The Kenosha Kingfish will make their Northwoods League debut on May 27 vs. Wisconsin Rapids. Here’s a quick look at how the 12 players currently on the Kingfish roster are faring for their college teams:
The 25th annual Southern Lakes Conference Academic Top 10 Banquet was held on Sunday at the Cotton Exchange II in Waterford.
The banquet honors in the 10 academically ranked senior student-athletes from each of the eight member schools of the SLC.
KENOSHA — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association will take a historic vote when its annual meeting is held Wednesday at Stevens Point.
Fourteen years after voting to offer membership to nonpublic schools, the WIAA membership in attendance is expected to vote on a proposed 1.65 multiplier for nonpublic schools.
If you are told by someone who works in the sports department at a daily newspaper that they enjoy the spring sports season, don’t believe it.
It is a blatant lie.
Everything old is new again.
With today marking the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson’s Major League debut, I am revisiting my column that appeared in this very spot 17 years ago today.
The UW-Parkside golf team took 12th place at the two-day Midwest Regional, which concluded Monday at the Purgatory Golf Club in Indiana
The Rangers finished Sunday three strokes off the leaders with a 297 before shooting a 318 on Monday to tie Cedarville University and Drury University for 12th with a 615.
Here’s a look at the Carthage College women’s tennis teams dual matches on Sunday:
At Eastside Tennis & Fitness
Mike Fisher could train to become an MMA fighter, attempt to climb Mount Kilimanjaro or swim across Lake Michigan.
Instead, he is taking over the fledgling Christian Life football program.
The second annual Mark Your Moment Showcase ended up being a draw on Saturday night at Racine Case.
In a pair of High School Senior All-Star Games pitting Kenosha County against Racine County, Kenosha posted a 69-58 victory in the girls game, while Racine rolled to a 94-77 victory in the boys game.
The Great Lakes Valley Conference released its weekly award winners for the outdoor track and field season on Friday and UW-Parkside senior Jessica Watychowciz secured Runner of the Week accolades.
Watychowicz made her 2014 debut on the track on April 4 at the Stanford Invitational, clocking a school-record and NCAA meet provisional-qualifying time of 16 minutes, 38.65 seconds in the 5,000-meter run. She owns the fastest time in NCAA Division II by more than six seconds and entered the week with the 76th-fastest collegiate time in the country (NCAA Divisions I, II, III and NAIA).
The Wilmot girls track and field team brought home a runner-up finish from the Tom Burger Invitational on Saturday at Milwaukee Lutheran.
Milwaukee Lutheran won with 432 points and Wilmot edged Burlington for second, 352-348.
The Christian Life soccer team lost to Racine Horlick 2-0 in the championship game of the Wilmot Quad on Saturday.
“We hung around most of the game,” said CLS coach Alan Krass, whose team is 2-1.
The Carthage men’s volleyball team was ousted once again by its No. 1 nemesis.
Third-ranked Juniata College of Huntingdon, Pa., swept fourth-ranked Carthage, 25-21, 25-23, 25-18, in the semifinals of the Continental Volleyball Conference Tournament at Saturday at Thiel College’s Beeghley Gymnasium in Greenville, Pa.
The Carthage men’s golf team took fifth in the two-day Millikin Weist Foundation Classic with a 620 (296-324), which concluded Saturday at Hickory Point Golf Course in Forsyth, Ill., after Friday’s first round was played at Red Tail Run Golf Course in Decatur, Ill.
Lindenwood University-Belleville won the 12-team tourney with a 591 (291-300) and Millikin was second at 599 (286-313).