Noah Ahles, Shoreland Lutheran
After a superb senior year for the Wilmot football team, Kevin Brenner received just about every postseason accolade you can get.
WILMOT — Tied at halftime in a WIAA Division-1 first-round playoff game with Waukesha West on Friday night, the Wilmot football team was hanging tough with an opponent that could be classified as an underdog by playoff seeding only.
Wilmot (7-2) vs. Waukesha West (5-4)
First-year Bradford football coach Troy Bowe knew where his team stood.
PADDOCK LAKE — Most of the time, you want your offense to sustain drives and keep your defense off the field.
Central (1-7, 1-5 SLC) vs. Wilmot (6-2, 5-1 SLC)
WILMOT — Wow.
Wilmot (5-2, 4-1 SLC) vs. Burlington (6-1, 4-1 SLC)
The Wilmot football team is headed to the WIAA playoffs for the ninth straight year.
Lake Geneva Badger (2-4, 2-2 SLC) vs. Wilmot (4-2, 3-1 SLC)
WILMOT — After the gusts of wind and an uncountable number of penalty flags had finally settled on at Frank Bucci Field, Zack Watson apologized for being unprepared to face the limelight and scrutiny of a de facto press conference with a reporter.
Wilmot (3-2, 2-1 SLC) vs. Union Grove (3-2, 2-1 SLC)
Elkhorn (2-2, 2-0 SLC) vs. Wilmot (2-2, 1-1 SLC)
WILMOT — It had to be encouraging and maddening at the same time for the Wilmot football team.
New-age football is a game of aerial attacks, spreading out defenses, pistol formations and up-tempo offenses.
WILMOT — Football fans love offense, but defense wins games.
Wilmot (1-1) vs. Delavan-Darien/Williams Bay (1-1)
Every time the Bradford and Lake Geneva Badger football teams hook up, you can almost always count on another hard-fought contest.
Wilmot (1-0) at Franklin (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.
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
The Wilmot football team qualified for the WIAA playoffs for the eighth consecutive season in 2017.
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 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference is gaining two more Kenosha County football players.
It was a phone call nobody ever wants to get — and it’s one that changed former Wilmot football star Zach Dodge’s life forever.
“The Year of the Repeat” would be an appropriate slogan for the 53rd annual Kenosha News All-County football team.
MONONA — The two-pronged attack of Monona Grove seniors Alec Ogden and Lucas Gerlach was too much for the Wilmot football team to handle.
Wilmot (4-5) vs. Monona Grove (9-0)
Brent nominated for weekly award
WILMOT — Wilmot’s playoff streak continued, and Central hoped its postseason drought finally came to an end.
Do the WIAA football playoffs start tonight?
Central vs. Wilmot
The injury bug continues to bite the top high school football players in Kenosha County.
When: 7 tonight
WILMOT — This one seemed almost too cruel for the Wilmot football team.
Wilmot vs. Badger
UNION GROVE — Once again, the Wilmot football team dominated Union Grove, 55-10, on Friday.
Wilmot vs. Union Grove
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.
WILMOT — After last week’s loss to Waterford in a Southern Lakes Conference matchup, Wilmot knew the challenge that lay ahead if the Panthers still wanted to claw their way to a league championship this season.
Wilmot vs. Elkhorn
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.
WATERFORD — When playing against a ball-control offense, falling behind big ranks right at the top of the list among recipes for defeat. Wilmot’s Panthers did just that, and a strong fourth quarter simply couldn’t bail them out.
Wilmot vs. Waterford
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.
DELAVAN – Wilmot is no longer the best 0-2 football team in the state.