NORTH ALL CONFERENCE – North made the football playoffs for the fifth time – and first since 2006 – and as a result, 10 Golden Raiders were featured on the all-conference team.
SOUTH ALL-CONFERENCE – South managed to land two volleyball players on the all-conference team.
A goal by Gabe Elias and another shutout by Tony Schmitz has Sheboygan Christian/Lutheran back in the Division 4 state soccer tournament. The reigning champion Eagles defeated Sturgeon Bay, 1-0, in a […]
Doug Gilman didn’t expect Green Bay to lose in London, and he definitely had no idea he would meet so many “amazing people” when he traveled with his father to watch the Packers play over there.
Noah Heinen set a state record for most catches in a football game with 24 in a loss to Kiel on Sept. 30.
Elizabeth Calixto is about to wrap up her fourth and final season on South’s volleyball team.
The libero, who wants to study hospitality and marketing in college, opens her 20 Questions with a heartwarming response …
Christian/Lutheran begins its quest to return to the state soccer tournament on Thursday, when the top-seeded reigning champs will host either No. 16 Howards Grove/Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah or No. 17 Peshtigo.
North coach Chris Lenz is already looking forward to the start of softball season. And for good reason: the Golden Raiders are getting a new dirt infield (varsity only).
North tennis coach Sam Hopp heard Sarah Horth was good, but he was unfamiliar with her because she had to sit out last season after transferring from Kohler.
He hit with her the first day of practice back in August, and knew she was very good.
Swimming isn’t about winning or losing for Mayah McWherter.
For the South freshman, it’s about making friends and feeling more than just the girl who has a retinal disorder that uses a guide cane to walk.