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27
Sep

Milwaukee high school honors Wallace

"If Frank were playing today," Frank Wallace's high school coach Herm Buechel said, "he could bypass college and go right into the pros as a punter."

Wallace, a Shawano resident for 25 years, was honored earlier this year for his athletic career at Milwaukee Messmer High School.

Wallace was inducted into Messmer's athletic hall of fame.

Wallace was a standout football player in the 1960s and earned third team All-State and first team All-Conference honors his senior year.

Tue
27
Sep

Four inducted into Shawano hall of fame

"This is a good thing to see," Bryce Rodriguez said standing in Shawano Community High School's commons Saturday.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Rodriguez, his older brother Jared Rodriguez and his younger brother Jordan Rodriguez, a freshman at SCHS, were at the Shawano sports hall of fame induction ceremony to accept the honor on behalf of their mother, Shelley Rodriguez (nee Rouse), who passed away Aug.

Tue
27
Sep

Four inducted into Shawano hall of fame

"This is a good thing to see," Bryce Rodriguez said standing in Shawano Community High School's commons Saturday.

Rodriguez, his older brother Jared Rodriguez and his younger brother Jordan Rodriguez, a freshman at SCHS, were at the Shawano sports hall of fame induction ceremony to accept the honor on behalf of their mother, Shelley Rodriguez (nee Rouse), who passed away Aug. 24.

Tue
27
Sep

Hawks get win over conference-leading Hortonville

The Hortonville Polar Bears varsity soccer team came into Tuesday night's soccer match against the Shawano Hawks tied with Seymour for first place in the Bay Conference.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The Hawks came away with a 4-2 victory and proved they could compete with the best teams in the conference.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"It was a big win for us to kind of upset some things in the conference and prove that this is where we should have been all along," Shawano coach Bob Croschere said.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->

Tue
27
Sep

Hawks get win over conference-leading Hortonville

The Hortonville Polar Bears varsity soccer team came into Tuesday night's soccer match against the Shawano Hawks tied with Seymour for first place in the Bay Conference.

The Hawks came away with a 4-2 victory and proved they could compete with the best teams in the conference.

"It was a big win for us to kind of upset some things in the conference and prove that this is where we should have been all along," Shawano coach Bob Croschere said.

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