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Progress makes perfect: Burlington soccer seeks 5th straight conference crown

Progress makes perfect: Burlington soccer seeks 5th straight conference crown

Program continues to climb, team must score without Mundt   By Mike Ramczyk sports@southernlakesnewspapers.com Burlington girls soccer coach Joel Molitor would be a fool if he ignored the elephant in the room regarding the 2017 season. Who will score now that the school’s all-time leading scorer Merin Mundt is playing […]

 
 

CHARLES A. VOGT

CHARLES A. VOGT

      Charles Albert Vogt, 81, long time resident of Elkhorn, died April 14, 2017, at Just Like Home Assisted Living of Elkhorn. He was born on May 14, 1935, in Lyons, to the late George and Mathilde (Held) Vogt. He lived for 70 years on the family farm outside Elkhorn, […]

 
 

THEODORE K. ZASPEL

THEODORE K. ZASPEL

      Theodore K. “Ted” Zaspel, 83, Burlington, died April 14, 2017, at Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington. He was born in Burlington March 19, 1934, to the late Theodore O. and Caroline (Bucholtz) Zaspel. Ted graduated from Burlington High School and Racine Vocational School-carpentry. He served in the U.S. Marine […]

 
 

GERALDINE A. SMITH

GERALDINE A. SMITH

      Geraldine Aleta Smith, 83, Wisconsin Rapids, died Feb. 10, 2017, at River City Estates in Wisconsin Rapids. She was born Oct. 15, 1933, in Mansfield, Ohio, to the late Eugene and Aleta (Blue) Wright. She married George O. Smith Sr., on July 16, 1952, in Dover. He died Oct. […]

 
 

Catholic Central golf boasts solid crop of youth

  By Andrew Horschak Sports Correspondent Bettering last year’s sixth-place finish in the Metro Classic Conference and continuing its sectional streak. Those are the goals for the unseasoned Catholic Central golf team this spring. Noting that the “outlook is bright” with four freshmen and five sophomores on his 13-player roster, […]

 
 

Burlington softball features experience, new faces on mound

Burlington softball features experience, new faces on mound

  By Andrew Horschak Sports Correspondent And Mike Ramczyk Sports Editor The weather Gods showed mercy on the Burlington softball team – at least for one day. After a couple rainouts to begin the week, the Lady Demons finally saw their first action of the season Tuesday afternoon at home. […]

 
 

Grove gears up for diamond renaissance

Team playing well in early season   By Tim Wester Sports Correspondent The freebies are over. That’s the message Union Grove baseball coach Michael Arendt wants to send his opponents this season after a sloppy 2016 campaign that saw the Broncos give opponents too many unearned runs. After four games […]

 
 

LARRY A. SCHMIDT

LARRY A. SCHMIDT

      Larry Allan “Mick” Schmidt, 67, died April 12, 2017, with his family by his side at his residence in Springbrook. He was born July 31, 1949, in Woodstock, Ill., to the late Edward and Arlene (Vorpagel) Schmidt.                He married Kristin Sue Kiesler on July 14, 1973, in Paris […]

 
 

Oak Park Place opens assisted living facility

Oak Park Place opens assisted living facility

  Facility offers options for supportive services up to memory care By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Within the first week of opening its doors, Oak Park Place of Burlington has already welcomed five new residents into the memory care and assisted living facility, officials report. Oak Park Place, which broke […]

 
 

A life in sports: Waterford’s Stobber wins Athletic Director of the Year

A life in sports: Waterford’s Stobber wins Athletic Director of the Year

  By Andrew Horschak Correspondent Calling herself “the luckiest person in athletics,” Jill Stobber has been a successful high school and college athlete, a coach, a trainer and an athletic director. Make that an award-winning athletic director. At the recent Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association spring caucus in Fort Atkinson, Stobber, […]

 
 
 
 

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