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Marquette University High squeaks by in state championship volleyball tilt.

Tyler Chang and Nick Hartshorn helped lead the way for Marquette University High School as they notched the boy’s volleyball state championship in Green Bay this weekend. Hartshorn had multiple double digit performances in kills, while Chang led the way in digs in the team’s three wins over the weekend. “We battled through adversity throughout […]

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Brookfield Central gets Overtime win over Marquette University High School

Drew Edmond had another stellar day on the ground for Brookfield Central as he had four rushing touchdowns in the Lancers’ 41-38 overtime win over Marquette University on Friday night. “We needed this win to help keep our playoff hopes alive,” Brookfield Central head coach Joel Nellis said. “While we wish it didn’t come down […]

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Vikings keep postseason hopes alive with 44-7 win over South Milwaukee

The Wisconsin Lutheran Vikings football team used a 23-point second quarter on route to a 44-7 win over South Milwaukee at home on Friday night in Woodland Conference action. Jaxon Raabe put the Vikings on the board first with a six yard touchdown run to grab a 7-0 lead. Micarian Williams and Kamarion Burbridge added […]

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Serve Wisconsin to provide AmeriCorps funding for two Racine and Kenosha programs

Racine and Kenosha will have more COVID-19 support as Serve Wisconsin has just announced that it has received $322,255 in AmeriCorps funding to help support two area AmeriCorps programs. The grant will support both Public Allies Milwaukee Racine/Kenosha and the Racine Zoo AmeriCorps program.  “This funding will put 888 AmeriCorps members, including 25 members from […]