The members of the Greendale football team clustered near the end zone at Steve Gavinski Field, posing for pictures and holding high the first Woodland Conference championship trophy.
The Panthers had just rolled past South Milwaukee, 41-7, in the initial meeting of the champions of the Woodland West and East Divisions on Thursday night.
They accomplished something that had not been done before, but they did it in a similar fashion to all their other victories during a 9-0 season.
They simply dominated behind a powerful and diverse offense and an underrated but stout defense.
"Our offense has some talented people, and I'll tell you what, our defense has some really talented people," head coach Rob Stoltz said. "We're very fortunate that we have very hard-working, committed kids who are also very talented."» Read Full Article
The first Woodland title game of its kind pits two champions of their respective divisions against each other, as South Milwaukee traveled to Greendale on Thursday.
Greendale was be heavily favored after South Milwaukee lost its first game of the year in Week 8.
As always, fans and reporters were on Twitter and other social networks. Read the MyCommunityNOW Storify social media story of the game.
Franklin police dealt with reports of underage employees drinking, a woman hit with a chainsaw and a man who kicked four people during The Hill Has Eyes haunted house event at The Rock Sports Complex.
According to the Franklin police reports:
· Police arrested a 23-year-old Milwaukee man for disorderly conduct after he intentionally kicked four people in four incidents during The Hill Has Eyes haunted house event at The Rock Sports Complex, 7900 W. Crystal Ridge Drive, about 10:40 p.m. Oct. 10. The man was told he was no longer welcome at the complex and was instructed not to return.
· One woman reported she was hit with a chainsaw and another woman reported she was "harassed" while at the haunted house about 12:10 a.m. Oct. 11. The two women came into the Police Department lobby to file a report but left before talking to an officer.
· An anonymous caller reported on Oct. 14 that employees under the age of 21 who were working in the field area at the event were drinking alcohol. The caller stated that all the employees in the field were highly intoxicated on the night of Oct. 11 because they were "stumbling and falling over" while scaring people in the field, and requested police do sobriety checks on actors at this event.
The Greendale Police Department successfully negotiated with an armed man inside a home in the 6000 block of Oakwood Lane today.
According to a statement issued by police:
Police were alerted to a domestic dispute between a 42-year-old man, his mother and his mother's boyfriend at 10:42 a.m.
"During the argument, the 42-year-old man armed himself with a pistol and fired into the floor of the residence," it states. "The mother and her boyfriend fled the residence and called police, leaving the 42-year-old man in the residence alone."
Police secured the area and contacted the man by phone.» Read Full Article
Amar Kaleka, the son of the Sikh temple president who was killed along with five others in a shooting rampage at their Oak Creek temple, announced his intention to challenge Rep. Paul Ryan.
Kaleka, a 35-year-old Democrat, says he's running to restore accountability to Congress.
Also Monday, the Democrat who failed to unseat Ryan last year revealed plans for an "announcement rally" at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
Rob Zerban has formed a congressional exploratory committee but he hasn't formally announced his candidacy. Committee coordinator Al Benninghoff says the Oct. 26 event is being billed as an "announcement rally" but he didn't have further details.
Zerban is a former Kenosha County board member.» Read Full Article
NOW/Lake Country suburban football poll by holding off a rally by Germantown to clinch at least a share of its 13th consecutive North Shore Conference title.The Homestead football team retains its No. 1 ranking in the
You can see the rest of the teams ranked in the poll, get a capsule look at schools who have clinched playoff spots, learn what coaches really think, and much more at the Push for the Playoffs special section.