Advertise on

Results tagged with 'prep sports'

Articles (7) - Blogs (0)



Three South Side high schools call rebuilt South Stadium home

Published Aug. 26, 2015

As the Bradley Tech Trojans and the South Division Cardinals lined up along the sidelines for the first game of the season Thursday evening, the atmosphere felt more like a contest that could air on ESPN than a high school football matchup. As Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service reports, it was the first football game ever played in the newly reconstructed South Stadium at 971 Windlake Ave.


Local coaches speak out on rash of NFL health controversies

Published May 21, 2012

Bounties. Concussions. Lawsuits. Suicide. These are the NFL buzz words littering the off-season air of late, making headlines in areas the league wishes would vanish. Will the landscape of football suffer because of all the negative press? Five high school head football coaches offered up their opinions on the latest matters in the sport.


Overcoming frustrations on the hardwood

Published Feb. 17, 2012

All three basketball games I attended at the high school, college and NBA level had different outcomes from some of the built-up frustration that needed to be released.


WIAA's "Super Tuesday" format needs tweaking

Published March 6, 2011

The WIAA, in an effort to provide championship opportunities to smaller public schools in the state, has expanded its basketball tournament format from four to five divisions, a decision that will prevent four Division 1 teams from playing in Madison.


Friday Scorecard: An unnecessary circus

Published March 4, 2011

A packed room and live television audience watched intently as a young man made a major decision about his basketball future. No, not LeBron James ... J.P. Tokoto -- a 17-year-old still a year away from actually playing at North Carolina.

View the other 2 articles

Reader blogs:

There are no reader blogs tagged with prep sports

Write a blog now!