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Kimberly Earns First Boys Volleyball State Championship

Kimberly avenged a state championship loss to Germantown with a four-set victory on Nov. 9 in Green Bay for the school's first state boys volleyball title. The Papermakers were runner-up to Germantown last year, but posted a 25-21, 25-13, 22-25, 25-20 victory in this year's final. Landon Krause and Spencer Herman each recorded 11 kills and Tony Wisneski totaled 31 assists for Kimberly, which finished 29-5 overall.

It was the 12th state boys volleyball title won by an FVA member school. Most recently, Kaukauna won in 2015 and Appleton North was the 2011 champion. The other titles all came prior to boys volleyball being discontinued in 1983. For Kimberly, it was the school's 32nd state title in any sport with 18 of those coming since 2007.

FVA Spotlight: Thomas Priest, Neenah Soccer

The Fox Valley Association student-athlete spotlight is back for the sixth straight year in 2019-20. Each week, male and female student-athletes from each of the conference's 10 schools will be featured. Spotlights are typically posted on Tuesday and Thursday. This week, get to know Thomas Priest, who participates in soccer at Neenah High School.

Click here to read this week's spotlight

Click here for all of the 2019-20 FVA spotlights

Welcome to the Fox Valley Association

The Fox Valley Association is proud to celebrate its 50th anniversary during the 2019-20 school year. The Fox Valley Association is one of the oldest athletic conferences in Wisconsin with seven of its eight original members still intact from its founding in 1970. Check back here throughout the school year for 50th anniversary celebrations of the conference's rich history.

Congratulations to Appleton East High School senior Jack Pingel on creating the 50th anniversary logo for the conference.

With 10 schools totaling an enrollment of over 15,000 students, the conference spans the length of Lake Winnebago from Kaukauna to Fond du Lac. Fox Valley Association schools are members of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) and the conference sponsors 20 championship sports.