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Local couples sweet hobby

VOL. 124, NO. 28

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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

Adrienne and Erik Leslie are beekeeping for the good of the planet
by MATT GEIGER
Times-Tribune

If you notice the flowers


seem a bit more resplendent in
the Pheasant Branch Conservancy this summer, you can
thank Adrienne and Erik Leslie,
along with their thousands of
little, black and gold helpers.
And Princess Kate and
Princess Diana, of course.
The Leslies decided to keep a
colony of honeybees in the picturesque backyard of Mary Jo
and Donny Acker primarily because they wanted a fun hobby
they could enjoy together and
because they were concerned
about the plummeting bee population and its negative impact
on the entire ecosystem.
Plus, there is a very sweet
bonus.
You know I love honey,
honey, laughs Adrienne, a
local yoga instructor when shes
not tending to the hives, while

placing a playful elbow in


Eriks side.
Adrienne and Erik, who live
just over a ridge from the Ackers property on Pheasant
Branch Road, have already
learned a lot about bees and the
vital role they play in the environment. Plus, they add, theyve
made some new human friends
as well.
Standing next to the hives,
which are situated near the Ackers thriving cherry trees and
raspberry bushes, Adrienne says
the two couples have quickly
become lifelong friends as
they learn about the ups and
downs of beekeeping.
Erik, who owns a title company, says he had long toyed
with the idea. Then, after seeing
a thriving community of bees
kept by a friend, he enrolled in
and completed a class at MATC
in the spring of 2016.
I learned a lot, he says.
See BEES, page 7

From left: Mary Jo and Donny Acker with Adrienne and Erik Leslie.

Times-Tribune photo by Matt Geiger

Sansing named Middleton Library director


After an extensive nationwide search, The Middleton
Public Library Board of
Trustees is pleased to announce
the selection of Jocelyne Sansing as the new Middleton Public
Library Director, effective August 15.
Sansing succeeds former director Pamela Westby, who
stepped down in March to take
another position.

I
believe that
equal access
to
quality information
and
resources has
the power
Sansing
to
change
lives and is
one of the reasons I became a li-

brarian, Sansing said. I am


honored to be the next MPL Director and am looking forward
to serving the good neighbors of
Middleton.
Sansing will relocate to the
Middleton area from Colorado
Springs, Co., where she has
worked for the past eight years
as a public services manager,
overseeing up to three libraries
at a time for the Pikes Peak Li-

brary District.In this capacity,


she has managed a staff of more
than 50 and a total budget of
$1.9 million.
Sansing is looking forward to
returning to Wisconsin. She
holds a bachelors degree in
English Literature and a masters degree in Library & Information Studies, both from the
University of Wisconsin
Madison.

Our interview process was


extensive and very open, Middleton Public Library Board
President Jeremiah Tucker said.
The library board received
feedback on our four finalists
from the public, library staff,
friends of the library, city council members, and city staff. And
while all of our finalists were
strong, Jocelyne was the consensus candidate. Her leader-

ship qualities impressed everyone.


The Middleton Public Library is the second busiest library in the South Central
Library System. It currently
employs a staff of 24 full-time
equivalent employees, has an
operating budget of over $2
million, and serves a population
area of approximately 26,000
residents.

by CAMERON BREN

Findorf Construction Company Brian Hornung attending


the meeting to show appreciation for Johnsons involvement
with the Kromrey build out.
Johnson announced in
spring he would be retiring at
the end of June. The board ap-

District bids Johnson farewell


Times-Tribune

Outgoing superintendent
Don Johnson shared with
school board members what he
thinks makes MCPASD the
great school district at his final
board meeting. President of

Times-Tribune photo by Cameron Bren

Don Johnson, right, who served at the Middleton-Cross Plains Area School Districts superintendent for nearly a decade, at his final board of education meeting.

See JOHNSON, page 5

Free Tunes on Tuesdays in the


Pheasant Branch Conservancy
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MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE

Nearly 80 people attended last weeks Tunes on Tuesdays concert in the Pheasant Branch Conservancy (pictured above).

THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

The Friends of Pheasant


Branch Conservancy is sponsoring a music series entitled
Tunes on Tuesdays now
through August 9.
The idea is to allow local
musicians a natural setting to
play acoustic music for the
community.

Each session begins at 6


p.m. until 8 p.m. and will be
held at various locations in the
Conservancy. On the first
evening, July 5, there were
close to 80 people attending,
strolling around and relaxing
on a warm summer evening.
Music and the natural set-

ting are good for the body and


the soul. When people go into
a natural setting, they hear the
sounds of nature. The fauna
and the flora have their own
songs. An authentic experience with music in a natural
setting establishes a closer relationship with the outdoor

world.
Please visit the website
(www.pheasantbranch.org) for
specific locations of the music
in July and August. Parking
suggestions: Dane County
Parking Lot on Pheasant
Branch Road in July and on
Park Street near Parisi Park

and along Kromrey Middle


School in August. Watch for
the signs at the entry areas.
The Friends of Pheasant
Branch Conservancy is a volunteer-driven non-profit organization that works with
Dane Co., the City of Middleton and other concerned

On Saturday July 10, 2016 at


11:11 p.m. a robbery occurred
at thePDQstore located at 5301
South Ridge Way. The suspect
entered the store and demanded
money from the clerk. A

weapon was not displayed, but


the suspect had his hand in his
jacket in a manner that the clerk
believed the suspect was
armed. The clerk provided an
undisclosed amount of money,

and the suspect fled on foot


southbound.
The suspect is described as a
white male in his 30s, approximately 508 tall with a thin
build, and shoulder length dark

hair pulled back into a pony


tail. The suspect was wearing a
white t-shirt, a dark jacket,
black shorts, sandals, sunglasses and a gray towel over
his head.

If you have any information


regarding this case, please contact the Middleton Police Department at(608)824-7300.
At right, the man police are
seeking.

Photos contributed

groups and organizations to restore, protect and promote the


Pheasant Branch Conservancy
and its watershed.
All concerts are free and
open to the public.
For more information visit
the Friends of Pheasant Branch
website: pheasantbranch.org.

Cops search for man who robbed PDQ

Photo contributed

THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE

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Should Middleton opt out of county zoning?


by KEVIN MURPHY
Times-Tribune

Town of Middleton Board


Supervisors took an exploratory step toward opting
out of Dane County zoning
July 5, saying they were curious to learn about the authority
over land divisions new state
law has given Dane County
towns.
Nothing changes. The
process changes, said Board
Supervisor Tim Roehl, who
added that he was instrumental
in lobbying the legislature to
approve the law this spring.
The town plans to notify the
county this month of its intent
to withdraw from county-controlled zoning. The board then
will study the ramifications of
that move and decide in October whether to put the question
before town residents at the annual meeting in April.

Roehl wants the town to join


the towns of Westport and others interested in opting out of
county-controlled zoning and
substitute administration of
their own zoning codes.
All property zoning classifications would remain the same,
Roehl said, but the county
would not have veto power of
zoning decisions made by the
town board.
The cost to administer zoning would be covered by the
$50,000 the town annually
generates in zoning fees currently paid to the county, Roehl
said. Towns in Dane County
that opt out of county zoning
would jointly hire General Engineering, of Portage, to review
zoning requests.
The requests would come
before the towns park commission, plan commission, and
town board. A zoning applicant could appeal a denial to a
review committee composed of

representatives from other


towns that have opted out,
Roehl said.
Developers get bogged
down in the [countys zoning
land review committee], that
goes away, he said.
While much of the unincorporated portions of the county
are zoned for agriculture use,
the Town of Middleton has enjoyed elite status with residential zoning classifications,
said town attorney Tom Voss.
Voss wondered if the town
would keep that status if it
opted out of county zoning.
Voss said he was not against
opting out, but we dont want
to get blinded-sided by a problem.
The new zoning ordinance
for opt-out towns is being
drafted and reviewed by other
towns and attorneys.
We want to make it bulletproof, Roehl said.
Asked what other benefits

the town would gain if it optedout Roehl replied, Dane


County would never approve a
developer [Tax Incremental Finance] district, if the town remained under county authority.
The town board invited a
public finance advisor to inform them on the benefits and
risks of creating TIFs.
Jim Mann, of Ehlers, Inc.,
said recent changes in state law
have given towns more authority to create TIFs, which are
used to finance infrastructure
for development that would not
occur under certain circumstances.
Taxing entities including the
county, school districts, and the
town would agree to have the
tax revenue from the increased
value of the land due to the TIF
development fund the infrastructure improvements until
they are paid off.
An economic recession can
slow down a TIF from filling

up with tenants delaying the repayments of the infrastructure


costs, said Mann.
An example occurred in the
village of Belleville which created a TIF to construct a wastewater plant before the 2008
recession. Development came
to a halt then, and the village
did not gain the wastewater
customers it counted on to pay
down the debt, Mann said.
The life of a TIF can be extended when it does not cash
flow as anticipated, said Mann,
who added that Bellevilles TIF
is starting to recover with the
improved economy.
Taxpayers risk becoming responsible for the unpaid loans
when TIFs become distressed
and are not extended, he said.
Mann repeatedly advised the
board to create TIFs where the
developer pays the infrastructure costs upfront and the municipality would repay the
developer from the tax revenue

stream created by the new development.


The City of Middleton
makes such extensive use of
TIFs that it recently needed
legislation amended that limited TIFs to 12 percent of the
value of a municipalitys tax
base, said Mann.
They went above the limit
and went to the legislature to
get it lifted, he said.
Town Chair Bill Kolar said
there is no developer interest in
creating a TIF in the town, but
the board was interested learning
about
opportunities
changes in the law may create.
Properties along Watts and
Seybold roads, near Woodmans Food, have been discussed previously as possible
candidates for TIFs.
Those are town islands so
to speak, Kolar said. [A TIF]
could raise the value of the
property from $8 to $48 million Who knows? he said.

MOM works to help with return to classroom


by JUDY KUJOTH

MOM Case Manager

MOMs Back to School Program gives brand new backpacks and grade appropriate
school supplies to low income
children K-12 throughout Middleton, Cross Plains and the
greater Madison area, helping
families with tight budgets
manage the extra expenses. We
also know that new supplies
help children look forward to
school and achieve a higher
level of academic success be-

cause they are equipped with


the tools they need. We hope to
serve close to 1,000 children
through this years program,
and we need your help to make
it happen!
A lot goes into a successful
backpack, including volunteer
time, community support , encouragement, joy, and donations of supplies. There are
several ways in which you can
help to make this program a
success.
1. Purchase supplies, and deliver them to the MOM office
bynoononFriday, August 19.

2. Organize a school supply


drive in your neighborhood.
Pick up a flyer at the MOM office, or visitmomhelps.orgfor
a list of most needed items.
3. Donate money. Cash donations will be used to purchase
our most urgently needed items,
which often include middle and
high school sized backpacks,
graph paper, binder dividers,
and solid colored pocket folders.
The program also offers

Photo contributed

The deadline for donations to the MOM Back to School program is Friday, August 19.

clients back to school items,


such as new and gently used
childrens clothing, sporting apparel and sporting goods
through the distribution center.
Items such as cleats, tennis
rackets, baseballs and bats,

swim suits and towels, work out


clothing, and soccer socks are
always in high demand. These
donations can be brought to the
distribution center.
If you have any questions,
please feel free to contact the

Back to School Program Coordinator, Judy Kujoth (8263420, judy@momhelps.org).


People interested in volunteering can contact the Volunteer
Manager, Joan McGovern (8263409,joan@momhelps.org).

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In Court

Aguilar Ruvalcaba, Oscar M, 24,


Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/04/2015, $98.80, 1135 Morraine
View Dr #3, Madison, WI 53719
Alas, Jawayriyo A, 29, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/20/2015, $124.00, 3560 Breckenridge Ct Apt 12, Fitchburg, WI 53713
Albrecht, Laura B, 24, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 7617 Radcliffe
Dr Apt A, Madison, WI 53719
Arendt, John N, 20, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/20/2015, $124.00, 6630 Clovernook Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Barish, Sharon L, 70, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 1429 W Skyline
Dr, Madison, WI 53705
Barnett, Julee L, 54, Non Registration, 09/28/2015, $98.80, 7324 W
Old Sauk Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Becker, David W, 27, Disorderly
Conduct, 09/21/2015, $250.00, 2126
Allen Blvd, Middleton, WI 53562
Benally Thompson, Bret R, 56,
Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/01/2015, $98.80, 4582 Ellington
Way, Middleton, WI 53562
Bengry, Diana S, 65, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
10/02/2015, $98.80, 3639 Milano Ct
Apt 4, Middleton, WI 53562
Bergman, Chelsea L, 20, Motor
vehicle liability insurance required,
10/03/2015, $10.00, 4002 Shawn Trl,
Middleton, WI 53562
Bermea, Luis A, 22, Possession of
Controlled Substance, 09/22/2015,
$124.00, 3618 Valley Ridge Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Bermea, Luis A, 22, Operating
Suspended,
10/03/2015,
while
$124.00, 3618 Valley Ridge Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Bermea, Luis A, 22, Operating
Suspended,
09/22/2015,
while
$124.00, 3618 Valley Ridge Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Biernacki, Aaron R, 24, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/13/2015, $98.80, 6706 Schroeder
Rd #21, Madison, WI 53711
Bingham, Brooke W, 24, Operating vehicle without insurance,
10/03/2015, $124.00, 31 E Gorham
St # 6, Madison, WI 53703
Birkett, Kimberly K, 54, Brakes06/12/2015,
None-Defective,
$124.00,
N2483
Hagen
Rd,
Poynette, WI 53955
Bong, Philip J, 22, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/03/2015, $149.20, 200 S Division
St #16, Waunakee, WI 53597
Bong, Philip J, 22, Operating vehicle without insurance, 10/03/2015,
$124.00, 200 S Division St #16, Waunakee, WI 53597
Bong, Philip J, 22, Operating after
revocation, 10/03/2015, $124.00, 200
S Division St #16, Waunakee, WI
53597
Bradford, Tara T, 44, Traffic Control Signal Violation red, 09/28/2015,
$98.80, S12922 Stevens Dr, Spring
Green, WI 53588
Brenz, Chris A, 32, Operating ve-

hicle without insurance, 09/29/2015,


$38.00, 1014 N Westfield Rd, Madison, WI 53717
Bromley, Bonita J, 47, FYR to
Pedestrian/Bicyclist/EPAMD at Uncontro, 09/28/2015, $124.00, 445
Dunhill Dr, Verona, WI 53593
Brown, Jessica J, 23, Non Registration, 09/20/2015, $38.00, 501
Malvern Hill Dr, Madison, WI 53718
Brunner, Richard D, 24, FYR while
Making Left Turn, 09/17/2015,
$98.80, 7589 Heather Knoll Ln,
Verona, WI 53593
Bullock, Marcus P, 71, Method of
Giving Signals, 09/30/2015, $98.80,
6042 N Sunny Point Rd, Glendale,
WI 53209
Bundy, Susan B, 56, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/28/2015, $124.00, 200 Pocahontas Ln, De Forest, WI 53532
Bunnell, Joshua M, 32, Operating
after
revocation,
10/01/2015,
$124.00, 2717 Military Rd, Cross
Plains, WI 53528
Cabell, Chaka C, 26, Failure of
Owner to Transfer Title, 09/15/2015,
$98.80, 2506 Brentwood Ave, Madison, WI 53704
Cauble, Monica G, 36, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/12/2015, $98.80, 1358 Boundary
Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Chase, Lucas G, 36, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/28/2015, $98.80, 702 Sunnybrook
Dr, De Forest, WI 53532
Chrismore, Teresa L, 51, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/03/2015, $149.20, 13 Lakewood
Gardens Ln, Madison, WI 53704
Clough, Lindsey M, 32, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/04/2015, $98.80, 306 Van Buren
St, Sauk City, WI 53583
Collier, Maurice D, 25, Operating
Suspended,
09/26/2015,
while
$124.00, 6329 Putnam Rd, Madison,
WI 53711
Collins, Kimberly R, 35, Operating
Suspended,
09/20/2015,
while
$124.00, 118 Crescent St, Mazomanie, WI 53560
Collins, Kimberly R, 35, Vehicle
Revoked
Registration
09/20/2015,
/Suspended/Cancel,
$98.80, 118 Crescent St, Mazomanie, WI 53560
Cruikshank, Natasha J, 26, Obstructing Traffic, 09/13/2015, $98.80,
1213 Troy Dr, Madison, WI 53704
Delaat, Dyann Marie, 46, FYR
while Making Left Turn, 09/17/2015,
$98.80, 5102 Jennifer Ln, Middleton,
WI 53562
Delfosse, Cheryl M, 53, Non Registration, 09/22/2015, $38.00, 6922
Donnybill Rd, De Forest, WI 53532
Durham, Jennifer L, 43, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 4414 Saint Andrews Dr, Middleton, WI 53597,
Enge, Jaden M, 29, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/12/2015, $98.90, 5557 Maria
Way, Waunakee, WI 53597
Enge, Jaden M, 29, FTS/Improper
Stop at Stop Sign, 09/12/2015,

MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE
$98.80, 5557 Maria Way, Waunakee,
WI 53597
English, Janet E, 86, FYR From
Stop Sign, 09/30/2015, $98.80, 602
N Segoe Rd # 307, Madison, WI
53705
Epright, Jo Ann, 59, Issuance
Worthless Checks, 10/11/2014,
$98.80, 3523 8th Avenue, Wisconsin
Dells, WI 53965
Etmayesh, Ahmed F, 32, Method
of Giving Signals, 09/30/2015,
$98.80, 10 Lakewood Gardens Ln,
Madison, WI 53704
Evansen, Mary S, 55, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/17/2015, $124.00, 1410 Danbury
Bay, Waunakee, WI 53597
Faber, Zachary James, 31, Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License,
09/29/2015, $124.00, 1723 Parmenter St, Middleton, WI 53562
Fingerhut, Bonnie J, 62, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/14/2015, $98.80, S11232 Wilson
Creek Rd, Spring Green, WI 53588
Fish, Melissa M, 29, Method of
Giving Signals, 09/23/2015, $98.80,
3143 Maple Valley Dr Apt 112, Madison, WI 53719
Fisher, Corey L, 39, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/13/2015, $98.80, 101 S Holiday
Dr # 4, Waunakee, WI 53597
Fleer, Paul Wesley, 34, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/03/2015, $98.80, 8867 Sunstone
Ln, Middleton, WI 53562
Flenory, Genevieve J, 43, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/17/2015, $161.80, 1205 Schumann St, Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Forcier, Alixia S, 23, Operating w/o
a Valid Drivers License, 09/12/2015,
$124.00, 5441 Kalesey Ct Lot 39,
Waunakee, WI 53597
Foster, Tara L, 42, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/19/2015, $98.80, 613 7Th Ave,
New Glarus, WI 53574
Fuller, Janice A, 67, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/03/2015, $174.40, 33 N High
Point Ct # 155, Madison, WI 53717
Gaard, Megan S, 26, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/04/2015, $98.80, 5201 Ridge Rd,
Edina, MN 55436
Gallman, Nicole M, 29, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/04/2015, $124.00, 5614 Mendota
Dr, Middleton, WI 53562
Garcia, Moises A, 43, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/12/2015, $98.80, 7808 N Regent
Rd, Fox Point, WI 53217
Genung, Travis, 43, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/20/2015, $124.00, S8120 Coves
Ct # 1, Merrimac, WI 53561
Gerovac, Brittany K, 28, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
08/07/2015, $98.80, 6242 Tiller Trl,
Madison, WI 53719
Gerstmayr Jr, Peter A, 43, HR Unattended
Vehicle,
09/23/2015,
$187.00, 123 Turtle Creek Dr # 4,
Delavan, WI 53115
Gosda, Jason D, 39, Non Registration, 09/29/2015, $98.80, 2260
Manley Dr, Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Green Jr, Michael D, 20, Vehicle
Registration
Revoked/
Suspended/Cancel,
09/26/2015,

$98.80, 927 Clarmar Dr, Sun Prairie,


WI 53590
Grosse, Kerry R, 45, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/01/2015, $98.80, 7435 South Ave,
Middleton, WI 53562
Grosz, Philip J, 63, FTS/Improper
Stop at Stop Sign, 09/30/2015,
$98.80, 1995 My Tern Ct, Sanibel, FL
33957 2325
Guilty, Lenroy, 49, Operating while
Suspended, 09/28/2015, $124.00,
5134 Churchill Ln Apt 104, Middleton,
WI 53562
Gutierrez, Alfonso E, 60, Non
Registration, 09/19/2015, $98.80, 5
Pinehurst Cir, Madison, WI 53717
Haglund, Joseph J, 57, Motor vehicle liability insurance required,
09/15/2015, $10.00, 3009 State
Road 78 N, Mount Horeb, WI 53572
Hansen, Lori A, 40, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/04/2015, $98.80, 609 Pleasant
Valley Pkwy, Waunakee, WI 53597
Harang, Victoria A, 38, Non Registration, 09/03/2015, $98.80, 6660
Chestnut Cir, Windsor, WI 53598
Harkrader, Christopher M, 41, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/26/2015, $98.80, 2518 Badger Ln,
Madison, WI 53713
Harris, Jermaine E JR, 23, Operating while Suspended, 09/28/2015,
$124.00, 5802 Russett Rd #4, Madison, WI 53711
Harris, Jermaine E JR, 23, Failure
to Keep Vehicle Under Control,
09/28/2015, $136.60, 5802 Russett
Rd #4, Madison, WI 53711
Hartwick, Jessica A, 29, Operating
Suspended,
09/22/2015,
while
$124.00, 3009 Worthington Ave # 2,
Madison, WI 53714
Hartwick, Jessica A, 29, Non Registration, 09/22/2015, $98.80, 3009
Worthington Ave # 2, Madison, WI
53714
Heath, Abigail E, 42, Operating
w/o a Valid Drivers License,
10/02/2015, $124.00, 346 West St,
Arena, WI 53503
Heath, Abigail E, 42, Operating
without
insurance,
vehicle
10/02/2015, $124.00, 346 West St,
Arena, WI 53503
Heath, Abigail E, 42, Failure To
Report
Accident,
10/02/2015,
$313.00, 346 West St, Arena, WI
53503
Heath, Abigail E, 42, Inattentive
Driving, 10/02/2015, $111.40, 346
West St, Arena, WI 53503
Heckmann, Amy C, 43, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/29/2015, $98.80, 7263 Legacy Dr,
Middleton, WI 53562
Hees, Eugenia L, 44, Non Registration, 10/01/2015, $38.00, 5030
Sawgrass Ter, Middleton, WI 53597
Hillmer, Christopher J, 32, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/23/2015, $98.80, 637 N Pleasant
View Rd # 205, Middleton, WI 53562
Hipler, Alex M, 20, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/14/2015, $124.00, 6718 Old Sauk
Rd, Madison, WI 53705
Howard, Robert W, 34, Non Registration, 09/23/2015, $98.80, 8606
Greenway Blvd # 207, Middleton, WI
53562
Huang, Sarah M, 20, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,

THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016


09/29/2015, $98.80, 10815 45Th
Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
Huff, Dion A, 42, FTS/Improper
Stop at Stop Sign, 10/02/2015,
$98.80, 6339 Pheasant Ln # 74, Middleton, WI 53562
Hummel, Patricia A, 61, Auto Following Too Closely, 09/23/2015,
$124.00, 452 S Ludington St, Columbus, WI 53925
Indukuri, Jogiramaraju, 36, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/05/2015, $98.80, 226 Randolph
Dr # 212B, Madison, WI 53717
Jackson, Aaron D, 53, Operating
after
revocation,
09/26/2015,
$124.00, 1819 Aberg Ave, Madison,
WI 53704
Jacobi, Benjamin J, 26, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/14/2015, $124.00, 4710 Judy Ln,
Madison, WI 53714
James, Lisa K, 48, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/03/2015, $98.80, 7821 N 5Th St,
Evansville, WI 53536
Johnson, Linda C, 52, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/18/2015, $98.80, 104 Knightsbridge Rd, Waunakee, WI 53597
Johnson, Marco R, 29, Operating
Suspended,
09/20/2015,
while
$124.00, 405 Troy Dr # 3E, Madison,
WI 53714
Jones, Steven E, 36, Non Registration, 09/20/2015, $38.00, 114
Prospect Ave, Lodi, WI 53555
Kellogg, Jesse L, 32, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/22/2015, $124.00, 710 John St,
Sparta, WI 54656
Khapoknysh, Oleksandr, 26,
FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
09/30/2015, $98.80, 2615 Amherst
Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Khapoknysh, Oleksandr, 26, Operating vehicle without insurance,
09/30/2015, $124.00, 2615 Amherst
Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Killerlain, Patrick A, 42, Auto Following Too Closely, 09/21/2015,
$124.00, 705 Saint John St, Cottage
Grove, WI 53527
King, Marcus D, 31, Non Registration, 09/29/2015, $98.80, 2950 Tomahawk Ct., #6, Middleton, WI 53562
Kneedler, Perry L, 66, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
10/02/2015, $98.80, 490 W Madison
St, Spring Green, WI 53588
Koenig, Bronson S, 20, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/25/2015, $98.80, 535 W Johnson
St # 101, Madison, WI 53703
Kory, Pierre D, 45, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/01/2015, $124.00, 6006 N Highlands Ave, Madison, WI 53705
Krause Iv, William F, 26, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/06/2015, $124.00, 625 N Pleasant
View Rd # 106, Middleton, WI 53562
Kristine, Hanifa L, 39, Vehicle
Revoked
Registration
/Suspended/Cancel,
09/13/2015,
$98.80, 3506 Parmenter St # 7, Middleton, WI 53562
Krohn, Emily S, 23, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/04/2015, $149.20, 6330 Pheasant
Ln #2, Middleton, WI 53562
Kuckkahn, Alyssa P, 20, Underage
Consume/Possess Alcoholic Beverages, 10/01/2015, $187.00, 5138

Churchill Lane #101, Middleton, WI


53562
Kurzeja, Douglas P, 36, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 2117 Mayflower
Dr, Middleton, WI 53562
Lamers, Holly M, 36, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/26/2015, $98.80, 440 Sunset Dr,
De Forest, WI 53532
Lanagan, Darien T, 22, Operating
Suspended,
09/27/2015,
while
$124.00, 6150 Century Ave #202,
Middleton, WI 53562
Lawrence, Simone O, 27, Vehicle
Registration
Revoked
/Suspended/Cancel,
09/26/2015,
$98.80, 2618 Country Rose Ct Apt 4,
Madison, WI 53713
Lawrence, Simone O, 27, Operating after revocation, 09/26/2015,
$124.00, 2618 Country Rose Ct Apt
4, Madison, WI 53713
Lesko, Benjamin G, 23, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/15/2015, $98.80, 8320 368Th
Ave, Burlington, WI 53105
Lewis, Cheryl D, 40, Non Registration, 10/05/2015, $98.80, 2617
Hazelwood Ct # 3, Madison, WI
53713
Lewis, Domitrio C, 23, Possession
of Controlled Substance, 10/02/2015,
$281.50, 7418 Harmony Pond Rd,
Dane, WI 53529
Lewis, Shawn P, 40, Non Registration, 09/20/2015, $38.00, 2136Th
Gtwy N # 40, Middleton, WI 53562
Lindenberg, Crystal M, 23,
of
Giving
Signals,
Method
10/02/2015, $98.80, 5760 Highland
Way # 220, Middleton, WI 53562
Lindley, Rhyan J, 41, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/15/2015, $124.00, 1703 Dover Dr,
Waunakee, WI 53597
Little, Paul D, 18, Underage Consume/Possess Alcoholic Beverages,
10/03/2015, $187.00, 5919 Woodcreek Ln, Middleton, WI 53562
Lomasney, Matthew A, 20, Non
Registration, 09/24/2015, $98.80,
3323 Forest Run Ct, Madison, WI
53704
Lowery, Nathaniel M, 22, FYR
while Making Left Turn, 09/22/2015,
$313.00, 5760 Highland Way #218,
Middleton, WI 53562
Lyght, Dixie A, 51, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/02/2015, $124.00, 6517 River Rd,
De Forest, WI 53532
Maldonado Rodriguez, Frances
M, 23, Exceeding Zones and Posted
Limits, 09/22/2015, $124.00, 2101
Post Rd # 203, Fitchburg, WI 53713
Manne, Sarath C, 40, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/21/2015, $98.80, 8521 Greenway
Blvd Apt 102, Middleton, WI 53562
Marciano, Susan D, 54, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
09/22/2015, $98.80, 5311 S Ridge
Way # 107, Middleton, WI 53562
Maturana Martinez, Maria P, 35,
Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/03/2015, $124.00, 6806 Erdman
Blvd, Middleton, WI 53562
Mc Vicar, Stuart M, 47, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/01/2015, $98.80, 5114 Saint Cyr
Rd, Middleton, WI 53562
Mcconnell, Patrick E, 28, Operating while Suspended, 09/25/2015,
$124.00, 6645 Scattergood Ln # 7,
Windsor, WI 53598
Mcconnell, Patrick E, 28, Operating vehicle without insurance,
09/25/2015, $124.00, 6645 Scattergood Ln # 7, Windsor, WI 53598
Mcfarland, Regina M, 36, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/15/2015, $124.00, 1315 Tierney
Dr, Waunakee, WI 53597
Mckinley, Jaton N, 29, Vehicle
Registration
Revoked/
Suspended/Cancel,
09/22/2015,
$38.00, 2914 Ashford Ln # 1, Madison, WI 53713, Mcnaught, Christopher W, 24, Theft, 04/02/2014,
$187.00, 5 Crescent Street, Mazomanie, WI 53560
Mcneil, David T, 21, Display Unauthorized Registration Plates/Tags,
09/28/2015, $161.80, 2713 Westview
Court, #4, Cross Plains, WI 53528
Mitchum, Kyle K, 34, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/20/2015, $124.00, 7709 Carrington Dr # B, Madison, WI 53719
Moesch, Amanda J, 18, Inattentive Driving, 10/01/2015, $111.40,
2108 N Birchwood Ave, Appleton, WI
54914
Montes Garcia, Roberto, 36, Operating
while
Suspended,
10/04/2015, $124.00, 2111 Red
Arrow Trl Apt 5, Fitchburg, WI 53711
Morales, Nicolas, 32, Operating
while
Suspended,
09/24/2015,
$124.00, 329 Rethke Ave, Madison,
WI 53714
Morgan Jr, Paul J, 25, Method of
Giving Signals, 10/03/2015, $98.80,
6804 East Pass Apt 108, Madison,
WI 53719
Mueller, Benjamin J, 35, Seatbelt
Required Oper/Pass, 09/21/2015,
$10.00, 729 Prospect Ave, Portage,
WI 53901

See COURT, page 1

THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

JOHNSON

MIDDLETON TIMES-TRIBUNE

pointed Deputy Superintendent


George Mavroulis shortly after to
succeed Johnson.
Johnson told the board that during
his retirement celebration there was a
lot of talk about controversy and
media.
I sat down at my desk today and
all of that stuff kind of faded to the
distance, but do you what rose to the
top? Johnson asked rhetorically.
Johnson said there were so many
things in the district he was proud of
in the district and none of which he
has accomplished alone.
We compete so well with everybody and that is certainly due to our
teachers, but it is the whole package
too, Johnson said.
One of the most visible things is
the success of the districts students,
Johnson said. Students consistently
score among highest in the state and
even nation. And MCPASD has more
students of low socio-economic status, Johnson added. He said they are
consistently in the top five in ACT
scores.

COURT

Muller, Yvonne R, 23, Exceeding


Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/03/2015, $149.20, 1734 Hickory
Dr, Madison, WI 53705
Murray, Edward L, 70, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/26/2015, $98.80, 2721 Cordley
St, Fitchburg, WI 53711
Nappa, Antoinette L, 49, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/14/2015, $124.00, 3504 Sargent
St, Madison, WI 53714
New, Casey R, 35, Unsafe Backing Of Vehicle, 09/19/2015, $98.80,
1706 Parmenter St, Middleton, WI
53562
New, Casey R, 35, Intoxicant In
Motor
Vehicle
Passenger,
09/19/2015, $187.00, 1706 Parmenter St, Middleton, WI 53562
Niec, Mary P, 31, Vehicle Registration Revoked/Suspended/Cancel,
09/13/2015, $98.80, 413 Chestnut St
Apt 3, Madison, WI 53726
Niesen, Samuel Thomas, 24,
Motor vehicle liability insurance required, 09/24/2015, $10.00, 3700
Parmenter St # 403, Middleton, WI
53562
Njie, Nuha, 43, Exceeding Zones
and Posted Limits, 09/19/2015,
$98.80, 2818 Curry Pkwy #17, Madison, WI 53713
Nordness, Chad M, 29, Operating
while
Suspended,
10/05/2015,
$124.00, 6 N Burberry Dr #1036,
Madison, WI 53719
Norwood, Shelitha K, 36, Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License,
10/03/2015, $124.00, 714 Vera Ct #
203, Madison, WI 53704
Norwood, Shelitha K, 36, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/03/2015, $124.00, 714 Vera Ct #
203, Madison, WI 53704
Nyffeler, Michael S, 50, Motor vehicle liability insurance required,
09/23/2015, $10.00, 4776 Enchanted
Valley Rd., Middleton, WI 53562
Nyland, Andrew L, 23, FYR to
Pedestrian/Bicyclist/EPAMD at Uncontro, 10/05/2015, $250.00, 26 Park
Heights Ct, #2, Madison, WI 53711
Odonnell, Jennifer L, 24, Operating while Suspended, 09/22/2015,
$124.00, 6255 Lodi Springfield Dr,
Waunakee, WI 53597
Olmos Jr, David, 26, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/27/2015, $124.00, 14 N. Lincoln
Ridge Dr., Apt. #627, Madison, WI

One of the reasons we are so good


I think is we have exemplary fine arts,
humanities and co-curriculars, Johnson said. We can talk about that all
day long but you know every year we
are at the top with our competitive
athletics, not just because we win a
lot but because we have a huge participation.
He said he thinks the discussion
and action the board takes is influential in the district and has been positive during his time.
The board paying attention to
things absolutely sends a message to
the staff, and I think they embrace it
when they are well thought out and
things that are meaningful to our kids
and our parents, Johnson said.
In the last year, the participation
grew 78 to 83 percent, he noted.
Johnson said he believes the district does a great job retaining and recruiting exemplary staff despite
operating in a challenging environment.
I know it is hard in our environment where we are always not able to

53719
Olson, Susan K, 60, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/02/2015, $98.80, 5063 Sunrise
Ridge Trl, Madison, WI 53705
Ortegren, Lindsay B, 34, Unsafe
Lane Deviation, 09/11/2015, $98.80,
5175 N Hill Point Rd, Cross Plains,
WI 53528
Osterhaus, Chandra E, 37, Operating while Suspended, 09/17/2015,
$124.00, 3023 Hillside Trl, Cross
Plains, WI 53528
Ott, Vanessa L, 44, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/04/2015, $98.80, 2110 Peaceful
Valley Pkwy, Waunakee, WI 53597
Parkos, Troy A, 44, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/03/2015, $124.00, 1103 Zingg Dr,
Verona, WI 53593
Perez-Jimenez, Marco A, 26, Operating vehicle without insurance,
09/24/2015, $124.00, 2122 Allen
Blvd #4, Middleton, WI 53562
Perez-Jimenez, Marco A, 26, No
Drivers
License
on
Person,
09/24/2015, $73.60, 2122 Allen Blvd
#4, Middleton, WI 53562
Pettaway Jr, Samuel P, 18, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia,
09/14/2015, $187.00, 23 Naylor Cir,
Madison, WI 53719
Pfeil, Todd M, 48, Unsafe Lane
Deviation, 09/15/2015, $98.80, 705
Cricket Ln # 3, Middleton, WI 53562
Piel, Scott M, 27, Non Registration, 09/29/2015, $98.80, 849 Jana
Ln # 1, Madison, WI 53704
Pinion, Michaela M, 20, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/21/2015,
$124.00,
W8022
Jonathan Dr, Pardeeville, WI 53954
Rasmussen, John C, 68, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
09/30/2015, $98.80, 8701 Midnight
Pass Rd Apt 605A, Siesta Key, FL
34242 2882
Reddy, Manoj P, 33, Operating
after
revocation,
09/22/2015,
$124.00, 989 Veterans Memorial Rd,
Platteville, WI 53818
Reddy, Manoj P, 33, Seatbelt Required Oper/Pass, 09/22/2015,
$10.00, 989 Veterans Memorial Rd,
Platteville, WI 53818
Richards, Devon Jaymes, 25, Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License,
09/22/2015, $124.00, 2070 Allen
Blvd # 1, Middleton, WI 54562
Richardson, Grace T, 74, Non

pay people and give everything wed


like to all of our employees, but in the
context of the larger environment of
school districts, weve been able to
attract great people and I believe most
of the time keep great people and that
says a lot for the district and community, Johnson said.
The board has gone the extra mile
on salaries whenever possible, he
added.
Johnson also said he thinks the district staff is becoming more diverse.
It hasnt gone as fast as wed like,
but weve made some great
progress, he said.
Johnson said he is also proud of the
work the district has made on addressing the achievement gap. He
said he met with the representatives
from other districts in the Minority
Student Achievement Network and
many of them were not making the
same progress.
Many of the school district said a
real problem is they cannot get their
board to talk about equity or they
want to support equity and [reduce]

Registration, 09/22/2015, $98.80,


7220 Fortune Dr, Middleton, WI
53562
Rios Noriega, Juana J, 35, Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License,
10/04/2015, $124.00, 1929 Northport
Dr Apt 20, Madison, WI 53704
Rizer, Reginald T, 34, Possession
of Controlled Substance, 09/06/2015,
$281.50, 3050 Main Ave, Kaukauna,
WI 54130
Rogahn, Shannon Denise, 43,
Traffic Control Signal Violation red,
09/22/2015, $98.80, 6336 Hyslop Rd,
Waunakee, WI 53597
Roloff, Price S, 18, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/01/2015, $124.00, 830 S Gammon Rd, Madison, WI 53719
Romero-Hernandez, Maria D, 38,
Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License, 09/15/2015, $124.00, 5441
Kalesey Ct # 28, Waunakee, WI
53597
Rose, Jacqueline K, 52, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/27/2015, $149.20, 1114 Shasta
Dr, Madison, WI 53704
Rowin, Christian Lee, 28, Violation
of license Restriction, 09/26/2015,
$124.00, 5248 Brindisi Ct #6, Middleton, WI 53562
Rutkowski, Sara E, 32, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/14/2015, $98.80, 4505 Bonner Ln,
Madison, WI 53704
Schaefer, Mikel J, 35, Dog/Cat Not
Run At Large, 09/25/2015, $111.40,
1624 Foxridge Ct, Middleton, WI
53562
Schley, Timothy P, 25, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/24/2015, $98.80, 233 W Lakelawn
Pl, Madison, WI 53703
Schultz, Amy J, 50, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/17/2015, $98.80, 6861 Stevenson
Rd # 2, Dane, WI 53529
Scott, Larry L, 67, Non Registration, 09/22/2015, $98.80, 27442 St
Highway 58, Richland Center, WI
53581
Seeger, Oraanna Amanda, 21,
Non
Registration,
10/01/2015,
$38.00, 6526 Lake Rd Apt 3, Windsor, WI 53598
Sheahan, Ryan M, 37, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/03/2015, $98.80, 2411 Genevieve
Way, Waunakee, WI 53597
Sikorski, Natalie F, 27, Vehicle

PAGE 5

the achievement gap but there are no


resources to go along with it, Johnson said. This board is different in
that regard and that makes a huge difference, and those districts have more
money that we do, they spend more
money per student.
Johnson said he felt the district did
a great job transitioning from a collective bargaining agreement to an
employee handbook following the
passage of Act 10, the state law which
prohibits state employees from collective bargaining.
Now that we are on the other side
of that, I think we have made massive
improvements in the relations are
viewed in the district, Johnson said.
Johnson said again it is the whole
package that makes MCPASD so
great.
It is not one thing that makes the
district great, it is the full package,
He said. I think most of us would
agree, it is not the superintendent, its
not only the teachers, its not only
transportation, it is everything all put
together.

Revoked/
Registration
Suspended/Cancel,
10/02/2015,
$98.80, 4712 Hoover St, Oregon, WI
53575
Sikorski, Natalie F, 27, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/02/2015, $98.80, 4712 Hoover St,
Oregon, WI 53575
Silverthorn, Farrell L, 49, Auto Following Too Closely, 09/11/2005,
$111.40, 112 Renata Ct, De Forest,
WI 53532
Skalitzky, Kimberly Lynn, 40, Mistreating Animals, 08/14/2015, $98.80,
3614 Lynn Ct, Middleton, WI 53562
Slack, Jacqueline E, 56, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/02/2015, $98.80, N2135 St Road
188, Lodi, WI 53555
Smith, Amanda L, 29, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/20/2015, $124.00, 8541 Trumbull
Ave, Skokie, IL 60076
Smith, Jacob C, 19, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
09/22/2015, $98.80, 5571 Auchter
Ln, Waunakee, WI 53597
Smith, Jesse J, 21, Operating
Suspended,
09/27/2015,
while
$124.00, 723 S Main St, Edgerton,
WI 53534
Smith, Juelanne M, 52, Operating
w/o a Valid Drivers License,
09/20/2015, $124.00, 2038 Parmenter St, Middleton, WI 53562
Stertz, David L, 48, Exceeding
and
Posted
Limits,
Zones
10/05/2015, $98.80, N2583 St Road
49, Berlin, WI 54923
Stevens, Trinity M, 20, Vehicle
Revoked/
Registration
Suspended/Cancel,
09/15/2015,
$98.80, 1312 N Gammon Rd Apt E,
Middleton, WI 53562
Stidham, David W, 49, Motor vehicle liability insurance required,
09/23/2015,
$10.00,
W14118
Crestview Dr, Prairie Du Sac, WI
53578
Stiger, Donitta, 54, Operating vehicle without insurance, 09/21/2015,
$124.00, 128 Kennedy Hts, Madison,
WI 53704
Stiger, Donitta, 54, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/21/2015, $98.80, 128 Kennedy
Hts, Madison, WI 53704
Strohl, Rosanne Darrey, 68, Auto
Following Too Closely, 09/17/2015,
$111.40, 2821 Osmundsen Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711

continued from page 1

Johnson said most importantly he


wants to thank the community and
parents because they are the ones that
support the referenda and advocate
for the district.
Board President Bob Green said it
is important that the board and administration have a trusting relationship and he thinks Johnson helped
foster that.
The things Don has talked about
are very real, but they dont happen
unless there is an effective working
relationship between the board and
the superintendent, Green said. If
there is a fight, if there is competition,
concerns or problems, a lot of wheels
get spun and things dont happen, but
what Ive seen here through the years
on the board is while we have concerns we dont have large problems,
we dont have large conflicts and it is
because of the ability of the superintendent to work with the board.
Thank you Don for all your efforts and your ability to create that
trust with the board, Green said.

Temme, Madison Marie, 18, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,


10/04/2015, $0.00, 116 Look Out
Point Ct, Roseville, CA 95747
Tetiva Zantow, Zachery C, 22, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/02/2015, $124.00, 7419 Tetiva
Rd, Sauk City, WI 53583
Thering, Bradley J, 50, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/23/2015, $98.80, 283 Maple
Heights Rd, Marshall, WI 53559
Thomas, Gregory W, 45, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/22/2015, $98.80, 9009 Settlers
Rd, Madison, WI 53717
Thompson, Stacy K, 34, Operating vehicle without insurance,
09/23/2015, $124.00, 7 Winona
Woods Court, Apt. #8, Madison, WI
53713
Towle, Austin J, 19, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/23/2015, $124.00, 813 Hanksfield
Pl, Prairie Du Sac, WI 53578
Tsering, Kalsang, 61, Method of
Giving Signals, 09/27/2015, $98.80,
3018 Shefford Dr, Madison, WI
53719
Valdez Garcia, Carlos M, 47, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/01/2015, $98.80, 343 Island Dr
Apt 2, Madison, WI 53705
Valdez Garcia, Carlos M, 47, Operating w/o a Valid Drivers License,
10/01/2015, $124.00, 343 Island Dr
Apt 2, Madison, WI 53705
Vance, Abbie L, 23, Non Registration, 09/19/2015, $38.00, 6210 Mineral Point Rd Apt 22, Madison, WI
53705
Vance, Samaria C, 32, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 57 Northridge
Ter #307, Madison, WI 53704
Vargas, Raul M, 45, Method of
Giving Signals, 09/23/2015, $98.80,
5996 Schroederv Rd #C, Madison,
WI 53711
Villegas, Steven A, 18, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
09/19/2015, $124.00, 630 E Washington Ave, Madison, WI 53703
Vitek, Allison L, 25, Exceeding
Zones
and
Posted
Limits,
10/02/2015, $124.00, 6717 Elmwood
Ln, Middleton, WI 53562
Von Behren, Amanda L, 26, Motor
vehicle liability insurance required,
10/02/2015, $10.00, 2122 Allied Dr,
Madison, WI 53711

continued from page 4

Voss, Stephen T, 50, Non Registration, 10/05/2015, $38.00, 6810


Forest Glade Ct, Middleton, WI
53562
Walsh, Meghan M, 51, Non Registration, 09/19/2015, $98.80, 14
Longmeadow Cir, Madison, WI
53717
Walters, Chantea D, 30, Vehicle
Registration
Revoked/
Suspended/Cancel,
09/30/2015,
$98.80, 8253 Mayo Dr # 310, Madison, WI 53719
Weaver, Justin L, 29, Operating
while
Suspended,
09/14/2015,
$124.00, 1148 Fish Hatchery Rd # 1,
Madison, WI 53715
Weier, Brandon J, 28, FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
09/30/2015, $98.80, 6402 Nesbitt
Rd, Madison, WI 53719
Wellner, Christopher G, 44, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
09/28/2015, $98.80, 1410 Rae Ln,
Madison, WI 53711
Wendorf, Damian R, 34, Exceeding Zones and Posted Limits,
10/02/2015, $98.80, 4419 Misty Valley Dr, Middleton, WI 53562
Williams, Beth E, 38, Seatbelt Required Oper/Pass, 09/30/2015,
$10.00, 7734 Bittersweet Ct, Middleton, WI 53562
Willoughby, Kenneth C, 33, Operating While Intoxicated, 05/23/2015,
$811.00, 3750 Parmenter St # 216,
Middleton, WI 53562
Willoughby, Kenneth C, 33,
FTS/Improper Stop at Stop Sign,
05/23/2015, $0.00, 3750 Parmenter
St # 216, Middleton, WI 53562
Wirkus, Diane C, 65, Unsafe
Backing Of Vehicle, 09/17/2015,
$98.80, 9 Ramsgate Cir., Madison,
WI 53717
Wold, Jeffrey L, 54, Non Registration, 09/14/2015, $98.80, 1029 N
Jackson St # 202, Milwaukee, WI
53202
Yang, Nou, 28, Operating while
Suspended, 10/01/2015, $124.00,
503 Northport Dr Apt 5, Madison, WI
53704
Yang, Nou, 28, Exceeding Zones
and Posted Limits, 10/01/2015,
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MIDDLETON HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS NAMED AS FINALISTS


IN INTERNATIONAL YOUTH INNOVATION COMPETITION

Photo contributed

From left: Elizabeth DiTullio, Anna Ashley and Sarah Wexler. Vote for their entry at www.projectparadigm.org.

LOS ANGELES, CALIF.-Anna Ashley, Elizabeth DiTullio and Sarah Wexler,


of Middleton, are finalists in The Paradigm Challenge, one of the largest youth
innovation competitions in the world. The
competition challenged students aged 7 to
18 to use STEM skills plus kindness, creativity, and collaboration to generate new
ideas to prevent injuries and fatalities
from home fires Americas number one
disaster threat.
Ashley, DiTullio and Wexler, all Middleton High School Class of 2016 graduates, submitted a winning entry, entitled
Safe Paws. Safe Pawsis designed to
alert and save children in the event of a
household fire. The girls discovered
thatone of the most significant hazards
for young children in a household fire is
thatmany of them do not hear or respond
tothe beeping fromtraditional smoke detectors. Young children are most likely to
respond and wake up to the voice of a parent, rather than a beeping from a smoke
detector. As a result, they designed a solution to this problem a stuffed animalwith an internal smoke detectorthat
would have a parents voice recorded for
the alarm, rather than the beeping. The
appeal of the stuffed animal for a young
child, coupled with the higher likelihood
of
responding
to
a
parents
voice,isaunique idea and one that could
truly save the lives of young children.
Team Safe Paws is one of 100 finalists
in the competition.
More than 50,000 students participated
in this years Paradigm Challenge. The
number of youth who stepped up to accept our inaugural challenge to help save
lives truly is inspiring, said Jeff Richard-

son, Project Paradigms founder and


CEO. We commend the finalists for the
energy, creativity, and critical thinking
skills they put into their solutions to this
real-life problem. Their winning ideas
can help save lives in communities
around the world. Their solutions included inventions, community events,
mobile apps, videos, posters, and songs.
The 100 finalist teams will win cash
prizes ranging from $500 to $100,000. A
blue-ribbon panel of judges will review
the top 100 entries. The top team in each
age category (ages 7-10, 11-14, and 1518) will win up to $20,000 and a four-day,
three-night trip to Los Angeles to attend
The Paradigm Challenge prize ceremony.
Each second place team will win up to
$10,000, and each third place team will
win up to $5,000.
During the July 23, 2016 prize ceremony, one of the first place teams will be
selected as the grand prize winner and
will receive up to $100,000.
In addition to the cash prizes for the
student teams, The Paradigm Challenge
is awarding cash grants between $250 and
$5,000 to the inspiring teachers or organizations associated with the top 100
teams. The Middleton Fire Department
provided assistance to the girls in developing this entry and will receive a grant
should the girls win.
The public can also choose its favorite
finalists during the public voting period,
which ends August 30, 2016. The 10 finalist teams that receive the most votes
will win Public Choice Award cash
prizes ranging from $100 to $5,000. A
gallery of the 100 Finalist entries is available on The Paradigm Challenge website:

http://www.projectparadigm.org/monthly
-contest#mid=&offset=&page=&s=.
Safe Paws team members are encouraging everyone to visit The Paradigm
Challenge website and vote for their
entry.
The theme for next years Paradigm
Challenge will be announced during the
July 23, 2016 Paradigm Challenge prize
ceremony. Lesson plan videos and accompanying supporting materials will be
available on The Paradigm Challenge
website.

About The Paradigm Challenge: The


Paradigm Challenge is a new annual
competition created by Project Paradigm
in collaboration with the American Red
Cross and supported by a coalition of
partners, including Youth Changing the
World and the National Youth Leadership
Council. The theme of the competition
will change annually. The theme for the
current Challenge is home fires. Coalition partners for the 2016 Paradigm challenge include The Phoenix Society, The
National Fire Protection Association, and
US Fire Administration.

About Project Paradigm


Project Paradigm, a national private
foundation headquartered in Los Angeles,
California, aims to identify, support, and
collaborate with passionate individuals
and organizations to inspire, lead, and facilitate paradigm shifts in the approaches
to global challenges. Learn more at projectparadigm.org/founder. Or like them
on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter
(@ParadigmChlleng).

Anniversary

THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

Ramlets Celebrate
40th Anniversary

Cindy and Bob Ramlet will be celebrating their 40th Wedding


AnniversarySunday, July 17.
They were married in Waukesha July 17, 1976 and honeymooned
at the Montreal Olympics.
They celebrated their 40th Anniversary with a trip to Cuba and a
gathering with friends this weekend.
Cindy and Bob have two boys, Steven and Michael, two daughter-in-laws, Lauren and Brook, two grandchildren Harper and Hudson, and a grand puppy, Hamilton.

Obituary

Delrosa C.
(Crowley) Bruns

MIDDLETON-Delrosa C.
(Crowley) Bruns, passed away
peacefully on Friday, July 8,
2016, in La Crosse. She was
born April 21, 1918, at home, in
Steuben, Crawford County,
Wis. In the early years, Delrosa
taught at rural schools in Crawford and Lafayette Counties.
She then worked for the Milwaukee Railroad as a depot
agent and telegraph operator for
15 years. Delrosa also worked
for the State of Wisconsin Department of Hygiene for two
years, the City of Madison Public Health Department for 10
years, and then for the City of
Madison Public Library for 10
years. She also worked for the
Deans Office at Madison Edgewood College. Delrosa volunteered at the Middleton Senior
Center, the Wisconsin Calumet
Railroad Dinner Train, and the
Wisconsin Southern Excursion
Train. She was a member of the
Middleton Historical Society
and St. Bernards Catholic
Church. Delrosa is survived by
her daughters, Mary Kay Bruns
of Danville, Ill., Margaret Anne
(Daryl) Wood of La Crosse and
Maureen (Bob) Palmer of Livonia, Mich.; grandchildren,
Jonathan (Gillian Turner) McDunn, Daniel (Sabra Loney)
McDunn, Christine (Ryan
Berry) McDunn, Christopher
(Susan)
Wood,
Jeffrey
(Heather) Wood and Catherine
Palmer; 11 great-grandchildren;
and sisters, Eileen Hermsen and
Kathleen Adkins. She was preceded in death by her husband,
Bill Bruns; infant son, James

Edward; brothers and sisters,


Bernard Crowley, Bernice
Fazel, Hazel Bussman, Eddie
Crowley, James Crowley and
Agnes Grimme. A Mass of
Christian Burial will be held at
ST. BERNARDS CATHOLIC
CHURCH, 7450 University Avenue, Middleton, at 11 a.m. on
Saturday, July 16, 2016, with
Father Brian Wilk presiding.
Burial will be at Forest Hill
Cemetery. Visitation will be
held at the church from 9:30
a.m. until the time of the service
on Saturday. In lieu of flowers,
memorials may be made to
Middleton Senior Center, Middleton Outreach Ministry
(MOM), St. Bernards 5-0 Club,
or to the Mineral Point Railroad
Museum. Online condolences
may be made at www.gundersonfh.com.
Gunderson West
Funeral & Cremation Care
7435 University Avenue
(608)831-6761

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Report from climate change conference


by KERMIT M. HOVEY, JR.
Times-Tribune

W h y
was I in
Wa s h i n g ton,
DC
again, for
my fifth annual conference? I
must confess, I almost didnt get there.
Leading up to it, part of me
wanted to go to the 2016 Annual International Citizens
Climate Lobby Conference in
DC June 19-21. People I knew,
loved and respected, people I
have worked hard with for
years to create the political will
for a livable climate, planned
to go. We had work to do.
Yet, part of me felt tired and
a little discouraged. After four
years of vigorous CCL action
since attending my first such
conference, we still did not
have a bill implementing our
plan sponsored, let alone
passed. How much of a difference had my time, effort and
trouble made? How much difference would getting to one
more conference make?
And not only personal
doubts, but logistical complications got in the way. The conference hotel rooms totally sold
out, the car pool plans fell
through, the hostel only offered
night-to-night musical bunkbeds, the airline options were
erratically expensive and indirect, and the first airbnb host
refused to reply.
Looking back, my first conference came on the heels of a
string of providential connections. If you ask me why am I
a volunteer with Citizens Cli-

BEES

How docile they are. A lot


in terms of maintenance and
care. What to look for with
diseases and how to control
them.
And how important
[bees] are to for the ecosystem, Adrienne adds with a
nod.
Many of the things they
learned about bees were fascinating. Others were surprising.
Their
short
lifespans. The fact that
workers will carry their
fallen comrades out of the
hive after they die. The way
they clean and care for their
queens.
They started with 16,000
worker bees, as well as two
queens, Kate and Diana. As
the summer progresses, that
population will skyrocket.
You have to feed them
when you first get them,
explains Erik. Sugar water
and stuff like that.
They ordered their bees
through Capital City Bee
Supply in Madison. The

mate Lobby, I might even have


to blame God. Back in 2012, I
wrestled with God and myself
- something I seem to do every
few years - about what my new
life focus should be. Suffice to
say that I felt called to build a
society that would preserve its
environment. In general, some
might call that working for sustainability, some that shared
my faith perspective might call
it caring for creation.
Within that call, my concerns about climate change
grew more intense as I learned
more and met with various
people, including Madeleine
Para, currently CCL National
Program Coordinator. At the
time of our first meeting, she
was a pre-K teacher and volunteer founder of a then very
young CCL Madison Chapter.
It turned out the national conference of this fledgling international organization loomed
just a couple of weeks after our
first conversation. The timing
of the contacts, the urgency of
the climate crisis and the depth
to which God stirred me led to
a rapid decision. An exhortation welled up in my heart - If
not me, who? If not this, what?
If not now, when? So, that
summer I went to my first CCL
conference - CCLs third - after
a whirlwind of logistics.
As part of our lobby session
preparation at that conference
Mark Reynolds, CCLs executive director, helped us new
volunteers get in touch with a
personal heart reason for our
meetings with congress. This
led me, in paraphrase, to say, I
dont want to see fossil fuels
burned like there is no tomorrow. I dont want to get to a
tomorrow where my kids, my

continued from page 1

bees themselves originated


in the orange groves of
Florida.
We were told that its
better to get them from
Florida, because bees in
California, the other place
most of them come from,
are being born deformed,
without midsections, from
pesticides, says Adrienne.
We just wanted to help
the environment, says Erik.
The honey is secondary.
Right, agrees Adrienne.
Were making a difference.
They found the perfect
location by putting flyers in
the mailboxes of farmers
who lived near them.
Standing mere feet from
the buzzing workers, Mary
Jo says her ideas about bees
have evolved significantly
in recent months.
I didnt know anything
about them, she says with
a chuckle. I just didnt
want them around me. I didnt want to get stung.

grandkids to be, my nieces and


nephews turn to me and ask,
Didnt you know? Didnt you
do anything? And if I do, I
want to be able to say, I did
know, and I did all I could.
Thats why I am in DC and
meeting with you about climate
change.
That first year, I came home
with hope even in the face of
things that might discourage. I
learned we had allies and, optimistically, allies we had not
yet made. I experienced the
full spectrum of congress climate change attitudes. At the
ally end, I met face to face with
a Massachusetts representative
who accepted the evidence for
climate change and had cosponsored the Save Our Climate Act, a then promising bill
to address that challenge. At
the ally we had not yet made
end, I met face to face with a
persistent climate change denialist congressperson from
Wisconsin. Happily, he did let
one glimmer of hope shine
through an otherwise opaque
door to cooperation if we
could come to him with a plan
that did not put Wisconsin at a
disadvantage to the rest of the
country and did not put the
USA at a disadvantage to the
rest of the world, he would be
willing to talk.
Of course that was 2012, this
was 2016.. As noted, we still
did not have a bill sponsored or
passed. Would my time, effort
and trouble make a difference?
I wanted to believe it did. Yet,
I did not want to expend time
and money and effort without
effect. Even if CCL was making some headway, was my

presence at the 2016 conference going to make a difference. After all, the Wisconsin
denialist representative still
stubbornly refused to shift his
position despite growing evidence of both the seriousness
of climate change, and the benefits of CCLs proposal to distribute 100 percent of net fees
collected to the American public.
Why was I in DC for my
fifth conference? The part of
me that wanted to go won out,
and I am glad. First, climate
change remains the same stubborn critical challenge when I
first went in 2012. Second, the
answers to my challenge questions If not me, who? If not
this, what? If not now, when?
continue to call me to act.
Third, by going I got to continue reclaiming democracy.
Fourth, we are making
progress toward averting a climate change crisis.
So, how many climate activists does it take to avert a climate change crisis? Every
single one we can get. And,
how many climate activists
does it take attending a CCL
conference to avert a climate
change crisis? I dont know,
but just a couple of weeks ago,
I joined over 20 from the Madison chapter, about 50 from the
state of Wisconsin and over
one thousand from around the
globe in DC for the annual international CCL conference to
try and find out. We took two
days to confer, confab, talk, listen and learn about the science

of climate change, the art of


democracy and ways to create
the political will for a livable
climate.
Then the next morning,
Tuesday, June 21, 800 of us
streamed through the halls of
congress in volunteer citizen
lobbyist teams. We marched
with new orders in the form of
a bold new BHAG or Big
Hairy Audacious Goal from
Reynolds: have Congress pass
a bill that places a fee on carbon and returns the revenue to
households by the end of 2017.
As we did, we met with
more senators, representatives
and congressional staff on both
sides of the aisle than ever before. We did so regardless of
their party affiliation or their
public positions on climate
change action. We carried a
message of challenge, encouragement and hope. Climate
change is really happening, really serious, really human
caused and really solvable with
bold collective action. In particular, we explained that Congress best bold and reasonable
step would collect a fee on the
carbon in fossil fuels and return
that money to the American
public on a per-person basis.
We sometimes even told them
we wanted to see such a bill
passed by the end of 2017!
And what about that BHAG?
I think it seems impossible and
preposterous. I also think that
helps make it a worthy climate
change crisis goal. Any substantial climate change legislation has seemed impossible and

Letter to the Editor

preposterous to many, but I believe it is less impossible and


preposterous for 2017 than it
has been for years.
BHAGs motivate and inspire
- once the shock wears off.
After all, if our goals dont
scare us, they may not be big
enough.
For this BHAG to happen,
all of us, not just CCL members, will need to step up our
game by shooting big, aiming
high, going large, or (insert favorite metaphor here). Big climate change action needs to
happen sooner rather than later,
and 2017 is the earliest possible practical deadline. The
past is past, the present 2016
- is paralyzed legislatively by
the November elections and so
2017 is the next best earliest
possibility!
Easy no. Guaranteed
no. Worthwhile yes. Overdue yes.
So, I intend to pop the clutch
and get into gear. Im glad I
am part of CCLs work and you
can be part also. You can help
by contacting your congress
people to support a revenue
neutral carbon fee and dividend
plan (RNCFD). You can help
by learning more about
RNCFD and CCL at CitizensClimateLobby.org. You can
help by getting involved in
your local CCL chapter (email
madison@citizensclimatelobby.org to contact the
Madison-area chapter.)
And whether you go or not,
plan to see me in DC for CCLs
2017 conference!

Dont forget jobs as Brexit factor


To the editor,

In his guest column of last week, Terrence Wall says that the
Brexit vote was a reaction to bureaucracy and regulation by the
EU. He is most likely correct in pointing out that part of the
Leave vote was fueled by a perception that the EU bureaucracy
was too large and had too much power. However, Mr. Wall does

not mention what may well be the major cause of the vote to
leaveglobalization with its free trade and destruction of Britons
jobs. It is not hard to imagine that many voters saw an opportunity
in voting to leave the EU as a way to protest the effects of globalization.
Lawrence J. Landwehr
Middleton

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Kromrey Middle School honors


HONOR ROLL AND
HONORABLE
MENTION
4th QUARTER
KROMREY MIDDLE
SCHOOL

7th Grade Honor Roll


(3.600-4.000)
Bold Denotes 4.0

Addanki, Amruth
Ahmad, Zamaan
Allee, Alyson
Allison, McKenna
Andrews, Olivia
Arrington, Felicity
Ashley, Alexander
Barmore, Zoe
Bertalot, Genevieve
Bishop, Sylvie
Boehnen, Chloe
Borden, Noah
Bresnick, Jaren
Bunz, Victoria
Burns, Eleanor
Carranza, Kelly
Cermak, Ivan
Chang, William
Chau, Trevor

Chirafisi, Isabella
Cho, Jeremy
Clark, Ava
Cliff, Lauren
Colbert, Lynnea
Cole, Aidan
Culp, Jenna
Cushman, Emma
Dahmen, Beau
Daniel, Devin
Dubas, Surina
Eggert, Samuel
Engling, Emery
Evans, Abigail
Ezman, Jaxson
Fischer, Halle
Fisher, Emily
Fleischman, Jude
Flottmeyer, Isaac
Foland, Max
Foley, Sarah
Fox, Lila
Gaab, Molly
Gallay, Amaya
Genyk, Elyse
Gibson, Emma
Glinberg, Talia
Gold, Nathan
Griffith, Nora
Guse, Jonah

Gussel, Chandler
Hallquist, Annika
Halterman, Lauren
Haynes, Madigan
Hellenbrand, Kayley
Hematti, Faranak
Hiorns, Celia
Hodgman, Quinn
Huang, Yale
Huggett, Dana
Hujanen, Caroline
Hursh, Ella
Jambor, Ava
Johnson, Amanda
Joseph, Ezra
Kaplan, Amber
Kasel, Kaden
Kim, Geneghee
Koeshall, Karleigha
Korink Romani, Lara
Krenke, Brett
Kruck, Madeline
Kubsh, Genevieve
Landretti, Jordann
Larson, Eden
LaScala, Lauren
Ledin, Emily
Lent, Hope
Lewandowski, Vivian
Leys, Charles

Liegel, Jaden
Liu, Janna
Mackey, Philip
Madaus, Mason
Mael, Jessica
Malak, Alaina
Mangano, Francesca
Marrione, Alexander
Martin-Rivera, Mary
Matthews Lund, Marli
McDonald, Brielle
Meyer, Madeline
Mintz, Anna
Moriarty, Aidan
Morris, Josephine
Muchacho Moreno, Karlen
Nair, Namita
Nandagopal, Priyadharishini
Nguyen, Morgane
Parker, Sydney
Pasch, Brooke
Pattnaik, Akshita
Perez Wilson, America
Pincombe, Tyler
Pliner, Erin
Rajpal, Noor
Ralphe, Gabrielle
Ratsimihah, Rija
Recob, Mollie
Riter, Henry
Rosenblatt, Yael
Ruhly, Sean
Ryan, Rachel
Sanderson, Glenna
Schink, Elizabeth
Schoenenberger, McKenna
Seiden, Henry
Shaffer, Kathryn
Shirule, Kshitij
Simmons, Taylor
Smith, Nolan
Snortum Haney, Torii
Spalitta, Heidi
Spevacek, Alexia
Stajkovic, Sheldon
Staresinic, Ian
Starr, Alexander
Steele, Nikolaas
Stettner, Nathan
Stricker, Sydney
Taner, Betul
Tankersley, Erin
Taylor, Sophie
Tenley, Ethan
Teschner, Rhiannon
Thompson, Mia
Tung, Amanda
Tung, Ashley
Underkofler, Elle
Viscarra, Addalie
Viscarra, Annaliese
Voiss, Lauren
Wagner, Vivian
Walkington, Avery
Whittingham, Luke
Wiltzius, Gwenyth
Wincek, Althea
Witkovsky, Aidan
Worden, Griffin
Wubben, Ella
Xiao, Madison
Yard, Rachel
Yu, Nicole
Zeaman, Melia
Zopf, Vincent
Zumbrunnen, Abigail
Honorable Mention
(3.400-3.599)
Brenton, Michael
Buxton, Elliott
Ciccione, Daniella

Feltz, Alexander
Finch, George
Garber, Mena
Hensen, Bryce
Holman, Madeline
Kinney, Dominick
Lay, Aung
Marquez Pina, Mireya
Meyer, Ariana
Mourlan, Enzo
Peters-Michaud, Sophia
Prejean, Joseph
Raymond, Alyanna
Santschi, Anna
Shipley, Riley
Szczepanski, Madison
Tutewohl, Benjamin
Warriner, Analise
Westbrook, Jack
8th Grade Honor Roll
(3.600-4.000)
Bold Denotes 4.0

Allawi, Raad
Allen, Mara
Arguello, Yulisa
Baird, Lily
Balasubramaniam, Max
Becker, Maya
Berryman, Hunter
Boorstein, Aaron
Bosch, Annalesse
Boswell, Miles
Braaten, Oliver
Browning, MaryAnn
Brutosky, Carter
Buck, Charlotte
Butler, Gabriella
Carpenter, Wesley
Carranza, Hernan
Castillo, Nicolas
Chang, Annie
Chapman, Mia
Chen, James
Collier, Benjamin 0
Collin, Erica
Compton, Julia
Connell, Madeline
Demitrios, Ada
Dorn, Juliette
Elliott, Georgia
Engle, Elizabeth
Engle, Julian
Espinoza, Isabella
Fattouh, Tarek
Florin, Emily
Fortney, Lauren
Foster, Benjamin
Francois, Kennedy
Frisch, Carson
Frye, Katherine
Fussell, Gianna
Giles, Payton
Goldrosen, Hannah
Gonter, Maeve
Guderyon, Zoe
Hafeman, Lauren
Hauser, Saskia
Healy, Sarah
Hellenbrand, Annika
Hodgman, Casey
Hu, Maylynn
Humphries, Sarah
Hutter, Grace
Inman, Alec
Jenkins, Jesilyn
Joers, Mattie
Johnson, Egan
Jones, Julie
Kean, Joseph
Kessenich, John

Kim, Nathan
Kinne, Natasha
Kostecki, Emma
Lamers, Nathan
Larson, Ava
Lavallee, Raymond
Lee, Jung Won
Leffel, Zachary
Leon Teran, Kimberly
Lim, Cheryl
Lima Sanchez, Julio
Lobaugh, Nicholas
Lohrei, Zoe
Ludtke, Megan
Mackey, Amelia
Malak, Camille
Martinez, Anastasia
Matejka, Kathryn
Maves, Logan
Mayhew, Zachary
McDonough, Maxwell
McGuffey, Lili
Meister, Samantha
Meland, Nolen
Mitchell, Elizabeth
Mormino, Madison
Moyer, Callie
Newcomer, Anja
Nisbet, William
Nurani, Rithika
Ohly, John
Opland, Avery
Patel, Shankhil
Patton, Sophia
Paulsen, Anna
Pflasterer-Jennerjohn, Isaiah
Pierobon Mays, Gabriela
Raval, Serena
Reisinger, Julia
Roach, Gabriella
Roberts, Calvin
Roden, Elena
Roquet, Kendall
Ross, Emily
Roush, Isaac
Rozum, Emma
Sacchetti, Elena
Salyapongse, Zoe
Sanchez Cortes, Cecilia
Schuster, Alexander
Schuster, Emma
Schweber, Emma
Smink, Moniek
Smith, Berkley
Smith, Emmett
Smith, Sydney
Stefanek, Cindy
Stine, Richard
Ulfig, Emily
Vander Sanden, Lauren
Vinje, Kara
Vogt, Jacob
Voss, Nicole
Waddell, Casey
Warren, Quinlan
Weigert, Clare
Zahed, Bjaka
Zeker, Sarah
Zens, Daniel
Zhang, William
Zopf, Magdelena
Honorable Mention
(3.400-3.599)
Collu, Barbara
Dietz, Gavin
Elliott, Brady
Ferderer, Nicholas
Gerkey, Emmett
Hash, Jon Luke
Irwin, Indy D
Kaur, Anjleen
Klug, Claire
Kruck, Andrew
Lehmann, Drake
Ludwig, Delaney
Mosley, Owen
Nutini, Caleb
Richards, Thomas
Rosen, Elizabeth
Saidy, Tida
Scudder, Paul
Soto Garcia, Jorge
Spence, Addison
Tuttle, Peter
Vogt, Isaac.

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FIRST CHOICE
DENTAL
00334921
Will need to be
placed here when
dummy comes back

Mayor Sonnentag, Bernie


Brewer and more on hand
for facility groundbreaking

Photo by Maddie Bremer

On Mondayevening, June 27, the Middleton Baseball & Softball Commission held a ground breaking ceremony for a new indoor practice facility that will be constructed at Fire Fighters Memorial Park, between the existing baseball and soccer complexes.
The 80 x 100 foot facility is being paid for by the MBSC and private/corporate donors. Tri-North Builders is the building contractor, and Middleton Community Bank is providing the building loan. Once completed this fall, the practice facility will be
available to all MBSC players, which has baseball programs for boys age 7 to 18+ and softball programs for girls age 5 to 18.
From left to right: Bernie Brewer, Bennet OConnor age 9, Crosby King age 6, Tom Schmitt MHS Varsity Baseball Coach,
Bernie Lange of Tri-North Builders, Mayor Kurt Sonnentag, Jay Smith MBSC Vice-President, Grace Kalscheuer age 8, and Amy
Siedschlag MHS Assistant Varsity Softball Coach.

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Reischel on
Twitter at
@robreischel

Maly leaving
on a high

Middleton standout in WFCA All-Star Game


by ROB REISCHEL
Times-Tribune

For two years, Cam Maly


proved himself as one of the
best high school running backs
in the state of Wisconsin.
On Saturday night, Maly
gets to show off his talents as a
prep standout one final time.
Maly, who recently graduated from Middleton High
School, was named to the
Wisconsin Football Coaches
Association All-Star Game. The
game, which benefits Childrens
Hospital of Wisconsin, will be
held Saturday night at UWOshkoshs Titan Stadium beginning at 6 p.m.
Maly, who will attend UWWhitewater and play for the
Warhawks beginning this fall,
will compete in the Large
Schools Game and compete for
the South team. There will be an
8-man game and a small schools

game earlier in the day.


It means all my hard work
has definitely paid off, Maly
said last week. This is the best
way to end my high school
career, with the best players in
the state.
Theres no question Maly
has been one of the states elite
players the past two years.
As a junior in 2014, Maly ran
for 1,143 yards. He also scored
19 touchdowns, averaged 5.7
yards per carry and had just one
fumble for a Middleton team
that went 9-2 and won the Big
Eight Conference.
In 2015, Maly battled
through injuries and still finished with 1,003 rushing yards
as Middleton won a second
straight league title. Maly also
led all running backs in the Big
Eight with 16 touchdowns and
averaged 5.6 yards per carry.
He didnt need much
space, Middleton coach Tim

Simon said. If you can get him


a crease, something good is usually going to happen.
Plenty of good will happen
this week as Maly and his teammates prepare for the All-Star
Game.
All football players competing in the all-star game were
required to raise at least $750
for Childrens Hospital. Last
year alone, the 250 football
players competing in the three
games raised $403,000.
The players will spend the
week practicing twice a day and
bonding with teammates at
UW-Whitewater. Then late in
the week, the teams head to
Oshkosh for their final game as
high school athletes.
I will miss playing in front
of crowds full of family and
friends, Maly said.
On Saturday night, hell get
to experience that one last time.

Middleton falls from unbeaten ranks

Times-Tribune photo by Mary Langenfeld

Former Middleton High School standout Cam Maly will compete in the Wisconsin Football
Coaches Association All-Star Game Saturday.

Cross Plains
hands 29ers
first loss
by DENNIS SEMRAU
For the Times-Tribune

Kenny Allen was in a


groove on Sunday afternoon
and the Cross Plains right-hander was just what the
Businessmen needed to deal
host Middleton its first loss of
the season.
Allen tossed a complete
game, scattering six hits and
allowing just one unearned run,
to pace Cross Plains to a 2-1
victory over Middleton in a
Home Talent League Northern
Section Eastern Division amateur
baseball
game
at
Sorenson-Bakken Field.
We needed a lift and he
came out with a strong game.
That was the only way we
could beat these guys, Cross
Plains
manager
Randy
Meinholz said. Middleton is a
great club and Ill tell you
weve been in a little bit of a
slump and we really needed
this. Kenny came up big for
us.
Afterwards, Allen said he
had plenty of help from his
defense, in particular, Will
Doherty behind the plate.
Will Doherty called one
hell of a game, I didnt shake
him off one time, Allen said.
That kid is something special.

Times-Tribune photo by Mary Langenfeld

Drew Farrell and Middletons Home Talent League team suffered their first loss of the season
Sunday.

Hes really fun to play with.


Middleton fell to 11-1 overall, but still holds a comfortable
lead over second place Black
Earth (9-4). Cross Plains
improved to 8-5.
Allen held Middleton without a base hit until Luke
Schafer led off the fourth

inning with a single to center


field. Two outs later, Ross
Hellenbrand singled to right to
put runners at first and third.
But Allen struck out A.J.
Redders on a 2-2 count to set
the tone for Cross Plains. The
Businessmen rebounded from a
tough loss to Waunakee on July

4 with wins over Cazenovia on


Saturday and a come-frombehind win over the 29ers 24
hours later.
Top to bottom Middleton
clearly has the best lineup in
the league. They didnt lose a
game until today, Allen said.
Theres no breaks, nobody

who you can throw it to just


down the middle. Everybody is
a good hitter over there.
Middleton struck first in the
bottom of the fifth inning when
Cole Cook reached base on an
infield error to start the inning.
After Drew Farrell sacrificed
Cook to second, Andrew
Zimmerman singled to left to
put runners on the corners
again.
Brandon Scheidler then
ripped a double to center field
to score Cook for a 1-0 lead.
But that was all the offense the
29ers could muster off Allen,
who kept Middleton at bay the
rest of the game.
Whenever he comes here,
especially at our park, he seems
to dig a little deeper. Scheidler
said of Allen. He made great
pitches all day long with his
slider. He spotted his fastball in
and out all day. You have to tip
your hat to him. We got a couple of good hits on him. We put
guys on. We just couldnt get
the big one today.
Meanwhile, Farrell held
Cross Plains to just two hits
including a one-out double to
Drew Meinholz in the fourth
inning through six innings.
Early on I was just trying
to pitch to contact and get
ahead and work the corners and
thats what was working, said
Farrell, who needed just 64
pitches to get through six
innings. Then in the middle of
the game I started to be a little
picky and throwing for more

strikeout balls. Everything was


working until that last inning.
Its just a hit, walk and error
and it spiraled out of control
pretty quick.
Cross Plains did all of its
damage in the seventh inning
with a little help from the
29ers.
Drew Meinholz led off with
a booming double to left field
and Doherty drew a walk. But
Middleton catcher Kevin
Dubler picked Meinholz off
second base for the first out.
That was huge when I got
thrown out at second. I thought
for sure that was going to come
back and bite me, said
Meinholz, who got caught
leaning towards third base
when Pulvermacher was
unable to get a bunt attempt
down.
Middleton was unable to
take advantage of Dublers
heads-up play, though, when
Farrell
walked
Ryan
Pulvermacher and gave up a
run-scoring single to R.J.
Sarbacher that tied the game, 11.
Shane
Murphy
then
bounced into a force play, but
Pulvermacher came around to
score on a throwing error to
give Allen all the run support
he would need.
I think we hit him hard all
day, Randy Meinholz said of
Farrell, who was replaced by
left-hander Ross Hellenbrand
to open the eighth inning. The
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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

n HTL

first three innings we were


slapping the ball around pretty
good just at people. They started to fall in and we made
(Farrell) throw a lot of pitches
(in the seventh) and we got one
more than they did and thats
what counts.
Middleton responded in its
half of the seventh when
Scheidler led off with an infield
single and moved to second on
a Luke Schafer sacrifice.
But Allen got Dubler to foul
out to Murphy at third base.
Allen then struck out Josh
Hinson one of the most
feared cleanup hitters in the
league on four pitches.
Thats what you want, two
competitors going out there to
just see the best guy win,
Allen said. That at bat, I won.
Hes had his fair share of home
runs off me, so it was nice to
get him once.
Randy Meinholz said issuing Hinson an intentional walk
was an option. But Meinholz
didnt argue with the results.
I actually wanted them to
put Hinson on and he wouldnt
do it, Meinholz said of Allen.
He said, Im going to get
him. He threw him inside and
got him. It was awesome.
Doherty agreed.
I wanted him, too. I knew

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we had his number today,


Doherty said of Hinson, who
was hitless in five at bats. We
just were going good against
him. I dont know what it was,
luck or whatever. Kenny just
pitched outstanding against
him.
Cross Plains loaded the
bases in the top of the eighth
inning with one out against
Hellenbrand, who retired the
next two batters to keep the
game close.
The 29ers then nearly took
advantage of a pair of infield
errors after two outs in their
half of the eighth, putting runners at the corners. But Allen
retired Zimmerman on a comebacker to the mound for the
third out.
Kenny is such a good
pitcher. He hits his spots most
of the time, Doherty said of
Allen. He definitely had his
off-speed pitches working
today. He could change speeds
on them, which was one of the
biggest things keeping them
off-balance.
Middleton had one last
chance to tie the game when
Dubler drew his third walk of
the game with two outs in the
bottom of the ninth. But Allen
retired Hinson on a pop up to
second baseman Shawn Held

to secure the victory.


The plan was just not to
pitch to Dubler. Hes a good
left-handed hitter. I just wanted
to pitch around him and take
our chances with Hinson,
Allen said. So that was the
game plan, otherwise just pitch
strikes and get ahead and see
what happens.
Middleton
manager
Brandon Hellenbrand said
leaving 12 runners on base didnt help either.
Our offense putting up one
unearned run isnt going to cut
it for us, Brandon Hellenbrand
said. Were a team that should
be putting up six, seven, eight
runs a game.
We couldnt get the big hit
today. We had guys on. We had
opportunities, a couple of big
opportunities with our big bats
up. Kenny (Allen) did a great
job of throwing strikes and
coming right at guys and getting outs.

Cross Plains .... 000000200 2 6 3


Middleton ....... 000 010000 16 1
Pitching (IP-H-ER-BB-K): Cross
Plains Allen (W, 9-6-0-3-4).
Middleton Farrell (L, 7-5-1-2-4),
Hellenbrand (2-1-0-1-2).
Hitting leaders: Cross Plains
Meinholz (2x3). 2B Meinholz 2.
Middleton Scheidler (2x5),
Hellenbrand (2x4). 2B Scheidler.

continued from page 10

Mt. Horeb/Pine Bluff 5,


West Middleton 4 Jared
Schaaf drove in the game-winning run with a single in the
bottom of the ninth.
W. Middleton .. 200 200 000 4 12 2
MHPB ............. 310 000 001 5 10 2
Pitchers (ip-h-er-bb-so)
Payne (W; 9-12-4-3-5); Liegett (L; 8.110-4-5-5).
Leading hitters WM
Drunasky (2x5), Everson (2x5), Gaab
(2x4), Schooneld (3x5), Statz (2x4). 2B
Drunasky. MHPB Hefty (2x5), K.
Krantz (4x5), Schaaf (2x5).

Lodi 6, Black Earth 4


The visiting Bombers had 10
hits, but fell at Lodi.

Black Earth .... 210 000 010 4 10 1


Lodi ................. 011 010 21x 6 12 2
Pitchers (ip-h-er-bb-so)
Manke (2.1-3-1-0-2), Rothwell (W; 6.27-2-2-7), Hinz (L; 3-4-3-4-2), Potuznik
(5-7-2-2-5).
Leading hitters L Hughey
(3x5), Manke (2x4), Miller (3x4). 2B
Clapper, Manke. BE Capener (3x5),
Traxler (2x4). 2B Barsness,
Lobenstein.

Waunakee 2, Ashton 1
Blake Bieri pitched a complete
game and earned the win for
host Waunakee.

Ashton ............... 000 000 001 1 4 3


Waunakee ......... 001 100 00x 2 4 0
Pitchers (ip-h-er-bb-so) Bieri
(W; 9-4-1-1-5), Lavery (L; 8-4-1-0-3).
Leading hitters A Meier
(2x3), Prochaska (2x3).

S PORTS B RIEFS
Lacrosse standouts

PAGE 11

Several Middleton High School athletes were recently


named to the all-conference team for girls lacrosse.
Middletons Eleanor Mackey was named the Co-Player of
the Year.
Attacker Abby Drake, defender Steph Jarosz and goalie Mia
Acker were named first-team all-conference.

Womens golf scores

MWGA
July 6
Flight A
Low Gross: Martha Brusegar and Cindy Klein, 47
Low net: Cathy Rechlicz, 35
Flight B
Low gross: Pat Adler, 46
Low net: Pat Adler, 26
Flight C
Low gross: Myrna McNatt, 55
Low net: Myrna McNatt, 32

Parkcrest
July 5
Flight A: Ann Athas and Sandi Wysock, 47
Flight B: Bonnie Snyder, 51
Flight C: Sharon Fassbender, 60

MWGA
June 29
Flight A
Low Gross: Cindy Klein, 42
Low Net: Cindy Klein, 30
Flight B
Low Gross: Roxie Gottsaker, 51
Low Net: Sally Weidemann, 34
Flight C
Low Gross: Mary Ellen Ripp and Linda Underwood, 60
Low Net: Myrna McNatt, 36

Parkcrest
June 28
Flight A: Susan Hyland, 48
Flight B: Marlene Jaskaniec, 58
Flight C: Carolyn Coffey, 60

MWGA
June 22
Flight A
Low Gross: Cindy Klein, 47
Low Net: Cindy Klein, 35
Play of the Day: Cindy Klein
Flight B
Low Gross: Roxie Gottsacker, 49
Low Net: Roxie Gottsacker, 34
Play of the Day: Roxie Gottsacker
Flight C
Low Gross: Myrna McNutt, 56
Low Net: Mary Ellen Ripp, 31
Play of the Day: Wendy Johnson

Parkcrest
June 21
Flight A: Ann Athas and Monnie Vena, 49
Flight B: Ellie Hall, 58
Flight C: Carolyn Coffey, 62

Gators divers
edge Monona
PAGE 12

The Middleton Gators dive


team returned home last Friday
and edged Monona, 47-43. Top
finishers in each category are
shown below.
Middleton also hosted
Shorewood on Tuesday and
travel to Hawks Landing on
Friday at 5 p.m.
Results of the Monona
match are listed below.

10 & Under Girls

1. Addison Worth, MO,


102.20
2. Marisa Gorwitz, MI,
101.50
3. Kendyl Mabie, MO,
84.85

10 & Under Boys

1. Dominic Rees, MI,


107.97
2. Harrison Armstrong, MI,
106.80
3. Mason Mabie, MO, 95.6

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THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

11-12 Girls

1. Ella Mock, MI, 173.3


2. Mati Mabie, MO, 159.9
3. Megg Weiler, MI, 153.35

11-12 Boys

1. Garrett Ballweg, MI,


152.4
2. Jack Madigan, MI,
127.85
3. Sam Shebang, MO, 110.6

13-14 Girls

1. McKenna Genyk, MI,


137.5

13-14 Boys

1. Steven Blew, MO, 152.5


2. Will Blew, MO, 129.3
3. Logan Moreland, MO,
127.1

15-18 Boys

1. Noah Krantz, MI, 183.85


2. Ben McDade, MO,
146.55

State champs!

Photo submitted

Middletons 13-year-old baseball team recently won the state championship and is now headed to World Series in
Des Moines, Iowa. The World Series began Wednesday and runs through July 18. Middleton, which has a record of
24-4-1, is the only team from Wisconsin that qualified for the 32-team tournament.
From left are Max Foland, Aidan Williams, Nick Heise, Nolan Dunn, Bryce Hensen, Jacob Andler, Josh Stumpf,
Trey Hewuse, Nolan Smith, Parker Winkler and Ruben Emmerich. The team is coached by Jay Smith, Dan Dunn,
Todd Winkler and Bret Hewuse.

Stingrays roll past Sauk


THURSDAY, JULY 14, 2016

The Cross Plains Stingrays


defeated Sauk Prairie, 474-188,
last week. Top Stingrays performances are listed below:

Girls 8&U 50 Meter Free


1. Shelby Ehlke 45.50
2. Addie Dorn 48.21
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Back
1. Sloane Hanson 27.37
3. Maureen Spann 36.28
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Breast
1. Shelby Ehlke 27.82
2. Addie Dorn 29.41
Girls 8&U 25 Meter Fly
1. Sloane Hanson 25.95
2. Shelby Ehlke 26.09
Girls 8&U 100 Meter Free Relay
2. Cross Plains A 1:51.52
(Addie Dorn, Sophia Eisele,
Maureen Spann, Sloane Hanson)
Girls 8&U 100 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:45.46
(Mallory Peters, Addie Dorn,
Sloane Hanson, Shelby Ehlke)

Girls 9-10 50 Meter Free


1. Lily Mair 34.13
Girls 9-10 100 Meter Free
1. Annika Van Buren 1:18.11
2. Ellie Eisele 1:31.15
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Back
1. Lainie Laszewski 41.57
2. Annika Van Buren 44.07
Girls 9-10 100 Meter IM
1. Lainie Laszewski 1:37.18
3. Ellie Eisele 1:51.69
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Breast
1. Lily Mair 45.25
3. Ava Halanski 1:00.08
Girls 9-10 50 Meter Fly
1. Lily Mair 40.03
2. Lainie Laszewski 47.07
Girls 9-10 200 Meter Free Relay
1 Cross Plains A 2:39.82 (Izzy
Ensenberger, Ava Halanski, Lily
Mair, Annika Van Buren)
Girls 9-10 200 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 3:05.53
(Lainie
Laszewski,
Izzy
Ensenberger, Annika Van Buren,
Linda Colon)

Girls 11-12 50 Meter Free


1. Ella Halanski 32.51
2. Rylie Bauman 32.76
3. Madeline Phaneuf 33.02
Girls 11-12 100 Meter Free
2. Rylie Bauman 1:12.46
3. Ella Halanski 1:13.59
Girls 11-12 50 Meter Back
1. Emma Flad 41.25
3. Ella Halanski 42.82
Girls 11-12 100 Meter IM
1. Rylie Bauman 1:25.39
2. Sydney Knutowski 1:26.19
Girls 11-12 50 Meter Breast
2. Sydney Knutowski 45.81
3. Sadie Schreier-Jacobson
45.98
Girls 11-12 50 Meter Fly
1. Madeline Phaneuf 36.96
2. Sydney Knutowski 38.62
3. Abby Ensenberger 44.21
Girls 11-12 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:13.19 (Ella
Halanski, Madeline Phaneuf,
Sydney Knutowksi, Rylie Bauman)
Girls 11-12 200 Meter Medley
Relay
2. Cross Plains A 2:46.59 (Abby
Utter,
Emma
Flad,
Abby
Ensenberger, Sadie SchreierJacobson)

Girls 13-14 50 Meter Free


1. Kaitlyn Peters 30.43
2. Ashlyn Phaneuf 31.51
Girls 13-14 200 Meter Free
1. Kaitlyn Peters 2:23.07
2. Ashlyn Phaneuf 2:38.83
Girls 13-14 50 Meter Back
1. Makenna Licking 34.63
3. Lauryn Abozeid 37.81
Girls 13-14 100 Meter IM
1. Makenna Licking 1:12.99
2. Ashlyn Phaneuf 1:24.00
Girls 13-14 50 Meter Breast
1. Makenna Licking 38.88
3. Elena Jensen 41.84
Girls 13-14 50 Meter Fly
1. Kaitlyn Peters 33.25
Girls 13-14 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:04.35
(Kaitlyn Peters, Ashlyn Phaneuf,
Elena Jensen, Makenna Licking)
Girls 13-14 200 Meter Medley
Relay

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2. Cross Plains A 2:32.90


(Lauryn Abozeid, Shae-Lynn
Kruchten, Lane LaBoda, Cheyanne
Bodenstein)

Girls 15-18 50 Meter Free


1. Samantha Roll 28.82
3. Nicole McCue 29.75
Girls 15-18 200 Meter Free
1. Samantha Roll 2:17.89
2. Nicole McCue 2:25.95
3. Ashley Flad 2:29.88
Girls 15-18 50 Meter Back
2. Samantha Roll 33.02
3. Nicole McCue 34.53
Girls 15-18 100 Meter IM
1. Hannah Aegerter 1:10.62
Girls 15-18 50 Meter Breast
1. Hannah Aegerter 38.31
3. Grace LaBoda 41.37
Girls 15-18 50 Meter Fly
2. Hannah Aegerter 31.63
3. Tryn Peterson 32.14
Girls 15-18 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:59.45
(Hannah Aegerter, Tryn Peterson,
Lauren Kalvin, Samantha Roll)
3. Cross Plains B 2:13.70
(Eleanor Chomiak, Irene Wright,
Emma Hinz, Claire Larsen)
Girls 15-18 200 Meter Medley
Relay
2. Cross Plains A 2:24.32
(Nicole McCue, Grace LaBoda,
Emma Neumann, Ashley Flad)
3. Cross Plains B 2:42.32
(Autumn Grim, Claire Larsen, Ali
Thompson, Irene Wright)
Boys 8&U 25 Meter Free
1. Caden Van Buren 16.09
Boys 8&U 50 Meter Free
1. Caden Van Buren 36.39
Boys 8&U 25 Meter Back
1. Liam Mair 23.63
Boys 8&U 25 Meter Breast
2. Cahner Vitense 29.34
3. Evan Myers 33.56
Boys 8&U 25 Meter Fly
1. Caden Van Buren 17.85
Boys 8&U 100 Meter Free Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:33.16 (Eli
Knutowski, Cahner Vitense, Evan
Myers, Liam Mair)
2. Cross Plains B 2:06.45 (Duke
Allen, Roman Blaha, Henry
Zanton, Griffin Bauman)
Boys 8&U 100 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:38.33 (Liam
Mair, Cahner Vitense, Caden Van
Buren, Eli Knutowski)
3. Cross Plains B 2:22.37 (Evan
Myers, Griffin Bauman, Karl
Schaefer, Roman Blaha)

Boys 9-10 50 Meter Free


1. Henry Bohachek 36.10
2. Cowan Vitense 38.27
Boys 9-10 100 Meter Free
1. Henry Bohachek 1:25.78
2. Cowan Vitense 1:28.20
3. Tony Peters 1:29.81
Boys 9-10 50 Meter Back
1. Kyle Pape 45.87
3. Cowan Vitense 50.00
Boys 9-10 100 Meter IM
1. Kristian Peterson 1:30.94
2. Henry Bohachek 1:37.96
Boys 9-10 50 Meter Breast
1. Kristian Peterson 46.71
Boys 9-10 50 Meter Fly
2. Kristian Peterson 46.00
3. Tony Peters 51.78
Boys 9-10 200 Meter Free Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:38.36 (Tony
Peters, Noah Dorn, Jack Johnson,
Kristian Peterson)
3. Cross Plains B 3:33.59
(Kyler Mahoney, Dominic Frost,
James Miller, Nolan Goth)
Boys 9-10 200 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:59.50 (Kyle
Pape,
Josh
Leslie,
Henry
Bohachek, Cowan Vitense)

Boys 11-12 50 Meter Free


1. Kaden Peterson 32.17
2. Jaden Pape 35.47
Boys 11-12 100 Meter Free
1. Kaden Peterson 1:13.59
2. Erik Peterson 1:15.20
Boys 11-12 50 Meter Back
1. Jaden Pape 39.78
2. Ian Richardson 41.45
Boys 11-12 100 Meter IM
1. Kaden Peterson 1:25.53
2. Jaden Pape 1:35.47
3. Harry Anderson 1:40.27
Boys 11-12 50 Meter Breast

2. Justin Kalsbeek 53.01


2. Ian Richardson 53.13
Boys 11-12 50 Meter Fly
1. Erik Peterson 39.12
3. Ian Richardson 42.94
Boys 11-12 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:46.70 (Ian
Richardson, Justin Kalsbeek, Ryan
Roenneburg, Mark Virnig)
Boys 11-12 200 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 2:44.21
(Jaden Pape, Harry Anderson, Erik
Peterson, Kaden Peterson)
3. Cross Plains B 3:49.88 (Mark
Virnig, Ian McCulley, Ryan
Roenneburg, Max Blaha)

Boys 13-14 50 Meter Free


1. Owen Roenneburg 27.31
2. Sam Larsen 29.40
3. Nick Hinz 29.77
Boys 13-14 200 Meter Free
2. Ian Bohachek 2:40.45
Boys 13-14 50 Meter Back
1. Sam Larsen 34.15
2. Owen Roenneburg 35.64
Boys 13-14 100 Meter IM
1. Forrest Peterson 1:12.72
2. Sam Larsen 1:15.27
3. Parker Van Buren 1:16.17
Boys 13-14 50 Meter Breast
1. Parker Van Buren 38.89
2. Ian Bohachek 41.44
Boys 13-14 50 Meter Fly
1. Forrest Peterson 29.03
2. Nick Hinz 31.88
3. Owen Roenneburg 32.14
Boys 13-14 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:54.14
(Owen Roenneburg, Parker Van
Buren, Nick Hinz, Forrest
Peterson)
Boys 13-14 200 Meter Medley
Relay
2. Cross Plains A 2:21.15 (Sam
Larsen, Ian Bohachek, Forrest
Peterson, Eli Duzan)

Boys 15-18 50 Meter Free


3. Max Hollfelder 26.50
Boys 15-18 200 Meter Free
2. Ethan Lengfeld 2:17.87
Boys 15-18 50 Meter Back
2. Erick Grelle 30.07
Boys 15-18 100 Meter IM
1. Jacob Aegerter 1:02.87
Boys 15-18 50 Meter Breast
1. Ethan Lengfeld 33.52
2. Tom McGovern 33.89
Boys 15-18 50 Meter Fly
2. Jacob Aegerter 27.15
Boys 15-18 200 Meter Free
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:46.53 (Max
Hollfelder, Erick Grelle, Ethan
Lengfeld, Jacob Aegerter)
3 Cross Plains B 2:04.87 (Tim
Dusek, Sam Gessler, Colin
Kalsbeek, Jon Henry Roll)
Boys 15-18 200 Meter Medley
Relay
1. Cross Plains A 1:57.03 (Erick
Grelle, Ethan Lengfeld, Jacob
Aegerter, Max Hollfelder)
3. Cross Plains B 2:04.09 (John
Virnig, Tom McGovern, Jacob
Trepcyzk, Tim Utter)

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