Saturday, March 2, 2013
The J.I. Case Eagles will not make the trek to Madison for the state boys basketball tournament.
The Case High School Eagles fell Saturday to a superior team from Milwaukee King. Against Milwaukee Hamilton on Thursday, the Eagles came out a little slow, but quickly caught on to the Wildcats' game. Saturday against the Generals started in much the same way, but the Eagles never really caught up, only keeping pace for a while in the first quarter. As they came off the floor, seniors Zach Brenner and Davion Bell received rounds of applause from both their teammates and the crowd In the end, the Generals proved too much for the Eagles, and Case fell, 59-43. King will move on to play Mukwonago.
Thursday, February 28, 2013
The J.I. Case High School Eagles beat Milwaukee Hamilton Thursday in the WIAA sectional semi-final. They will face Milwaukee King on Saturday.
The Case Eagles faced a tough Milwaukee Hamilton team Thursday at Case, starting out a little slow against the rush of the Wildcats' offense. Led by Kevon Looney, the 6'5" junior, Hamilton racked up points early, but Case quickly caught on to how Hamilton was going to play and met them nearly point-for-point through the first half. By the second half, the Eagles were on firm footing and while it wasn't an easy win, they clearly had the upper hand. Case won, 67-55, and will face Milwaukee King at 1 p.m. Saturday at Horlick. King beat cross-town rival Milwaukee Vincent Thursday. The winner of the Case-King game will move on to the state tournament in Madison.
Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Their hard work paid off and now several boys on the Horlick, Case, and Park high school swim teams will be in the state competition Saturday.
The Racine Unified School District will be well represented at the WIAA Boys State Swimming and Diving Championships on Saturday. The Case High School boys swim team placed 2nd and Park High School placed 7th in the sectional meet held Saturday at Greenfield High School. The Case team earned 305 points, Park High School received a score of 199 and Horlick High School placed in 11th place with a score of 86. The Greenfield/Greendale team placed first with 336.5. Several members will now head to the state competition on Saturday. Park High School senior Andrew Suchla won the diving event after he earned 609.20. Horlick High School junior Mike Modesti placed sixth in the diving event at the sectional meet, but received a score of 342.6. Both …
Take the family out to the movies for free, buy some popcorn and candy for way less than you would at the movies and help support the Case High Theater Booster Club. Check out what's playing.
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Only the diamonds at Case meet new rules so Racine Unified is uncertain if this could cost the district big money.
New WIAA softball diamond rules could require Racine Unified to lay down some serious money to improve fields throughout the district. The National Federation of State High Schools Association and WIAA regulation change coming down the pike requires all varsity softball games to be held on fields with outfield fences at 185 to 235 feet from home plate. Only the fields at J.I. Case High School meet those regulations. "The rule is you have to have an outfield fence between 185 and 235 feet. Currently, only Case's field meets this," said Stacy Tapp, communications director for the district. "We have not yet determined next steps or what this might cost." Get great local stories like this on Facebook. Click to join us! RUSD isn't the only …
Saturday, November 10, 2012
A new engraved brick walkway was installed at Case High School this week in honor of the school's alumni Veterans.
A new walkway and monument honoring the service of J.I. Case High School alumni veterans was dedicated at a special ceremony Thursday. The walkway and monument are a tribute to their patriotic sacrifice and the sacrifice of their loved ones. Veteran and Case High School teacher Mark Peterson, along with members of the class of 1971, dedicated a brand new brick walkway leading to and around the school’s flagpole. Of the 3,000 bricks making up this newly dedicated path, 18 have already been engraved with the names of service men and women and 25 to 30 are out being engraved. At the event were local community members including Racine Mayor John Dickert, County Executive Jim Ladwig, Mount Pleasant President James Majdoch, Case Principal Jeff …
Sunday, September 23, 2012
You're busy -- here's who won the Horlick High School Football game, how you can sell your crafts, what your Village Board will be talking about, and several key events happening in your community. Have a great week!
1. The Horlick Rebel Football team won against the Case Eagles 43 to 20. Check out the photos here. Their next game against Bradford High School will be held at 7 p.m. Sept 28 at Horlick Field. Great job guys! 2. Have crafts to sell? Case High School will be hosting a Holiday Craft Fair from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 10. They are accepting registration forms for crafters interested in displaying their wares. The registration deadline is Oct. 19. To register for the fair, click here and download the application form. Send your completed application form to: Manteufel/Case Art Club, 7345 Washington Ave. Racine, WI, 53406. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Manteufel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 708-577-3101. The Case High…
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
To help ease the transition to high school, the Case Link Crew Program helps keep freshman focused.
The difference between ruling your middle school in eighth grade and navigating the waters of high school as a freshman can be huge. But at Case High School, the Case Link Crew Program hopes to make the transition a little easier. The key is pairing junior and senior mentors - Link Leaders - with freshmen to show the new students the ropes. These mentors have been selected because of their good school citizenship and ability to serve as a role model.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
If your child goes to Case High School and they want to play sports this fall, here's all you need to know.
If your Case High School student is interested in playing sports this fall, you'll need to get them registered. Sign-up dates vary, so you'll need to check the calendar.
Thursday, July 5, 2012
Students in grades 1 - 8 (boys and girls!) can learn how to play football, dance and cheer alongside the Case High School Eagles teams. Camp runs from 5 - 8 pm on July 24, 25, 2012.