Skyhawk, Rocket grapplers place second, third at Regionals

By Todd Rohde~CORRESPONDENT It’s that point in the season when it’s time to perform at the top of your abilities or go home, as there are no second chances. That’s because the area wrestling teams have entered the postseason tournament, where you either qualify to keep your season’s alive by […]


Wilmot’s Zembal wins title at SLC meet

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent Wilmot’s Kody Zembal entered Saturday’s Southern Lakes Conference Meet at Burlington with just one blemish on his season record. And he was plenty determined to keep it that way by the time the meet came to an end. Zembal made quick work of his two opponents […]


Wilmot boys survive St. Thomas more, fall to Wolverines

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent Recent games have provided more than a few struggles for the Wilmot boys basketball team. But in all but one case – a hard-fought Southern Lakes Conference loss last Thursday night at Waterford – the Panthers have found a way to survive. And that certainly was […]


Falcon girls make strides forward, but fall to Broncos, Badgers

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent There are times when first-year Westosha Central girls basketball coach Ruth Buehler sees flashes that her team is heading in the right direction. Unfortunately, those instances aren’t happening quite enough for the Falcons to turn the corner just yet. Central showed brief glimpses of positive play […]


What snow? Boating Safety Course to be offered

Boating season is coming soon. Are you ready for fun on the water? Have you had your boating safety course yet? Did you know that those born after Dec. 1989 need this course to operate on Wisconsin waterways? To ensure you have a safe as well as fun time on […]


Wilmot survives challenges from Badger, Elkhorn

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent The final scores from two Southern Lakes Conference games last week show a pair of wins for the first place Wilmot boys basketball squad. But neither was easy by any stretch of the imagination. Visiting Badger battled the Panthers all the way to the end Friday […]


Gymnasts take seventh at Spartan Invite

By Jennifer Eisenbart~Sports Editor In spite of competing without one of its top gymnastics, the Westosha/Union Grove gymnastics team still had plenty of positives Saturday at the Spartan Invite. Competing in the green division – the top-seeded division – the team posted a team score of 132.075, which was seventh […]


B-C proves to be too much for the Lady Rockets

  By Todd Rohde~CORRESPONDENT The Richmond-Burton girls’ basketball team has been playing pretty solid ball of late, but they finally ran into their match Jan. 26. That when they were squared up against a fierce and competitive Burlington Central team who gave them some troubles on both sides of the […]


Antioch girls prevail, boys fall on the court

By Todd Rohde~CORRESPONDENT The Antioch boys and girls basketball teams both took to the court this past weekend, but unfortunately had different outcomes including one for the better and the other not so much. The experienced and confident girls program prevailed for a victory, while the youthful and still learning […]


Registration Underway for Jan. 27 Indoor Triathlon

    Registration is now underway for an Indoor Triathlon being held at RecPlex on Sunday, Jan. 27. The race consists of a 10-minute swim, 20-minute spin bike ride, and a 15-minute treadmill run. Awards are presented to the overall male and female and age group winners. The race is […]