The prolific scoring efforts of Shoreland Lutheran senior Chelby Koker certainly made plenty of local girls basketball news in 2018-19.
It took a buzzer-beater from Southern Lakes Conference rival Elkhorn in last week’s Division-2 sectional semifinal to keep the Central boys basketball team from a return trip to state.
The Wilmot girls basketball team carried an 11-game winning streak into the postseason.
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 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 Wilmot girls basketball team is rolling, and Julia Hickey’s shot is falling.
A fast start was all the Wilmot girls basketball team needed in its Southern Lakes Conference road contest Friday night at rival Central.
A pair of county rivalry doubleheaders highlights tonight’s high school basketball action.
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.
Through 18 minutes Tuesday night, the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team led by just one point in its non-conference contest with visiting Racine Horlick.
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.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team finds itself all alone atop the Metro Classic Conference standings.
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.
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.
The Central and Wilmot boys basketball teams will go into their first county rivalry matchup of the season sporting just one loss between them.
At one point during his team’s 82-53 Metro Classic Conference loss to Whitefish Bay Dominican at Madrigrano Gymnasium on Saturday night, St. Joseph boys basketball coach Brandon Morris got a warning from one of the officials.
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 Wilmot and Waterford girls basketball teams battled to a dead-even tie through the first half Thursday night.
The Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball combination of Natalie Brug and Chelby Koker did the heavy lifting for the Pacers on Friday night.
It didn’t seem to matter where Tremper senior Ayanna Ester shot the basketball from Tuesday night.
Shoreland Lutheran senior standout Chelby Koker wasted little time in getting right back at it Friday night.
Wilmot senior guard Latrell Glass and Central junior guard Jaeden Zackery both received top honors on the All-Southern Lakes Conference boys basketball team, the league announced Saturday.
For the past several seasons, the Whitewater girls basketball team has been considered one of the top WIAA Division-3 programs in the state.
Through Feb. 19
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.
BURLINGTON — The chances of the Wilmot girls basketball team passing Union Grove to win the Southern Lakes Conference championship got a lot harder Tuesday.
WILMOT — Talk about a silencer.
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.
There’s a new solo leader at the top of the Southern Lakes Conference girls basketball standings.
Local high school basketball fans will have their pick of county hoops rivalries to choose from tonight.
The visiting Wilmot girls basketball team built a 16-point halftime lead and never looked back in a 57-43 Southern Lakes Conference victory over Delavan-Darien on Friday night.
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.
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.
Talk about getting defensive.
After seeing his team lose a nine-point second-half lead Friday, Wilmot girls basketball coach Jerod Boyd had one wish for Saturday.
If the Wilmot girls basketball team wins a Southern Lakes Conference title later this season, the Panthers can look back at Friday afternoon’s game as a learning experience that catapulted them to greatness.
PADDOCK LAKE — The coaches have changed but the results remain the same.
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 Wilmot boys basketball team received numerous contributions on Thursday night in a 95-24 non-conference home win over Reuther.
Chelby Koker scored a game-high 38 points as the Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball team stretched its winning streak to five with a 66-58 non-conference victory at Racine Case on Thursday night.
The Wilmot girls basketball team’s routine of win on Friday and lose on Saturday continued for the second straight weekend.
BROOKFIELD — Winning after blowing a 14-point lead is one thing.
WILMOT — Riley Alexander had seen enough.
A little more than one week into his role as the Wilmot girls basketball coach, Jerod Boyd has two speeds in mind.
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.
Coaching the Wilmot girls basketball team was the last thing Jerod Boyd expected to be doing this season.