In terms of sheer numbers, no player in county history – girls or boys – can match Shoreland Lutheran High School’s Chelby Koker, whose scoring records may never be broken. The fearless 5-foot-6 guard is by far and away the girls all-time county career scoring leader with 2,449 points, and her 1,504 points over her junior and senior season alone would place her fourth in county history.
Racine resident Lauren Heathcock of Shoreland Lutheran was among 16 girls and 15 boys statewide honored for their academic excellence in the 2019-2020 season.
Shoreland Lutheran High School has been recognized as a “Distinguished School” by Project Lead The Way (PLTW) for providing broad student access to STEM programs in biomedical science, engineering and computer science. Shoreland is one of 143 high schools across the country to receive this acknowledgement from PLTW, a nonprofit organization that serves over 12,200 U.S. schools.
Shoreland Lutheran graduate Ellie Harmeyer is a model student-athlete for the NCAA. On Monday, she was honored with an award that conveys just that. Harmeyer, who recently completed her redshirt senior season for the NCAA Division I Belmont women’s basketball team, was named the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year by the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (DI-AAA ADA).
Lauren Heathcock, who reached 1,000 career points during her senior year, is one of the members of this year’s Kenosha News All-County Girls Basketball first team.
Students and teachers from Shoreland Lutheran High School ventured into distance learning on March 30, after the school’s spring break. Daily instruction, skill-building exercises, small-group devotions, music lessons and club meetings all migrated online and may continue that way through the end of the school year, according to Mike Koestler, Shoreland’s principal.
Shoreland Lutheran’s Quentin Bolton puts up a shot against Racine St. Catherine’s this season. Bolton led the Metro Classic Conference rebounds per game and the Pacers with 16.2 points per game.
John Schmidt, a senior at Shoreland Lutheran High School from Burlington, is among 15,000 finalists for the 2020 National Merit Scholarship, according to the National Merit Scholarship Corp.
Hundreds gathered to celebrate special stars in the community at “Night to Shine,” a prom experience for people with special needs ages 14 and older.
Teams from two local schools won awards at the second annual Wisconn Valley VEX Robotics Tournament over the weekend at Shoreland Lutheran High School. Shoreland’s robotics team Absolute Zero clinched the Design Award in the high school division and will advance to the Wisconsin State VEX Robotics Championship Feb. 22 in Appleton.