It may have taken a bit, but once the Green Bay Southwest girls’ soccer team got rolling, it was hard to stop against Seymour.
With his starters having an off-night shooting, Seymour boys’ basketball coach Bobby Kuchta went to his bench for a spark.
With eight regular-season games remaining on its schedule, the West De Pere Phantoms boys’ basketball team learned a valuable lesson Thursday.
The Green Bay East boys’ basketball team scored 84 and 85 points, respectively, in the first two games of the season and were rolling offensively.
New Seymour girls’ basketball coach Ryan Goltz is bringing change to the program, and so far, the results are mixed to start the season.
Sam Daugherty will always remember his first varsity start for the Seymour boys’ basketball team after he made the game-winning shot.
The Green Bay Southwest basketball team used balanced scoring to pick up its first win by defeating Seymour 67-26 Nov. 23 at Southwest High School.
The Ashwaubenon girls’ swimming and diving team won the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) Division 2 Plymouth Sectional Nov. 6.
Early in the second half of a WIAA Division 3 boys’ soccer sectional final, Notre Dame Academy coach Michael Prudisch had to go to his bench.