Thomas Atkins, the Commodore of The Sheboygan Yacht Club, was recently elected into the Lake Michigan Sail Racing Federation’s Hall of Fame. The Lake Michigan Sail Racing Federation is a not-for-profit charitable […]
For the first time in nine months, sporting events returned to Sheboygan North and South last week.
Casey Verhagen reached another milestone last month.
The Sheboygan Lutheran boys basketball player, who already holds the school record for most assists in a season, became the 11th Crusader to score 1,000 points in a victory over Mayville on Dec. 30.
The Sheboygan A’s announced their year-end awards, highlighted by Ross Krist picking up most valuable player honors. The Sheboygan Falls graduate hit .421, the highest batting average for the A’s since 2008. […]
The Sheboygan Lutheran girls basketball team’s 28-game losing streak came to an end Dec. 14 thanks to a 49-38 victory at Central Wisconsin Christian.
Three basketball players were among 13 Sheboygan Christian students that recently completed a missionary trip to Atlanta that they will likely not forget. “I’ve never really seen that many homeless people,” said […]
If your New Year’s resolution has already been shot, perhaps Kerri Robertson can help.
The 1999 Sheboygan North graduate bills herself as the Anti-Kale Health Coach. Because when people hear Robertson is a health coach, they think she is going to tell them to eat kale and do burpees.
JENSEN ON BOARD Carrol Jensen was recently added to Road America’s Board of Directors. She currently serves as vice president of the Classic Car Club of America Museum and is the events chairman […]
WRESTLING PREVIEW Forgive Ted Schermetzler if he had his doubts. Not only did North’s track and field coach surprisingly get his season taken away several days into practice because of COVID-19, he […]
SWIM PREVIEW Say two-a-days, and most people think football practice. It’s actually what Sheboygan North’s swim team is doing to help keep COVID-19 issues at bay. Ten experienced upperclassmen are in the […]