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.
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.
Jamie Young entered the 18th hole of Friday's final round in the 21st annual Senior Men's County Open at Spring Valley Country Club with a two-shot lead on Mark Kuyawa.
Reds receive votes in preseason poll
It didn’t take long to realize that Chicago’s Daniel Breuer was just lying in the weeds Tuesday night.
Lake Andrea to host swim championships
Former UW-Parkside men’s basketball standout Chip Flanigan has signed a contract to play overseas with the Surrey Scorchers, the school announced in a news release Monday.
When the Kenosha Kingfish begin their Northwoods League season in late May, it's always a reminder for Kenoshans that summer is just around the corner, even when the temperatures may not feel like it. And when the Kingfish end their season in mid-August, it's a bittersweet reminder that the …
Editor’s note: Running and Beyond is a bi-weekly column written by Kenosha Running Company president Brian Thomas that will run every other Wednesday. The column focuses on all things running in Kenosha County. Thomas can be reached at email@example.com.
The last, and biggest, points race of the year highlights tonight’s 7 p.m. racing program at the Washington Park Velodrome.
After having their six-game winning streak snapped Saturday, the Kenosha Kingfish closed out their 2019 season — the sixth in franchise history — with a 4-2 win over the Battle Creek Bombers on Sunday afternoon at Simmons Field.
Images from Saturday's Boys & Girls Club of Kenosha Junior City Open at Washington Park Municipal Golf Course
Travis Engle’s putter was a little shaky Sunday afternoon.
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For the first time ever, surfing was included at the Pan American Games. Here are some highlights from the first events.
How much do you know about the Pan American Games? The largest multi-sporting event in the Americas will start Friday and run until Aug. 11. Here's a look at the event:
Cleveland rocked and the American League rolled Tuesday, prevailing over the National League 4-3 in Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. Who were the winners and losers? Let’s take a look.
Reaction from the baseball world to the death of Los Angeles Angels pitcher Tyler Skaggs on Monday at 27:
St. Louis remains in first place in the NL Central by a half-game over the Chicago Cubs, who beat San Francisco 5-3. Third-place Milwaukee is four games back.
Milwaukee fell three games behind National League Central-leading St. Louis with the loss, which marked the first time since August 2017 the Brewers were limited to one hit.
"It's like the good, the bad and the ugly," Cardinals shortstop Paul DeJong told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
A day after the Brewers used their entire bullpen in a 14-inning roller coaster, Chase Anderson exited Sunday’s loss after being tagged for a career-high 10 runs in 2⅓ innings.
Christian Yelich hit two home runs, tying for the major league lead with 41, Ryan Braun smacked two as well and the Brewers equaled their franchise record with seven.
Adrian House allowed two hits and one run over seven innings, walking two and recording four strikeouts before leaving with the game tied 1-1, but the Nationals won 2-1.
Cain is hitting just .248, while Grisham has been a run-producer since being called up from the minor leagues.
Minnesota loaded the bases with two outs in the ninth, but Matt Albers got C.J. Cron to fly out and earned his fourth save in Milwaukee's 6-5 win.
Max Scherzer, who has been on the injured list for all but one game over the past five weeks because of trouble with a back muscle, says he's all set to pitch.
It was the fifth blown save for Hader, who has allowed 13 home runs in 44 appearances, after giving up 13 total in 90 appearances during his first two seasons.
Opposing batters know the fastball is coming from Josh Hader so they've been sitting back and waiting for it.
Milwaukee wraps up the season with a weeklong trip to St. Louis and San Francisco, finishing against the Giants on Sunday, Sept. 27.
Mike Minor tossed eight scoreless — and mostly stress-free — innings to send the Brewers to a 1-0 loss at Miller Park that halted Milwaukee’s five-game winning streak.
Adrian Houser struck out a career-high 10 and rookie Keston Hiura hit his 14th home run as the Brewers beat the Texas Rangers 3-2 and extended their winning streak to five games.
Milwaukee's 6-5 win over Texas was its fourth straight victory and moved the Brewers within 2½ games of NL Central-leading Chicago, which lost 5-2 at Cincinnati.
Thursday marked the first of four consecutive weeks that the Brewers will get Thursday off and the first of five straight weeks with at least one day off.
Cubs manager Joe Maddon said Lucroy's familiarity with starter Cole Hamels from their time together with the Rangers played into the decision.
The regular-season game in will be nationally broadcast from the rural Iowa location of the iconic 30-year-old movie.
Keston Hiura broke out of the first slump of his big league career with his first two-homer game Wednesday night, powering Milwaukee to an 8-3 win and three-game sweep of Pittsburgh.
Two days after learning All-Star catcher Willson Contreras will be lost for four weeks because of a hamstring strain, the Cubs signed two-time All-Star Jonathan Lucroy.