April 30, 2017
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He’s not just a Hawk — he’s a role model, too


It’s perfectly normal for a 17-year-old boys basketball player to think of NBA superstars as role models, to admire the likes of LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, Chris Paul or Anthony Davis.

What you don’t often expect, however, is that a 17-year-old might have the maturity and self-awareness to go right ahead and be a role model himself.

Camp is this Scout’s honor



Evan Newman wanted to go a different direction for his Eagle Scout project than most aspiring Eagle Scouts do for theirs.

SLC lauds Williams as top player


The unquestioned leader of the Central boys basketball team’s journey to a WIAA Division-2 sectional final was senior Tre’ Williams.

So it makes sense that Williams also brought home the Southern Lakes Conference’s Player of the Year honor as well.

Bellarmine too much for UW-Parkside


As the Bellarmine lead grew larger and larger, the basket just seemed to get smaller and smaller for the UW-Parkside men’s basketball team.

Rivals collide in sectional semi



To say tonight’s game might be the biggest in the history of the Wilmot and Central boys basketball rivalry would not be an oversell.

Teaching a will to win


It wasn’t the most appealing “help wanted” sign.

Two years ago, the Central boys basketball team was in search of a coach. The Falcons were coming off their seventh straight losing season and had not won a conference championship since 1998.

St. Joseph drops heartbreaker


BROWN DEER — Probably no more than six inches.

That’s how close the St. Joseph girls basketball team was to a return trip to the WIAA Division-4 State Tournament.

Central routs Union Grove


PADDOCK LAKE — So far, the Central boys basketball team has faced familiar foes in the WIAA Division-2 state playoffs.

After struggling with Southern Lakes Conference rival Waterford Friday night, the two-time SLC champions overwhelmed visiting Union Grove 73-39 Saturday night to win their first regional championship in over 20 years.

Johns scores career-high 42 points, but Lancers fall in overtime


Thanks largely to DeAndre Johns career-high 42 points, the fourth-seeded St. Joseph boys basketball team gave top-ranked and top-seeded Destiny all it could handle.

But it wasn’t quite enough to extend the Lancers’ season, as Destiny prevailed 82-80 in overtime, in a WIAA Division-4 regional final Saturday night in Milwaukee.

Wilmot upsets Burlington to extend improbable playoff run


The Wilmot boys basketball team’s improbable postseason continued Saturday night.

After going 5-16 in the regular season, the 10th-seeded Panthers won their third consecutive postseason game in five days, this time edging third-seeded Burlington, 70-69, in a WIAA Division-2 regional final on the Demons’ home court.

Bellarmine ousts UWP in semifinal


The Bellarmine men’s basketball team has been a major thorn in the side of UW-Parkside, as it has been for many other teams.

But just moments after his Knights dispatched the Rangers in a hard-fought Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament semifinal on Saturday afternoon, Bellarmine coach Scott Davenport emphatically made the case for the Rangers being in the NCAA Division II Tournament field.

Wilmot upsets No. 2 seed in OT to reach regional final

The Wilmot boys basketball team had to deal with a No. 2 seed, a hostile crowd and overtime.

No problem.

St. Joseph outlasts Hope Christian to earn regional finals

DeAndre Johns has found himself in just about every type of situation in his four years of varsity basketball at St. Joseph.

So, the senior guard was not about to panic when his team found itself trailing by five point at halftime to visiting Hope Christian in the regional semifinals of the WIAA Division-4 playoffs on Friday.

Indian Trail boys fall in regional semifinal at Mukwonago, 57-37

A slow start derailed the Indian Trail boys basketball season on Friday.

The 10th-seeded Hawks managed just 13 first-half points and suffered a 57-37 loss at No. 7 Mukwonago in a WIAA Division-1 regional semifinal.

Parkside vs. Bellarmine in semifinals of GLVC tourney


UW-Parkside men’s basketball coach Luke Reigel was blunt in his assessment of what happened when his team played Bellarmine during the regular season.

UWP rolls into semis


The UW-Parkside men’s basketball team got off to a rough start on Thursday afternoon.

Red Hawks break Panthers’ hearts yet again



FORT ATKINSON — Milton did it again.

Return trip in sights



MOUNT PLEASANT — Playing a gimmick defense is intended to make life difficult for St. Joseph senior forward Sidney Cooks, one of the best high school girls basketball players in the country.

UWP duo named to first team



UW-Parkside senior guard Alec Brown and junior point guard Kendale McCullum have ranked among the Great Lakes Valley Conference leaders in most statistical categories all season, and they were rewarded by being named first-team All-GLVC in voting by the league coaches that was released Wednesday.

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