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Watch 2020-21 FVA Winter Sports Events Live Online

Every FVA varsity event will be livestreamed during the 2020-21 winter sports season. Click on the home team's link to find the video feed at gametime. Each link will take you to the school's YouTube page and you will need to click on the specific event. Game videos will be archived for at least seven days following the contest.

Click here for the FVA livestream links

FVA Spotlight: Anders Brekke, Appleton North Basketball and Volleyball

The Fox Valley Association student-athlete spotlight is in its sixth year and will profile one boy and one girl from each member school every week during the 2020-21 school year. Featured student-athletes are chosen by each school and profiles are typically posted on Tuesday and Thursday of each week. This week, get to know Anders Brekke, who participates in basketball and volleyball at Appleton North High School.

Click here to read this week's spotlight

Click here for past spotlights from this year and previous years

Fox Valley Association Sets Safety Protocols for Winter Sports Season

Note: Information regarding spectator policies was updated on Jan. 7

All 10 Fox Valley Association schools will participate in winter sports with strict safety protocols in place across the conference.

All winter events will be held with limited or no spectators and masks or face coverings will be required among all spectators, workers, coaches, officials and athletes (except swimmers in the pool). Additionally, at those events with spectators, basketball and hockey venues will be cleared between the junior varsity and varsity contests. Schools will also screen athletes prior to the start of each contest and follow the WIAA Return to Winter Sports Guidelines.

All FVA schools will permit two spectators per athlete from each competing school at home events. These regulations are in place for boys and girls basketball, boys and girls hockey and wrestling. Boys swimming and diving spectator rules vary by school.

Every varsity conference event in all sports will be live streamed and archived for at least seven days. Links for the live streams will be made available on the conference website at

Each sport will conduct its regular conference schedule and have the opportunity for a full non-conference schedule with the exception of wrestling. Wrestling teams are limited to one dual match per week over eight weeks, per WIAA guidelines. Wrestling duals will be held on the first three Saturdays in December and on Tuesday, December 29. In January, wrestling will conduct its traditional Thursday night schedule.

Events in any sport not played due to a COVID issue involving one of the schools will be declared a no contest and the schools will attempt to reschedule. All spectator guidelines will be enforced for non-conference games played at FVA sites.

Kaukauna Runs to First State Girls Cross Country Championship

Kaukauna captured its first WIAA state girls cross country championship to cap an unusual 2020 fall season amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The Galloping Ghosts finished with 79 points to outscore runner-up Whitefish Bay by seven points on October 31 in Hartland.

The 12-team championship meet was run in three sessions with four teams and 10 individual qualifiers per session. Kaukauna was one of four Fox Valley Association schools to participate in girls cross country during the fall along with Hortonville, Kimberly and Neenah. Out of the 421 schools that sponsor the sport statewide, 74 (17.5 percent) will run in an alternate season in the spring, including the remaining six FVA teams.

Kaukauna was led by senior Anna Fauske, who posted a 5K time of 18:23 to finish fourth overall. Alexa Kinas placed 17th, Sydney Fauske was 24th, Cailin Kinas was 39nd and Olivia Ahrens was 50th.

It marks Kaukauna's 23rd WIAA state title and 11th since 2014. Neenah is the only other FVA school to win a girls cross country state title, claiming three straight from 1981-83.

Twenty Schools Join to Form Spring High School Football Conference

A group of 20 high schools from four different central and eastern Wisconsin conferences have joined to form the Fox Valley Classic Football Conference to provide regular season and playoff games for the alternate spring football season in 2021.

The schools, representing the Fox Valley Association, Wisconsin Valley Conference and both divisions of the Fox River Classic Conference, will be split into four groups and play a five-game regular season followed by a two-game playoff format.

The schools are grouped based on a combination of enrollment and past success to provide competitive and unique matchups while still maintaining some traditional rivalries. Each school will play the other four teams in its group and one crossover game with a team from another group during the five-game regular season. Practices begin on March 8 and the first games will be played Thursday, March 25 or Friday, March 26.

Click here to read more and view the 2021 spring schedule

Welcome to the Fox Valley Association

The Fox Valley Association begins its 51st season of competition during the 2020-21 school year. The Fox Valley Association is one of the oldest athletic conferences in Wisconsin with six of its seven original members still intact from its founding in 1970. 

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. 

Fox Valley Association: 50 Years of Memories

The Fox Valley Association has had plenty of great teams, athletes and moments that have made the conference special over the past five decades. Click below to read a recap of some of the best. Hard copies of the document are available at Fox Valley Association events over late January and February.

Click here to read about 50 years of Fox Valley Association memories