ASHWAUBENON – The De Pere boys’ soccer team showed it’s a force to be reckoned with in the Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC), while Ashwaubenon showed its growing pains.
De Pere Redbird boys’ soccer had a slow start to their game on Tuesday, Sept. 5, going into the second half of their game trailing by two goals to the Sturgeon Bay Clippers.
The Pulaski Red Raiders defeated the De Pere Redbirds 35-30 at home in an hard-fought FRCC-North Conference battle to record their first win of the season.
West De Pere one victory away from state tournament
Despite his parents not playing tennis, Nicholas Balthazor – a De Pere High School senior – is one of the best players in the state.
The De Pere girls’ soccer team has asserted their dominance in the Fox River Classic Conference (FRCC) this season, further solidifying their first place position with their win on Tuesday night against Sheboygan South at home.
After becoming the first 30-0 boys’ team in state history, the De Pere basketball squad took home plenty of post-season hardware.
When Steven Hermsen joined his middle school’s track and field team, he never imagined that 10 years later, he would be crowned a four-time NCAA All-American.
Jordan Meulemans, a 2022 De Pere High School graduate, helped lead the girls’ basketball team to the WIAA Division 1 state tournament
Claire has excelled on the defensive side of play in both soccer and hockey, competing for the De Pere Redbirds in soccer and the co-op Bay Area Ice Bears in hockey.