WILL HAYON North The freshman was the first boys’ swimmer from his school to win a state championship in over 50 years. He became just the third Golden Raider to take first […]
Former Sheboygan South basketball player Dylan Martens is having a standout season for UW-Sheboygan. He not only helped the Wombats win their first East Division championship in the Wisconsin College Conference since […]
SOUTH FINISHED NINTH at the UCA National High School Cheerleading Championship at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 8-10. This weekend, the squad competes in the state meet in La […]
Two concussions, a sprained ankle and an injured elbow. Despite that, senior gymnast Kylie Mazza was able to compete in her last meet on Saturday after missing about half of them in […]
Sheboygan Lutheran extended its season Tuesday.
The girls basketball team, seeded seventh in the Division 5 playoffs, eliminated No. 10 University Lake/Trinity Academy, 63-12, in the first round.
The boys basketball playoff brackets have just been released and Sheboygan Lutheran is seeded first in Division 5.
North freshman Will Hayon did something Saturday that hasn’t been done at his school in over 50 years: win a state championship in boys swimming.
Blake Pedrin at the buzzer … swish!
Just like that, the Howards Grove senior’s last-second, controversial shot lifted the boys basketball team to a 48-46 victory over visiting Sheboygan Lutheran Saturday night in the championship game of the Big East Conference Tournament.
What a way to find out who’s the best team in the conference.
Two of the three boys basketball teams that finished tied for first in the Big East regular-season standings – Sheboygan Lutheran and Howards Grove – will meet tonight in the championship game of the league tournament.
Third place was pretty much expected.
The Sheboygan gymnastics team finished in that position with 120.8500 points Friday at the Eastern Valley Conference Championships, behind Manitowoc Lincoln (138.1500) and Valders/Roncalli (124.5500).