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 […]
North beats South for fourth straight softball win
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 […]
No-hitter on Tuesday, win over South Thursday
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 […]
Lutheran unable to have varsity team this season
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.
Sheboygan family gets to meet Aaron Rodgers
The Sheboygan family got to meet the Green Bay Packer at a Make-A-Wish Foundation event on April 11.
Soccer team off to fine start
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.
2020 vision: Fox River eyes two divisions
The Fox River Classic Conference is getting bigger for football.Several football-only conference realignments across the state, passed by the WIAA Board of Control last week, will be implemented for the 2020 season.
Plymouth Dirt Track Racing makes season debut Saturday
Featuring a retooled weekly lineup of premier divisions coupled with a full slate of major marque events, the upcoming 15th season of Plymouth Dirt Track Racing at the Sheboygan County Fairgrounds will offer a bit of something for every fan.
Albright to intern at Augusta
Josh Albright, a crew leader at Whistling Straits, will begin an internship at Augusta National Golf Club in August.
“Watching (The Masters) on TV was just crazy,” the 22-year-old Howards Grove graduate (2014) said. “It still feels unreal. It took over a week for it to really sink in that I’m going to be working at this absolutely beautiful, astonishing course.”