Beloit Memorial Boys Junior Varsity Basketball

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Knights Hire New Girls Basketball Coach

BMHS hires Johnson to coach girls hoops By JIM FRANZ Co-Sports Editor BELOIT—Dilonna Johnson said when she was playing point guard in high school and as a collegiate her coaches would often tell her she should someday look into a coaching career. “I always told them, ‘No way,’ but I think that’s just a kid

Former Purple Knight Hooper Tony Carr

Tony Carr: learn from history and treat others how you want to be treated By HILLARY GAVAN Senior staff writer Beloit athletic legend and author Tony Carr likes to not only talk about history, but show it. His collection of more than 500 pieces of Black memorabilia, including many offensive items, are painful but important

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Safety is Primary Concern

Beard on Board: Safety is primary concern By JIM FRANZ Co-Sports Editor BELOIT—Beloit Memorial High School Athletic Director Joel Beard presented an update on how athletics might open to the School District of Beloit Board of Education Tuesday night. The Board chose to hold off on approving his plan until the fall reopening plans for students

Bautch hired again by Knights

Bautch hired again by Knights By JIM FRANZ Co-Sports Editor BELOIT—Shane Bautch believes he has an advantage facing the challenge of turning around Beloit Memorial’s boys basketball fortunes. He’s done this before. Bautch was 30 years old and already a successful high school coach when he was first hired to guide the 2000-01 Purple Knights.

All-Time Beloit Hoops Team

Miller picks an All-Time Beloit hoops team BELOIT—Turns out we’re not the only ones delving into local sports history to find a way to fill both time and space, hopefully in an entertaining and educational way. Mark Miller, the editor of the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook, has researched the history of basketball in Wisconsin and produced