Burlington High School

Staude crosses 300th win milestone

Staude crosses 300th win milestone

Baseball coach earns honor his in hometown on field where he started playing By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent After more than 20 years in the dugout, Scott Staude still loves the game of baseball like when he was a child growing up in Jefferson. The left-handed batting, right-handed throwing athlete turned […]

 
 

First-place Demons are on a roll

First-place Demons are on a roll

Two no-hitters, key victories highlight perfect week   By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent As a light rain sprinkled the Burlington High School varsity softball field Tuesday afternoon, the Demons were putting the finishing touches on another no-hit blowout. Morgan Klein and Brianna Morris combined to fire the Demons’ second no-hitter of […]

 
 

Looking to hit stride again

Looking to hit stride again

BHS track team recovering after promising 2020 season was lost By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It was one of those years where all the stars aligned before burning out in a super nova. In 2020, the Burlington High School boys and girls track teams had a record 140 athletes out for […]

 
 

A complete victory

A complete victory

BHS softball team features pitching, defense against rival Panthers By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Coach Val Auseth is simply happy to be back. After a transitional first year as Burlington varsity softball head coach in 2019, the high school sports world flipped on its head in 2020 when a government-mandated shutdown […]

 
 

Berezowitz named boys basketball Athlete of the Year

Berezowitz named boys basketball Athlete of the Year

  Sharpshooting Burlington High School guard Joey Berezowitz was named Athlete of the Year among boys basketball players in the Southern Lakes Conference. The senior established a new career scoring record at BHS this season. Berezowitz was one of 10 Burlington winter athletes honored by their respective sports. The BHS […]

 
 

Late collapse ends Demons’ season

Late collapse ends Demons’ season

Crucial injury, turnovers down the stretch bounce team from playoffs By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Dane Kornely turned into perhaps the most important player on the Burlington basketball team since Feb. 1. Just ask Mukwonago – or Muskego. Drive east on Highway 50, stop in Paddock Lake, and walk up to […]

 
 

Near-perfect effort sends gymnasts to state

Near-perfect effort sends gymnasts to state

Burlington-Badger team surprises with effort in sectional meet By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It hasn’t been the easiest of seasons for the Burlington-Badger gymnastics squad. Normally a state tournament staple, the team and head coach Andrea Chart have had to deal with losing a lot of their best athletes to the […]

 
 

On to sectionals

On to sectionals

Demons rally to face Franklin after capturing regional crown By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent On Friday night at Burlington, five Demon boys basketball players scored in double figures, but it took a late flurry to beat visiting Muskego. In Saturday’s WIAA Division 1 Regional final at Westosha Central, Burlington similarly utilized […]

 
 

Two tickets to Kaukauna

Two tickets to Kaukauna

Bird, Koenen overcome toughest sectional to advance to state By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent It’s on the mind of Burlington junior Andrew Karnes. As he stood silently, yet intently watched a match at Saturday’s Brookfield Sectional, he couldn’t help but act a bit down, knowing he wasn’t going to advance to […]

 
 

Birdman Forever

Birdman Forever

Wrestling squads honor late state champion Josh Bird By Mike Ramczyk Correspondent Birdman forever. What does that mean? Well, it’s a motto to live by to honor the late wrestler Josh Bird, a former Burlington High School two-time state wrestling champion who lost his life in a motorcycle accident back […]