Archive for: January, 2016

An ice party gone wild

An ice party gone wild

A group of men take each other on in a spirited game of hockey at last Saturday’s annual Ice Party Gone Wild fundraiser for the Fontana Fire and Rescue Department. For $20, attendees had access to an unending supply of brats and beer, a live auction, raffles and plenty of […]

 
 

Nixon scores 101 points in three games

Nixon scores 101 points in three games

By Dan Truttschel Correspondent East Troy High School’s Jake Nixon has been on a bit of a scoring binge as of late. That’s an understatement. Nixon poured in 101 points combined in three games for the Trojans, including a 46-point explosion Saturday to help East Troy past Division 1 foe […]

 
 

Girls bounce back after loss to Whitewater

Trojans take down Parkview, 43-33 By Dan Truttschel Correspondent Even with a difficult challenge against the defending Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 3 state champions the week before, East Troy girls basketball coach Jeff Brown felt his team didn’t play up to its potential. But the Trojans didn’t dwell on […]

 
 

Wrestlers finish seventh at Kramer Open

By Dan Truttschel Correspondent East Troy had a pair of second-place finishes Saturday at the 16-team Terry Kramer Open at Fort Atkinson. Jeremy Dedick (160) and Kyle Storandt (220) both advanced to the finals to lead the Trojans. Dedick defeated Turner’s T.J. Kuhnle by major decision 17-6 in the second […]

 
 

Referendum financing set

High School principal announces retirement By Tracy Ouellette Editor The East Troy Community School District Board of Education approved the final financing phase for the facility needs referendum building and renovation projects at Monday night’s meeting and was told by the Moody’s managing director Brian Brewer the additional cost to […]

 
 

Boys beat Burlington 68-60

Boys beat Burlington 68-60

By Kevin Cunningham Correspondent It was a tale of two halves scoring-wise for the Delavan-Darien High School boys basketball team Friday when the team hosted Burlington, in its lone game of the week. The Comets entered the contest with a 7-5 overall record against the Demons (5-7). In the first […]

 
 

Girls beat Palmyra, lose to Burlington

By Kevin Cunningham Correspondent Last week, the Delavan-Darien girls basketball team had a couple games that could display where they were at, now over the mid-way point of the season. On Jan. 18, the 6-6 Comets faced Palmyra-Eagle, which entered at 2-12. The Comets were at home, and it didn’t […]

 
 

Badgers get payback with two-point win over Wilmot

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Lake Geneva Badgers got some payback Friday with a home 70-68 win over Wilmot. The Badgers had given up 101 points to the Panthers in a loss Dec. 10, but the Badgers were missing leading scorer Jake Berhorst and Austin Jackson in that game. […]

 
 

Whippet swimmers record personal best times

Whippet swimmers record personal best times

Gymnasts, wrestlers have strong showings in recent contests By Kevin Cunningham Sports Correspondent In the lone meet for the Whippets this past week, the team swam against Fort Atkinson at home Jan. 22. Despite some wins for the Whippets throughout the final dual meet of the season, Fort Atkinson went […]

 
 

Whippets look to win against the Panthers

Whippets look to win against the Panthers

Defending state champion girls team extends win streak By Kevin Cunningham Sports Correspondent The Whitewater boys basketball team saw a couple games of action this past week, playing two games on the road, against East Troy and Delavan-Darien. The two games didn’t play out the way the Whippets wanted them […]