Brad Rindfleisch was hard to hit last Tuesday. The Sheboygan A’s pitcher struck out 17 and allowed just two hits in eight innings of a 4-1 victory over the De Pere Dodgers […]
The basketball season will soon be a bit busier.
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association recently announced it has increased the maximum number of varsity games permitted in a season from 22 to 24, beginning with the 2020-’21 campaign.
Get your physicals here
Prevea health centers are scheduling appointments for athletes who need physicals to play a WIAA sport in the upcoming school year.
North’s Emma Little and Ashley English made the All-State honorable mention soccer team.
Little, a senior defender who started all four years, and English, a junior who started the last two years, were recently selected all-state after landing on the All-Fox River Classic Conference first team.
Yes, I’ve heard of Golden Tee.
No, I’ve never heard of a national championship for the video game.
Eventually, Jeff Goetz would have remembered.
To this day, only one Sheboygan high school has won a WIAA spring state baseball tournament game.
James (Jim) E. Raffel, age 83, of Sheboygan, passed away on Sunday, June 2, 2019.
July 2 – 15, 2019
SHEBOYGAN, WI – Ladies and gentlemen ages 21+ are invited to attend “The Greatest Show on Turf,” Meals On Wheels of Sheboygan County’s seventh annual June-A-Palooza fundraiser, being held 2:30-10 p.m. Saturday, June 29 at Christopher Farm & Gardens. Discounted tickets are available for a limited time at juneapalooza.com.
St. Spyridon Greek Orthodox Church will host its annual Greek Fest , a three-day celebration of Greek food and dancing at Sheboygan’s lakefront Deland Park June 28-30.