Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Panthers score 100 points in rout

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Wilmot Union High School’s boys basketball squad hit the century mark in a drubbing of Southern Lakes Conference rival Lake Geneva Badger Dec. 10. It is the first time in more than 10 years the Panthers accomplished that feat. The Panthers, who had five shooters […]


Panthers’ pressure downs Elkhorn

Wilmot girls now 5-0 and rolling By Jason Arndt Staff Writer With a high pressure defense and deep bench, Wilmot Union High School extended its girls basketball winning streak to five games, defeating visiting Southern Lakes Conference opponent Elkhorn Friday. The Panthers 69-30 route of Elkhorn gives them a 5-0 […]


Morgan headlines Wilmot wrestling squad

State qualifier seeking fourth bid By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Entering the Wilmot Union High School wrestling season, Jake Morgan has qualified for the WIAA Division 1 state tournament three years in a row. Panthers’ coach John Watson hopes to send him to a fourth, and if his last two […]


Local influence strong for Kenosha hockey team

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Five Kenosha County schools – one goal – to win a Classic-8 Conference boys hockey title. The Kenosha Thunder, a team consisting of four Westosha Central and three Wilmot Union High School athletes, has already taken the WIAA and conference by storm with a 6-1 […]


Three seats up for election in Twin Lakes

Now is the time for candidates to file for spring election By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Two of three incumbent trustees on the Twin Lakes Village Board have filed necessary paperwork for re-election on April 12. Trustee Jeremy Knoll, who has served the board for 10 years, is still deliberating […]


Sounds of the season

150 Wilmot students performed Monday By Jason Arndt Staff Writer With nearly 150 student performers, holiday tunes and classic songs filled the Wilmot Union High School auditorium Monday. The band concert featured ensembles that included wind, jazz, percussion, trombone and symphonic instruments was the 15th performance for Band Director John […]


Lady Panthers maintain intensity

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Wilmot Panthers continue their scorching stretch, producing their third straight girls basketball win of the season following a 59-52 decision against visiting Shoreland Lutheran last Thursday. Wilmot Union High School, led senior Sam Kirk’s 23 points, trailed 31-25 entering halftime, but took advantage of […]


Hopes rest on the shoulders of key shooters

Hopes rest on the shoulders of key shooters

By Jason Arndt Staff Writer For the Wilmot Union High School boys basketball squad, it will be a collective effort to prevail in a highly competitive Southern Lakes Conference. The collective effort paid off for the Panthers in its season opener, winning 87-83 last week against visiting Elkhorn. Sophomore Latrell […]


District eyes plan consultant

Trevor-Wilmot delves deeper into consolidation By Jason Arndt Staff Writer The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School Board on Dec. 1 continued to mull options related to the hiring of a consultant to conduct its strategic planning initiative. For about a year, the district opted for a strategic plan, promoting its consolidation efforts. […]


Students mentoring students

Students mentoring students

School-to-work partnership continues to thrive at Lakewood School By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A partnership between Lakewood School and Wilmot Union High School has grown since the launch of Lakewood’s Child and Family Enrichment program last year. The program, known as CAFE, is a free after-school program made possible through […]


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