The Central boys basketball team left no doubt in its WIAA Division-2 playoff opener Friday night.
The Central boys basketball team begins its quest to return to the WIAA Division-2 State Tournament for the second straight season when it hosts Waterford in a regional semifinal tonight.
Last week saw the state high school girls basketball teams get their post-season run up and running.
The Central boys basketball team has made a lot of history over the last four seasons.
The Central boys basketball team will begin its bid for a return-trip to the WIAA Division-2 State Tournament with a No. 1 regional seed in its possession.
With just hours before a showdown for the top of the Southern Lakes Conference, both the Elkhorn adn Central boys basketball teams held serve Friday night.
The Christian Life and Random Lake wrestling teams couldn’t be any more even.
The Bradford boys basketball team got cooking in the second half Saturday afternoon against Beloit Memorial in a non-conference game at the Bradford Fieldhouse.
With his smooth moves to the basket and his silky-soft shooting stroke, Bradford’s Max Glass has a surname that perfectly befits his play.
A pair of county rivalry doubleheaders highlights tonight’s high school basketball action.
The Central boys basketball team captured its fifth straight win and remained undefeated in the Southern Lakes Conference with a 64-46 win at Union Grove on Friday night.
A strong first half powered the Wilmot boys basketball team to a 73-59 non-conference victory over visiting Whitnall on Monday.
A big second half was just what the St. Joseph boys basketball team needed Friday night.
Struggling offensively at the Bradford Fieldhouse on Tuesday night, the Indian Trail boys basketball team needed a spark to prevent a Red Devils’ upset.
By just reaching her season scoring average, Shoreland Lutheran senior guard Chelby Koker would make history again tonight for the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team.
The Wilmot boys basketball team handed Burlington its first Southern Lakes Conference loss of the season Friday night.
It is an old basketball story.
Playing against a Racine St. Catherine’s team with state title aspirations, the young Bradford boys basketball team did enough in the first half to stay in the game at Tarble Arena in Friday night’s finale of the Doctors of PT Holiday Classic.
The Central boys basketball team ventured out of Southern Lakes Conference play Friday night.
It didn’t come easy, but the Bradford boys basketball team held on for a Southeast Conference win over crosstown rival Tremper at the Bradford Fieldhouse on Tuesday night.
The Wilmot boys basketball team remained undefeated with an 81-69 non-conference victory over visiting Bradford on Monday night.
Confidence is like an ocean. It crests and ebbs several times every day. Not even the best meteorologists can always predict when or where a tsunami is going to strike.
SALEM — Bradford coach Greg Leech is a damn the torpedoes kind of guy.
It was a long process, but De’Monte Nelson has found a college basketball home. He’ll be an NCAA Division I player.
The state’s best senior boys and girls basketball players will be on display this weekend at the annual Wisconsin Basetball Coaches Association All-Star Games at the JustAGame Field House in Wisconsin Dells.
Two senior guards who reached career scoring milestones and a junior guard who led his team to its first state tournament in program history highlight the 54th annual Kenosha News All-County Boys Basketball Team.
For Bradford senior guard De’Monte Nelson, it was one more award to cap a stellar high school career.
SUN PRAIRIE — De’Monte Nelson thrives when trash talk is tossed his way.
De’Monte Nelson and the rest of the Bradford boys basketball team was sick of losing its first game of the playoffs.
Five Kenosha County boys basketball teams will get a jump start on March Madness when they open the postseason with WIAA regional quarterfinal games today.
The Central boys basketball team secured a No. 2 seed in its Division-2 bracket when the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association announced the seeds and pairings for the postseason Sunday.
The Bradford boys basketball team’s all-time leading scorer might do a little sleuthing next week.
A comfortable halftime lead Wednesday night became a bit snug for the Bradford boys basketball team.
The Bradford boys basketball team would like to play a home game during the upcoming WIAA postseason.
The Bradford boys basketball team remains mathematically alive to earn a share of the Southeast Conference title.
Now that’s how you avenge a defeat.
FRANKLIN — In Bradford’s first game against first-place Franklin this season, De’Monte Nelson made a last-second shot from well behind the 3-point line for a three-point victory.
The first Friday in February has arrived, which means high school basketball games take on increased conference title implications with the regular season drawing to a close later this month.
Following his team’s Southeast Conference victory over Tremper on Friday night, Bradford senior forward Saverio Parker was asked what his mindset is when attacking the glass.
Local high school basketball fans will have their pick of county hoops rivalries to choose from tonight.
Cooper Koker’s free throw with no time left lifted the Shoreland Lutheran boys basketball team to a down-to-the-wire 49-48 Metro Classic Conference win at Burlington Catholic Central on Friday night.
Central’s Jaeden Zackery is a matchup nightmare.
MOUNT PLEASANT — Bradford senior guard Zach Borden couldn’t lie.
Senior guard De’Monte Nelson could make history when the Bradford boys basketball team visits Racine Case for a Southeast Conference game at 7 tonight.
De’Monte Nelson had a whole weekend to think about it.
A doubleheader between the Bradford and Indian Trail boys and girls basketball teams at Bradford Fieldhouse and a key Southern Lakes Conference showdown between the Central and Burlington boys basketball teams in Paddock Lake highlight the slate of local hoops tonight.
RACINE — Even with two huge first-half runs by Racine Park on Friday night, the Bradford boys basketball team still was in range of the ninth-ranked Panthers midway through the second half.
The Wilmot boys basketball team didn’t merely weather a storm Tuesday night.