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Graham Accepts Varsity Head Football Coach Position at Case High School

Case High School’s Varsity Football has appointed a new head coach. Anton Graham has accepted the position to take over and replace the previous coach, Bryan Shredl. This will be Graham’s first head coaching opportunity as a football coach for Racine Unified School District. He has years of experience under his belt as a coach […]

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Carthage Firebirds look to defend championship at home April 22

The Carthage Firebirds Men’s Volleyball team will have a chance to defend their National Championship on their home court this week. The Firebirds used a 3-0 sweep of Dominican to punch their ticket to the Division 3 Men’s Volleyball Final Four, which they will host in their home arena starting Friday at Tarble Arena.  “We […]

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Firebirds advance to Elite Eight

Firebirds Zach Bulthuis and Matt Slivinski both posted double-digit kills as the Carthage College Men’s Volleyball Team notched their first win of NCAA tournament play. Bulthuis posted 12 kills, while Slivinski had 10 kills and six service aces as the Firebirds dispatched Mount Union in three sets to open up tournament play.  “Zach was unreal […]

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Kenosha Student Recognized as one of Wisconsin’s Top Scholar Athletes

A Kenosha student has been named a finalist for the 2022 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic  Association’s (WIAA) Statewide Scholar-Athlete Awards. In the state of Wisconsin, 16 senior girls and 16 senior boys have been selected as finalists to receive this prestigious award. The award program, underwritten by Marshfield Children’s Hospital, began in 1984 and since has recognized […]

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Milwaukee Brewers Free Guest Passes Available Today, April 14

The City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) is a reoccurring participant in the Milwaukee Brewers Buddies Program. According to the program, “thousands of complimentary game tickets have been distributed to non-profit community groups through this program.” As of today, April 14, PRCS will be distributing a limited number of these complimentary guest passes […]

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City of Racine Youth Softball Registration Open through June 17

Registration for the 2022 Summer Youth Softball is now open through the City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS). All skill levels are welcome to join. Registration is open to youth ages 4 to 8.   Youth Softball leagues are available for the following age groups: T-ball: 4 – 5 years old Coach Pitch: […]

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Firebirds men’s volleyball host first weekend of NCAA Tournament

The Carthage College Firebirds’ men’s volleyball team will be hosting this weekend’s NCAA tournament action at Tarble Arena. The team earned an overall number one seed after earning the CCIW tournament title on Saturday with a 3-1 win over conference rival North Central. Slivinski and Schmidt lead Firebirds past Cardinals Leadership helped lead the Firebirds […]

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City of Racine Youth Sand Volleyball Registration Open through June 17

The City of Racine Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services (PRCS) registration for the summer of 2022’s Youth Sand Volleyball is now open until June 17. All skill levels are welcome to join. This recreational program is open to individuals in 6th grade through 12th grade, as of September 1, 2022. The sand volleyball matches will […]