Thursday, May 23, 2013
The Chargers did not have any individual champions against a tough field in their own sectional, but still sent athletes to the state meet next weekend in La Crosse.
Five athletes from Hamilton High School qualified for the WIAA state track and field meet during Thursday’s sectional at Hamilton. See complete sectional results Joel Fotsch was second in the 110 hurdles and Chais Blackburn was second in the 300 hurdles for the Chargers’ best finishes. State qualifiers from Hamilton were: BOYS GIRLS Other individuals may also qualify based on time and the entire field will be released before the state meet, May 31-June 1 in La Crosse.
Get out and walk or run with NFL player and Pewaukee native J.J. Watt in his 3rd annual walk/run, have a good time and help the J.J. Watt Foundation.
Lace up those tennis shoes, J.J. Watt, who plays for the Houston Texans, is hosting the 3rd annual J.J. Watt Foundation 5k Run/Walk on June 22. Participants can now register for the walk/run, which be held at the Waukesha County Technical College, 800 Main St., in Pewaukee. Organizers have capped the number of participants at 500. However, as participants meet various fundraising levels, they have the opportunity to earn prizes, including an autographed photo, football or VIP photo opportunity. A silent auction will also be held, which includes autographed memorabilia. “We are thrilled to continue this event in my hometown and hope to provide the motivation and means to children to turn those big dreams and hard work into something …
Tyler Wischnefski was recipient of the fifth annual U.S. Youth Soccer William J. "Billy" Goaziou Scholarship for his involvement with the sport at the community.
A Sussex soccer player recently received a prestigious national scholarship award. U.S. Youth Soccer player Tyler Wischnefski was recipient of the fifth annual U.S. Youth Soccer William J. "Billy" Goaziou Scholarship. Wischnefski plays a key role on his soccer team as well as in the community. The scholarships are awarded for post-secondary education, and one male and female recipient receive the honor each year. The two $1,000 scholarships are awarded based on community service, giving back to the game of soccer and to honor the memory of William J. "Billy" Goaziou for his outstanding services for soccer in the United State. Wischnefski is involved in soccer as a player, coach and referee. He plays for Milwaukee Sport Club, of Wisconsin…
Hollywood wants to capture Wisconsin's deep abiding affection for the Green Bay Packers and they are going to make a reality show about cheeseheads.
Move over Jersey Shore, the "cheeseheads" are taking over reality television via TBS's new reality show called...well, Cheeseheads, according to SBNation.com. Hollywood has just figured out what we alreday knew -- that Snookie and Pauly D have nothing on us. The producers hope to capture "the hilarious subculture," which of course includes the rituals of brew, brats, and the brouhaha around extreme fandom. The producer is Jason Carbone, who who also did The Bachelor and Run's House. A pilot likely hasn't been put together. So, if you could produce this show, where would you find shining examples of Packers Nation?
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Are you looking for a place to mountain bike in Waukesha? A new trail is opening soon at Minooka Park.
Editor’s Note: The following information was provided to Waukesha Patch via a news release from Waukesha County. Waukesha County Executive Dan Vrakas announced Monday the grand opening of the Waukesha County Park System’s first Mountain Bike Trail within Minooka Park. The first phase, approximately 1.5 miles, will open to residents on Saturday, June 1 (National Trails Day) at 9 a.m. following a ribbon cutting event open to the public. Once all three phases are complete, the network of trails will be about five miles in total length. They are located near picnic shelter 5, within Minooka Park, 1927 E. Sunset Dr. in Waukesha. “Part of the Waukesha County Park System mission is to provide our citizens with many different recreation …
Monday, May 20, 2013
The Chargers host the WIAA track and field sectional on Thursday, and will have representation in six events each for the boys and girls competitions.
Drew Patterson and Toney Lock of Hamilton High School won individual track and field championships on Monday in the tough Watertown Regional, the start of the WIAA tournament series. See complete regional results Patterson, a junior, captured the 400 meters in 49.86 seconds, just .12 off the stadium record set in 1999. Lock, also a junior, posted a time of 13.1 seconds in the 100 meters. The top four places in each event qualified for Thursday’s sectional, hosted by Hamilton. Also going through for the Chargers were: Hamilton was sixth in both the boys and girls regionals. Arrowhead easily won the girls side and Oconomowoc edged Germantown on the boys side.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
The peanuts, beer, hotdogs and summer sun - it's baseball season in Wisconsin and we want to hear all about the Milwaukee Brewers or your other favorite team!
Calling all sports fanatics, Patch wants you! Are you passionate about the Milwaukee Brewers? A local softball league? Attend every little league game? An expert on sabermetrics? Then we want hear all about it! Part of the Patch mission is to strengthen communities and improve the lives of their residents, but we can't do it without you. Our Local Voices section allows members of the community—from cooking enthusiasts to local politicians and everyone in between—to interact and post directly to the site. These posts then appear on the homepage, in the daily newsletter and are shared by editors via Facebook and Twitter. The best thing about sharing your stuff on Patch is it's your space so it's your rules. Write as frequently, or …
Thursday, May 2, 2013
A few months ago the players put meals together to help feed the homeless and now they are holding a cancer awareness night on Friday.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Jennifer Shernell will play basketball for the school.
Hamilton High School senior Jennifer Shernell recently signed a letter of intent to attend Cardinal Stritch University on a basketball scholarship. Shernell, from Sussex, earned letters in basketball and softball all four years. She has earned a 3.5 GPA and plans to major in elementary education.
Saturday, April 27, 2013
Michelle Matter added another record to the ones she has already set at Ripon College.