One more win, and the Sheboygan Lutheran boys basketball team is the Division 5 state champion. “It’s amazing,” Crusader Graden Grabowski said. “It’s really shell-shocking and we all look forward to tomorrow.”
There are a number of reasons to think Sheboygan Lutheran will advance to the Division 5 boys state basketball championship game on Saturday.
It was the shot heard round Sheboygan: Sam Dekker’s last-second game-winning three-pointer to give Sheboygan Lutheran a 67-66 victory over Racine Lutheran in the Division 5 boys state basketball championship game.
WIAA Division 5 boys state basketball tournament The Kohl Center, Madison Friday Sheboygan Lutheran vs. Chippewa Falls McDonell Central, 9:05 a.m. Marshfield Columbus Catholic vs. Bangor, 10:45 a.m. Saturday Semifinal winners, 11:05 […]
Information regarding Ticket Sales for Friday’s Game in Madison: All tickets are $10 each. Tickets will be sold to the general public in the LHS School Office from 1-6 p.m. Monday, 10 […]
Sheboygan Lutheran received the No. 1 seed this morning for the Division 5 boys state basketball tournament Friday in Madison.
WEST BEND — It must’ve been a good batch of Lucky Charms. That is what Sheboygan Lutheran’s Jonah Jurss eats before every game, and the way things went Saturday afternoon, he might have more for dinner.
Don’t be fooled. Sure, one of Rio’s losses was by 24 points to Hustisford – the team Sheboygan Lutheran eliminated in overtime Thursday – but the Vikings were 0-2 against undefeated and No. 1-ranked Randolph when they upset the Rockets the same night.
One more win. Sheboygan Lutheran needs that to reach the Division 5 boys state basketball tournament after edging Hustisford, 76-64, in overtime in a sectional semifinal in Fond du Lac Thursday.
A monster slam dunk by Jacob Ognacevic was just one of the highlights Saturday.