September 26, 2016
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Wilmot quarterback A.J. Frisby, left, pitches the ball to teammate Robert Brent, but the ball eludes him in the second overtime period in Lake Geneva on Friday night. A Badger player caught the ball to end the game, which Lake Geneva won 27-21. ( KENOSHA NEWS FILE PHOTO BY BILL SIEL )

Monday Morning Quarterback


Shoreland Lutheran’s Josh Wordell does have some experience as a quarterback in organized football.

The senior spent time as the Pacers’ signal caller on the junior varsity level as a sophomore and began his career with some quarterbacking in the Shoreland youth program.

So when Shoreland coach Paul Huebner wanted to get the ball into the hands of Wordell more often, the Pacers gave the 6-foot-2, 162-pounder control of the option offense behind center in Week 4.

Lehr wins title at Wilmot Raceway

Genoa City’s Todd Lehr captured the season title in the Wingless Sprints on Saturday to highlight the final night of action for 2016 at the Wilmot Raceway.

Lehr finished second in the feature race to Howards Grove’s Mike Kertscher, but still earned the overall title.

College ticker: Parkside men’s soccer team wins


UW-Parkside 2, Bellarmine 1

A confusing finish for Bradford, Indian Trail


From the opening ceremonies to the final play, Thursday’s inaugural game at Mary D. Bradford Stadium was packed with nonstop action.

It was interrupted, however, by a lot of confusion during a critical sequence on Bradford’s last-gasp drive, which ended in a missed field goal as Indian Trail held on for a 41-38 victory.

2016 just might be a turning point for Brewers


As a baseball fan, the last game of the season you attend is always bittersweet.

While it’s fun to watch the world’s best players and sample ballpark fare one more time, it’s also sad knowing you won’t get to do it again for seven months.

Prep ticker: Falcons fifth in Sprawl volleyball tourney


West Bend Sprawl

Carthage rallies to beat Augustana


With the offense sputtering and time running out, the Carthage football team gave backup Kyle Friberg his first chance as quarterback.

College ticker: Parkside wins GLVC volleyball match


UW-Parkside 3, Missouri-St. Louis 1

Prep tennis roundup: St. Joseph girls win league tourney


To say the St. Joseph girls tennis team had a strong outing at Saturday’s Metro Classic Conference Tournament at Racine Prairie would be an understatement.

Total domination would be more accurate.

Packers might not be that good


The Packers’ loss last week to Minnesota sent many fans into a full-out tizzy, just two weeks into the marathon that is the NFL regular season.

First off, it’s way too early to panic.

College ticker: UWP prevails in women’s soccer



UW-Parkside 1, Southern Indiana 0

Oak Creek puts a thumping on Tremper

OAK CREEK — Complete and utter domination.

That’s the only way to sum up Oak Creek’s 58-0 victory over Tremper in a Southeast Conference football game Friday night.

An agonizing first loss for Wilmot


LAKE GENEVA — There’s only one way to describe Wilmot’s 27-21 double-overtime loss at Lake Geneva Badger on Friday night.

“Heartbreaking,” Panthers quarterback A.J. Frisby said. “There’s no other word to describe it besides heartbreaking.”

Pacers turn it around in second half to beat Racine Lutheran

RACINE — If there was a perfect time for Shoreland Lutheran to make a defensive statement for the 2016 season, it was in the second half of Friday’s Metro Classic Conference clash against Racine Lutheran at Horlick Field.

The Pacers trailed 21-14 at halftime, and had little luck up to that point keeping the high-powered Crusaders 21-14 out of the end zone.

Defense leads Lancers past BCC

It took almost the entire first half Friday night for the St. Joseph offense to find an opening in its Metro Classic Conference contest against Burlington Catholic Central at Ameche Field.

That slow start didn’t seem to matter much because the Lancers’ defense was downright suffocating.

Prep roundup: Waterford overwhelms Central in football

Central was limited to 64 rushing yards and six first downs in falling to visiting Waterford 35-6 in a Southern Lakes Conference football game on Friday night.

The Wolverines scored the game’s first 35 points in moving to 3-1 in the SLC and 5-1 overall.

Stadium’s opening was grand


Fishing from my stream of consciousness, Bradford-style:

Matt Chwala just cemented another place for himself in Bradford history.

Carthage football hosts Augustana

The plan was pretty simple for the Carthage football team following a five-point loss to seventh-ranked Wheaton last Saturday.

“We’ve got to respond to a loss to a good football team and come back to play another good football team, and find a way to win the game,” Red Men coach Mike Yeager said.

Indian Trail survives thriller over Bradford


The first football game ever played at Mary D. Bradford Stadium may remain the most exciting for quite some time.

Prep ticker: Trojans third in SEC golf


Southeast Conference Tournament

Prep volleyball roundup: CLS girls improve to 5-0 in league play

The Christian Life girls volleyball team stayed unbeaten in the Midwest Classic Conference with a sweep of Milwaukee Heritage Christian on Thursday night.

The Eagles prevailed 25-11, 25-18, 25-16 to move to 5-0 in the MCC and 17-7 overall.

Bradford beats Indian Trail in soccer at new stadium


A roar erupted from the standing-room-only crowd at the new Mary D. Bradford Stadium early Thursday night.

And it wasn’t because Indian Trail or the host Red Devils had scored a touchdown.

Briefs: Hershberger GLVC golfer of the week

UW-Parkside freshman Kevin Hershberger was named the Great Lakes Valley Conference Men’s Golfer of the Week, the league announced Thursday.

Hershberger is the first UWP player to earn the honor since Kyle Kolberg on Oct. 7, 2015.

Prep football: Burlington Catholic Central (1-4, 1-2 MCC) vs. St. Joseph (3-2, 2-1 MCC)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Tremper High School (Ameche Field), 8560 26th Ave.

Playing football on grass


Since he played two years for the Chicago Bears, I’ll skip the oh-so-easy cheap shots and get right to the story.

Former offensive lineman Eben Britton recently admitted he not only smoked pot regularly as a player, but was also high during three games.

Prep football: Shoreland Lutheran (2-3, 1-2 MCC) at Racine Lutheran (3-2, 2-1)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Horlick Athletic Field, 1648 Memorial Drive, Racine

Prep football: Waterford (4-1, 2-1 SLC) at Central (1-4, 0-3)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Central High School, 24617 75th St., Paddock Lake

Prep football: Tremper (2-3, 2-1 SEC) at Oak Creek (3-2, 1-2)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Oak Creek High School (340 E. Puetz Road)

Prep football: Wilmot (5-0, 3-0 SLC) at Lake Geneva Badger (5-0, 3-0)

When: 7 p.m. Friday

Where: Badger High School (220 E. South St., Lake Geneva)

Prep football: Indian Trail (3-1, 3-0 SEC) vs. Bradford (1-4, 1-2 SEC)

When: 7 p.m. Thursday

Where: Mary D. Bradford Stadium, 3700 Washington Rd.

Prep ticker: Bad second half for CLS soccer team



University School of Milwaukee 9, Christian Life 1

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