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Friday night sports update for Feb. 10, 2012

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor The Burlington High School boys basketball team wasn’t looking for revenge at home against Lake Geneva Badger Friday night. Honest. The Demons got it anyhow, holding the Badgers to single-digit scoring in each of the four quarters in avenging a loss to Badger earlier this […]

 
 

Rank, team effort pace Wolverine girls

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor When Stephanie Rank looks back some day on the game she scored her 1,000th in, it’ll likely be with the attitude that she had to work for every point. Rank, facing a triple team from the Burlington High School girls basketball team and constant attention […]

 
 

Waterford boys pick up huge win over rival UG

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor In a night filled with emotions, the Waterford Union High School boys basketball team made sure it came ready to play. With archrival Union Grove in town for Tuesday night’s “Coaches vs. Cancer” game, the Wolverines took a six-point lead after the first quarter, an […]

 
 

Wolverine gymnasts continue to improve

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT With its best team score of the season, the Waterford High School gymnastics team edged Milton Feb. 2 in a girls’ gymnastics dual. The Wolverine girls tallied 126.975 points to Milton’s 125.500. “It came down to the last event,” head coach Carrie Buelow noted. Going […]

 
 

BHS boys edge past Elkhorn

By Jennifer Eisenbart Sports editor It wasn’t saying much Tuesday night that the Burlington High School boys basketball team played almost an identical game against Elkhorn that led to a loss against Union Grove last week. Except, of course, that this time the Demons escaped with a victory. “It was […]

 
 

BHS wrestlers bring home SLC tourney title

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT For the third year in a row, the Burlington High School wrestling squad is the Southern Lakes Conference champion. There is one difference, though, this year. The past two years, the Demon boys shared the crown with another team. This year, they do not have […]

 
 

Demon girls fall to Wolverines

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The struggles of the Burlington High School girls’ basketball team continued Friday in a 64-44 loss to Waterford at home. Head coach Gordon Nikolic said his team keeps making the same mistakes. “We have to start correcting those things,” Nikolic noted if the team is […]

 
 

Demon swimmers finish sixth in conference meet

By David Paulsen SPORTS CORRESPONDENT The Burlington boys’ co-op swim team, made up of swimmers from Burlington, Waterford, and East Troy, did something at the Southern Lakes Conference Meet Saturday at Jefferson High School. It defeated another SLC squad. The Demons finished sixth out of seven teams, tallying 153 points. […]

 
 

Town sewer district plans draw public challenges

Town sewer district plans draw public challenges

Concerns rise over possible town hall sale and hiked rates By Patricia Bogumil Staff Writer Definitely, the Town of Waterford Sanitary District (WSD) wants to raise cash. Maybe, the Town of Waterford municipal building is up for sale. And, absolutely, sanitary district rates are going up. All of which has […]

 
 

City Council rejects earlier alcohol sales

Partners2 group lobbied against earlier sales time By Ed Nadolski Editor in Chief Lacking a compelling argument in favor of allowing retail stores to sell alcoholic beverages two hours earlier – and hearing a plea not to do so – the Burlington City Council voted down the measure Tuesday night. […]

 
 
 
 

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