Racine Sports News
Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Racine, WI
2 hrs ago | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Whitefish Bay Dominican : With Diamond Stone leading a massive front line and a couple of experienced guards running the show, the Knights are considered the favorite to win their fourth straight Division 4 state title. Milwaukee King : Point guard Joe Binyoti is one of two returning starters for the Generals, who also have one of the area's better sophomores in guard Jordan Poole. Comment?
Yesterday | via New Berlin
Coach Jay Szatkowski's New Berlin United boys volleyball team just finished an outstanding season, not only from a team point of view but from an individual one as well. They then went on and lost to eventual state champion Marquette in the state championship match at Wisconsin Lutheran to finish state runner-up. Comment?
Saturday Nov 22 | via Hales Corners
A 14-year-old Whitnall High School student is accused of coercing teen girls into sending him sexually explicit photos of themselves. Greenfield police on Wednesday said they suspect the freshman boy obtained nude and semi-nude photos of at least seven girls who sent the pictures from their cell phones or over the Internet. Comment?
Tuesday Nov 18 | via OakCreek
So after a 26-2 season that included the team's first WIAA State D1 title, after the entire front line of that team graduated, including all-staters, NCAA D1 recruits and NOW All-Suburban choices Stephanie Kostowicz and Tamya Sims, and after looking around hard for familiar faces, what else could Hluchnik tell the team except, "We'll figure it out." "You never really do know what will happen," Hluchnik said after a successful four-team scrimmage Nov. 15. "In the first week, the kids worked hard. Comment?
Friday Nov 14 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper. You can view today's paper or previous issues. Comment?
Wednesday Nov 12 | via OakCreek
Word had spread up from Racine this week that the Horlick girls basketball team was thinking that it had a real, viable chance at beating defending WIAA State D1 girls champion Oak Creek in the season opener Friday night. But the rebuilt and reorganized Knights thought otherwise, as the leaner, meaner Oak Creek squad hit 10 3-pointers and went on a 16-0 run between the end of the first quarter and the beginning of the second to roll to an impressive 69-32 victory in this Southeast Conference tilt. Comment?
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