The new conference layout in southeast Wisconsin will be accompanied by some headaches, including some additional travel and an odd number of teams in some leagues. Athletic directors aren’t thrilled with it, and it has more to do with process than the outcome.
The history of the Germantown boys track invitational is a long and storied one with amazing records dating back to the 1970s.
The spring signing period was a busy one for Menomonee Falls and Germantown senior athletes heading off to college.
If the first full week of the North Shore Conference girls softball race is any indicator, the traditional two-team battle between Germantown and Homestead is going to be replaced by something far more competitive.
The Wisconsin Football Coaches Association annual clinic at the Marriott West in Middleton, April 7-9, was more than just a vast cornucopia of football ideas, strategies and hardware (drones for scouting purposes and game-taping anyone?).
Jesse Thielke won four state titles at Germantown High School and went on to compete for the University of Wisconsin. But after a win at the United States Olympic Trials over the weekend, his biggest goal is now well within reach.
There was a problem with the way team scores were being tabulated at the North Shore Conference girls indoor track meet on April 5 that cropped up early; so at the end, the official checkers at host school Cedarburg needed to add in a couple of early events that had been left out.
For the time being, Germantown Now All-Suburban boys basketball players Juwan McCloud and Max Keefe can remain kids, relatively unburdened, taking time out to finish out their high school careers with all the excitement and expectation that comes to impending graduates while also making time for a little fun during spring break.
It was a "mutual decision" between himself and Lindenwood University head coach Lance Randall that led prominent former Germantown boys basketball coach Steve Showalter to leave his position as assistant coach after one season.
The buzzer was clearly late, way late, on Kenzie Schmitz's dramatic 28-foot 3-pointer from the top of the key that allowed the Germantown girls basketball team to beat Kettle Moraine Lutheran in a high-level season opener back on Nov. 24.
2015 state runner-up Darron Murray cleared 6 feet, 8 inches to win the high jump as the Menomonee Falls boys track team opened up its 2016 season at the Lake Michigan Indoor Invitational on March 19.