Monday, October 15, 2012
Whitefish Bay finished seventh in the eight-team tournament Saturday. The girls now face Milwaukee King in the WIAA regional competition Thursday.
After a seventh-place finish in the North Shore Conference tournament Saturday, the Whitefish Bay girls vollyeyball team is headed into the post-season seeded eighth. The Blue Dukes, which have a 2-5 dual season record, will open tournament play against Milwaukee King at 7 p.m. Thursday at Whitefish Bay High School. If they win the first regional game, the girls will travel to Divine Savior Holy Angels to play the Dashers at 7 p.m. Saturday night. In the North Shore Conference tournament held Saturday, Germantown finished first, followed by Nicolet and Homestead. View the full Division 1 tournament bracket.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Let's face it — half of the game is the people sitting in the stands, so let's see the faces of the people cheering on their teams.
North Shore Conference rivals Port Washington and Whitefish Bay play a girls and boys varsity basketball doubleheader on Friday, and Patch brings its Full-Court Press to the Blue Dukes Field House. Patch will have video highlights from the boys game, and a photo gallery from the boys game on top of this fan photo gallery built by Patch users. Snap pictures or take video of other fans, the action and other festivities and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com. You also can upload them to the Whitefish Bay or Port Washington-Saukville Patch Facebook pages, or add them right in the article on Patch from your computer or the smartphone Patch app.
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
Team dominates distance events; boys strong in the sprints.
Kenzie Vicker and Emma-Lisa Murphy finished first and second, respectively, in the 1,600 and 3,200-meter runs as Whitefish Bay won the North Shore Conference girls track meet on Tuesday at Cedarburg. The Blue Dukes also received a 1-2 finish in the pole vault from Nawoo Kim and and Sofie Yang in scoring 146.5 points, well ahead of Nicolet (96.5 points). Though the boys finished seventh overall, they dominated the spring events. James Stecker won the 100, Brandon Threats captured the 200 and the Blue Dukes' foursome of Stecker, Threats, Rashadeem Gray and Davonte Johnson blazed to victory in the 400 relay. Whitefish Bay crossed the line first in the 800 relay as well but was disqualified for passing the baton outside the allowed zone. Both …
Sunday, February 6, 2011
Port Washington decimated the field in Saturday's wrestling tournament in Germantown. Nicolet's McKay wins at 215 and Henry Dixon grabs Whitefish Bay title at 189.
If there was a victory lane at the Germantown High School gym, it would have been snarled in a traffic jam consisting only of Port Washington wrestlers on Saturday at the North Shore Conference wrestling tournament. The Pirates won eight weight classes and finished second in three others to pile up 284 points, ahead of rival Germantwon (252.5). Nicolet's John McKay won the 215-pound class as the Knights finished sixth with 101.5 points. Senior Alex Dieringer was, not surprisingly, the Pirates' most dominating wrestler. He won state titles at 103 pounds as a freshman and 140 last year. In the NSC meet, he competed at 152 and hardly broke a sweat. After a bye in the first round, Dieringer pinned Brendan Hanrahan from Whitefish Bay in 21 …