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Rockets hold on to better Antioch

By Todd Rohde~CORRESPONDENT The Richmond-Burton boys’ soccer team knew coming into their contest Sept. 14th with Antioch that they would have their hands full against a competitive Sequoit team. They were also aware of the fact that they would have to play up to their potentials and limit their mistakes […]

 
 

Second quarter splurge by Grayslake hurts Johnsburg

By Todd Rohde~CORRESPONDENT The Johnsburg football team put forth another worthy effort this week, but unfortunately came up on the short end of attaining their first victory of the season. That’s because the host Knights proved to be a little too explosive on both sides of the ball, which wound […]

 
 

Fall wrestling camp set for October

Antioch Community High School is hosting a Fall Wrestling Camp on Monday through Thursday, Oct. 22- 25 and Oct. 29- Nov. 1. No session is slated for Oct. 31, due to Halloween. The camps will be held 6 to 7:30 p.m. for students in third through eighth-grade. Cost is $20 […]

 
 

Wilmot continues run at Delavan-Darien tourney

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent Based on history, the Wilmot girls volleyball team almost didn’t even need to compete at Saturday’s Delavan-Darien Tournament to ensure a first-place finish. Each of the past two years, the Panthers have come home with the title – and that trend continued again this year […]

 
 

Panthers survive slow start against Broncos

By Dan Truttschel~ Sports Correspondent It would make sense if the Wilmot football team was at least peeking a little bit at this week’s opponent while it prepared for Union Grove Friday night. But for the next team on the schedule – Badger – to have any significance, the Panthers had […]

 
 

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. […]

 
 
 
 
 

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