The St. Joseph girls basketball team relied on senior leadership to keep its season alive Tuesday night.
Editor’s note: This is the second of a “Where Are They Now?” series that will run on the third Tuesday of each month during the Kenosha News’ 125th anniversary year. The series focuses on former Kenosha County standout athletes and their lives after sports.
For the second night in a row, the Shoreland Lutheran boys basketball team dropped a tough Metro Classic Conference game at home.
Sophomore guard Ezra Stargell poured in a game-high 25 points to lead the Indian Trail to an 88-83 Southeast Conference win over Racine Case on Thursday night at Case.
The path that eventually will end at the Resch Center in Green Bay for 20 high school girls basketball teams was put in place Sunday around the state.
The Wilmot girls basketball team remained in the thick of the Southern Lakes Conference title race with a 59-36 victory over Lake Geneva Badger on Friday night in Wilmot.
A fast start was all the Wilmot girls basketball team needed in its Southern Lakes Conference road contest Friday night at rival Central.
The first half of Monday night’s non-conference girls basketball contest between visiting Wilmot and Walworth Big Foot was somewhat tight.
Behind the hot shooting of Ayanna Ester and Allison Lynn, the Tremper girls basketball team snapped a three-game losing streak and completed a season sweep of Indian Trail with a 63-42 Southeast Conference win at Tremper on Friday night.
Adeline Fredrick hit 10-of-16 shots from the field and scored a game-high 22 points to lead Christian Life to a 61-10 non-conference road victory over Cristo Rey St. Martin on Wednesday.
Gymnasts from Burlington/Badger/Wilmot Combined and Kenosha Combined accounted for four of the top five spots in the all-around competition Saturday at the Emerald Classic in Waterford.
The Oak Creek girls basketball team ended last season on the floor of the Resch Center in Green Bay.
The Wilmot boys basketball team remained undefeated with an 81-69 non-conference victory over visiting Bradford on Monday night.
The Wilmot and Waterford girls basketball teams battled to a dead-even tie through the first half Thursday night.
A late run lifted the undefeated Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team over visiting Whitefish Bay Dominican, 57-49, in a Metro Classic Conference game Tuesday night.
Central’s Jaeden Zackery was named to the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Division-2 All-State Team on Monday.
The Bradford girls basketball team won a WIAA postseason game for the fourth year in a row Tuesday night with a convincing 65-36 victory over Beloit Memorial in a Division-1 regional quarterfinal at the Bradford Fieldhouse.
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The Wilmot and Tremper boys basketball teams engaged in a non-conference shootout on Saturday night in Wilmot, with Tremper senior Tristan Jass and Wilmot senior Latrell Glass leading the charge.
The Wilmot and Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball teams both secured No. 5 seeds — the best among Kenosha County teams — when the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association announced the seeds and pairings for the postseason Sunday.
There’s a new solo leader at the top of the Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball standings.
On a night when very little went right for the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team, the Pacers turned to their leader for a helping hand.
Two more assists were all Grace Scalzo needed for a triple-double Tuesday.
The Tremper girls basketball team dialed long distance to tie their Southeast Conference contest with visiting Franklin on Friday night.
With sole possession of second place in the Southern Lakes Conference at stake, the Wilmot girls basketball team topped the 70-point mark for the first time this season in a 72-60 victory over visiting Badger.
Morgan Callahan and Katie Matrise handled most of the scoring load, and the St. Joseph girls basketball team’s defense took care of the rest in a 60-44 Metro Classic Conference win at Racine Prairie on Saturday 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.
The Bradford backcourt tandem of Sydney Strelow and Grace Scalzo was a potent 1-2 punch Tuesday night.
According to Christian Life girls basketball coach Michelle Porcaro, the Eagles are in for a season of learning.
Throughout the state, there were at least 95 head coaching changes in girls high school basketball for the 2017-18 season, according to WisSports.net.