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.
Hawks cruise to win over HOPE Christian
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.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to walk on the moon, soar like an eagle or string notes together like Lindsey Buckingham?
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.
On Dec. 7 at Racine Park, the Indian Trail boys basketball team handed the Panthers their first Southeast Conference loss this season.
While several underclassmen made key contributions, Indian Trail’s upperclassmen celebrated Senior Night with a 65-54 victory over visiting Bradford on Friday 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.
Like everyone in the state, the Indian Trail and Oak Creek boys basketball teams have seen sparse game action and practice time lately due to the extreme winter weather basically shutting down operations.
In the late 1940s, the feared Army West Point football team was led by the fabled backfield tandem of Doc Blanchard and Glenn Davis, who respectively earned the nicknames “Mr. Inside” and “Mr. Outside” for the manner with which they imposed their will on overmatched opponents.
Hoops doubleheader at Tremper tonight
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.
Its first game of 2019 on Friday night gave the Indian Trail boys basketball team a chance to gauge its progress.
All signs pointed to a letdown.
Scooter Terrien scored one point for the Indian Trail boys basketball team against Central in the final game of the first day of the Doctors of PT Holiday Classic at Carthage’s Tarble Arena on Thursday night.
A high school basketball junkie’s favorite weekend of the year begins this afternoon.
It was a record-setting night for Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball player Chelby Koker on Monday.
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 Tremper girls basketball team avenged a pair of losses to Bradford last season with a 65-50 victory over the host Red Devils 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.
If it suits his players’ strengths, Indian Trail boys basketball coach Al Anderson has no problem with his team launching 3-pointers.
In Wednesday’s season-opening loss to Wilmot, Indian Trail coach Al Anderson felt his team didn’t play with enough energy.
With heavy losses and plenty of scoring lost to graduation, Wilmot boys basketball coach Jake Erbentraut led his team into Wednesday night’s season opener with a lot of questions in his mind.
Here is a closer look at the 2017-18 All-County Boys Basketball second team:
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.
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.
Franklin senior Max Alba is the type of kid who, given three tries and no warm-ups, could take three darts and stick three bull’s-eyes.
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.
Don’t look now, but the Tremper boys basketball team is starting to gain a little confidence.
The Tremper boys basketball team got off to an 0-5 start this season, including a four-point season-opening loss to Indian Trail.
The Tremper and Indian Trail boys and girls basketball teams will meet for a Southeast Conference doubleheader tonight, beginning with the girls game at 5:30.
Two more assists were all Grace Scalzo needed for a triple-double Tuesday.
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.
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.
FRANKLIN — It took three games, but it appears Josh Brown is finding his groove.
Too many fouls and too much Jack Pettit.
From a season-high 21 points to a season-low six to a career-best 24, it’s been quite the three-game stretch for Central boys basketball player Dylan Anderson.
Shoreland Lutheran’s Chelby Koker continues to pour in the points.