Here are the crime stories published in the Kenosha News July 10-11, 2019.
RACINE — A Racine woman is facing charges after allegedly kicking an officer in the groin and pepper-spraying a woman.
RACINE — Four people have been arrested in connection with a June 29 bank robbery at a Racine Wells Fargo branch, Racine Police announced Tues…
The trial will be postponed for a man accused of killing three members of the Rizzo family in a drunken-driving crash on Highway 50.
A teen was sentenced to nine months in jail for his part in a school threat last year, but because of the length of time he has spent in custo…
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A Kenosha woman and her two young children were kidnapped and held overnight in a Milwaukee …
St. Joseph senior lineman Kyle Matrise made an emotional visit before the Lancers’ non-conference season-opener Thursday night against Milwaukee Bradley Tech.
Trying to protect a six-point lead in the fourth quarter, Milwaukee Hamilton quarterback Montreal Patin kept the ball on an off-tackle run and was stood up at the line of scrimmage by the Shoreland Lutheran defense, creating a scrum of bodies.
Senior lineman Kyle Matrise, senior running back Jake Gessert and sophomore quarterback Jacob Ashmus led the St. Joseph football team to a season-opening 34-8 non-conference win over Milwaukee Bradley Tech on Thursday night at Ameche Field.
Among Kenosha County football teams, Indian Trail was the last program standing in 2018.
Bradford football coach Troy Bowe knows defense.
Bradford at Waterford
Tremper at Milwaukee Pius XI
Tremper football coach Jared McGranahan knows the facts.
Racine Case at Central
Milwaukee Bradley Tech at St. Joseph
Indian Trail at Wilmot
Through the first two weeks of practice and a preseason scrimmage, there seems to be a different feeling surrounding the Central football team.
If the Shoreland Lutheran football team doesn’t have the best offensive line in the Metro Classic Conference, it may have the smartest.
Shoreland Lutheran at Milwaukee Hamilton
It’s not like when he spent five seasons as the head football coach at Bradford from 2013 through 2017, Matt Rizzo didn’t do everything he could to keep his players healthy throughout practices and games.
For third-year Wilmot football coach Keiya Square, there’s more than enough reasons for optimism heading into 2019.
Defensive back Sayge Terrell had a solid junior year in 2018 for the Bradford football team.
After spending over a decade as an assistant coach in the high school football hotbed of South Carolina, second-year Bradford head coach Troy Bowe — a Kenosha native — moved about 750 miles back home last June to take the reins at Bradford.
Matt Rizzo always planned to get back into coaching.
Editor’s note: This is the fourth of a “Where Are They Now?” series that will run each month during the Kenosha News’ 125th anniversary year. The series focuses on former Kenosha County standout athletes and their lives after sports.
With four seniors on last year’s first-team roster, there was plenty of room for turnover this year on the 55th annual Kenosha News All-County Boys Basketball Team.
Here is a closer look at the 2018-19 All-County Boys Basketball second team:
The prolific scoring efforts of Shoreland Lutheran senior Chelby Koker certainly made plenty of local girls basketball news in 2018-19.
Jaeden Zackery and Chelby Koker were honored with one final award recently for their standout senior seasons with the Central boys and Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball teams, respectively.
Bolton earns All-Metro honors
For the second straight season, the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association bestowed Central senior guard Jaeden Zackery with an award commensurate with his talented peers throughout the state.
It took a buzzer-beater from Southern Lakes Conference rival Elkhorn in last week’s Division-2 sectional semifinal to keep the Central boys basketball team from a return trip to state.
BURLINGTON — This time, the Central boys basketball team couldn’t escape Elkhorn.
As Yogi Berra would say, it’s deja vu all over again.