Tremper’s Daniel Moore, Indian Trail’s Austin Sternbach and Central’s Luke Andrekus each won their matches at No. 1 singles on Monday in a WIAA Division-1 boys tennis subsectional at Central.
Moore — the top seed — defeated Bradford’s Ian Thorne, 6-1, 6-0, Sternbach notched a 6-4, 6-0 victory over Racine Park’s Josh Grady Miller and Andrekus beat Wilmot’s Kalyn Coose, 6-0, 6-1. The trio moves on to Wednesday’s sectional at Waukesha’s Heyer Park.
My colleague Dan Truttschel recently penned a column, and I happened to agree with Dan, examining the unwritten rules of baseball.
His column got me thinking about unwritten rules in general, and being a keen observer of the psychological machinations that drive sports fans — I have deep personal experience in this field seeing as a lifetime of sports fandom has driven me, more or less, mentally insane — I thought someone ought to write down some rules for sports fans to live by.
Former Tremper soccer star David Caban is used to being in the middle of the action.
Zack Weigel was something of a pleasant surprise for the Kenosha Kingfish last season.
After two years of planning, the Carthage football team will finally get to experience life overseas for the next week.
Christian Life graduate Brie Tennyson’s name is all over the Judson University’s softball record book — and just has one more to get as her senior season is coming to a close.