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Tue
29
Feb

Hawks beat Truckers for incredible win

Leader Sports Editor

SHAWANO The madness of March began a day early for Shawano basketball fans as the Hawks nearly found themselves done for the season at the hands of Clintonville Tuesday night in opening-round action of the WIAA Tournament. The Hawks rallied from 15 points down in the final period to beat the Truckers 68-60 in overtime to move on to the second round.

Tue
29
Feb

Wildcats, Panthers still alive in WIAA action

Leader Sports Editor

GRESHAM The Gresham boys basketball team extended its season at least one more game Tuesday night with a 59-48 win over Tri-County in WIAA regional action. The Wildcats built an 18 point lead heading into the final period and held on for the 11-point win.

Mon
28
Feb

Green optimistic about agriculture

Leader photo by Joe Vandel

Congressman Mark Green (R-Green Bay), left, tells those gathered at a public meeting in Pulaski Monday that he and the rest of the Wisconsin congressional delegation will keep trying to obtain dairy pricing reform. Wisconsin Agriculture Secretary Ben Brancel, right, listens as Green explains about the need for opening new markets for Wisconsin farm products. Both agree when the 2002 farm bill comes up for debate in congress, it will be the best time to push for price reform.

By Joe Vandel

Leader Reporter

Mon
28
Feb

Former Marion coach pleads innocent to disorderly charges

Leader Reporter

Former Marion varsity wrestling coach Daniel K. Lowney Monday entered not guilty pleas to two counts of disorderly conduct during an initial appearance in Shawano County Circuit Court.

Judge Thomas Grover set June 7 at 1:30 for a pre-trial conference.

If convicted on both counts Lowney could be fined as much as $2,000 and be ordered to serve as much as 180 days in jail.

Mon
28
Feb

Ex-coach pleads not guilty

Leader Reporter

Former Marion varsity wrestling coach Daniel K. Lowney Monday entered not guilty pleas to two counts of disorderly conduct during an initial appearance in Shawano County Circuit Court.

Judge Thomas Grover set June 7 at 1:30 for a pre-trial conference.

If convicted on both counts Lowney could be fined as much as $2,000 and be ordered to serve as much as 180 days in jail.

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