Twenty minutes of terrible.
SOMERS — The UW-Parkside women’s basketball team needed a strong finish Saturday to stay perfect at home and stretch its winning streak to nine.
The Rangers scored the game’s final six points to pull out a 59-54 Great Lakes Valley Conference win over Saint Joseph’s before 817 at the DeSimone Gymansium.
KENOSHA — The Carthage College women’s basketball team halted its four-game losing streak in convincing fashion on Saturday.
The Reds led for virtually the entire game in downing Illinois Wesleyan 68-57 in a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin game at Tarble Arena.
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KENOSHA — Becky Bonnin has been a part of three conference championship teams in softball.
You better believe the St. Joseph girls basketball team’s lone senior wants to be part of the school’s first conference championship in girls basketball.
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KENOSHA — An undefeated conference season is what coach Cliff McKenzie said the Reuther boys basketball team wanted most this season, and after routing Faith Christian 76-45 at home on Friday night it might just reach that goal.
The Bulldogs are 9-6 overall and sit atop the Indian Trails Conference Blue Division at 9-0. After winning just eight games all of last season, McKenzie said this season has been unexpected.
KENOSHA — Following his team’s colossal 72-68 Great Lakes Valley Conference win over top-ranked Indianapolis at the DeSimone Gymnasium on Thursday night, UW-Parkside men’s basketball coach Luke Reigel planned to celebrate in only the way that coaches do.
He was going to watch film.
SOMERS — In his tenure as the UW-Parkside men’s basketball coach, now in its 12th season, Luke Reigel has endured his share of lean years.
The Rangers have traditionally been something of an afterthought, not respected around the Great Lakes Valley Conference like some of the league’s usual stalwarts. Reigel would talk about playing in crowded arenas with boisterous student sections, only to come home to the DeSimone Gymnasium, where you felt like you could count the attendance in about a minute.
KENOSHA — The Carthage men’s and women’s basketball teams will try to snap losing skids when they host Illinois Wesleyan in a College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin doubleheader Saturday at Tarble Arena.
The women’s game starts at 5 p.m. with the men’s game to follow at 7 p.m. Both games will be broadcast on WLIP-AM 1050 (wlip.com).
The first-place St. Joseph girls basketball team will try to stay undefeated in the Metro Classic Conference when it hosts Racine Prairie at 2:45 p.m. Saturday at Madrigrano Gymnasium.
The Lancers, who are ranked No. 7 in Division-4 in the latest Associated Press media poll and WisSports.net state coaches poll, are 10-0 in the MCC (13-3 overall), while the Hawks are 7-10 and 4-7.
SOMERS — The UW-Parkside women’s basketball team made 13-of-14 free throws in overtime to defeat Indianapolis, 75-66, in a Great Lakes Valley Conference game at DeSimone Gymnasium on Thursday night.
It was the eighth win in a row for Parkside (15-4 overall, 8-2 GLVC).
St. Joseph remained perfect in Metro Classic Conference play as the Lancers ran over Burlington Catholic Central, 70-32, at Madrigano Gymnasium on Thursday night.
After building a 38-20 cushion at halftime, the Lancers (10-0 MCC, 13-3 overall) finished with four players in double figures. Sidney Cooks led the way with 16 points and 13 rebounds. Starletta Keene (13), Jalah Harris (13) and Becky Bonnin (11) also led St. Joseph.
KENOSHA — With big postseason tournaments looming, Tremper’s wrestling team had some unfinished regular-season business to wrap up on Thursday night.
The Trojans captured the Glen McCulloch Wrestling Traveling Trophy for the first time in three seasons with a 43-28 victory over host Bradford.