LAKE MILLS — No buzzer-beating half-court heroics from senior guard Matt Johnson were needed this time around, unlike last year’s meeting at Lake Mills High School.
LAKE MILLS — Laura Nickel and Anna Lutz combined for 50 points as the Marshall the girls basketball team defeated Lakeside Lutheran, 72-44, in a non-conference game Tuesday at Lakeside Lutheran High School.
JACKSON — Lakeside Lutheran’s girls basketball team lost to host Kettle Moraine Lutheran 60-42 in a rescheduled non-conference game on Saturday.
LAKE MILLS - Ella Collins had just returned from her official visit to Eastern Illinois along with the school’s other recruits in the class of 2020. The next day, they found out head coach Julie Allen wouldn’t be returning.
WATERTOWN — Junior forward Charlie Bender scored a game-high 24 points and junior forward Adam Moen added 18, propelling the Lake Mills boys basketball team to a 65-48 victory over Luther Prep in a Capitol North Conference opener, extending the L-Cats’ win streak to 11 games.
COLUMBUS - Senior forward Ben Emler led all scorers with 16 points as Columbus defeated the Lakeside Lutheran boys basketball team 46-32 in a Capitol North Conference opener on Thursday.
LAKE MILLS — The Lake Mills L-Cats won two of the four matches wrestled and received four forfeits as they earned a 36-15 victory over Mayville in a non-conference prep wrestling dual on Tuesday.
LAKE MILLS — Sophomore McClaine Mahone made four 3-pointers in the second half to ensure the Lake Mills L-Cats would earn a 59-48 victory over host Lakeside Lutheran in a Capitol North girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
MONROE — Monroe 6-foot-8 junior forward Cade Meyer scored 26 points as the Cheesemakers won 74-64 to snap the Lakeside Lutheran boys basketball team’s four-game win streak in a non-conference game on Tuesday.
COLUMBUS — Lakeside Lutheran’s girls basketball team won its Capitol North opener 47-43 over host Columbus on Thursday.
Platteville showcased why they are the top-ranked team in the Division 3 Wissports.net Coaches Poll, possessing an extra gear that Lake Mills could not contend with.
WAUNAKEE — Junior forward Charlie Bender poured in a career-high 34 points for the Lake Mills L-Cats as they earned a 68-61 overtime victory against Madison Edgewood in a non-conference game at Waunakee High School on Saturday.
Seventh Rec Program traveling league girls basketball - From back left: Haydenn Sellnow, Ramneet Mann, Payton Quest and Kellyn Thorman. Front: Erin Williams, Aubrey Lepak, Mckenzie Frey and Alexis Grossman. Coach Jim Williams.
Fifth grade Rec Program traveling league girls basketball - From back left: Milan Fullerton, Morgan Naylor, Maren Gensler and Leah Ferhman. Front: Mckenna Klubertanz, Brigitta Hale, Grace Ninneman, Molly Muchka and Katie Brandel. Coaches Dennis Klubertanz and Melissa Fehrman.
Sixth grade Rec Program traveling league girls basketball - From back left: Madelynn Sherry, Debra Bruce, Aubriana Moreno and Violet Thompson. Front: Lilian Doerr, Greta Wiedenfeld and Morgan Everson. Coach: Steve Thompson and Phil Sherry.
Fourth grade Rec Program traveling league girls basketball - From back left: Ada Gullixson, Brookelyn Wendorf, Ellie Kirchberg and Lyndsey Bender. Front: Rylie Neis, Hannah Kulow, Ella Spiegelhoff and Hannah Billinghurst. Coach Kyle Kulow.
Drew Stoddard dribbles around Jefferson's Braden McGraw during the Lakeside Lutheran Holiday Classic last weekend. Stoddard and the L-Cats went 2-0 with wins over Lake Geneva Badger and Jefferson.
LAKE MILLS - The Lake Mills girls basketball team used a steady diet of fullcourt pressure and an 11-0 scoring run early in the second half to remain unbeaten, tying the school record of 14 consecutive home wins along the way.
LAKE MILLS - The Lakeside Lutheran girls basketball team built an 8-point lead at the 10-minute mark of the second half only to see it cut to two in 60 seconds.
LAKE MILLS — Lake Mills used a 14-0 run, scoring the final 10 points of the first half and first four of the second half, en route to a 73-45 win over Jefferson in the Lakeside Lutheran Holiday Classic, played Friday and Saturday.
The Lakeside Lutheran Warriors collected four forfeits and two pins as they earned a 42-30 victory against Cambridge in a prep boys wrestling dual on Tuesday.
CAMBRIDGE — Lake Mills is the third-ranked team in the Wissports.net Coaches Poll and the L-Cats got tested on the road by Cambridge before narrowly escaping with their ninth straight win to open the season.
LAKE MILLS — Lakeside Lutheran’s basketball team got off to a slow start, falling behind 16-2 with nine minutes to play in the first half against Lake Country Lutheran.
LAKE MILLS - The Lake Mills and Luther Prep girls basketball teams entered the Capitol North Conference opener with a combined record of 9-0.
FOND DU LAC — Lakeside Lutheran junior guard Mia Murray led all scorers with 13 points and junior guard Olyvia Uecker added 10 as the Warriors defeated host Winnebago Lutheran Academy 54-38 in a nonconference game on Tuesday.
DEFOREST — Senior forward Lauren Thiele scored 10 points, the lone Lakeside Lutheran player in double figures, in a 68-54 nonconference loss at DeForest on Tuesday.
CAMBRIDGE — Matt Johnson made five 3-pointers in the first half to help Lake Mills go on a 19-0 run in the first half before picking up its third straight victory, dispatching host Cambridge 59-36 in a non-conference prep boys basketball game Friday.
MILWAUKEE — Lakeside Lutheran’s boys basketball team won its first game of the season, handing head coach Todd Jahns his first victory at the helm, 56-46 against Fox Valley Lutheran in the Viking Classic at Wisconsin Lutheran College on Friday.
Members of the Rec Department Hooty Hooo first place power league volleyball team are shown from back left: Gabby Learman, Sam Austin, Erin Breitzmann and Michelle Damm. Front: Rachel Meise and Becki Williams.
LAKE MILLS — A year after claiming the program’s first ever conference title, posting a 17-6 record and reaching the regional finals, the L-Cats return virtually their entire squad as they look to repeat.
LAKE MILLS — The Lake Mills boys basketball team returns four of its five starters, losing only point guard JT Toepfer, from a team that went 18-6 a season ago.
WHITEWATER — Junior Kacie Carollo made three 3-pointers and scored 20 points for the Whitewater Whippets in their 56-22 victory over visiting Walworth Big Foot in Rock Valley Conference prep girls basketball Friday night.
Three Lakeside Lutheran volleyball players and one member of the Lake Mills team received Division 2 all-state recognition by the Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association.
CAMBRIDGE — A 9-0 run gave the Cambridge Blue Jays a four-point lead at halftime, but Lakeside Lutheran remained steadfast with its full-court defensive pressure and finished off a 43-37 victory in the second half of a non-conference prep girls basketball game on Tuesday night.