A woman protesting the mass killing of chickens tried to glue herself to a basketball court Tuesday during a game between host Minnesota and the Los Angeles Clippers.
Following the Sheboygan A’s baseball season, the outfield at Wildwood Park will get a facelift. Bill Weinaug, a member of the A’s board of directors, says the wheels have been in motion […]
Track and field season is off to a fast start at South and North. The Redwings broke five indoor school records at the North Invitational, and Maddie Ognacevic had a say in […]
HIGH SCHOOL NOTES South tennis coach Stu Stempihar did not count a forfeit win last year as his first victory of his career. So after a winless first year, the Redwings got […]
GOLF PREVIEW Craig Walters has reached the 18th hole of his career. The North-South girls co-op coach for the last 19 years, who begins his third season running the Golden Raiders boys […]
THREE MAKE ALL-STATE Casey Verhagen and Michael Modahl finished their high school careers by making the Associated Press and Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association all-state teams. Verhagen, a senior at Lutheran who will […]
BASEBALL PREVIEW Sheboygan baseball coaches can only hope things aren’t as bad as the previous two seasons. After COVID-19 wiped out the 2020 season, Kohler/Christian, South and Lutheran won a combined five […]
TENNIS PREVIEW Sam Hopp thinks as many as 25 freshmen made their debut in the North tennis program, and the tennis coach also says he could have one of the bigger junior […]
You just can’t make this stuff up: a Major League Baseball team almost scores 30 runs, three odd stories from California and one from Ohio – that isn’t sports related but is too good to pass up.
The Sheboygan North/Lutheran/Random Lake/Oostburg co-op bowling team didn’t even qualify for state last year. On Sunday, it won the Division 1 club championship in Appleton.