The Shoreland Lutheran and St. Joseph football squads combined to land nine players on the All-Metro Classic Conference teams released Thursday.
When: 7 tonight
The monkey is officially off the backs of both the Central and Shoreland Lutheran football teams.
St. Joseph (3-4, 2-3 MCC) vs. Burlington Catholic Central (3-4, 2-3)
The Wilmot football team is headed to the WIAA playoffs for the ninth straight year.
St. Joseph (3-3, 2-2 MCC) vs. Greendale Martin Luther (6-0, 4-0 MCC)
When the Shoreland Lutheran and St. Joseph football teams get together, you can pretty much throw the records out the window.
The way the St. Joseph and Shoreland Lutheran football teams battled Friday night at Ameche Field, it only made sense the Metro Classic Conference would come down to the wire.
Shoreland Lutheran (0-5, 0-3 MCC) vs. St. Joseph (2-3, 1-2)
The St. Joseph football team has forfeited its Week 5 Metro Classic Conference game against Racine Lutheran, scheduled for 1 p.m. Saturday at Horlick Field in Racine, due to lack of available healthy players.
RACINE — Yes, that was a familiar face patrolling the Racine Park sideline Friday night at Horlick Field during Indian Trail’s 41-0 Southeast Conference win over the host Panthers.
The Shoreland Lutheran football team made a strong bid for its first victory of 2018 Friday night.
Dominican (2-1, 0-1 MCC) at St. Joseph (2-1, 1-0)
St. Joseph (1-1) at St. Thomas More (0-2)
This one was done early.
St. Joseph (0-1) vs. HOPE Christian (0-0)
The Shoreland Lutheran football team got itself off to a tough start in its 2018 opener Friday night against visiting Milwaukee Hamilton.
Manitowoc Roncalli vs. St. Joseph
It took the St. Joseph football team a little bit of time to find its rhythm at Friday’s preseason scrimmage at Ameche Field.
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.
Dave Witthun is ready to tackle a dual role in the St. Joseph athletic department.
“The Year of the Repeat” would be an appropriate slogan for the 53rd annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
St. Joseph junior outside linebacker Adam Antonneau and senior offensive lineman Connor Rhey were repeat first-team selections on the All-Metro Classic Conference football team, the league announced recently.
St. Joseph (5-4) vs. Lake Country Lutheran (9-0)
The Bradford, Wilmot and St. Joseph football teams each clinched automatic postseason berths in the WIAA playoffs Friday night.
The St. Joseph football team left Ameche Field with two prized possessions Friday night.
Do the WIAA football playoffs start tonight?
St. Joseph vs. Shoreland Lutheran
RACINE — Two football teams played at Horlick Field on Saturday afternoon.
The injury bug continues to bite the top high school football players in Kenosha County.
When: Noon Saturday
Last week’s announcement that the Burlington Catholic Central football team would be forfeiting its final three games because of a depleted roster due to mounting injuries is nothing new.
St. Joseph vs. St. Thomas More
Shut out in back-to-back games for the first time since 1994, the St. Joseph football team to its frustration out on Burlington Catholic Central on Friday night.
St. Joseph vs. Catholic Central
Tied for first place in the Southeast Conference with Franklin and Racine Horlick at 3-0, the Indian Trail football team has a challenging schedule the rest of the way.
RACINE — At least it wasn’t raining.
St. Joseph vs. Racine Lutheran
The St. Joseph football team certainly didn’t want to have senior lineman/punter Kade Cable kick the ball away as much as he did in the Lancers’ 27-0 Metro Classic Conference shutout loss to Greendale Martin Luther on Friday night at Ameche Field.
Senior Kade Cable was quite possibly the St. Joseph football team’s best offensive weapon on Friday night.
St. Joseph vs. Martin Luther
The Shoreland Lutheran football team was in control throughout in its rare 34-6 victory over Burlington Catholic Central on Thursday night, but the Hilltoppers briefly had some momentum early in the second half.
WHITEFISH BAY — St. Joseph senior running back Cole Aschenbrener never had six touchdowns in one game before, even at the Pee-Wee level.
St. Joseph (1-1) vs. Whitefish Bay Dominican (1-1)
Jake Gessert threw for two touchdowns and ran for another as the St. Joseph football team earned its first victory of the season by defeating host Athens, 26-8, in non-conference action Friday night.
St. Joseph (1-0) vs. Athens (0-1)