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Game Day


Welcome to the one-stop-shop to receive all of the information you need for Wolverine Athletics on game day.  Below you will find links to video streaming for many events, rosters for West and opposing schools, and protocols being followed by each sport to keep our community safe and our athletes competing!


We are continuing to offer a livestream option for our stadium events, including lacrosse and soccer. Please use the link below to access our games via the NFHS Network. A $10.99 a month fee is required to use this service, which can be accessed through their website: To sign up, just click the “Subscribe Now” button and follow the instructions.

Waukesha West - NFHS Network

Visit this link to view athletic events taking place in our stadium, which will include Girls Soccer, Girls Lacrosse, and Boys Lacrosse for the spring season.


Effective 5/12/21, the School District of Waukesha Board of Education has set new guidelines for our district including the stance that masks will now be optional for everyone on school grounds.  This includes student-athletes, coaches, officials, game workers, and spectators.

The Classic 8 Conference have put the following protocols in place during our spring sports season, and Waukesha student-athletes and families are expected to abide by these protocols when visiting non-SDW sites:

All individuals will be encouraged to practice social distancing whenever possible (athletes, event staff, spectators, public). Coaches and game officials will be required to wear face coverings at all times. Masks are also required indoors for anyone entering a school building (athletes, event staff, spectators and public).

Masks will be required on buses, when entering and leaving the game site, or when unable to maintain social distance while meeting as a team. Athletes may take off their masks when warming up or participating.

All spectators are to be masked when entering and leaving a stadium entrance. Social distancing must be maintained when at the game site.  Masking is not required while watching the competition if social distance is observed. No spectator capacity limits are in place at this time.