Sheboygan Legion Post 83 finally had a full baseball roster.
After not having one the first four games because of North’s advancement to a sectional final and then graduation, the entire team helped earn a 5-2 victory over Watertown on Thursday to give Sheboygan a 3-2 record entering the weekend.
Sheboygan Lutheran made golf history twice in one day.
On June 4, the Crusaders took third place at Division 3 state for their best finish ever at the WIAA meet, and junior Drake Wilcox became the school’s first state champion.
The Sheboygan A’s know how to rally.
They trailed Burlington, 5-0, on the road Wednesday but left with a 17-8 victory.
Two North senior baseball players with three years of varsity experience earned all-conference honors.
Brent Widder and Jacob Neese, both infielders, made the All-Fox River Classic Conference second team.
Four North softball players, one from each class, made the All-Fox River Classic Conference team.
Senior pitcher Talia Lackershire and freshman infielder Ally Wagner got second-team recognition, and junior outfielder Natalie Dulmes and sophomore catcher Ashley Thaves received honorable mention.
I’m jealous of a teenager.
Ezekial Grunow to be exact.
While I may be lucky enough to hang out at a Sheboygan beach or two this summer, the South senior gets to spend 10 days in Australia and play football in the Down Under Bowl.
North’s soccer team fell short in its bid to return to state for the second straight time, but the Golden Raiders were still honored for another successful season.
Nine players made the All-Fox River Classic Conference team and Tim Eirich was named the league’s coach of the year after winning back-to-back league championships for the first time in program history.