The Tremper boys basketball team improved to 2-0 with a 60-51 non-conference win at Milwaukee South on Thursday.
Coming off three consecutive WIAA Division-2 sectional appearances, the youthful Central boys basketball team will likely take some time to find its footing after graduating a number of key players from those outstanding teams.
Junior guard Jordyn Brown had quite the hot hand for the Bradford girls basketball team Tuesday night.
The Indian Trail boys basketball team pulled off a little bit of March Madness in late November.
Just about the only blemish suffered by the Tremper boys basketball team Saturday afternoon came on mistimed alley-oop for a dunk that led to a technical foul.
The Indian Trail girls basketball team enjoyed a slim three-point lead Friday night over visiting Lake Geneva Badger.
WILMOT — Through the first 18 minutes Friday night, the visiting Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team took Wilmot out of its comfort zone.
With the size and strength of a pickup truck — his basketball coaches and teammates indeed called him “Truck” — the hands of a wide receiver and the feet of a running back, it’s no surprise that football appeared to come easy to Daviyon Nixon when he was dominating the Southeast Conference a…
Tyson Mengel was just 27 years old when he landed his first head coaching job with the Central football program.
FRANKLIN — Sometimes, you just have to tip your hat.
When asked how you can put points on the board against Franklin’s stingy defense, Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman had a simple answer.
For a first-round home playoff game, the Wilmot football team got about as tough of a draw as you could expect last season when it got Waukesha West.
The Wilmot football team entered Friday night’s WIAA Division-2 playoff opener looking to get a monkey off its back.
Take away a 79-yard touchdown play in the first quarter Friday night by Racine Case and the final team statistics between the Eagles and Indian Trail were virtually identical.
MOUNT PLEASANT — After time ran out on a game it desperately wanted to win, members of the Racine Case football team didn’t seem overly upset.
After losing at Waterford in Week 4, the Wilmot football team knew it just had to put its head down and keep winning games if it wanted a chance to catch the Wolverines for a share of the Southern Lakes Conference title.
For the first eight weeks of the season, the Bradford football team relied on its defense to keep it in games.
Junior quarterback Ryan McGonegle had a huge game for the Trojans, finishing 23-of-48 for 298 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, but the Rebels emerged with a 41-32 victory in a high-scoring Southeast Conference game at Horlick Field.
RACINE — A talented St. Joseph football team that opened this season with four straight victories arrived at Horlick Field on Thursday night dealing with this reality:
To see if its season will continue, the St. Joseph football team will now play the waiting game.
Shoreland Lutheran (2-6, 1-5 Metro Classic) at Whitefish Bay Dominican (2-6, 1-5 Metro Classic)
Central (2-6, 2-4 SLC) at Union Grove (3-5, 2-4 SLC)
Wilmot (7-1, 5-1 SLC) at Delavan-Darien (2-6, 1-5 SLC)
Indian Trail (6-2, 5-1 SEC) at Racine Case (4-4, 3-3 SEC)
Tremper (2-6, 1-5 SEC) at Racine Horlick (2-6, 1-5 SEC)
Racine Park (3-5, 2-4 SEC) at Bradford (2-6, 2-4 SEC)
The St. Joseph football team missed the playoffs last year after a string of three consecutive postseason berths.
Oak Creek senior kicker Dragan Kesich, a 6-foot-4, 250-pound NCAA Division I prospect, has such a powerful left leg that sometimes it seems as if he’s capable of simultaneously putting the ball and all the opponent’s special teams players through the uprights from anywhere on the field.
For two quarters Friday night, the Wilmot and Central football teams slugged it out at Frank Bucci Field.
For 24 minutes of football, the Metro Classic Conference leading rusher looked like a mere mortal.