The decision has been made to cancel the fall sports season for elementary schools in the archdiocese.
The following information on athletes who will continue their playing careers in college was provided to the Catholic Herald by the athletic directors at the various high schools in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. If you know of anyone that was inadvertently omitted, please send the information to email@example.com. Catholic Central High School, Burlington Nick […]
What the Ledgers lived was a 5-1 victory over Northland Pines on the morning of March 7 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison in the WIAA Division 2 championship game. The victory concluded the Ledgers’ 24-3-2 season that included a run of outscoring their five playoff opponents 34-3.
The boys basketball team from St. Catherine’s and the girls basketball team from DSHA were unable to finish their fantastic seasons.
LARRY HANSON CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Two well-known names in Milwaukee sports media have gone from talking to and about Christian Yelich to talking to and about Christians. Catholics, to be specific. Tom Pipines and Steve “Homer” True, well-known sports media personalities in the Milwaukee area for several decades, started up a new venture this past […]
St. Joseph Catholic Academy senior Elizabeth Alia has been selected as the 2020 Holy Rosary Sports Night Female Athlete of the year.
On Jan. 11, Siree Cofta qualified for the Wisconsin High School Powerlifting Association state meet by lifting 860 pounds in three lifts
LARRY HANSON CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF A small, 125-student Catholic high school in southeastern Wisconsin is drawing national and international attention for its unique wrestling program, despite having just a handful of competitors on its team last school year. Catholic Central High School in Burlington has completely transformed its grappling offerings, becoming the first high school […]
LARRY HANSON CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Luke Fox and his Catholic Memorial teammates wanted no part of a repeat of what happened in Camp Randall Stadium in 2018. While the Crusaders ended up winning the Division 3 state championship, they needed one of the greatest comebacks in state history (rallying from 24 points down) to pull […]
LARRY HANSON CATHOLIC HERALD STAFF Defense got the St. Mary’s Springs Ledgers to Camp Randall Stadium in Madison, and defense is what made sure they took a gold ball representing a state championship back to Fond du Lac. The Ledgers held a high-powered Regis team that came in averaging 43.5 points a game […]