Archive for: November, 2018

Girls take down Big Foot

Girls take down Big Foot

Last-minute 3 pointer by Lomen wins game By Dan Truttschel Correspondent It’s still very early, but the East Troy High School girls basketball team continues to take positive steps forward. And that certainly was the case last week. Freshman Grace Lomen knocked down the game-winning 3-pointer with 20 seconds left, […]

 
 

Boys battle to the end

Trojans fall to Martin Luther, 73-68 By Dan Truttschel Correspondent Last week’s non-conference tilt between the East Troy and Greendale Martin Luther boys basketball teams wasn’t your garden variety season opener. This was a sectional final type of a matchup in Game 1. And it certainly lived up to the […]

 
 

Santa and Mrs. Klaus return to East Troy

Santa and Mrs. Klaus return to East Troy

Santa Parade Train rides the rails Saturday By Tracy Ouellette SLN Staff The East Troy Railroad’s Santa Parade Train makes its annual journey from Mukwonago into downtown East Troy on Saturday for an evening on holiday festivities on the Village Square. “We are so excited to kick off the holiday […]

 
 

Warhawks pull away in second half

Warhawks pull away in second half

UW-W advances to third round, hosts Minnesota foe on Saturday The No. 5 University of Wisconsin-Whitewater football team posted more than 500 yards of total offense for the fourth time in its last five games and forced three turnovers during a 54-21 triumph over St. Norbert in the second round […]

 
 

Chiefs wrestlers are hard-working kids, coach says

By Dan Truttschel Correspondent A significant obstacle to success in recent seasons for the Big Foot-Williams Bay wrestling team has come down to numbers. And the Chiefs didn’t have enough of them. But that looks like it’s about to change in 2018-19, as first-year head coach Tyler Heck has 20 […]

 
 

Badger girls suffer first loss

By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent The Badger High School girls basketball team suffered its first loss of the season in a non-conference match-up with Kenosha Tremper in Kenosha on Nov. 20. The game was much closer than the final score indicated. Tremper won the game 67-52, but the Badgers were […]

 
 

After banner year, Elks raise expectations

After banner year, Elks raise expectations

By Chris Bennett Sports Correspondent Expectations are high for Elkhorn this season, a point on which coach Josh Skatrud is abundantly clear. Elkhorn is in its fifth season under Skatrud, and enjoyed one of the program’s better seasons in recent memory last year. The Elks advanced to the WIAA Division […]

 
 

Lady Comets expect to at least double last year’s win total

By Kevin Cunningham Correspondent In 2017, the Delavan-Darien High School girls basketball team finished with a 2-19 overall record. The Comets lost in their first game of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament, and it was head coach Marty Speth’s first season. Now, in 2018, Speth expects his team to […]

 
 

UW-W students continue efforts to help local brain injury survivor

UW-W students continue efforts to help local brain injury survivor

University of Wisconsin-Whitewater alum and longtime local resident Thomas Hapka has been receiving a lot of help from the newest generation of students from his alma mater. Hapka suffered a life-threatening brain injury when an artery in his neck was torn. Nearly three days passed and Hapka almost died before […]

 
 

Community Guide photo contest deadline extended

East Troy area residents are invited to enter the annual Community Guide Cover Photo Contest. The entry deadline for the contest has been extended to Dec. 3. The overall best of the photos will appear on the cover of the East Troy Times 2019 Community Guide and the top picks […]