Author Archive: Jason Arndt

BOYS BASKETBALL: Falcons tempo too much for visiting Elks

BOYS BASKETBALL: Falcons tempo too much for visiting Elks

By Jason Arndt Editor Although visiting Elkhorn had size, Westosha Central High School’s transition game proved too much to handle on Dec. 8, when the Falcons opened their Southern Lakes Conference slate with a 59-42 decision. The Falcons, who did not play for 10 days, were up against 6-foot-10 senior […]

 
 

BOYS BASKETBALL: Panthers edge visiting Waterford

BOYS BASKETBALL: Panthers edge visiting Waterford

While senior Latrell Glass notched a double-double, another came close, as the Panthers defeated visiting Waterford 62-57 in a Dec. 8 Southern Lakes Conference match. Wilmot improved to 2-1 with the win. Glass, who went 5 for 5 from the free throw line, had 17 points and collected 10 rebounds. […]

 
 

Wheatland to pose two referendum questions

One applies to capital improvement projects By Jason Arndt Editor The Wheatland School Board authorized two referendum questions at its Nov. 29 meeting, including one to renew an operational referendum passed by district residents four years ago. On the April 3 ballot, the school is asking taxpayers for permission to […]

 
 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hickey’s layup propels Panthers to SLC win

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Hickey’s layup propels Panthers to SLC win

In just seconds, the Waterford Union High School girls basketball team went from winners to losers, courtesy of a Wilmot sophomore Julia Hickey layup to give the Panthers a 53-52 Southern Lakes Conference win Thursday. The Panthers, who remain unbeaten in the SLC at 2-0, are in three-way deadlock for […]

 
 

Trees to enliven Salem School grounds

Trees to enliven Salem School grounds

Donation part of program between ATC-Bucks By Jason Arndt Editor Courtesy of a program partnership between the American Transmission Company and Milwaukee Bucks, Salem Grade School received 20 trees on Nov. 30, when students and administrators collaborated with Paul Swartz Nursery to plant them on school property. The program, according […]

 
 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Dopuch’s career night sparks Falcons’ first win

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Dopuch’s career night sparks Falcons’ first win

Stephanie Dopuch had a career week for the Westosha Central High School girls basketball squad. Entering Tuesday’s contest at Kenosha Indian Trail, Dopuch’s career-high was 14 points at Waterford last season, but the senior guard supplanted her career best with 17 points in the Falcons’ 52-41 loss. The career-high was […]

 
 

WRESTLING ROUNDUP: Wilmot wins first two SLC matches; Central challenges New Berlin

A week after Wilmot Union High School defeated visiting Union Grove to open its Southern Lakes Conference wrestling slate, the Panthers added another on Dec. 7, when they edged Delavan-Darien 60-16. The Panthers, who recorded 10 wins, had seven wrestlers come away with pin victories. At 113 pounds, Wilmot’s Benson […]

 
 

SLN ALL-AREA FOOTBALL: Several Falcons, Panthers make the list

SLN ALL-AREA FOOTBALL: Several Falcons, Panthers make the list

Second annual list includes players from three counties By Mike Ramczyk Sports Last year, for the first time, we brought you the Southern Lakes Newspapers All-Area Football team, ripe with our best high school players from our vast coverage area in Walworth, Racine, Kenosha and Waukesha counties. This year, we’re […]

 
 

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Wilmot opens SLC slate with win

GIRLS BASKETBALL: Wilmot opens SLC slate with win

By Jason Arndt Editor Down 6-4 at the start of its Dec. 1 Southern Lakes Conference opener against visiting Delavan-Darien, Wilmot senior Morgan Zenon drew a 3-point play, courtesy of a bucket and Comets foul. From there, the Panthers produced a 14-2 run to extend their lead to 21-8, and […]

 
 

WRESTLING: Panthers look for continuous progress

WRESTLING: Panthers look for continuous progress

By Jason Arndt Editor After Wilmot Union High School’s wrestling team showed steady progress a year ago, Panthers coach John Watson can only hope for another season of improvement. Considering the Panthers lost just two seniors, including WIAA Division 1 regional title winner Jake Wagemann at 120 pounds, Watson’s hope […]

 
 
 
 
 

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