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.
Three A’s players won Wisconsin State League baseball awards last week, including Sheboygan’s Jared Reklaitis, who was voted most valuable pitcher.
Justin Rittenhouse jumped out of an airplane 100 times, climbed Mount St. Helens, bought a bike to ride in a race the next morning, competed in an Ironman, is hiking the grand canyon this week … and has nine children, including eight girls, and he’ll be a grandpa in December.
UTHERAN’S KIERA KLAPPERICH (left) gets her 1,000th assist on Sept. 15
Two North/South golfers made the all-Fox River Classic Conference team after helping the squad finish fourth at the league championship meet.
American Legion Softball will make its debut in Wisconsin next summer, and North coach Chris Lenz says it is his intent to have his girls form a team with South.
Road America officials were confident NASCAR would return this summer, and they were proved right Wednesday when it was announced the Xfinity Series will be held July 29 at the Elkhart Lake track.
When Milwaukee-native Ernesto Matus arrived at North seven years ago as a new school counselor and assistant football coach, he wondered why there wasn’t a boys volleyball team considering how many students there were.