Christian Life 54, Reuther 22
UW-Parkside’s Aaron Heidersheid was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Wrestler of the Week on Monday.
The redshirt junior from Adams, Wis., scored a 10-4 decision over Quinton Lueck in the final match of the night at 149 pounds to give the Rangers a come-from-behind 21-19 victory over Concordia (Wis.) on Wednesday. With the victory, Heidersheid improved to 11-8 overall.
Five county matchups in three sports highlight today’s high school schedule.
In basketball, Tremper will host a Southeast Conference doubleheader against Indian Trail.
MILWAUKEE — His dress shirt unbuttoned at the neck, Jason Kidd looks relaxed and calm on the sideline while coaching the Milwaukee Bucks.
At 22-22, the Bucks are enjoying success while sticking with their rebuilding blueprint during Kidd’s first year in Milwaukee. Even the playoffs are a possibility now in the mediocre Eastern Conference.
Evan Lewandowski and Dylan Rivard both had first-place finishes for the UW-Parkside men’s track and field team in the Greyhound Classic on Saturday at the University of Indianapolis.
Lewandowski won the 5,000-meter run in 14:57.41 and the All-American was followed to the finish line by teammate Jake Dubnicka (15:08.35).
CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Cubs great Ernie Banks died after a heart attack, an attorney representing the Hall of Famer’s family said Sunday.
With Banks’ widow standing nearby at a news conference at a downtown hotel, Mark Bogen said Banks had the heart attack Friday in Chicago and died later that day. He did not provide any other details.
Fresh off a 49-39 Metro Classic Conference victory over Racine Prairie on Friday night, the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team will go for two in a row when it hosts Greendale Martin Luther in a makeup game at 7:30 tonight in Somers.
Both teams are 4-4 in league play.
KENOSHA — Another boys swim meet, another record-setting performance by Bradford junior Ivar Iverson.
Iverson set records in two individual events on Saturday at the Bradford Invitational, winning the 200-yard individual medley in a a pool-record 1 minute, 54.08 seconds and breaking both the pool record and his own school record in the 100 backstroke with a time of 51.28.
Fifth-ranked Carthage defeated Trinity International, 25-7, 25-12, 25-11, and Hannibal LaGrange, 25-23, 25-14, 25-20, in a triangular at Tarble Arena on Saturday. ... “We are a team in development,” Carthage coach L.J. Marx said. “We lost five seniors from last year, so we have a lot of new faces in a lot of new positions. It’s a work in progress.” ... Griffin Shields had a team-high 17 kills and 12 blocks in the two matches, while Tyler Saieg had 52 assists.
In what Carthage men’s basketball coach Bosko Djurickovic called “as tough a loss as I can remember,” the Red Men were crushed on a difficult jumper by Wheaton’s Joel Smith with 0.4 second left that delivered the Thunder a 46-45 win in a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin thriller on Saturday night at King Arena in Wheaton, Ill.
After Carthage’s Ellis Matthews missed a 3-pointer with 10.5 seconds left that would’ve given the Red Men (7-10 overall, 3-4 CCIW) a two-possession lead, Wheaton’s Caleb DeMoss grabbed the rebound, and the Thunder pushed ahead with no timeouts left. Smith nailed the winning jumper despite being tightly defended.
The Carthage women’s basketball team faced its second top-25 team in a row Saturday, and the Reds’ losing streak grew to three after a 58-53 College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin loss to No. 16 Wheaton at King Arena in Wheaton, Ill.
After giving up 101 points to No. 22 North Central on Wednesday, Carthage (11-7 overall, 4-3 CCIW) was in prime position to grab a win from Wheaton when it opened the game with an 11-0 run. But Wheaton charged back and closed the half with a 19-11 run to cut Carthage’s lead to 22-19.
The UW-Parkside women’s basketball team rallied late to extend its winning streak to seven, beating Bellarmine, 63-58, in a Great Lakes Valley Conference game Saturday afternoon at Knights Hall in Louisville, Ky.
“You have to love 7-0, especially with how hard the girls have been working and especially with some of the games,” Parkside coach Jacob Yorg said.
The No. 19 UW-Parkside men’s basketball team’s 12-game winning streak ended with a thud on Saturday afternoon at Knights Hall in Louisville, Ky.
No. 7 Bellarmine seized control almost from the opening tip en route to a 75-52 Great Lakes Conference victory to climb into a tie with Parkside for second place in the East Division.
Wilmot 59, Lake Geneva Badger 53