Tremper (4-4, 2-4 SEC) vs. Franklin (8-0, 6-0 SEC)
The monkey is officially off the backs of both the Central and Shoreland Lutheran football teams.
Oak Creek (5-2, 3-2 SEC) vs. Tremper (4-3, 2-3 SEC)
The Wilmot football team is headed to the WIAA playoffs for the ninth straight year.
Tremper (3-3, 1-3 SEC) vs. Racine Case (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.
Racine Park (1-4, 0-3 SEC) vs. Tremper (2-3, 0-3 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)
How do solve a problem like the Rebels?
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 growth of the Tremper football team and senior quarterback Jayden Boero continues.
Every time the Bradford and Lake Geneva Badger football teams hook up, you can almost always count on another hard-fought contest.
Tremper (1-0) at Milw. King (1-0)
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.
For a brief moment Friday night, visiting West Allis Central enjoyed a bit of momentum over Tremper in a nonconference football opener at Ameche Field.
Tremper vs. West Allis Central
Tremper football coach Jared McGranahan never claimed it was going to be easy.
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 Year of the Repeat” would be an appropriate slogan for the 53rd annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
It’s been a tough season for the Tremper football team, and Friday night’s regular-season finale wasn’t going to offer the Trojans any type of reprieve.
Tremper vs. Franklin
The injury bug continues to bite the top high school football players in Kenosha County.
When: 7 tonight
One week removed from a stinging overtime loss to first-place Franklin, the Bradford football team took care of business.
Tremper vs. Racine Case
It wasn’t that the Tremper football team didn’t have its chances Friday night against Racine Park.
Tremper vs. Racine Park
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.
Andrew Lyons was absolutely beaming.
Bradford 51, Tremper 10
Bradford vs. Tremper
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.
The Tremper football team got an up-close look at Racine Horlick’s explosive offense on Friday night.
Tremper vs. Racine Horlick
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.
Second-year Tremper football coach Jared McGranahan isn’t shy about the “R” word.
Alex Jarvis said he’d never played quarterback in his life.
Tremper (1-1) vs. Indian Trail (0-2)
Make it two seasons in a row that Bradford senior running back Marshaun Bell has been in the place of Erick Doke III, so to speak.
Comebacks and mistakes rarely work together.
Tremper (1-0) vs. Antioch (0-0)
The Peterson brothers, Gunner and Tanner, have been highly productive for the Wilmot baseball team.
WEST ALLIS – Before Thursday night’s season opener, Tremper football coach Jared McGranahan implored his players to draw a line in the sand and show that they weren’t going to be pushed around anymore.