The Carthage baseball team ended its losing streak in big fashion Wednesday in Tucson, Ariz.
After suffering a 5-1 loss to Luther (Iowa) — Carthage’s fourth defeat in a row and sixth in its last seven games — the Red Men rebounded to rout Luther, 18-1, in the second game of the non-conference doubleheader.
To say tonight’s game might be the biggest in the history of the Wilmot and Central boys basketball rivalry would not be an oversell.
I’ve watched sports closely for 32 years, since age 7, as a fan and reporter, and likely will for the rest of my life.
But even if I live till 100, I’m certain I’ll never enjoy a sports team more than the 1996 Green Bay Packers.
The UW-Whitewater men’s basketball team finds itself in familiar territory as the postseason approaches — and Indian Trail graduate Andre Brown is right in the middle of the action.
We applaud the Kenosha City Council for taking up the issue of feral cat management. The current practice of trapping and killing feral cats is outdated, proven to be ineffective, costly and futile. It is also inhumane.
Effectively managing feral cat colonies through the trap, neuter and return (TNR) program is not just a theory, it’s a proven practice in several cities around the country. The evidence is clear, case study after published case study has shown populations will reduce, the colony will become a better neighbor and rid the neighborhood of more risky rodents.
Saturday afternoon provided a bittersweet moment for St. Joseph senior Sidney Cooks.
The Bellarmine men’s basketball team has been a major thorn in the side of UW-Parkside, as it has been for many other teams.
But just moments after his Knights dispatched the Rangers in a hard-fought Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament semifinal on Saturday afternoon, Bellarmine coach Scott Davenport emphatically made the case for the Rangers being in the NCAA Division II Tournament field.