An undefeated South Milwaukee team looked to go to 6-0 and put its stamp on the Woodland Conference East Division at Greenfield.
But the Hustlin' Hawks put up quite a fight in a game with a big ending.
As always, fans and reporters were on Twitter and other social networks. Read the MyCommunityNOW Storify social media story of the game.
Last night featured New Berlin West Vikings trying to take down the undefeated Greendale Panthers in a powerhouse Woodland West matchup.
And, as always, fans and reporters were on Twitter and other social networks. Read the MyCommunityNOW Storify social media story of the game.
New Berlin West knew that the unbeaten Greendale Panthers had an outstanding offense. But in Friday night's 44-7 win by Greendale, it was the defense and special teams which stood out.
"When your defense and special teams are scoring a lot of points, things are going pretty well," Panthers coach Rob Stoltz said. "We had a fumble return for a touchdown, an interception for a touchdown and a blocked punt for a touchdown."
Now add to that quarterback Josh Ringelberg and the dynamic duo of Mitchell Brees and Cody Kmetz (6-for-50, TD) had their aerial circus going and the Vikings didn't have much of a chance.
Ringelberg, who had an off-night by his high standards, completed 17-of-24 passes for 179 yards and 3 touchdowns, but West picked him off three times.» Read Full Article
A 911 caller reported a kitten was run over and killed by a vehicle after people in another vehicle threw it out the window while driving.
According to the Oak Creek police report, which was released this week:
A 911 caller at 7:55 a.m. Aug. 2 called and reported someone tossed a black kitten out of a vehicle that was driving northbound on Howell Avenue and Oak Leaf Drive. The caller said the kitten was run over and killed by another vehicle.
The caller said the suspect vehicle, a mid-90s white GMC with tinted windows, tossed the kitten out of the rear passenger side window and he swerved and missed it, but the vehicle behind him drove over it. The caller told police he didn't know how many people were inside the car due to the tinted windows and was unable to get the license plate number.