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Dec

From the archives: Giordana brothers end time on football field


Lyle Hansen photo/Kaukauna’s most famous football brothers donned uniforms for their latest family picture with their mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Giordana. In age sequence, left to right, are Richie, the youngest, Bob, Emil, Joe, Frank, and Carl. Not pictured is Jimmy, the fourth oldest, in Germany with the Army.
From Lyle Hansen
 
November 2, 1951
The last of the famous football playing Giordanas played his last game in the orange and black, and somewhat of an era has ended at Kaukauna. 
Wed
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Dec

Little Chute girls pick up early-season win over Waupaca

It took until January for the Mustang girls to win their first game last year, but Little Chute cleared that hurdle in the second game of the season with a 26-25 road win at Waupaca last Tuesday night.
Wed
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Dec

Kimberly girls move to 2-0 with huge comeback at Kettle Moraine Thanksgiving Showcase


File photo/Senior guard Grace Kieffer had 19 points to lead Kimberly in their come-from-behind win over Divine Savior Holy Angels at the Kettle Moraine Thanksgiving Showcase Friday.
The Kimberly girls responded from a 17-point halftime deficit, exploding for 44 points and holding Divine Savior Holy Angels to just 11 in the second half of a 69-53 win at the Kettle Moraine Thanksgiving Showcase Friday.
Wed
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Dec

Makers look to build on last year with slew of returners


File photo/Kimberly’s Tyson Peach returns as one of the team’s leaders and best wrestlers as the Papermakers look to continue building after a strong 2020-21 campaign.
The Kimberly wrestling program continues to build, bit by bit, every year. 
Numbers-wise, there were 61 wrestlers in the room the day practice began this season. 
And in terms of the starting       varsity lineup, head coach Ben Engelland returns more than half of it.
Wed
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Dec

Kaukauna girls begin season 1-1 after comeback win over Bay Port


File photo/Alexa Kinas had a double-double with 22 points and 12 rebounds in the Kaukauna girls season opener, a road win over Bay Port last Tuesday night.
The Kaukauna girls played their first two games of the 2021-22 season last week. The first was a 66-59 road win over Bay Port, the second a 66-63 loss against Martin Luther at the Kettle Moraine Thanksgiving Showcase.
Vs. Martin Luther
Wed
01
Dec

After a dominant year, Kaukauna wrestling looks to reload


File photo/Kaukauna’s Bryan Winans, a returning state qualifier, will be part of a four-wrestler punch in the middle of the Ghosts’ lineup that will carry the team in 2021-22.
At this point in the program’s history, there’s no “rebuilding” in Kaukauna wrestling. This year, however, will be at least somewhat of a reloading.
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Nov

Former Little Chute star Kruse inducted into UWO Hall of Fame


Submitted photo/Former Little Chute standout Terri (Schwamb) Kruse was inducted into the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Athletics Hall of Fame earlier this month.
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Nov

Pair of Papermakers, pair of Ghosts named to WFCA Large School All-State Team


File photo/Kimberly fullback/tight end Isaac Dechant was named to the 2021 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-State Team.
Two Kimberly football players and two Kaukauna players were named to the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association’s All-State Team for the 2021 season.
Papermakers wide receiver Owen Pawlikowski and fullback/tight end Isaac Dechant were named to the All-State Large School team. 
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Nov

Kimberly girls tennis players named Second-Team All-FVA

Papermakers’ No. 1 singles player Julia Gurholt and the No. 1 doubles pairing of Abby Ostermann and JeanMarie Lorentz were named Second-Team All-Fox Valley Association for the 2021 season.
All three girls advanced to the state tournament this past fall.
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Nov

Little Chute’s VandenBurgt signs NLI to continue swimming career


Submitted photo/Little Chute’s Brianna VandenBurgt signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her swimming career at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee during a ceremony at Little Chute High School last Wednesday afternoon
Brianna VandenBurgt signed her National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, Nov. 17 to continue her swimming and academic career at the University of Wisconsin-Milwauakee. 

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