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09
Jun

Makers, Ghosts boys’ tennis teams end season at FVA tourney

After the conclusion of Saturday’s Fox Valley Association Conference Tournament, the Kimberly boys’ tennis team cemented a fourth-place FVA finish, while the Kaukauna boys ended the season fifth.
The Ghosts brought home four top-five finishes as well as a seventh-place finish Saturday. 
Wed
09
Jun

Makers’ softball routs West before falling to Polar Bears

After Tuesday’s loss to Kaukauna opened the week, the Kimberly girls’ softball team went on the road and cruised to an easy 13-2 win at Appleton West before falling 5-2 at Hortonville to end last week.
At Hortonville
Wed
09
Jun

Kimberly girls tie for first in Appleton, boys first at Oshkosh quad before both teams win FVA

The Kimberly girls’ and boys’ track teams both took home FVA titles Tuesday night, but the teams also split up last Tuesday with the girls heading to an FVA quad at Appleton West and the boys to an FVA quad at Oshkosh West.
Wed
09
Jun

Ghosts continue walk-off theme in two more wins last week

The Kaukauna baseball team earned an upset, walk-off win over Hortonville on May 24 and made it three walk-off victories in two weeks with two more final at-bat wins, first against Appleton North Tuesday and then Appleton East Friday. 
The Ghosts ended the week with a 7-4 loss at Oshkosh West on Saturday.
Wed
09
Jun

Former Mustang Joten competes in NJCAA DII Softball Championship

Former Little Chute standout Katie Joten, now a freshman at Madison Area Technical College, had a chance to play for a national title May 25 and 26 at the National Junior College Athletic Association’s DII National Softball Championships in Oxford, Ala.
Wed
09
Jun

Kimberly baseball holds onto FVA lead with wins at Neenah, West before dramatic walkoff win over Hortonville


Andrew Hanlon photo/Kimberly senior Cal McGinnis earned the Papermakers at least a share of the Fox Valley Association title with a walk-off grand slam Tuesday night at home against Hortonville.
The Kimberly baseball team won its sixth and seventh consecutive games last week, sandwiched around a game against Kaukauna that was rained out, as the Papermakers kept pace with Hortonville and stayed two games ahead of the Polar Bears in the loss column to remain in first place in the Fox Valley Association.
Wed
09
Jun

Little Chute boys, girls both finish third at NEC Championships

Both the Little Chute boys’ and girls’ track teams brought home third-place finishes after the North Eastern Conference Championship meet at Fox Valley Lutheran High School Friday. The girls finished with a team score of 117.5, while the boys finished with a team score of 84.5.

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