The last time North’s baseball team threw a no-hitter was in 2009.
BEN VORPAHL is set to make a pitch during his no-hitter against Bay Port on April 23. – Submitted photo
That changed April 23 when Ben Vorpahl tossed one in a 4-0 victory at Bay Port.
It is also the only shutout of the season for the Golden Raiders.
Some freshmen were lost.
They would go out for high school sports like track and field and have to be taught what a shot put, discus or pole vault was because Sheboygan middle schools did not offer those activities.
Sheboygan’s Rick Baumgart will be inducted into the Sheboygan County Baseball Association’s Hall of Fame on Wednesday.
Plymouth’s Rick Meyer will also be inducted during a banquet that begins at 5:30 p.m. at Town and Country Golf Club in Sheboygan.
SHEBOYGAN – The child welfare crisis is the greatest issue facing Sheboygan County – and should be as well for state government.
County Administrator Adam Payne made that statement in his report at the April County Board meeting and supervisors made the same case earlier in the month at their monthly breakfast meeting with local legislators.
The Sheboygan North soccer team is rolling. The Golden Raiders defeated Sheboygan South, 9-0, Tuesday at Lakeland for its fifth win in a row – all shutouts. The Redwings had allowed a […]
A 10-run inning shows how well the Sheboygan North softball team is playing. The Golden Raiders did it in the fifth inning Tuesday to beat Sheboygan South, 15-3, in five innings. They […]
South baseball team has first winning streak Now that’s a way to put together the first winning streak of the baseball season. Sheboygan North defeated rival Sheboygan South, 7-3, on Thursday, two […]
For possibly the first time in over 30 years, Sheboygan Lutheran does not have a varsity softball team.
Crusaders’ athletic director Al Holzheimer guesses the school has fielded a varsity team every year since 1987 and knows for sure there has been one since 2005.
The Sheboygan family got to meet the Green Bay Packer at a Make-A-Wish Foundation event on April 11.
The Sheboygan Lutheran/Christian soccer team got off to a 2-0 start for the first time since 2012 after beating Sturgeon Bay and Living Word Lutheran in early April.