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.
The Central boys basketball team’s defense was downright stingy in the first half of a 71-47 Southern Lakes Conference road victory over Lake Geneva Badger on Thursday night.
A day after defeating conference leader Waterford, the Wilmot girls basketball team stayed right on the Wolverines’ heels with a 73-45 Southern Lakes Conference home victory over winless Burlington on Tuesday night.
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 big second half helped the Wilmot girls basketball team pull away for a 76-66 victory over visiting Johnsburg (Ill.) in a non-conference game Saturday.
A big second half was just what the St. Joseph boys basketball team needed 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 Indian Trail boys basketball team hasn’t exactly eased into the season.
The Wilmot boys basketball team scheduled all three Kenosha County Southeast Conference schools for three of its first four games this season.
Five Red Men earn post-season honors
The return of former St. Joseph star Brandon Morris turned out to be a positive one Tuesday night.
Central’s Jaeden Zackery was named to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division-2 All-State Team on Monday.
The Indian Trail boys basketball team earned the right to play another day Tuesday night.
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.
Adam Simmons matched a personal season-high with 18 points, Jaeden Zackery scored 15, Dylan Anderson added 12 and Nic Frederick tallied 10 as the Central boys basketball team routed host Waterford, 74-33, in a Southern Lakes Conference game Tuesday night.
A five-point halftime deficit Friday night didn’t faze the visiting Indian Trail boys basketball team.
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.
Josh Parkes made five of the Christian Life boys basketball team’s nine 3-pointers and scored a game-high 19 points to lead the Eagles to a 73-17 non-conference home win over Cristo Rey Jesuit on Saturday afternoon.
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.
The Indian Trail boys basketball team’s losing streak reached six with an 84-64 home loss to Racine Horlick in a Southeast Conference game Friday night.
Talk about a comeback.
The Central boys basketball team had no trouble keeping pace atop the Southern Lakes Conference standings on Friday night.
Jake Gessert almost had a double-double to lead the St. Joseph boys basketball team to a 73-59 win over Milwaukee Reagan on Saturday at Bradley Tech.
Latrell Glass led four players in double figures with 17 points as the Wilmot boys basketball team downed visiting Waterford, 62-57, in a Southern Lakes Conference game Friday night.
There were times Tuesday night it was tough to tell if St. Joseph and visiting Christian Life were hooked up in an early-season, nonconference boys basketball game or a track and field meet.
Shoreland Lutheran’s Cooper Koker and Kaleb Tindall were dropping 3-pointers from all over the home gymnasium Tuesday night.
It is no surprise that coaches of Shoreland Lutheran and Christian Life found plenty of things that their respective teams need to improve upon after Tuesday night’s season-opener.
When he took over the Christian Life boys basketball team last year, Alan Krass had an established scoring machine at his disposal.
Kenosha County boasts two of the top senior guards in the state this season.