Grant Berkovitz played baseball on the very first Sheboygan Diamonds team.
It was step one in a journey that would take him to the Sheboygan A’s Hall of Fame.
Even though North’s dance team won state a year ago, there were some anxious moments at the championship meet this season.
John Tharp, who played on North’s 1986 boys basketball state championship team, picked up his 500th career win as a college coach on Thursday.
It was inspiring because Follen uses her mouth to shoot.
She had bone cancer when she was 9 years old and her right arm has limited function as a result of doctors removing her rotator cuff, scapula and muscles.
A freak accident, as he calls it, wasn’t going to slow Jose Salgado down.
Since 1979, Tim Klunk owned South’s school record for fastest time in the 50-yard freestyle.
On Feb. 11, a Redwing was finally able to break it.
It didn’t matter than Will Hayon graduated and is a freshman on Virginia Tech’s team, North still produced the conference swimmer of the year.
Life is literally a circus for one Plymouth family, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
Sometime this month, Michael Thomas’ Midwest Boxing Champions will be open.
“Sheboygan is going to have boxing, and I think we’re going to be great at it, too,” he said. “We’re going to get some respect when we tell people we’re from Sheboygan and we box.”
Four former Sheboygan Red Raiders, including North’s Ty Petzke, are competing on playoff-bound teams in the North American 3 Hockey League.