Former Bradford football coach Jed Kennedy, who guided the Red Devils to the WIAA Division-1 state championship in 2011, is on the move again.
Noah Ahles, Shoreland Lutheran
There was plenty for Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman to like Friday night.
Oak Creek (7-2) vs. Bradford (4-5)
First-year Bradford football coach Troy Bowe knew where his team stood.
The Bradford football team took care of its business Friday night.
Bradford (3-5, 2-4 SEC) vs. Racine Case (2-6, 1-5 SEC)
On a cold, windy Thursday night at Jaskwhich Stadium, those in attendance to watch the Indian Trail and Bradford football teams square off in a Southeast Conference game were equipped with the requisite blankets, hats, gloves and hot beverages.
Everyone in attendance Friday night at Bradford Stadium knew what the game’s final play was going to be.
Bradford (2-4, 1-3 SEC) vs. Racine Park (1-5, 0-4 SEC)
Jayden Boero passed for two touchdowns and ran 18 times for 106 yards and another score as the Tremper football team defeated Racine Park, 31-14, in a Southeast Conference game Friday night at Horlick Field in Racine.
Franklin (5-0, 3-0 SEC) vs. Bradford (2-3, 1-2 SEC)
When asked what it was like to win his first Bradford-Tremper rivalry game, first-year Bradford coach Troy Bowe was quick to author a correction.
Bradford (1-3, 0-2 SEC) vs. Tremper (2-2, 0-2 SEC)
The inexperience, particularly on offense, showed for the Bradford football team.
Bradford (1-2, 0-1 SEC) vs. Oak Creek (3-0, 1-0 SEC)
RACINE — Almost from the get go Friday night, little went right for the Bradford football squad.
Racine Horlick (1-1) vs. Bradford (1-1)
This time, the Bradford football team only needed four quarters.
Every time the Bradford and Lake Geneva Badger football teams hook up, you can almost always count on another hard-fought contest.
Bradford (0-1) at Lake Geneva Badger (0-1)
That loud thump heard at the end of Friday night’s Tremper-West Allis Central game at Ameche Field was the sound of a large gorilla being thrown from the back of third-year head coach Scott McGranahan.
When you have an offensive lineman recover a fumble for a touchdown in the end zone, you’ve officially entered the football “Twilight Zone.”
Bradford vs. Wilmot
Andrew Lyons, Trey Glass, Marquon Williams, Marshaun Bell, Tony Martin.
The games don’t count for another week, but Kenosha County high school football teams will further their preparation for the season by participating in scrimmages today.
First-year Bradford coach Troy Bowe didn’t want to waste a minute getting the season underway.
Backyard barbecues, lazy days in the pool and summer driving trips show no signs of abating soon, but today serves a reminder that we’re creeping toward fall again.
Just blink, and suddenly eight years have gone by.
The time demands on high school coaches is well documented — and eventually, most reach that point where something has to give.
The Bradford football program will be well represented in the annual Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Game this summer.
The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference is gaining two more Kenosha County football players.
Bradford seniors Andrew Lyons and Erick Doke III wasted no time officially signing to play NCAA Division I football.
“The Year of the Repeat” would be an appropriate slogan for the 53rd annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
Thirteen high school football coaches in the state will have to replace two first-team All-State performers next season.
Honored as the Southeast Conference Defensive Player of the Year, Bradford senior linebacker Trey Glass was unaware of the last Red Devil recipient of the award.
It was an eventful day for Andrew Lyons on Wednesday.
The Bradford football team received a No. 6 seed for the WIAA Division-1 playoffs.
LAKE GENEVA — At times, watching Bradford senior quarterback Tony Martin and his receivers scramble around to make play after play on Friday night was almost poetry in motion, like seeing Roger Staubach with the Cowboys or a young Brett Favre with the Packers.
Bradford (6-3) vs. Badger (8-1)
Tony Martin is one of those high school athletes who make you question if he has been around for seven or eight years.