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Tue
25
Sep

Hawks beaten in final seconds

SHAWANO -- It was cold, it was windy, it was almost a win for the injury plagued Shawano Hawks soccer team Monday.

But it was not to be for the Hawks on this day, as they were beaten with less than 20 seconds remaining in the game.

There was a scramble for the ball 15 yards outside the Hawks goal, where Marinette was able take the ball, cross it to the other side of the box for the game-winner with 18 seconds to go.

Mon
24
Sep

O'Connell ready to have more points this week

BOWLER -- Nicole O'Connell has been playing volleyball since fifth grade, after beginning because she liked the sport.

"My parents sort of had a role in that, they told me if I didn't like it, I didn't have to stay in," said O'Connell.

Now, O'Connell is in her junior year of high school and according to Coach Val Fehrman, she is one of the most consistent server on the team.

"She is also a very good hustler, I would say about 95 percent of the time she is there for the second hit," said Fehrman.

Mon
24
Sep

Hawks take game to Mad-Town

It won't be the Division Two State Championships, but it will include the Hawks football team playing a game at Camp Randall Stadium on Friday against West De Pere in the Badger Classic.

"You don't qualify to go, you just ask to go." Shawano head coach Duane Gray adds, "It gives the kids a chance to play and have fun in a different kind of environment that some of them will never be in."

Wed
19
Sep

Wildcats and Panthers tangle on parent's night

GRESHAM -- It was a chance for the Gresham girls volleyball team to thank their parent's for years of support Tuesday night. Those people that came to the match against Bowler were also rewarded with a win.

Gresham came out hot winning the first game 15-7, but losing the second 3-15.

The Bonduel girls freshman and JV volleyball teams both swept Manawa in three games, but the night was not as good for the varsity team they lost two of three and drop to 1-5 in conference play this season.

Wed
19
Sep

Injuries cost Hawks against Pulaski

SHAWANO -- The Hawks soccer team is struggling this season and coach Andy Maciejewski knows it. Youth, inexperience, injuries, he's seen it.

"I know what this is like, I have been through it all before," he said.

Tuesday night, the Hawks lost 10-0 at home against Pulaski on parent's night, but still they do not give up.

The Gresham Wildcats also had their hands full Tuesday as they took on Valley Christian of Oshkosh, falling 5-2.

Wed
19
Sep

Tigerton sweeps past Almond

ALMOND -- The Tigerton volleyball team had a close first game on Tuesday, winning 15-10 against Almond, after that first game, the Tigers kept Almond down to single digits to win the match 3-0. The other scores were 15-6 and 15-7.

The Chargers began their match in a good way on Thursday, winning 15-13 against Weyauwega in the first game, but soon feel apart and lost the next two, 10-15 and 5-15.

Wed
19
Sep

Bears take first at Eagles' Invite

KESHENA -- Both the Bonduel boys and girls teams took first place at the Menominee Indian cross country meet held Tuesday.

The Bonduel girls team took first with 34 points, led by Jessica Berger in first with a time of 15:44 while her sister, Jackie took second in 16:02.

In boys cross country action, the Bonduel boys team also took first with 38 points, with Paul Boettcher finishing first for the team in second place with a time of 17:56.

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