Tom "Sky" Skibosh covers the Wauwatosa, Brookfield and New Berlin prep scene for Community Newspapers. If something is going on in local sports, Sky has an opinion about it. If you agree or not with what Sky says, we want to see your comments.
As the New Year gets underway, I wanted to share some thoughts on our top three pro teams.
First of all, I am very disappointed I missed the New Berlin Eisenhower at New Berlin West girls basketball game last night. I had a procedure at the hospital earlier and was not able to make the contest.
Going into the game, the Lions, who lost in the WIAA State Finals last season, lost their first three games of the season to teams with a combined 24-1 record. Since then, IKE has won five in a row going into last night.
Watching Tuesday night's boys basketball game was exciting because of the quality of basketball played on both sides.
It was interesting for me, because I couldn't tell you the last time I covered a Germantown game, because Steve Tietz handles that coverage - and does a great job with it - for NorthwestNOW. When people asked me who I thought would win, well it's hard to make a call when you haven't seen someone play.
NO. 100 For Tosa's Reagan
Junior Ben Reagan earned his 100th career pin against South Milwaukee on Saturday at Tosa won the Silver Division of the 50th annual Tom Janssen Invitational. Reagan joins a very elite group of wrestlers in being only the sevnth wrestler in the history of Tosa to earn 100 wins and he has a year left.