• Burlington Barons power way to 6-0 start
  • The captain and his angel
  • Tax aversion may limit referendum options
  • Softball captains Westphal, Klein lead by example
  • Top seed Waunakee outlasts Burlington in sectional thriller
  • Burlington Barons power way to 6-0 start

    Burlington Barons power way to 6-0 start

    Home runs, pitching fuel domination   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The incorporation of the long ball along with solid pitching and defense have helped the Burlington Rotary Barons, a local amateur hardball baseball team consisting of area talent, to jump out to a 6-0 record and first place in the […]

  • The captain and his angel

    The captain and his angel

    Fast friends hope to make the most of their first triathlon By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Jacob Smith and Daniel Bocock come from very different stations in life, but they share a powerful connection forged by competitive personalities and a desire to go fast. Jacob, 17, and a rising […]

  • Tax aversion may limit referendum options

    Tax aversion may limit referendum options

    Resident survey doesn’t support funds needed to replace middle school By Alex Johnson Correspondent A recently completed survey of Burlington Area School District residents indicates they would not likely support a referendum at a monetary level that would include the replacement of Karcher Middle School. Bill Foster, a consultant from […]

  • Softball captains Westphal, Klein lead by example

    Softball captains Westphal, Klein lead by example

    Longtime teammates, friends will continue softball journeys   By Andrew Horschak sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Teammates going back to their days playing for the 10U Wisconsin Lightning, Josie Klein and Jaina Westphal made their final season together one to remember as captains of the WIAA Division 1 state runner-up Burlington softball team. While […]

  • Top seed Waunakee outlasts Burlington in sectional thriller

    Top seed Waunakee outlasts Burlington in sectional thriller

      By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The Burlington soccer girls weren’t happy with their No. 5 seed in this year’s playoffs. And they certainly played with a chip on their shoulder June 7 in a WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal at top-seeded Waunakee. Buoyed by the return of freshman midfielder Sam […]

 

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Burlington Barons power way to 6-0 start

Burlington Barons power way to 6-0 start

Home runs, pitching fuel domination   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The incorporation of the long ball along with solid pitching and defense have helped the Burlington Rotary Barons, a local amateur hardball baseball team consisting of area talent, to jump out to a 6-0 record and first place in the […]

 
 

The captain and his angel

The captain and his angel

Fast friends hope to make the most of their first triathlon By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Jacob Smith and Daniel Bocock come from very different stations in life, but they share a powerful connection forged by competitive personalities and a desire to go fast. Jacob, 17, and a rising […]

 
 

Tax aversion may limit referendum options

Tax aversion may limit referendum options

Resident survey doesn’t support funds needed to replace middle school By Alex Johnson Correspondent A recently completed survey of Burlington Area School District residents indicates they would not likely support a referendum at a monetary level that would include the replacement of Karcher Middle School. Bill Foster, a consultant from […]

 
 

Stacked sectional catches up to Union Grove soccer

Stacked sectional catches up to Union Grove soccer

Historic run can’t be denied, Jung already hopeful for bigger things next year   By Tim Wester sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Perhaps the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association could have done a bit more analysis before creating the WIAA Division 2 girls soccer sectional brackets. For instance, one division 2 sectional featured four state-ranked […]

 
 

Softball captains Westphal, Klein lead by example

Softball captains Westphal, Klein lead by example

Longtime teammates, friends will continue softball journeys   By Andrew Horschak sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Teammates going back to their days playing for the 10U Wisconsin Lightning, Josie Klein and Jaina Westphal made their final season together one to remember as captains of the WIAA Division 1 state runner-up Burlington softball team. While […]

 
 

Top seed Waunakee outlasts Burlington in sectional thriller

Top seed Waunakee outlasts Burlington in sectional thriller

  By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com The Burlington soccer girls weren’t happy with their No. 5 seed in this year’s playoffs. And they certainly played with a chip on their shoulder June 7 in a WIAA Division 2 sectional semifinal at top-seeded Waunakee. Buoyed by the return of freshman midfielder Sam […]

 
 

In this week’s Standard Press…

In this week’s Standard Press…

The results of a survey of Burlington Area School District residents regarding the future of district buildings are in and they doesn’t bode well for efforts to replace aging Karcher Middle School. While survey respondents generally agreed with the district’s priorities – school security, building maintenance and a solution for […]

 
 

Lady Wolverines go down with a fight

Lady Wolverines go down with a fight

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Cliché as it sounds, the Waterford Union High School girls soccer team saved its best for last. The Wolverines season ended with a 1-0 defeat against New Berlin Eisenhower June 2 in a WIAA Division 1 regional final match at Eisenhower. Waterford ends its […]

 
 

CATHOLIC CENTRAL ROUNDUP: Aldrich follows in sister’s footsteps

CATHOLIC CENTRAL ROUNDUP: Aldrich follows in sister’s footsteps

  By Dana Ehrmann Sports Correspondent Catholic Central sophomore Nick Aldrich capped off a great track and field season with a solid performance at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet at UW-La Crosse June 2. In his preliminary 100-meter race, Nick ran 11.56 seconds, just missing the finals by […]

 
 

Waterford twins battle at state tennis

Waterford twins battle at state tennis

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Waterford Union High School’s Sam and Josh Fay took their best shot at the WIAA Division 1 Boys State Tennis Individual Championships at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison earlier this month. Unfortunately, the two came up short by a thin margin. The Fays, playing […]

 
 
 
 

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