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Girls Basketball Camps

Posted in: Athletics by T. Wetzel

Wilmot’s girl’s basketball program is hosting a summer camp for 3rd-6th grade and 7th-9th grade student athletes. The camps will run simultaneously June 23-26 with the 3rd-6th graders at 1pm-2:30pm and 7th-9th graders at 3pm-5pm. Both camps cost $60.

Registration and more information is included in the camp brochure. Registration is also available on the Wilmot Girls Basketball Club Facebook page.

Alum to be honored at basketball halftime

Posted in: Alumni by T. Wetzel

The Wilmot varsity boys basketball team will honor former standout Greg Bush during a halftime ceremony Friday, Feb. 14.

Bush’s school-record 41 points in a single game was broken by current Wilmot senior Brandon Schattner in a game against Burlington Friday, Jan. 17. Schattner scored 45 points, including five 3-pointers and eight of nine free throws, in a 75-71 loss to the Demons.

The previous record was set by Bush on Feb. 3, 1961, against Elkhorn. Bush later went on to attend DePaul University on a basketball scholarship, where he played for legendary coach Ray Meyer. Bush, a four-sport standout at Wilmot, was the Southern Lakes Conference MVP in both football and basketball as a senior.

Bush is the long-time owner of Champs Sports Bar and Grill, Lake Geneva.

Wilmot Athletic Director will introduce Bush to the crowd and make a presentation on behalf of the school Feb. 14, followed by a few comments from Bush. The boys game that night will immediately follow the varsity girls game against Burlington, which begins at 6 p.m.

Summer Basketball Camp for 4-9 Grade

Posted in: Events by T. Wetzel

The Wilmot High school boys basketball program is hosting a youth camp for 4-9 graders Monday through Thursday, June 17 – 20. Campers in fourth through sixth-grade will meet from 1 to 3 p.m., followed by seventh- to ninth-graders from 3 to 5 p.m. The cost is $50, and families who have more than one camper will receive a $10 discount for each additional participant. Each camper also will receive a t-shirt.

The camp, which will be run by the high school coaching staff, will focus on the fundamentals of the game through a number of drills. Campers also will have a chance to participate in daily competitions.

All camp sessions will be held at the high school, 11112 308th Ave., Wilmot. For more information, contact Wilmot varsity head coach Jake Erbentraut at 414-379-3667 or via e-mail at erbentrautj@wilmoths.k12.wi.us.

Vozel to play WBCA All-Star game

Posted in: Athletics by T. Wetzel

Sarah Vozel will play in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association 2013 All-Star game. The 36th annual event will be held June 14 at JustAgame field house in Wisconsin Dells. You can donate to the all-star game on Sarah’s page.

Girls Basketball headed to Sectionals

Posted in: Athletics by T. Wetzel

For the first time in many years the Wilmot Girls Basketball team is heading to sectionals after defeating Stoughton on Saturday night 64-60. The girls will be heading to Burlington on Thursday night to take on Milton at 7 pm. Tickets will be on sale Monday-Thursday in the main office from 7:30-3:30 and in the lunchroom.

Boys & Girls Basketball Teams Ranked

Posted in: Athletics by T. Wetzel

The Wilmot Boys and Girls Basketball Teams are starting to get some well-deserved recognition by the state coaches. In the latest wissports.net/WBCA poll the 10-0 girls team is currently ranked 5 th in Division 2 after beating two very good Division 1 teams in a tournament last week in LaCrosse. The team is currently being led in scoring by junior Kari Clements and seniors Sarah Vozel and Kaitlyn Eidson.

The boys team jumped into the boys Division 2 rankings this week after defeating both Kenosha Bradford and Kenosha Tremper in a pair of tournament games at Carthage College last week. The team also proved to be the supreme team in Kenosha County by beating Westosha Central and Indian Trail earlier this year. The boys are currently led in scoring by senior Michael Stephenson and junior Nate Hensel.

[Post by Mr. Christiansen, Associate Principal/Athletic Director]