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Sun
14
Apr

Three Shawano Youth Wrestlers heading to nationals

Three Shawano Youth Wrestlers will be heading to nationals this year after competing at the Greco-style state wrestling meet in Middleton, Wisconsin

Competing at the nationals will be Sam Coe, Cody Siolka and Lukus Bohm.

To qualify for the nationals, each wrestler had to place in fourth place or higher.

The nationals will be held from June 12 - June 15 in Waterloo, Iowa at the Northern Plains Tournament (the nationals).

Sun
14
Apr

Anvelink wins opening night LM feature

The Shawano Speedway opened its 2002 racing season Saturday night with 116 race cars in the pit area and a full grandstand. There were 26 WISSOTA Late Models, 13 Limited Late Models, 45 IMCA Modifieds and 32 IMCA Stock Cars on hand. Opening night winners included Terry Anvelink in the WISSOTA Late Model division, Jerry Wilinski in the IMCA Stock Car division and Gary Janke in the Limited Late Model division. The IMCA Modified feature was not run due to the curfew.

Fri
12
Apr

Shawano Speedway kicks off its racing season

The Shawano Speedway began its 42nd year of racing on Saturday with the running of the WAPL 105.7 FM Icebreaker 100. The action will began at 6:30 p.m. WISSOTA Late Models, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Stock Cars and Limited Late Models competed during the weekly program.

Fri
12
Apr

Lady Hawks continue unbeaten season

HOWARD -- The Shawano Softball team is looking better and better every game as they defeated Bay Port in both games of a doubleheader on Saturday.

Bay Port wouldn't give up the first game easily as the teams went to 13 innings, with Brittany Hansen pitching all of them and then going on to pitch seven more in the second game of the doubleheader.

Shawano defeated the Pirates 2-1 in the first game.

Hansen went the distance in the first game, giving up 10 hits and striking out 18.

Fri
12
Apr

Hawks drop both games in doubleheader home opener

The Shawano Baseball team played a doubleheader against Bay Port for their home opener on Saturday, losing both of the games.

The first game found the Hawks down by only one, 5-4 at the end while the second game had Bay Port winning, 7-5.

"We didn't play ball very well, we have too many errors and Bay Port capitalized," said Shawano coach Dean Kugler.

The Hawks ended the doubleheader with a total of 15 errors.

Fri
12
Apr

Tigerton defeats Marion in close game at Mustangs Tourney

MARION -- The Marion Softball team held their annual tournament on Saturday, with Tigerton and Almond-Bancroft taking part in the tournament.

The results of the first game against Almond-Bancroft and Marion were unavailable by deadline.

The second game of the tournament was with Tigerton taking on Almond-Bancroft, with the Tigers smashing down the Eagles, 13-3.

"We hit the ball pretty good and kept our errors down," said Tigerton coach Glenda Smith.

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