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Hill Provides Spark Plug for St. Joe’s Girls’ Hoops

The Kenosha St. Joe’s Lancers girls basketball team hopes to make a run at the Metro Classic Conference title this season. After a 12-9 record and fourth-place finish a season ago, head coach Jason Coker sees it as a wide-open race after seeing some big-name players leave for college last season. “The Metro is typically […]

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Racine Case Seeks Another Conference Title in 2022

Racine Case Eagles basketball is looking to use their competitive non-conference schedule to help propel them towards another conference title. The Eagles have played competitive games with Verona, Wisconsin Lutheran and Racine St. Cat’s and hope that helps them down the stretch.  Case has three players that average in double digits led by Amari Jedkins […]

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Thompson Looks to Carry on Tradition at St. Cat’s for 2022

Long-time Racine St. Cat’s assistant coach Ryan Thompson is looking to carry on the tradition of Angels basketball with a youthful squad in his first season as head coach. Thompson takes over for former head coach, UW-Stevens Point national championship-winning basketball player, Nick Bennett.   After winning the WIAA Division 3 State Championship over Lake Country […]

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Prairie School Hawks Coach Garchek-Jaramillo’s 1st Season Focus: Fundamentals

Racine Prairie School is getting big efforts out of their younger talent as freshman Jaysonya Barnes and junior Sophia Lawler have helped lead them during the beginning stretch of the season. After only getting three wins a season ago, the Hawks currently sit at 9-2 with one more non-conference game before heading into only conference […]

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Horlick Rebels Hopeful to Bounce Back in ’21-22 Season

The Racine Horlick Rebels boys’ basketball team has remained competitive despite struggling out of the gate to start the 2021-22 season. The Rebels are currently 0-6 but have been in close games with Kenosha Tremper, Kettle Moraine and New Berlin Eisenhower in the beginning stretch of the season.  “We have been in every game and […]

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Tremper Boys Hoops: Southeast Conference Surprise Team Hopefuls

The Tremper Trojans’ boys basketball team has played in some close competitive games to start their season. The Trojans currently sit at 4-2 overall and have had close games with conference opponents to start the season including wins against city rival Bradford and Racine Horlick.  “We put our players in situations in practice, and to […]

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Department of Health Services Reminds Citizens of COVID-19 Testing Options

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reminding citizens of the various ways to get tested for COVID-19. Wisconsinites can take advantage of going to local health departments and pharmacies to get tested as well as using over-the-counter rapid tests including free tests provided by the department.  “We have to keep working together to fight […]

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UW-Parkside rededicates gym as part of athletics vision

UW-Parkside rededicated De Simone Gymnasium on Tuesday night as they continue to enhance their athletic vision. The gym and practice court were part of the rededication this week as part of UW-Parkside’s Ranger Vision 2020. On Saturday, UW-Parkside rededicated one of the practice courts to former women’s basketball coach Jenny Knight-Kenesie following a doubleheader at […]