LaX Central HS/Holmen HS/Onalaska HSChris StindtEmailAquinas Catholic School, La Crescent HS, Kickapoo HS
Madison East HSScott MaurerEmailMadison East HS and feeder middle schools
Madison Memorial HSHeidi MagillEmailMadison Memorial HS and feeder middle schools
Madison West HSNikki Schram (West High), Melissa Hornung (West feeder middle schools)Email Madison West HS and feeder middle schools
Middleton MTBScott LindseyEmailMiddleton & Cross Plains
Monona Grove High SchoolTony CookeEmailMonona Grove High School and feeder middle schools
Mount Horeb MTBDirk HorneEmailMount Horeb & Barneveld
Sauk Prairie Composite/Sauk Prairie HSGeoff AshworthEmailLodi, Baraboo, Mazomanie, Black Earth, Reedsburg, Spring Green,and Sauk Prairie
Sun Prairie Composite/Sun Prairie HSPhillip McKeownEmailSun Prairie, Poynette, Pardeeville, Marshall, Columbus, Fall River, and Madison La Follette HS
Vernon Trails CompositeSuzie HoweEmailAll Schools within Vernon County
Verona Schools, Westside CompositeAndy Frank-LoronEmailVerona, Oregon, Edgewood, New Glarus, Belleville
Waunakee MTBEmily (Em) MeierEmailWaunakee


Public, private, and homeschooled students in high school (grades 9– 12) or middle school (grades 6-8) are eligible to participate.

To be eligible to compete in the fall school-year season, a student-athlete must:

  • be enrolled in middle school (grades 6-8), or the homeschool equivalent, and be no younger than 10 and no older than 15 years of age at any time during the entire school year; OR
  • be in high school (grades 9-12), or the homeschool equivalent, and be no younger than 13 and no older than 19 years of age at any time during the entire school year; AND
  • not have a high school diploma, general education diploma (GED), or otherwise be graduated from high school.

Student-athletes who have skipped or been held back:

  • a single grade are placed into categories according to their grade levels; OR
  • more than one grade must consult with the League director regarding placement into the appropriate categories.

General Team Information

Individuals can participate in the Wisconsin League, but what’s even more fun is having a team to train and race with. Whether you are a student or coach, the League wants to do everything we can to help you form a team at your local high school.

If you’d like to start or join a team:
If you don’t see a team in your area and are interested in forming one, please send us an e-mail.

The league can assist in many ways, including help:

  • Athletes find coaches
  • Coaches form teams
  • Teams become recognized by their schools
  • Teams find additional volunteers

Below is some detailed information about teams. We encourage all athletes to recruit some fellow students and have some fun trying out the Division II competition.

Individuals, Home School Teams and Composite Teams

Don’t have a team to race with? That’s okay! Students can compete as an independent racer in the League Series. While they will not be eligible for the Team Overall title, they are eligible for the Individual Race and Overall titles. Independent racers need not register a team, and should only register for the series, being sure to denote that they are racing as an “Independent” where appropriate on registration forms. All other rules apply.

Composite Teams may form that are comprised of full-time students from more than one high-school within the same district or other geographic proximity. Composite teams must first seek approval of their geographic scope. Contact your league director to discuss a composite team in your region.

Home-school riders are allowed to join school-based teams, form a composite team or a regional home-school team or simply race as an independent rider. Home-school teams are like composite teams but are comprised of home-school students from a given geographic region.

Composite Team Limitations: Because Composite Teams are intended to be temporary solutions towards building Single School-Based Teams or County-Based Home-School Teams, if a Composite Team has 5 or more students from the same school, those 5 or more students will be scored separately from the rest of that Composite Team unless a petition to do otherwise is approved. See the League Handbook (PDF) for more details.


All teams must register with the League. Doing so provides insurance coverage for all coaches and volunteers, as well as supporting League programs.

In order to register, the team’s Head Coach should contact Renee Griswold at

The price for registering a team varies depending on the division of the team and if the team has a licensed head coach. For 2017, we will move to Division I and II. Click here to see more about participation fees.

If you have questions about team registration, please contact Renee Griswold at


In accordance with NICA Rules, WI will be moving to Division I and II in 2017 since we will have more than 250 racers.

Team Scoring

Teams are awarded points after every League race which count toward the teams’ standings at that individual race and for the overall series. Both girls and boys points count toward that team’s overall score. However, teams need not have boys’ and girls’ points to score for a race. Due to the difference in team size between divisions, Division I teams and Division II teams are scored differently.

For Division I, the team’s score is highest score possible out of the following boy/girl combinations:


For Division II, the team’s score is the highers score possible out of the following boy/girl combinations:


For more information about Team and Individual Scoring, please refer to the League Handbook (PDF) (Section: “Team and Individual Scoring Rules”)

For more information about the League rules governing teams, please refer to the League Handbook (PDF) (Section: “Teams”)