Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

Girls basketball: Waterford girls tip Wilmot in conference clash

By Jason Arndt Editor The Waterford girls basketball team had a pressing need for a win and two seniors rose to the occasion in a Jan. 10 matchup with visiting Wilmot. The Wolverines, who lost four of five games entering the Southern Lakes Conference tilt, spent time preparing for the […]

 
 

Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

Proposed pit moves to next step in Spring Prairie

By Jason Arndt Editor After more than two hours of debate, including voices of opposition, the Town of Spring Planning and Zoning Commission narrowly recommended approval of a proposed gravel pit Thursday. The recommendations include rezoning three parcels from A-1 Agriculture to M-3 Mineral Extraction District as well as conditional […]

 
 

Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

Boys basketball: Streaking Waterford downs Wilmot

By Jason Arndt Editor Waterford coach Paul Charapata wanted his boys basketball team to play disciplined and with a purpose in a Jan. 10 Southern Lakes Conference meeting against Wilmot. Considering the Wolverines opened with a 10-0 advantage, which propelled them to 35-27 halftime edge, Waterford’s plan worked to near […]

 
 

Girls basketball: Sharp shooter

Girls basketball: Sharp shooter

Walby breaks 3-pointers school record for Demons By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It hasn’t been the most successful season in terms of wins and losses for the Burlington varsity girls basketball team. The Demons had recently suffered a losing streak spanning nearly two years, and any small victories, even solid practices, […]

 
 

Authorities advise caution as winter storm moves in

Local officials are warning drivers to stay off the roads if possible while plowing operations are being conducted today.

National Weather Service projects up to 9 inches of snow The Racine County Sheriff’s Office is urging motorists to exercise caution while driving with the National Weather Service projecting up to 9 inches of snow starting Friday night through Saturday. According to the Weather Service, which issued a winter storm […]

 
 

Wrestling: Peterson’s patience paying dividends for Broncos

Wrestling: Peterson’s patience paying dividends for Broncos

By Tim Wester Correspondent Luke Peterson’s patience has certainly been tested the past two seasons. Two years ago, as a sophomore, Peterson patiently waited for his chance while freshman standout Cade Willis dominated at 106. Then Cooper Willis entered the program and dominated in the same fashion last year. Now […]

 
 

Wrestling: Waterford duo wins weight classes at West Allis invite

Wrestling: Waterford duo wins weight classes at West Allis invite

By Chris Bennett Correspondent Hayden Halter and Lucas Johnson each won their weight class and led the Waterford Union High School wrestling team to a third-place finish Dec. 21 in the two-day-long Ed Stech Invitational at West Allis Central High School. Waterford, meanwhile, defeated Delavan-Darien 53-16 Dec. 19 in a […]

 
 

Wrestling: Burlington grapplers capture Marty Loy title

Wrestling: Burlington grapplers capture Marty Loy title

By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It was another banner week for the Burlington wrestling squad. The Demons took the two-hour trip to Fond du Lac Dec. 21 and came home with their second tournament title of the season. Once again, the Demons showed off their superior depth in winning the 24-team […]

 
 

Boys basketball: Late rally not enough for Waterford

Boys basketball: Late rally not enough for Waterford

By Chris Bennett Correspondent The Wolverines could not overcome a nine-point halftime deficit and lost 51-48 Dec. 19 in a Southern Lakes Conference boys basketball game against visiting Westosha Central. Waterford, which trailed the Falcons 29-20 at halftime, rallied in the second half and outscored Westosha Central 28-22. While Waterford […]

 
 

Boys basketball: Honoring a legend

Boys basketball: Honoring a legend

Hill honored by former teammates before game, Demons deliver a win By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It’s never a bad idea to honor a legend. Longtime Burlington boys basketball coach Jerry Hill got his night last Friday, thanks to current coach Steve Berezowitz and a host of former players. Hill, who […]

 
 
 
 
 

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