Jacob Ognacevic needed 52 points to reach 2,000, so he went out and scored that many Thursday to become the 38th player in Wisconsin to obtain the milestone. It was the most […]
I’d probably have the same response as 6-year-old Kaleb Allen if I had a mini hockey rink in my backyard.
“It’s really, really, really, really fun,” he said.
My father, however, wasn’t born in Vancouver like Sheboygan’s Brian Allen was.
“Growing up in Canada, that’s all you did after school is play street hockey,” he said.
Perhaps Sheboygan North’s Colby Meissner doesn’t go 5-0 at the Plymouth Wrestling Duals Jan. 4 if not for a new offseason training regimen.
The high school football season has been long over, but Sheboygan South’s Laine Thompson still has one game left.
The junior nose guard/defensive tackle will compete in the USA Football International Bowl at 4 p.m. Wednesday in Arlington, Texas.
Will Hayon was at it again.
The Sheboygan North sophomore set two pool records at Sheboygan South on Jan. 6 in his team’s 120-63 victory over the Redwings.
Just over 70 years ago, George Mikan and the mighty Minneapolis Lakers visited Sheboygan and were upset by the Redskins in a National Basketball Association game.
Sheboygan South senior Hannah Miller has decided to play volleyball at North Central University in Minneapolis.
The setter played all four years on varsity and first-year Redwings’ coach Abby Sigler says it was an honor to coach her.
Sheboygan A’s shortstop Jake Falish was named the team’s most valuable player and most valuable defensive player at the annual Sheboygan Athletic Club Awards Dinner Jan. 4 at the Elks Lodge.
Losing a fishing tournament by one pound, I would think, is as heartbreaking as giving up a walk-off home run or last-second touchdown.
Coaching against a family member is hard enough.
Imagine the difficulty when the game is a fundraiser for a sister-in-law fighting cancer.