Eimers enjoyed his time with the Greyhounds but is stepping away so that he watch his youngest son play the game. “This is my last kid,” he said. “After this year, he’s gone, so I thought it was time. It was a tough thing to do, though.”
Caldwell almost doubled his scoring average to 18.2 points per game as a senior and was a consensus all-state selection.
Some are calling this spring the worst they've seen when it comes to bad weather.
It was a good week for Greenfield, Burlington and Waukesha North's Maddy Anderson. Find out who else we honored.
This week's player of the week has enjoyed an impressive debut at Dominican, Find out who else we honored this week.
Brookfield Central maintained its top spot, but there was some shuffling in the area rankings.Find out who moved up.
Coaching for the long term is as hard as it’s ever been. If a coach isn’t getting burned out by growing demands of the job, he or she is getting pushed out before they’re ready to go. Paul Darling and Al Schieve should take a bow for lasting so long.
The Eagles running back ran for 1,700 yards as a junior and almost 3,000 for his career before a knee injury forced him to miss all of last season.
If you're itchin' for hoops action, this is for you.
Playing catcher fits the take-charge personality of Sussex Hamilton's Morgan Dercola. "You basically run the field," she said. "I feel catcher is the most important position on the field.”.
Mother Nature isn't cooperating, but this is softball season. Here is your primer.
DSHA's Meghan Scott is headed to Notre Dame. Find out the plans of athletes from your school by checking out our ever-expanding list of spring commitments.
Check out our early-season rankings. Did we get it right?
The Indiana recruit is a two-time second-team all-state selection who has led his team to the state tournament the past two seasons. His senior year could be special.
The Journal Sentinel High School Sports Awards presented by Aurora Sports Health is about five weeks away!