Tremper may not have the best football team in the state at this point, but it sure might have the most exciting.
Tremper (2-3, 1-2 Southeast Conference) atRacine Case (0-2, 0-1 Southeast Conference)
At halftime of his team’s Southeast Conference game against crosstown rival Tremper at Ameche Field on Friday night, Indian Trail football coach Paul Hoffman implored his team to hang tough for 24 more minutes.
Step by step, the Tremper football team is trying to build its itself back into at least something resembling the state power program it was during its glory days.
Tremper (1-2, 0-1 Southeast Conference) atRacine Horlick (2-1, 0-1 Southeast Conference)
The Bradford football team was a little short-handed along the offensive line for the 62nd crosstown clash against Tremper on Friday night at Ameche Field.
The Bradford and Tremper football programs have always been familiar with each other.
Editor’s note: Monday Morning Quarterback is a look back at the local high school football weekend.
You practice plays over and over so that your players can execute them when it really counts.
The non-conference portion of the high school football season wrapped up Friday night with six county teams playing in Week 2 action.
Well, no one said that building a program from the ashes was going to be easy.
As he enters his second season in charge of the program, Tremper head football coach Colin Zalokar was honest about the gains he’s hoping to see the Trojans make as they seek to at least get back on the path to the state success the program once enjoyed.
Editor’s note: Monday Morning Quarterback is a look back at the high school football weekend.
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Like everything else in 2020, the 60th edition of the crosstown rivalry between the Bradford and Tremper football teams on Friday night did not feel like it always does.
Highlighted by the 60th crosstown showdown between Bradford and Tremper, here’s a look at each of the Week 2 high school football games involving county teams:
Like every team in the state, the Tremper football team had to wait weeks and weeks before the WIAA and local school districts finally gave teams the go-ahead to play.
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Here’s a brief look at each Week 1 county high school football game:
The Southeast Conference released its fall sports schedules this week.
The decision reached Tuesday by the Kenosha Unified School Board to proceed with fall sports meant that the “big three” high schools in Kenosha County — Bradford, Tremper and Indian Trail — will play this season.
It’s not a mystery which schools provided the most first-team selections to the 55th annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
Junior quarterback Ryan McGonegle had a huge game for the Trojans, finishing 23-of-48 for 298 yards with four touchdowns and no interceptions, but the Rebels emerged with a 41-32 victory in a high-scoring Southeast Conference game at Horlick Field.
Tremper (2-6, 1-5 SEC) at Racine Horlick (2-6, 1-5 SEC)
You could say that the 59th meeting between the Bradford and Tremper football teams was memorable.
Bradford (1-6, 1-4 SEC) at Tremper (2-5, 1-4 SEC)