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Rebuilding Process Pays Off For St. Thomas More Boys Hoops

A rebuilding process has paid off for St. Thomas More boy’s basketball this season. After two seasons of being below .500, the Cavaliers are back in the conversation in the Metro Classic Conference. “We started a bunch of freshmen and sophomores and really committed to them as well as adding Amari McCotchery and Sekou Konneh,” […]

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Union Grove Credits Depth for Turnaround

Union Grove boy’s basketball coach Dave Pettit credits athleticism and more weapons offensively as the things that have created the turnaround after last year’s 7-17 season. The Broncos currently sit at 11-4 heading into their big matchup with conference leader Westosha Central this week.  “We play a little bit of a different style, and we […]

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Bradford Red Devils Boys Hoops Still Seeking Identity

The Kenosha Bradford Red Devils have been looking for their identity this season. The Red Devils have won two of their last four games and currently sit at 4-7 on the season after a 9-7 record last year.  Senior Keviyon Price currently leads the Red Devils in scoring as he averages 18.4 points and 7.3 […]

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Shoreland Lutheran Looking to Gain Experience

Shoreland Lutheran girls basketball head coach Holly Bahr wants to see her young team learn and gain experience this season. The Pacers currently start three sophomores and are sitting at 4-9 on the season. “Great group of girls that work hard and are extremely coachable,” Bahr said. “We’re just really inexperienced and really young.” The […]

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St. Joe’s Boys Hoops Looks to Build on School’s Athletic Success

The boys basketball team at Kenosha St. Joe’s is looking to continue a run of recent athletic success at the school. The Lancers are currently ranked seventh in the Division 4 poll with a record of 9-2 on the season. This past fall, the football team at St. Joe’s won a conference title and […]

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Shoreland Lutheran Hopes to Bounce Back

Shoreland Lutheran boys’ basketball is looking to recapture their early-season magic as they have lost their last three games after starting 5-1 on the season. The Pacers currently sit at 5-4 as they go into tough competition with Dominican and Racine St. Cat’s this week.  “Our conference doesn’t give us any breaks,” head coach Paul […]

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New Berlin Eisenhower Looks to Use Competitive Games as Advantage

New Berlin Eisenhower boys’ basketball looks to use their competitive drive to their advantage the rest of this season. The Lions, who currently sit at 3-8 overall, have had six games decided by six points or less this year including the team’s recent 60-57 comeback win over Waterford on Jan. 11.  “We are probably better […]

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Waterford Wolverines Look to Play as Team in Second Half

Waterford boys’ basketball has rebounded after a rough start to their 2021-22 season. The Wolverines currently sit at 4-8 overall after winning three of the last four games.  “We’ve played some pretty good and competed in moments,” Waterford head coach Nick Roeglin said. “We can play one way in a half and flip the switch […]

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Burger King Employee Threatened in Mount Pleasant

The Mount Pleasant Police Department is on the lookout for a male who threatened a Burger King employee at their Washington Ave location. The suspect pointed a handgun at the employee in the drive-thru and fired the weapon at the employee’s vehicle in the parking lot before fleeing the scene.  Fortunately, at the time of […]

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Westosha Central Falcons Seek Another Deep Run

Westosha Central prides itself on their experience as they look for another Southern Lakes Conference title in 2022. The Falcons currently sit at 7-1 and will have a heavy dose of conference games heading into the post-holiday stretch of games.  Falcons head coach James Hyllberg has had his current group since they were sophomores and […]

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Waterford Girls Hoops Leaning on Experience for 2022

Waterford High School girls’ basketball head coach Dena Brechtl is looking for her team’s experience to help pave the way for Wolverines basketball. The Wolverines have nine juniors on the roster looking to take some steps this season after the team went 13-9 a season ago. “We have a lot of juniors this year that […]

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Key for Racine Lutheran Girls Hoops is Leadership

After a 17-4 record and shared conference title a season ago, Racine Lutheran girls hoops looks to have their leadership advance them towards another run.  After losing their top two scorers from a season ago to graduation, Racine Lutheran currently has four players that average in double figures led by Nevaiah Bell-Tenner, who averages around […]

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