Sports

Falcons struggle at home against Demons

By Dan Truttschel~ Sports Correspondent For at least part of Friday night’s Southern Lakes Conference contest against visiting Burlington, the Westosha Central football team was able to trade punches with the Demons. Unfortunately for the Falcons, the first time they didn’t, Burlington was right there to take advantage. The Demons held […]

 
 

Panther runners compete in Waukesha

The Wilmot Union High School cross country teams competed at the Waukesha South Cross Country Festival Saturday, with both teams finishing 12th at Minooka Park. Wilmot senior Kallen Crowe medaled for the girls, finishing 14th in a time of 16:51. She was followed by Lyndsey Clayton (58th, 18:26), Heaven Podgorski […]

 
 

2012 Wisconsin fall hunting forecast available

  The 2012 Fall Hunting and Trapping Forecast [PDF, 7.1 MB, 55 pages] is now available on the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources website. Hunters, trappers and wildlife enthusiasts will find information on upcoming season structures, deer research and wildlife populations, regional hunting outlooks, wildlife rules and regulation changes and more. The […]

 
 

Panther girls adjust to new coach, new season

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent The 2011 season was a struggle from start to finish for the Wilmot girls volleyball team, as the Panthers won just one regular-season match. Just two contests into the new year, Wilmot already has equaled that total – and the Panthers are hungry for more. […]

 
 

Mistakes hurt Wilmot in loss to Waterford

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent Through almost two quarters Friday night, it seemed like the Wilmot football team was on the right path with visiting Waterford in the Southern Lakes Conference opener for both squads. From there, however, a couple key miscues hurt the Panthers – and they never could recover. […]

 
 

Stoxen gets job done as Falcons beat Broncos

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent When the chips are down, the Westosha Central football team knows it can usually turn to senior quarterback Tyler Stoxen to make something happen. But if last week is any indication, he’s not the only one who can step it up when the time is right. […]

 
 

Wilmot struggles to stop Notre Dame in opener

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent There were plenty of unknowns for the Wilmot football team as it prepared for its 2012 opener Friday night at Notre Dame Prep (Niles, Ill.). But it didn’t take long for the Panthers to realize their new non-conference opponent had plenty of firepower. Notre Dame drove […]

 
 

Westosha boys ready to make another push to state

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent With each passing season, the Westosha Central boys volleyball team continues to raise its expectations. If that trend continues in 2012, there’s big things on the horizon. Central opens play this year on the heels of its second straight WIAA State Tournament appearance in 2011. The […]

 
 

Lady Falcons nab sixth at Thomas More Joust

By Dan Truttschel~Sports Correspondent It’s no secret that the annual Joust Tournament always provides a great test for some of the state’s best girls volleyball teams. That’s why a top finish at the event can tell a lot about a team – and if that’s the case, it looks like […]

 
 

Sequoits look to hold their own on the gridiron

By Todd Rohde~Correspondent Over the years, the Antioch football program has been known to take control and attain success out on the gridiron. And if everything falls into place and goes as planned, the Sequoits should once again be a team to keep your eye on again this year. “I […]