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.
The Sheboygan A’s have released their schedule, and the first game is set for May 25.
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.