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Freshman Nathan Balthazor and sophomore Benny Glezer are two big reasons why the De Pere tennis team qualified for the state tournament in Madison this weekend. The two combined for 65 wins and only four losses, helping the Redbirds clinch a state tournament berth for the first time since 2009 and second time ever in school history.
For the fourth year in a row, the state player of the year came from a team in Waukesha as Dani Rhodes of Waukesha West claimed this year's award. But the player she beat out for it might have the more impressive career. You be the judge as you watch this feature by JP Cadorin.
After a year away, Steve Showalter returns to his home state to coach high school hoops once again. After leaving Germantown for Lindenwood University in Missouri, Showalter is back in the area with a new gig at Catholic Memorial. JP Cadorin caught up with the new coach to see what new challenges await him.
After a high school injury changed his college plans, Luke Meeteer has done nothing but thrived in black and gold. The Panthers outfielder will likely leave campus as the all-time leader in nearly every offensive category. JP Cadorin talked with the Wisconsin native ahead of his final games in Milwaukee.
5/3/16 - In this high school girl's soccer game, the Catholic Memorial Crusaders battle the Muskego Warriors. The Crusaders have yet to lose a game this season, but have tied twice while winning five games. The Warriors have only lost one game, while also tying two.
5/3/16 - In this high school softball game, the Homestead Highlanders take on the Germantown Warhawks. The Highlanders enter the game with a 7-2 overall record, going 6-2 in the conference while also winning an out of conference game. The Warhawks are 6-5 overall, losing four out of conference games.
Former first round pick of the Milwaukee Brewers, Jake Gatewood, is back with the Timber Rattlers to start the 2016 season. The highly touted prospect was featured in the first episode of Field Pass. Gatewood talks about maturing as a player, and his move from shortstop to 3rd base this season.
JP Cadorin looks at the way the Badgers football team is shaping up for the fall, starting with the defense. After losing Michael Caputo, Darius Hillary and Tanner McEvoy to graduation, the defense will rely on its front seven to lead the charge this fall.
After making the NCAA tournament for the first time in 20 years, the Green Bay Phoenix traveled in style to Oklahoma City where the big dance awaited. JP Cadorin tagged along with the team talking to players, coaches, staff members, and family members to see what the experience is like as they head to the national stage.