Panthers pick up pair of SLC victories

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent If the Wilmot baseball team suffered any lingering effects from a loss to rival Westosha Central last week, it certainly wasn’t obvious. Wilmot bounced back in fine fashion with a pair of Southern Lakes Conference victories over Waterford. The Panthers defeated the Wolverines 7-1 May 6, […]


Spring Grove/Richmond Mighty Mites T-ball registration

This one-day-a-week, five-week program is a beginning level for players. Kids hit off the tee, run the bases and play different positions, not including catcher. No scores are kept as the goal is to just have fun while learning the fundamentals of the game. Team T-shirt and hat included in […]


Richmond splits with B-C in the battle for first

By Todd Rohde~SPORTS CORRESPONDENT It’s not very often that a team plays the same opponent twice in less than a one-week span, but that’s exactly what happened for the Richmond-Burton baseball team. Not only did the Rockets square off against Burlington-Central in two separate bouts, but they proved to be […]


Panther girls scratch out win against Delavan

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent In year’s past, a Southern Lakes Conference softball game with Delavan-Darien usually meant a pretty easy afternoon at the office. It appears those days have ended. Wilmot found itself in a battle all afternoon when it hosted the Comets and their freshman pitcher Jennah Speth May […]


Softball team goes undefeated at Poynette

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent The Westosha Central softball team has been scoring runs in bunches so far in 2012. And that certainly didn’t change last weekend. Central put up 31 more runs in three victories at the two-day Poynette Invitational. The Falcons defeated Oconomowoc 10-0, Poynette 13-9 and Rice Lake […]


Extra innings results in wide margin for Central

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent Nothing seems to be routine when Wilmot and Westosha Central get together in an athletic competition. And that certainly was the case when the two baseball teams met last week at Wilmot. The Panthers rallied with three runs in their final at bat to force extra […]


Stevenson plays in All-Star contest

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent There were many goals for the inaugural “Mark Your Moment” all-star basketball game last week at Indian Trails Academy. Event organizers hoped to showcase high school players for college coaches, wanted to raise some money for a good cause and put on a high-quality competition. By […]


Phone ban in effect for high school duffers on the course

By Troy A. Bruzewski~Sports correspondent Phil Mickelson may not have realized the irony. The PGA professional became so frustrated with spectators using cell phones and cameras at the Masters Tournament last year, while he’s teeing off. Mickelson couldn’t wait until he left the golf course to complain; he submitted his […]


Rocket baseball, softball teams begin action

  “Our pitching held up very nicely this week considering the short span of time that we have been able to practice outside under normal condi-tions.”  Rocket head coach Mike Giese   By Todd Rohde~SPORTS CORRESPONDENT After having their first several games postponed due to the weather and poor field […]


Sequoits swing to a 2-2 start on the diamond

  By Todd Rohde~SPORTS CORRESPONDENT After waiting several weeks until the weather and the field conditions would cooperate, the Antioch baseball team finally got the new season underway this past week. The Sequoits did so by going 2-2 during the busy week of action that featured playing four games in […]


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