Racine Sports News

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  • Thursday | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Franklin claims Southeast tennis title

    The Sabers edged Indian Trail by one point to win the Southeast Conference tournament Thursday at Racine Case. The victory helped Franklin, which also scored a 4-3 dual meet victory over the Hawks earlier this month, capture the league's overall title with 73 points.


  • Thursday May 21 | via Franklin 

    softball team remains hot, takes second in Bay meet

    Fresh off their championship in the West Allis Hale Tournament on May 8 and 9, the Franklin girls softball team took a full head of steam into a busy slate this past week and won four of six games, including a runner-up finish in the Whitefish Bay Invite on May 16. "We had another week of great softball," said coach Jenny Rechlicz. "Winning four of six games on the week and both games we lost were to the same team , we consider that a great week.


  • Thursday May 21 | via OakCreek 

    Oak Creek softball team learns lessons from Greenfield

    Oak Creek softball coach Jeff Trask knows his good, young team has an opportunity to do some really good things at the end of this season. That's why he scheduled a really difficult road nonconference game against 24-0 Greenfield on May 13 and their powerhouse all-state level pitcher Bella Matthias, who recorded over 300 strikeouts last season.


  • Sunday May 17 | via Kenosha News 

    Prep baseball ticker: Bradford defeats Case

    The Southeast Conference-leading Red Devils broke open a 2-2 game with three runs in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the seventh. ... Steven Stover "battled and challenged" according to coach Matt LaBuda in pitching a two-hit complete game with six strikeouts.


  • Sunday May 17 | via Kenosha News 

    High school ticker: Tremper soccer team triumphs

    Two first-half goals by Janelle Caira lifted visiting Tremper in a non-conference match. ... Caira scored at the 4:50 mark off a direct kick from Kelsey Dejno.


  • Sunday May 17 | via Kenosha News 

    High school ticker: Central baseball defeats St. Joseph

    Dylan Hogan pitched a complete game and Marshall Gilbert, Garrett Gilbert and Tanner Bykowski all homered to lead the Falcons to a non-conference win at Simmons Field. ... The Lancers led 1-0 through three innings before Marshall Gilbert's homer in the top of the fourth got Central on the board.


  • Saturday May 16 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Catholic Memorial wins golf invitational

    The Crusaders boys golf team won the Waukesha County Invitational on Saturday at Wanaki. The Crusaders shot 303, five strokes better than Arrowhead and Sussex Hamilton.


  • Monday May 11 | via Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal 

    Focus on girls soccer

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  • Friday May 8 | via OakCreek 

    Oak Creek softball team dominant in 6-0 week

    These two old cliches, plus probably many more, apply to the Oak Creek girls softball team this season, as the sophomore-dominated Knights whipped archrival Franklin in the teams' third meeting in as many weeks en route to defending their title in the Cudahy Packer Blast Tournament on May 2. The three wins the Knights earned on May 2 were part of a 6-0 week that put them atop the Southeast Conference standings. "We're just hoping that we can remain consistent," said Knight coach Jeff Trask.


  • Tuesday May 5 | via Franklin 

    Sport Shorts: May 7, 2015

    Oak Creek's Janeen Zelten attempts to drive between Franklin's Reilly McGoldrick and Alexandra Miller during the first half of Franklin's 3-2 Southeast Conference soccer win over Oak Creek on April 28. Photo By Peter Zuzga "It was another Franklin/Oak Creek girls soccer game that was played in a fun and exciting back-and-forth style," said Saber coach Casey Roche, as his squad pulled out a 3-2 decision over their archrivals on April 28. Franklin took a 2-0 lead early in the first half on goals from Abigale Gardner and Rieger. Oak Creek cut the deficit to 2-1 before the half on a score by Josephine Pupora .


  • Monday May 4 | via Door Reminder 

    SportsClippers finish 2-1 in Germantown TournamentCl...

    The Clippers lost to Germantown, 9-2, in their first game and then beat West Bend West, 8-3, and Racine Case, 1-0. Hailey Benesh hit a Texas Leaguer to right field to score Paige Kramer from second base with two outs in the fourth inning to lift the Clippers over Racine Case.


Racine High Schools

Case High (7345 Washington Avenue)
Horlick High (2119 Rapids Drive)
Park High (1901 12th Street)
Walden III High (1012 Center Street)