Wilmot senior Kevin Brenner and Indian Trail senior JheVeon St. Julien were selected to play in the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Star Games.
Noah Ahles, Shoreland Lutheran
WAUWATOSA — The Indian Trail football team’s opening drive of the second half in Friday night’s 41-17 WIAA Division-1 second-round playoff loss to Milwaukee Marquette at Wauwatosa’s Hart Park was interesting in that it was impressive for both programs.
WAUWATOSA — Really, the final score was secondary.
WAUWATOSA — The story seemed to be written early, as it is so many times when top seeds roll through their opponents in the early rounds of the postseason.
The top-seeded Milwaukee Marquette football team is big, deep and undefeated.
Milwaukee Marquette (10-0) vs. Indian Trail (6-4)
There was plenty for Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman to like Friday night.
Milwaukee Riverside/Golda Meir (8-1) vs. Indian Trail (5-4)
First-year Bradford football coach Troy Bowe knew where his team stood.
RACINE — In a way, Indian Trail’s 41-21 loss to Racine Horlick in its Southeast Conference finale on Friday night at Horlick Field was exactly like the losses that ended its three most recent seasons.
Racine Horlick (5-3, 4-2 SEC) vs. Indian Trail (5-3, 5-1 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.
The Indian Trail football team experienced very different emotions in one week.
The Boston Red Sox overcame “The Curse of the Bambino” to finally win a World Series in 2004.
Indian Trail (4-2, 4-0 SEC) vs. Franklin (6-0, 4-0 SEC)
OAK CREEK — Senior running back Jaylen Grant admitted he wasn’t sure the play would work.
Oak Creek (4-1, 2-1 SEC) vs. Indian Trail (3-2, 3-0 SEC)
The first half of Friday’s Southeast Conference game between Indian Trail and Racine Case at Jaskwhich Stadium could adequately be called rag-tag, hodge-podge, unsightly football.
Indian Trail (2-2, 2-0 SEC) vs. Racine Case (1-3, 0-2 SEC)
RACINE — Don’t ask Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman who his team plays next week. Quite frankly, he neither knows nor cares.
Racine Park (1-2, 0-1 SEC) vs. Indian Trail (1-2, 1-0 SEC)
It’s become a reason to boast for one school and a reason to lament for another.
Indian Trail (0-2) vs. Tremper (2-0)
Not that the first two weeks weren’t important, but now the “real” season begins for Kenosha County football teams.
The flag just sat there crumpled on the field, almost as if to taunt the Indian Trail football team.
Indian Trail (0-1) vs. Waterford (0-1)
The Shoreland Lutheran football team got itself off to a tough start in its 2018 opener Friday night against visiting Milwaukee Hamilton.
Hudson vs. Indian Trail
After the Indian Trail football team reached the WIAA Division-1 playoffs four consecutive seasons under head coach Mike McKay, the Hawks missed out by a game in 2017 under first-year head man Paul Hoffman.
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.
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.
The offer from Alabama was nice and all, but Daviyon Nixon is still going to play for Iowa.
“The Year of the Repeat” would be an appropriate slogan for the 53rd annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
Daviyon Nixon had one question for Alabama defensive line coach Karl Dunbar on Tuesday night when he offered the 2017 Indian Trail graduate a full scholarship to play for the No. 1-ranked football team in the country.
The Indian Trail Hawks did everything they could to keep unbeaten Racine Horlick from running over them. They partially succeeded.
Do the WIAA football playoffs start tonight?
Indian Trail vs. Racine Horlick
The Bradford football team spent most of the first half on Friday night absorbing self-inflicted wounds on offense and getting outflanked by a clever and effective Indian Trail running game on defense.
The injury bug continues to bite the top high school football players in Kenosha County.