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Whitnall's Sierra Grubor shoots over Oostburg's Erin Bartenstein as teammate Kendall Stribling rushes in during action earlier this season.
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The Panthers netted an incredible 16 shots from 3-point range in routing Cudahy, 99-66, Dec. 10, then they again put their offense in high gear in downing Shorewood, 83-62, Friday.
"Heavy pockets." It's a concept that Shorewood boys swim coach Rob McCabe was happy to see his team embrace and embrace fully when the Greyhounds dominated the Woodland Conference Relays on Dec. 11. "Overall, I'm quite pleased with the results from the relay meet," he said.
The Middleton girls tennis team will receive one of the WIAA State Team Tournament Sportsmanship Awards for outstanding sportsmanship displayed by athletes, coaches, cheer and support groups, mascots, bands and spectators during their state tournament..
The Brookfield Barracudas finished third in the 9-team Classic 8/Greater Metro Conference boys swimming/diving tournament at Waukesha South on Saturday.
With two classes, a 12-page paper, an accounting exam and an early start, it's a wonder Nic Kerdiles had any time to squeeze in a hockey game Friday night.
It's not hard to spot the turnaround for the D.C. Everest hockey team. After failing to score in three losses to start the season, the Evergreens have erupted for 19 goals in their last three games, including a 7-2 victory over Mosinee Thursday night in the semifinals of the Marathon Cup at Greenheck Fieldhouse.
More often than not, the player who scores the most goals gets the most recognition.
Steve Rogers remembers a little from his first year coaching Oostburg's wrestling team in the late 1980s.
Defensive soccer players are sometimes their teams' biggest unsung heroes. They rarely, if ever, score goals.
Franklin interim Associate Principal Sara Unertl remembers what it was like to head up a homeless girls swim team, one without a pool of its own to practice or contest meets in when she coached the still viable, but still homeless Germantown squad some years ago.
A group of veterans, including a pair of returning WIAA Division 1 state qualifiers, give the West Allis Hale wrestling team reason for optimism this season.
New Berlin's Alex Weiss swims in a 400-yard individual medley during the Woodland Conference Relay Championship at Cudahy High School on Dec. 11. Wauwatosa's Eddie Galindo swims in a 200-yard freestyle relay during the Woodland Conference Relay Championship at Cudahy High School on Dec. 11. Wauwatosa's Brandon Toye swims the 800-yard frestyle relay ... (more)