Local Sports Archives for 2024-04

High School Baseball Scores From Saturday, April 13

Arrowhead 2

Kenosha Indian Trail 0

 

Slinger 6

Neenah 3

 

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 16

West Bend East 11

 

Lake Country Lutheran 3

Waukesha West 2

 

Kewaskum 9

Port Washington 3

 

Stevens Point 15

Watertown 1

 

Mayville 11

Hustisford-Dodgeland 0

 

Pewaukee 16

Cudahy 3

Hartford's Michael Turner Wins WIAA Spirit of Sport Award

Michael Turner of Hartford Union High School has been selected as the 2024 Wisconsin recipient of the Spirit of Sport Award presented by the WIAA, the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) and the National Federation of State High School Associations.
The Spirit of Sport Award program was created by the NFHS and adopted by the WIAA in 2018 in partnership with the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin. The award recognizes individuals who exemplify the ideals of the spirit of sport that represent the core mission of education-based athletics.
During a WIAA Level 2 football playoff game versus Homestead on Oct. 28, 2022, Turner’s life story was redirected in traumatic fashion. After the junior cornerback made a tackle on a play, the Orioles’ coaching staff observed something abnormal with Turner during a subsequent timeout and removed him from the game.
As the team doctor and athletic trainer were examining him, Turner collapsed and experienced a seizure that required life-saving procedures by the emergency medical technicians on the sidelines and as he was transported and treated at the local hospital. Hours later, he was moved to Childrens’ Hospital, where he underwent emergency surgery two days later to have the right side of his skull removed to relieve pressure on the brain.
Turner was diagnosed with Secondary Impact Syndrome and was placed in an induced coma for 10 days. To further complicate his recovery, he developed blood clots in his lungs. The medical team was able to resolve the blood clot issue, and Turner spent 15 days in the intensive care unit. He spent seven weeks recovering at the hospital. Turner was able to return home after a month of intense rehabilitation therapy, but recovery remained challenging.
Experiencing life without the right side of his skull required 24-hour home care for the two months prior to surgery to have that portion of his skull reattached.
Following his surgery, Turner struggled with his short-term memory. He made tremendous progress and was able to return to school and assist with the football program, cheering on his teammates during practice and games, as well as providing pre-game pep talks and encouragement.
Turner continues to work hard in recovery, and he still experiences memory loss. He is prohibited from participation in sports that would pose a threat of another concussion. He has handled his road to recovery with appreciation for life and a fun sense of humor.

As the Wisconsin recipient of the Spirit of Sport Award, Turner will receive an award sponsored by the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin. He will be presented with the award and recognized at the 2024 WIAA Annual Meeting on April 24.
In addition to Turner, finalists for Wisconsin’s nomination for the Spirit of Sport Award include Adam Backus of Mishicot High School, Zoe Coder of West Salem High School and Dodge Shore of Hillsboro High School.  

High School Baseball Scores From Wednesday, April 10

Hartford Union High School 1

Nicolet 0

 

Slinger 14

Grafton 0

 

West Bend East 7

Cedarburg 5

 

Homestead 5

West Bend West 3

 

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 9

Hustisford - Dodgeland 1

 

Pewaukee 8

West Allis Central 0 

High School Softball Scores From Tuesday, April 9

West Bend West 11

Hartford Union High School 1

 

Cedarburg 8

Slinger 6

 

Homestead 3

West Bend East 2

 

Kewaskum 13

N. Fond du Lac 3

 

Plymouth 9

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 3

 

Arrowhead 16

Kettle Moraine 5

 

Campbellsport 8

St. Mary's Springs 2

 

Oconomowoc 18

Catholic Memorial 2

 

Watertown 15

Ft. Atkinson 0

 

Horicon 11

Williams Bay 1  

High School Softball Scores From April 8

Hartford Union High School 15

Nicolet 0

 

Slinger 18

Grafton 6

 

Cedarburg 4

West Bend East 3

 

West Bend West 4

Homestead 0

 

Campbellsport 11

Omro 1

 

Waupun 15

Kettle Moraine Lutheran 0

 

Lomira 8

Laconia 2

 

Oconomowoc 2

Waukesha West 0

 

Kettle Moraine 8

Waukesha South 2

 

West Allis Hale - Central 13

Pewaukee 5  

High School Baseball Scores From April 8

Arrowhead 7

New Berlin Eisenhower 3

 

West Bend East 8

Grafton 2

 

Nicolet 4

West Bend West 3

 

Campbellsport 11

St. Mary's Springs 1

 

 

Cheer Tryouts

Cheer Team tryouts have been announced at Hartford Union High School.

Tryouts for the 2024-2025 school year are May 16 and 17 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the north end of the Hartford Union High School Field House.

Everyone is required to attend both tryout dates. Current Hartford Union High School students will need an orange card to participate in tryouts. 

Incoming ninth grade students will be sent a separate waiver to complete. If you plan on participating in tryouts, please fill out the google form. 

Cheer Team tryouts are welcome to all students attending Hartford Union High School for the 2024 to 2025 school year. 

High School Students Can Join A WIAA Leadership Team

Applications are now being accepted for the new WIAA Student-Athlete Leadership Team! The WIAA Student Athlete Leadership Team is a collection of diverse student-athlete leaders from member schools across the state.

This group of student-athletes will serve as ambassadors for their peers and the WIAA while learning more about the sports industry through various committee activities. 

Incoming juniors and seniors are eligible to apply. 

Applications are due by May 3, 2024.

History Made!

One of the highlights of the winter sports season at Hartford Union High School involved the junior varsity gymnastics team.

The Orioles clinched their first North Shore Conference championship in program history. 

Congratulations to head coach Mary Scherr. This program continues to reach new heights and the future looks bright.

Two freshmen, three sophomores, three juniors and three seniors competed this season for the Hartford Union High School gymnastics program.