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Tue
18
Jan

Remmel honored

for the Leader

APPLETON Shawano native Lee Remmel was honored Tuesday night with the annual Red Smith Award at the 35th Annual Red Smith Sports Award Banquet.

Remmel said the award ranks right at the top of honors he's received, right up there with being inducted into the Packer Hall of Fame in 1996.

Tue
18
Jan

Participation in relay for life triples

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Seven-year-old Katie Culhane, left, and five-year-old Kyle Schneider will again serve as the honorary chairpersons for the second annual Shawano/Menominee County American Cancer Society Indoor Relay for Life to be held Saturday, Jan. 22 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Both youngsters are cancer survivors.

By Amy Weaver

Leader Reporter

In only a year, organizers of the second annual Shawano/Menominee County American Cancer Society Indoor Relay for Life have increased participation and donations to almost triple last year's numbers.

Tue
18
Jan

Hawk wrestlers grounded by Truckers

Leader Sports Editor

CLINTONVILLE Old Bay Conference rivals returned to the mat Tuesday night in a non-conference wrestling match when Clintonville handed Shawano a 39-33 loss. After taking a 33-24 lead with three matches left, the Hawks found themselves on the losing end of all three matches on their way to the loss.

The Hawks jumped out to the early lead when Josh Theis, wrestling in the 103 pound match, won a 17-0 technical fall over Clintonville's Mitch Thiel to put the Hawks up 5-0.

Tue
18
Jan

Gresham keeps Tigers winless in CWS

Leader Sports Editor

GRESHAM The Gresham boys basketball team picked up a big win with a 49-43 victory over Tigerton keeping pace with CWS Conference front-runners Tuesday night. After falling behind at the half the Wildcats played a tough third quarter to send the Tigers home with their ninth loss in a row.

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