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Depending on your age, some gym classes ranged from dodgeball to what felt like just an extra recess.
Those days are long gone.
“Human targeting games are kind of a thing of the past,” Sheboygan South phy ed teacher Peter Toutenhoofd said. “The other thing is, as soon as you’re out in dodgeball, you’re eliminated. So what are you doing in phy ed class other than sitting on a bench?
Five Kohler/Lutheran/Christian football players made all-conference, including two with some impressive stats.
Sophomores Robby Michael (quarterback) and Colin Girdaukas (receiver) made first-team all-Big East Conference in their first season as starters.
The state cross country meet was held Saturday, and Jeff Jurss thought something was missing.
The Sheboygan Lutheran coach said his boys team should have been at the race in Wisconsin Rapids, but the Crusaders missed qualifying for state by 12 points.
For the second straight season, one of the co-players of the year in the Fox River Classic Conference is from Sheboygan North.
Kansas State freshman Dru Kuck received the volleyball award last year and junior Lizzy Binder earned it this season.
The league always picks two players of the year and it had an easy choice in Binder.
Soccer defenders usually do not have gaudy stats.
Sheboygan North senior Ryan Biebel scored twice this season, but that is not the reason the defender made first-team all-Fox River Classic Conference for the first time.
Ryker Lemke is now on the waiting list for Green Bay Packers season tickets.
Only he’s 4 months old.
And his father hates football.
And his parents have no idea who put him there.
In a span of four days, two long losing streaks in the North-South rivalry came to an end.
It started Oct. 4, when North’s football team beat South, 13-6, to halt its nine-game losing skid to the Redwings. The Golden Raiders also snapped their 25-game losing streak, so the ride back to North was pretty rowdy.