Bradford

Boys | Girls

Central

Boys | Girls

Christian Life

Boys | Girls

Indian Trail

Boys | Girls

Reuther

Boys | Girls

Shoreland

Boys | Girls

St. Joseph

Boys | Girls

Tremper

Boys | Girls

Wilmot

Boys | Girls

Carthage

Mens | Womens

UW Parkside

Mens | Womens

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Last week saw the state high school girls basketball teams get their post-season run up and running.

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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.

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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.

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The Christian Life and Random Lake wrestling teams couldn’t be any more even.

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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.

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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.

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It didn’t matter that the Shoreland Lutheran and St. Joseph boys basketball teams didn’t have a Metro Classic Conference win between them entering Tuesday night.

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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.

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Through the first half of Thursday’s rivalry battle between the Wilmot and Central girls basketball teams, it appeared the Panthers had things well in hand.

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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.

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The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball combination of Natalie Brug and Chelby Koker did the heavy lifting for the Pacers on Friday night.

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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.

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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.

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Latrell Glass scored a team-high 19 points, and Jeremy Bruton (16), Zack Watson (16) and Kyle Gendron (11) also scored in double figures as the Wilmot boys basketball team routed visiting Lake Geneva Badger, 76-58, in a Southern Lakes Conference game Tuesday night.

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Dante Guarascio drilled six 3-pointers and scored a game-high 24 points as the host Tremper boys basketball team edged Lake Geneva Badger, 67-64, in a non-conference game Saturday night.

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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.

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The Wilmot girls basketball team used hot 3-point shooting and balanced scoring to win its second game in as many days with a 72-59 non-conference win over Big Foot on Saturday night at Wilmot.

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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.

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It has been 18 games over the past two seasons since Shoreland Lutheran won a boys basketball game in the Metro Classic Conference.

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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.

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As far as season openers go, it couldn’t have gone much better for the Shoreland Lutheran boys basketball team than it did Tuesday night against Christian Life.

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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.

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