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Lake Country Lutheran: player development key to success

Lake Country Lutheran boys basketball has had a winning formula to their success. The program has prided itself on player development en route to four consecutive 19-win seasons.  “I am definitely a believer that coaches win because their players are good,” Lake Country Lutheran boys basketball head coach Mark Newman said. “We definitely have good […]

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Warhawks fall in conference tournament title game, await NCAA bid

UW-Eau Claire used a 25-point free throw advantage over the Warhawks and got a big 31-point performance from Jessie Ruden to earn the automatic bid to the NCAA tournament on Friday night. Ruden scored 31 points and the Blugolds shot 28-for-31 from the free-throw line as they defeated UW-Whitewater 77-63 in the WIAC Conference Tournament […]

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Warhawks use late 12-2 run to win, make conference championship

In a battle of runs between conference rivals, the No. 11 UW-Whitewater Women’s Basketball team used a late run to help propel themselves into another conference tournament championship game. The Warhawks used a 12-2 run in the last three minutes to earn a 67-59 win over UW-Oshkosh at home in the semifinals of the WIAC […]

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Lambert posts career-high as Warhawks reach WIAC semifinal

Racine St. Cat’s graduate Elijah Lambert played a big role as the UW-Whitewater Men’s Basketball team advanced to the semifinal round of the WIAC tournament on Tuesday night. Lambert had a career-high 25 points in the Warhawks’ 72-49 win over UW-River Falls at home.  “Great game defensively and offensively as he rebounded well,” UW-Whitewater Men’s […]

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Reuther coach says “next man up” mentality is key

Adjusting and going with a “next man up” mentality has been a key for Kenosha Reuther boys basketball this season. Currently, the Bulldogs sit at 10-8 overall with two games remaining before the WIAA postseason starts next week. Kenosha Reuther has three players that average double figures in Kamauri Leavell, Jermarion Jones and DeAndre Hayes […]

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U-Conn recruit KK Arnold and Germantown hitting their stride

Germantown girls basketball are running on all cylinders as they battle for a conference title that can jumpstart them towards a tournament run. The Warhawks are currently 17-4 overall and are tied with Brookfield East at 13-1 atop the Greater Metro Conference. “We started off missing some key players and facing some great competition while […]

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Oak Creek girls hoops aim for consistency going into postseason

The Oak Creek Knights girls basketball team is looking for consistency heading into the last week of the season. After a close win over their rival Franklin, the Knights currently have a 15-6 overall record and an undefeated record in the Southeast Conference.  Oak Creek is battle-tested going into the final week of the season. […]

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Showalter Aiming For Success at Dominican

Dominican head boy’s basketball coach Steve Showalter looks to lead a youthful Knights squad to success. The former three-time state champion coach at Germantown currently has the Knights at 11-4 and in the thick of the Metro Classic Conference race.  Showalter is in his first season as head coach after former head coach Jim Gosz […]

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