Catholic Central High School

CCHS roundup: softball misses shot at Jamboree sweep

By Christopher Bennett Correspondent The Catholic Central High School softball team did itself no favors May 2 in its final game of the 29th annual Poynette Jamboree, and missed a chance at finishing the tournament undefeated. The Poynette Jamboree is one of Wisconsin’s largest high school softball tournaments. Catholic Central […]

 
 

Catholic Central softball keeps crushing foes

  By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Right now, the Catholic Central softball team can do no wrong. With tons of hits and stellar pitching from Mackenzie Kyle, the Lady Toppers are 7-2 overall and 6-0 in the Metro Classic Conference. Can anyone stop these girls? […]

 
 

Key injury, pitching staff concerns for Catholic Central baseball

Key injury, pitching staff concerns for Catholic Central baseball

  By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor For 11 straight years, the Catholic Central baseball team enjoyed blistering postseason success to the tune of 11 straight regional titles. As it always does with sports, the other shoe has to drop eventually and things go in cycles. The Toppers experienced an eventual […]

 
 

Catholic Central’s Stemper signs to play D1 golf

Catholic Central’s Stemper signs to play D1 golf

  By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Led by Jeff Stemper, who recently committed to play at UW-Green Bay, the Catholic Central High School boys golf team finished fifth April 13 at Racine’s Meadowbrook Country Club in the season’s second Metro Classic Conference Mini Meet. Stemper carded a 47 and finished […]

 
 

Youth football: To tackle or not to tackle?

Youth football: To tackle or not to tackle?

  Two Burlington programs feature different philosophies By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor Burlington is a city of a little more than 10,000 people. While most onlookers would categorize Burlington as small, there is enough local interest in youth football to garner two separate programs, which offer fundamentally different views of […]

 
 

After years of struggle, Catholic Central begins soccer program

After years of struggle, Catholic Central begins soccer program

New soccer program must begin first year as JV squad   By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor For years, there weren’t enough interested girls at Catholic Central High School to form a girls soccer program in the spring. And when there weren’t enough girls, even if a few wanted to play, […]

 
 

Burlington finds fountain of youth in wrestling

Burlington finds fountain of youth in wrestling

  By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The wrestling world’s eyes were on Wrestlemania 31 Sunday night. But locally, it isn’t about high-flying moonsaults, Stone Cold stunners or tombstone piledrivers. It’s not the WWF you may know from childhood, but rather the WWF Kids Folkstyle State Tournament, and 13 Burlington boys […]

 
 

All-Area Player of the Year: Burlington’s Hozeska punished foes in paint

All-Area Player of the Year: Burlington’s Hozeska punished foes in paint

Van Dyke, Hunsucker join standout on first team   By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The temperature was a balmy 30 degrees Tuesday afternoon at Riverside Park in Burlington, but that didn’t matter much to Burlington High School senior Frankie Hozeska. The muscular, 6-foot-3 basketball junkie wore tight blue jeans, a […]

 
 

ALL-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Wolverines named area’s queens

ALL-AREA GIRLS BASKETBALL: Lady Wolverines named area’s queens

Blair’s versatility, leadership lands her top spot   With the girls basketball season ending last weekend in Green Bay, it’s time to reflect on a winter to remember. First off, I have to say congratulations to one of our Southern Lakes Newspapers teams, the Whitewater Whippets, on their first state […]

 
 

Third-seeded Catholic Central hoops opens playoffs Tuesday night

Third-seeded Catholic Central hoops opens playoffs Tuesday night

Players embracing roles, enjoying best basketball of season     By Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The Catholic Central boys basketball team is a prime example that it doesn’t matter how you start, but more how you finish. The Toppers took their fair share of lumps and bruises under first-year Kyle […]

 
 
 
 
 

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