Coach finds positives in loss

By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent There was plenty for Wilmot girls basketball coach Keiya Square to like Jan. 30 at Waterford. His team didn’t quite do enough to get the win, but the Panthers gave the Southern Lakes Conference’s second-place squad all it could handle. Wilmot trailed by just two […]


Hard work, dedication fuel Wilmot’s Clements

Hard work, dedication fuel Wilmot’s Clements

She’s selected Westosha Report’s female athlete of the year By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent She may have been quite in terms of words and small in stature, but there’s no downplaying how important former Wilmot girls basketball standout Kari Clements was to that program. And even four months into her […]


Wilmot’s Kothe is male athlete of the year

Wilmot’s Kothe is male athlete of the year

  He emerges as a true leader in football, basketball By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent The starting quarterback in football and the point guard in basketball not only have to be strong athletically, but coaches and teammates must be able to trust them. And at Wilmot this past year, those […]


Lady Panthers hungry for more

Team has high expectations after sectional final appearance By Dan Truttschel Sports Correspondent The 2014-15 season is just two games old, and there’s still plenty of questions to answer for the Wilmot girls basketball team. That’s to be expected this early in a new year – but don’t be surprised […]


Panthers’ season ends in heartbreak

Panthers’ season ends in heartbreak

By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The Wilmot football team had revenge on its mind Oct. 24. The visiting Panthers were trying to erase the memory of a four-overtime loss to Burlington earlier this season. This time, it was win or go home in a Division 2 Level 1 playoff game. […]


Mistake-free football leads to Wilmot victory

Panthers get redemption in win over Waterfor By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Better, more disciplined play led the Wilmot High School football team to an 18-0 Southern Lakes Conference victory Sept. 11 at home against Waterford. “It was a huge relief,” Panthers coach Erick Kaiser said. “We knew we were […]


Late interception dooms Blue Devils

By Chris Bennett/Sports Correspondent If not for a few odd bounces, including in the game’s final seconds, the Southern Lakes Blue Devils might be celebrating the team’s first victory of the season instead of pondering a 0-4 record in Ironman Football League play. The Blue Devils lost 20-13 July 12 […]


From the bench Community lifts coach in time of need

By Dan Truttschel/Sports Correspondent To say I had quite the spring would be a huge understatement. But from something really bad came a lot of good, and a couple million reasons to count my blessings. My life changed drastically in the early afternoon of April 13, when I came home […]


Memorable rides comes to an end: Panthers earned first state win since 2009

By Mike Ramczyk/Sports Editor The Wilmot baseball team’s season may have ended last week at the state tournament, but head coach Josh Pye said it was a fun ride. “We went out with a bad loss, but it doesn’t take away from what we did this year,” he said. “We […]


Area teams earn top SLC honors

Southern Lakes   Girls Soccer First team – Merin Mundt, F, BUR. Ally Doerr, F, DD. Lauren Torhorst, F, WAT. Megan Skoczylas, M/F, ELK. Holly Grajera, M/F, UG. Ashlyn Barry, M/F, BUR. Tegan Rock, D, BUR. Madi Ruge, D, UG. Natalie Pufahl, D, WAT. Andi Wenck, G, WAT. Alex Swarthout, […]


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