Some two hours after kidding around about scoring the most points ever in a Sheboygan South girls basketball game, junior Halle Boldt did it.
The point guard finished with 36 points Tuesday to break the previous school record of 30 in a 69-47 win over visiting Manitowoc Lutheran that stopped the Redwings’ nine-game losing streak.
Sheboygan North finished second in the hip-hop competition in the Division 1 Wisconsin Association of Cheer/Pom Coaches State Meet Feb. 1 at La Crosse Civic Center. The Golden Raiders, coached by Kayla Pittner, had taken first three of the previous four years.
AJ Bocchini remembers the first time in a wheelchair as a child.
It was at his father’s basketball practice, and his younger brother decided to push him around the gym.
The North girls basketball team defeated South, 59-41, on Feb. 1 and then the Golden Raider boys beat the Redwings, 66-59. North’s girls have won the last 25 games in the rivalry and its boys avoided their first season sweep by South since 2008-’09 by allowing just 15 points in the first half.
Football or track and field?
That was the question Cassius Rohadfox faced when it was time to figure out what sport he wanted to play in college.
It’s not the cover of the Rolling Stone, but Jaxon Penney isn’t complaining.
The 20-year-old Sheboygan South graduate’s picture of himself holding a 27-pound Chinook salmon will be featured on the next cover of The Reel Shot Great Lakes Salmon Trout Catalog.
Wisconsin Singers is celebrating 52 years of entertainment as it announces its show for one night only at the Sheboygan Falls High School Auditorium.
Fountain Park United Methodist Church is working with Group Mission Trips for a Home Repair & Renovation Youth Workcamp for Sheboygan County June 21-27.
The Sheboygan Theatre Company (STC) is set to present “The Nerd,” a madcap comedy sure to bring laughter to brighten the darkest of winter blues.