Wednesday, October 24, 2012
Friends of Cary Robuck's daughter are putting together a fundraiser, which is now being supported by the Racine County Sheriff's Department and they are hoping the community will show its support.
A number of friends are rallying around Cary Robuck’s family as they cope with the gruesome reality of her death by holding a fundraiser in her honor. Robuck was the 35-year-old mother of Horlick High School cheerleader Mariah Sturm, and she was very close with her boyfriend’s daughter Kira Scheffler, who is also a cheerleader. Cary was killed when Radcliffe Haughton, 45, opened fire Sunday morning at the Azana Salon in Brookfield. Thomas Stark, a senior at Horlick High School, Mariah Sturm, and Kira are friends. Stark started planning the fundraiser shortly after the news of Robuck’s death. Robuck’s family has asked that their friends not speak to the media for now. However, Fiona Murphy, said Stark has the support from Robuck’s family …
Saturday, October 13, 2012
Add your photos, and tweet from the game using @CaledoniaPatch. We'll be rooting you on at the game Rebels! Good luck tonight.
Friday, September 28, 2012
Welcome to Patch’s Postseason Possibilities, where we take a look at each high school team in the Milwaukee Patch area and break down its postseason chances.
Hey, high school football fans, want to know if your favorite team will be playing in this year’s WIAA postseason? Want to know what they need to get in? Well, welcome to Patch’s Postseason Possibilities, where we take a look at each high school team in the Milwaukee Patch area and break down its postseason chances. Records and scenarios are updated as of 11 a.m. Sept. 28. Look for an update to include this weekend’s game by noon Oct. 1. (to get in, a team needs four or more league wins) In for sure Waukesha West (3-2, 3-1): OK, the Wolverines haven’t locked up a playoff berth yet, and they have back-to-back tough games with Catholic Memorial on Sept. 28 and Arrowhead on Oct. 4, but they finish the season with winless Waukesha North on Oct…
Sunday, September 23, 2012
You're busy -- here's who won the Horlick High School Football game, how you can sell your crafts, what your Village Board will be talking about, and several key events happening in your community. Have a great week!
1. The Horlick Rebel Football team won against the Case Eagles 43 to 20. Check out the photos here. Their next game against Bradford High School will be held at 7 p.m. Sept 28 at Horlick Field. Great job guys! 2. Have crafts to sell? Case High School will be hosting a Holiday Craft Fair from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 10. They are accepting registration forms for crafters interested in displaying their wares. The registration deadline is Oct. 19. To register for the fair, click here and download the application form. Send your completed application form to: Manteufel/Case Art Club, 7345 Washington Ave. Racine, WI, 53406. If you have any questions, please contact Rebecca Manteufel at email@example.com or call 708-577-3101. The Case High…
Saturday, September 22, 2012
Runners from Park and Horlick took to the course at the Cross Country Invitational at Muskego High School Saturday.
Athletes from Washington Park and Racine Horlick took part in the Warrior Invitational Saturday at Denoon Park in Muskego. Patch was there to capture some of the moments in photos, but we'd love to see pictures you took, too! Results were not available at the time we posted this photo gallery, but readers can check for how their athlete faired at this website: http://www.wisconsinrunner.com/wccca/results12.php?week=4 www.pttiming.com
Sunday, September 2, 2012
Love the Horlick High School football team? Well this is your space.
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Wednesday, July 25, 2012
If your child goes to Horlick High School and they want to play sports this fall, here's all you need to know.
If your Horlick High School student is interested in playing sports this fall, you'll need to get them registered. Sign-up dates vary, so you'll need to check the calendar.
Monday, June 11, 2012
Abigail Lyon reviewed her classmates' high school career, from awkward freshmen to confident seniors at their Sunday graduation ceremony.
Abigail Lyon offered this speech to her classmates on Sunday, June 10, as she spoke at Horlick High School's graduation ceremony. Good afternoon. I am humbled and honored to be speaking to you all today and I’d like to express my deepest gratitude for all of the staff and administrators who have poured countless hours of dedication into the success of our graduating class of 2012. I’d also like to thank all of the parents, grandparents and guardians out there for supporting and providing for us – even during the roughest of times. But most importantly, I’d like to thank the graduating class of 2012 for the unforgettable past four years and for the opportunity to be a part of such an intelligent and inspiring group of young adults. Last …
Sunday, June 10, 2012
In a Sunday afternoon ceremony, Horlick High School graduates concluded their high school careers.
Prinicipal Angela Ress Apmann shared her first day at Horlick High School with the freshmen who would become the class of 2012. At Sunday afternoon's graduation ceremony, she told students she would always remember their first day at the school, because it was her first day, too. "This is an amazing journey you and I have shared together," she said. "I remember asking you to stand for teh pledge, and you did, but you kept talking through it. I thought, 'Oh, no. You can do better.' We did it again, and you did." She presented two students with the Principal Leadership Scholarship — Brianna Murray and Angel Cuellar — and she recognized Salutatorian Renee Shields and Valedictorian Abigail Lyon. Lyon gave the Farewell Address. She talked …
Thursday, May 17, 2012
The school won a concert from KISS FM and the students had a great afternoon listening to the Wanted, Meghan and Liz and Tom Fiss.
RACINE - 2.3 million votes told three pop bands just how committed the students at Horlick High School are to an anti-bullying campaign, which is the reason why the bands -- The Wanted, Megan & Liz, and Tom Fiss -- rocked their gymnasium on Thursday afternoon. The three bands came to visit the school after they had won a contest by being the top vote getting school. Each voted represented a promise to not bully their classmates. The contest and concert was sponsored by the radio station KISS FM 103.7. And the student body held up their end of the bargain. The girls proposed marriage to the members of the British boy band The Wanted and Tom Fiss, the boys invited Megan & Liz to come down front for a chat and a photo. The screamed, the sang…