Friday, February 22, 2013
So there's this song that the kids have been listening to called the Harlem Shake. It's a catchy little tune and the big thing is performing the dance and putting it up on YouTube. Check out these videos.
College kids, high school kids and even babies are getting the "Harlem Shake" fever. Harlem Shake is the latest Internet meme, "with people everywhere grabbing a bunch of friends, schoolmates, colleagues, or whomever, really, and having a 30-second dance extravaganza," as Slate put it. The Atlantic Wire also has a good run-down of the Harlem Shake. And if you have one, add yours, the more the merrier.
Saturday, February 25, 2012
Milwaukee-area Patches have dozens of wrestlers at the tournament. We want to see your photos of your favorites.
A whopping 42 athletes from 14 Milwaukee-area Patch schools will compete at the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament, and we want to see your photos of each and every one of them! Starting today, users can upload photos of their favorite state qualifiers to our Patch gallery. Whether they're action shots or behind-the-scenes photos, share them here. Be sure to check back Sunday because Patch will have a photographer at the tournament and she'll be contributing her shots to this gallery as well. And don't forget to wish your favorite wrestler luck in the comments below. For Division 1, 2 and 3 tournament previews, including schedules, ticket information and the tournament "by the numbers," click here. Brackets and results, once they …
Monday, February 7, 2011
Rebels took sixth overall while the Eagles finished eighth.
The Southeast Conference has several dominant teams when it comes to wrestling. For anyone outside of Franklin, Muskego or Kenosha Tremper it can be very difficult to go up against kids from those schools. That was the case for Racine Case and Racine Horlick Saturday at the SEC conference tournament as the Rebels took sixth overall while the Eagles finished eighth after a frustrating day on the mats. “Today we didn’t do very well,” said David Edwards, head coach for Case High School. “We had seniors wrestle like freshmen, make a lot of mistakes and the freshmen wrestle like freshmen too. The young guys are wrestling good, they’re coming along nice, but the seniors have to step up when it’s time to step up.” The Eagles had quite a …