Racine Sports News
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Thursday Oct 23 | via Franklin
The Franklin boys volleyball team pulled out all the stops Wednesday night in its Southeast Conference Northern Division dual meet championship dual with Racine Horlick. The Sabers enlisted the support of the girls team, they even had the band out there for some pre-match music and the national anthem, it was also senior night and they also had a large contingent of friendly, noisy fans cheering them on. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | via Franklin
In the history of the Franklin girls cross country program, longtime coach Jack Hervert laid the base more than 20 years ago. Then he stepped away, and Regina Schindel slid deftly into the gap, building the program into a consistent state-level powerhouse. Comment?
Tuesday Oct 21 | via OakCreek
The stunning loss to Kenosha Indian Trail in the first week of the Southeast Conference season is long in the rearview mirror for the newly crowned league co-champion Oak Creek football team. "That loss was a big enough disappointment that it really kicked us into gear," said quarterback Steve Stilwell. Comment?
Saturday Oct 18 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
The Warhawks girls cross country team edged Waukesha West, 33-35, to win the conference meet Saturday at Lake Denoon Middle School in Muskego. The victory was part of an Arrowhead sweep of the boys and girls crowns. Comment?
Wednesday Oct 15 | via Menomonee Falls
One year ago, the Menomonee Falls football team took on Marquette in the regular season finale with a chance at the Greater Metro Conference title with the Indians coming up short in a 35-7 loss to the Hilltoppers. Fast-forward to this year, Friday, Oct. 17 at Wauwatosa's Hart Park at 7 p.m. and the Indians have another chance at a GMC crown against the same Hilltoppers . Comment?
Tuesday Oct 14 | via Franklin
Oak Creek senior doubles player Sarah Ciombor returns a shot during WIAA Sectional play at Nicolet High School on Oct. 8. Photo By C.T. Kruger The Knights finished a sound season in WIAA sectional play at Nicolet on Oct. 8, coming just short of WIAA State Tournament berths. Oak Creek's top entries of sophomore Vasha Sriram at first singles and the first doubles team of senior Erin Nachtigall and sophomore Kayla Stolz both lost their quarterfinal matches and were unable to secure special qualifier slots for state. Comment?
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