Shortly after the Carthage women’s basketball team handed second-ranked Hope College a 72-67 defeat — its first loss of the season — in the second round of the NCAA Division III Tournament on Saturday night at Tarble Arena, coach Tim Bernero was asked about the location of the upcoming sectional.
“It’s not foreign to us to go play on the road and win in this tournament,” Bernero said.
The first day of high school football practice is still a little under five months away, but one non-conference game on the 2014 schedule has already piqued my curiosity.
When Bradford hosts Brookfield Central on Aug. 29 at Jaskwhich Stadium, a fiery familiar face will be on the sideline lighting a charge in the visiting Lancers.
Juan Bowers drove in four runs in the nightcap to help the UW-Parkside baseball team split a non-conference doubleheader with Missouri S&T on Sunday in Rolla, Mo.
The Rangers lost the seven-inning first game, 2-1, and won the nine-inning second game, 9-2.
Wilmot High School will be selling tickets for Thursday’s WIAA Division-2 sectional semifinal girls basketball game at Waukesha West.
Wilmot is playing McFarland at 7 p.m.
RACINE — There would be no back-to-back big comebacks for the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team.
Twenty-four hours after overcoming a 16-point deficit against rival St. Joseph, the Pacers were outscored in every quarter as top-ranked Racine Prairie pulled away for a 48-32 victory in a WIAA Division-4 regional final on Saturday night before a large crowd at the Johnson Athletic Center.
Tremper graduate Ross Martin found himself back atop the podium on Saturday night.
Martin, 29, collected the main event victory Saturday at Round 14 of the ISOC Racing AMSOIL Championship Snocross Pro Open series in the U.S. Air Force Snocross event at Buffalo River Race Park in Glyndon, Minn. Logan Christian was second and Cody Thomsen was third.
WILMOT — By his own choosing, Keiya Square isn’t a very vocal coach. You don’t often see him yelling at his players or officials.
The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team will play the waiting game.
The 19th-ranked Rangers placed their NCAA Division II Tournament fate in the hand of a committee in falling to Bellarmine, 90-78, in a Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament semifinal Saturday night at the Ford Center in Indianapolis.
The UW-Parkside baseball team needed extra innings to record its first victory of the season on Saturday.
Returning to the diamond after a nearly two-week hiatus, the Rangers topped Missouri S&T, 7-6, in 10 innings at the S&T Baseball Field in Rolla, Mo. The second game of the scheduled non-conference doubleheader was cancelled due to sleet and freezing rain.
The Carthage baseball team opens its season with a non-conference doubleheader against Fontbonne noon Sunday in Imperial, Mo.
Here is a closer look at the team:
One of my favorite things to do each year is watch the Marquette men’s basketball team play in the NCAA Tournament.
Barring a miracle, it looks like I’ll get a head start on spring cleaning instead.
WILMOT — Survive and advance is the mantra for the postseason, and the host Wilmot girls basketball team did that with relative ease Friday night.
The Tremper High School athletic department might want to check the rim on the backboard at the west end of its gymnasium.
Based on the results of Friday’s WIAA Division-1 girls basketball regional semifinal, that rim has to be a few inches larger than its counterpart on the east side of the court.
Legendary Carthage College football coach Art Keller has had fields and awards named after him.
He could be in line for another huge honor.