The St. Joseph boys basketball team earned an impressive road win Friday night.
Simply put, Indian Trail junior Ezra Stargell was on a different level Friday night.
First-year Tremper girls basketball coach Lynell Collins has started to see steady improvements from his young team.
PADDOCK LAKE — The first time the Central and Elkhorn boys basketball teams met way back in December, it was the Falcons who handed it to the Elks to take early control in the Southern Lakes Conference race. On Tuesday night, it was the Elks’ turn — and now the battle for the title is up for grabs.
Kalina Winslow scored 15 of her team-high 18 points after halftime to lead the Indian Trail girls basketball team to a 44-40 Southeast Conference win over Bradford on Tuesday night at Indian Trail.
Despite 24 points from Andrew Alia, the St. Joseph boys basketball team came up just short Tuesday night in a 51-46 Metro Classic Conference home loss to Burlington Catholic Central at Madrigrano Gymnasium.
Max Glass almost got away with it without his coach knowing.
Max Glass drained five 3-pointers in scoring a game-high 23 points, and the Bradford boys basketball team clamped down defensively Wednesday night in a 55-48 non-conference win over Central at the Bradford Fieldhouse.
WATERFORD — Just about four minutes into Friday night’s Southern Lakes Conference contest at Waterford, it looked like the Wilmot boys basketball team may be in a bit of trouble.
The Racine St. Catherine’s boys basketball team, ranked No. 1 in Division-3 in the latest WisSports.net state coaches poll, remained unbeaten with an 82-35 Metro Classic Conference win at Shoreland Lutheran on Friday night.
The Central boys basketball team improved to 5-0 in the Southern Lakes Conference with a 53-42 win over Lake Geneva Badger on Thursday night in Paddock Lake.
Bradford freshman Nevaeh Thomas continued her stellar debut season by filling the stat sheet with 17 points, 16 rebounds, five steals, three assists and two blocks as the Red Devils defeated Tremper, 61-46, in a Southeast Conference matchup at Tremper on Tuesday night.
The object of everyone’s desire was bouncing around like a 5-year-old on a Pixie Sticks binge.
PADDOCK LAKE — At last year’s Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic at Carthage, a veteran Central boys basketball squad handled an up-and-coming Racine St. Catherine’s team by 15 points.
The Wilmot girls basketball team had no answer for Racine Lutheran’s Caroline Strande on Friday night.
But a win is a win.
For 18 minutes Friday night, the Tremper boys basketball team had the look of a squad that hadn’t played in six days.
After about 35 minutes and 59 seconds of hardfought basketball between the Bradford and Racine Case boys teams Friday night, everything came down to which way the ball would roll.
In a perfect world, a person’s journey to success follows a straight path.
It didn’t take me long to realize that Jared Franz would be a head football coach at some point in his high school career.
It takes months of planning — seven, tournament co-director John Lynn once said — to organize the Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic.
The sophomores were at it again for the Central boys basketball team.
Fans who missed Saturday night’s crosstown tilt between the Tremper and St. Joseph boys basketball teams may regret not venturing to Carthage’s Tarble Arena.
With just less than six minutes left Saturday afternoon, the St. Joseph and Tremper girls basketball teams appeared to be headed toward a hotly-contested finish.
Haley Christianson scored a game-high 21 points, and the Bradford girls basketball team finished off a 2-0 performance in the Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic with a 54-37 win over Racine Prairie in Friday’s opening game of the day at Carthage’s Tarble Arena.
With 2 minutes, 37 seconds left in the first half Friday night, the St. Joseph boys basketball team held a seven-point lead over Central.
The Indian Trail boys basketball team scrapped, battled and generally did anything it could to neutralize the superior length of West Allis Central on Friday night.
The first night of the eighth annual Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic at Carthage’s Tarble Arena gave local high school basketball fans plenty to cheer about.
The Doctors of Physical Therapy Holiday Classic at Carthage’s Tarble Arena annually creates some of the most interesting cross-conference matchups in the area between high school basketball teams and players.
The Bradford boys basketball team found itself locked in a tight non-conference battle Friday night with visiting Lakes (Ill.).