Keyes to Succeed Austin as Girls Basketball Coach

Mineral Point is proud to announce Michael Keyes as its next Head Girls Basketball Coach. From 2005-19, Keyes has been an AAU Head Boys/Girls Coach for various programs including Wisconsin Swing, Wisconsin Hoops Select, and Wisconsin Pride. His high school varsity coaching experience consists of: Highland Varsity Girls Basketball Coach from 2008-10 and a conference … Read More

Inaugural Basketball Hall of Fame Class Announced

Next winter on Saturday, January 11th, 2020, the Mineral Point Basketball Hall of Fame will induct its inaugural class. The inductions will take place between the JV and Varsity girls basketball games scheduled for that afternoon. Below is a brief bio on each of the inductees. More information and complete bios will be released in … Read More

Reichling is SWAL Player of the Year

SWAL GIRLS BASKETBALL 2018-19 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM   FINAL STANDINGS SCHOOL – RECORD – COACH Mineral Point   13 – 1 Matt Austin Darlington   12 – 2 Kelly Rose Cuba City   10 – 4 Jeff Pustina Riverdale     6 – 7 Tom Pierick Southwestern  5 – 8 Aaron Kaiser Boscobel   3 – 11 Jason Hill Fennimore … Read More

Austin to Succeed Wainwright as Girls Basketball Coach

Mineral Point High School is proud to announce its next Varsity Girls Basketball Coach, Mr. Matt Austin. Coach Austin will succeed Coach Mitch Wainwright, who has served in this capacity since 2010. Mr. Wainwright has taken on additional professional responsibilities this school year in Mineral Point. In addition to his duties of High School Principal, … Read More

Girls Basketball Team Honored for Successful Season

The Mineral Point Girls Basketball Team held its awards banquet Sunday, March 18. 2017-18 award winners pictured left to right: Dana Schmitz: SWAL Conference Honorable Mention. Morgan James: Best Free Throw Percentage. Mara Aschliman: Captain, SWAL Conference Honorable Mention. Nicole Johnson: Team Most Improved, Most Rebounds. McKenna Reichling: Captain, Team Most Dedicated, Most Assists, Most … Read More

Four Pointer Ladies named All SWAL

SWAL GIRLS BASKETBALL 2017-2018 ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM   FINAL STANDINGS SCHOOL RECORD COACH Darlington 13 – 1 Kelly Rose Cuba City 12 – 2 Jeff Pustina Mineral Point 11 – 3 Mitch Wainwright Boscobel 8 – 6 Jason Hill Riverdale 6 – 8 Scott Mau Southwestern 3 – 11 Aaron Kaiser Iowa-Grant 2 – 12 Dan … Read More

Wainwright Enters WBCA Hall of Fame

Mitch Wainwright Pecatonica, Highland, and Mineral Point High Schools 2017 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame Inductee High School Coach September 30 – Wisconsin Dells Growing up in a home with a teacher, coach, and outstanding athlete for a father, it only made sense that you try to follow in his footsteps. When that man … Read More

Girls Basketball is 1st Place Academic All-State

The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association has released its list of Team Academic All-State Honors and the Mineral Point Girls Basketball Team has placed 1st in Division 4 with a 3.819 GPA. BOYS TEAM ACADEMIC ALL-STATE Team GPA in parenthesis Division 1 Brookfield Central (3.78) D.C. Everest (3.646) Germantown (3.476) Division 2 Waukesha Catholic Memorial (3.78) … Read More

Staver Named WIAA Scholar Athlete

Sixteen senior girls and sixteen senior boys from Mercer to Darlington have been selected as recipients of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Scholar Athlete Award underwritten by Marshfield Clinic. The winners include the first ever female from Mineral Point High School to claim this prestigious honor, Sydney Staver. (Ryan McGuire, 2010, is the only other … Read More

Girls Basketball Holds Awards Banquet for Outstanding Season

Sunday, March 12, the Mineral Point High School Girls Basketball team was honored for another outstanding season at its annual awards banquet. Award winners pictured, left to right: Malorie Johnson: Most Improved and 2017-18 Captain; McKenna Reichling: SWAL All-Conference Honorable Mention, 2017-18 Captain, Most Assists (85); Cassie Bossert: SWAL All-Conference Honorable Mention; Sydney Staver: SWAL … Read More