Rivals Kimberly and Kaukauna collided Tuesday night with the top spot in the FVA on the line.
Sheboygan North head girl's basketball coach Eric Spielman joins Ryan Rodig in studio to talk about the back to back FRCC champion Golden Raiders.
The Kaukauna Ghosts completed the sweep of Kimberly and took control of the FVA standings on Tuesday night. Meanwhile, Seymour wrapped up a conference title with a thrilling win over West De Pere. On the girls side Green Bay Southwest's Natisha Hiedeman became the metro scoring record against Green Bay West. Local 5 Sports' Leslie Spoon breaks down the highlights from a busy night of high school hoops.
Local 5's Eric Boyton travels to Kimberly where Bret Verstegen is excited to carry on his family tradition of playing football at the University of Wisconsin.
The West De Pere girls locked up at least a share of the their first conference title since 1980. Meanwhile the Valders boys took remained in the Olympian race by avoiding the upset against Wrightstown. Local 5 Sports Director Burke Griffin breaks down the highlights from a busy night of high school hoops.
A week after National Signing Day, the Kimberly Papermakers recognized ten seniors that not only had a key role in the school's athletic success, but will also represent the Papermakers at the next level.
It was a rematch between the KImberly girl's basketball team and Hortonville, with first place implications in the Fox Valley Association.
The final segment of High School Sports Xtra features Bill Gosse's Team360 Minute, Our Local 5 Top 5 Plays, Team of the Week, and a look back at some of the best sights and sounds from the past week.
The Kimberly girls were able to bounce back from a slow start to hold off Hortonville for a big FVA victory on Friday night. Meanwhile on the boys hardwood, the Valders Vikings and West De Pere boys picked up conference wins over some stiff competition. Local 5 Sports Director Burke Griffin breaks down a busy night of action on the high school hardwood.
Many local athletes made it official Wednesday, signing National Letters of Intent to play sports at the college level