For the second consecutive year, Lakeshore Technical College has been selected as a top 10 Bellwether Award finalist. This annual award recognizes leading institutions of higher education having outstanding and innovative programs and practices in community college education.
Basketball teams weren’t the only ones getting off to successful beginnings.
The Sheboygan co-op hockey team won its first six games of the season for the first time in program history, according to first-year coach Bill Sunagel.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has confirmed that a wild deer tested positive for chronic wasting disease in Plymouth township in Sheboygan County.
The CWD-positive deer was an adult doe harvested during the 2019 archery deer season and was tested as a part of the DNR’s disease surveillance efforts.
Winning the first two or three games of the basketball season is not unusual.
But it’s been awhile since it’s happened at Sheboygan South – until now.
The girls started 3-0 for the first time in 12 years and the last time the boys were 2-0 (entering play Friday) was in 2008-09.
Megan Glewen, Molly Peterson and Mike Scheele are not bothered.
The Sheboygan Lutheran girls basketball players and their coach know the Crusaders’ boys team deserves all of the headlines.
After all, they did win a state championship last year and are currently the top-ranked Division 5 team in Wisconsin.
The Red Raiders co-op hockey team recently decorated the courtyard at the Sheboygan Senior Community after buying toys for children last year. “This year, we felt the seniors could use a little joy,” coach Bill Sunagel said. – Submitted photo
The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association is expressing its support of a sponsored bill in the legislature that would make it a Class A misdemeanor to harass or intimidate a sports official in response to action taken or with intent to influence a referee, umpire, judge or anyone serving similar functions.
Jake Marver is the third-leading scorer and rebounder on the Sheboygan South basketball team, and the senior forward plans on probably attending UW-Oshkosh or St. Cloud State for some type of sports management education.
The Knights of Columbus Free-Throw Championship will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Jan. 5.
Following an investigation, police say a married Sheboygan couple were arrested and charged for having pounds of marijuana at their home.
According to court records, police found more than 8 pounds of marijuana, 21 illegal vaping cartridges and dozens of marijuana edibles inside the home of Alisa Sapino and Vincente Sapino, both 26.