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Sports

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01
Oct

Kaukauna girls now 4-1 after two wins last week


Taylor Tetzlaff/Andrew Hanlon photo

The Kaukauna girls’ volleyball team finished last week 2-1, losing its first match of the year in a road loss to Waterloo sandwiched between two wins, away at Plymouth and home against Oshkosh Lourdes.

At Plymouth

Thu
01
Oct

Kaukauna girls CC cruises past Notre Dame

Anna Fauske led the way with a first-place finish as four Ghost girls finished in the top five Friday afternoon as Kaukauna outran Green Bay Notre Dame in a duel at Neenah.

Thu
01
Oct

Ghosts shoot 377, good for third at FVA Conference Meet, advance to sectionals


Pete Benson and Ava Bloch/Andrew Hanlon photo

Ava Bloch shot an 88 Tuesday at the Fox Valley Association Conference Meet at Winagamie Golf Course, leading the Kaukauna girls’ golf team to an overall score of 377 and a third-place finish.

It was the team’s lowest 18-hole score of the year.

Thu
24
Sep

Long-time racer Jerry Schneider completes WIR Circle of Fame

“Remembering and honoring those who made WIR and Fox River Racing Club what it is today.”

That’s the quote that headlines the Wisconsin International Raceway’s Circle of Fame.

Thu
24
Sep

WIAA Board issues additional pandemic accomodations

STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control approved several modifications of the membership’s rules and tournament procedures, as well as the revised sites and hosts of three fall state tournament sites in addressing the ongoing challenges of navigating thr

Thu
24
Sep

Little Chute girls’ volleyball looking to build experience in 2020

The Little Chute girls’ volleyball squad lost a number of key seniors from last season’s team that finished the year fifth in the North Eastern Conference and made a surprise run to a sectional semifinal after an upset of 33-3 Fox Valley Lutheran, who won the NEC with a 9-0 record.

Thu
24
Sep

Mustang girls continue to show improvement as season end approaches


Kayla Hansen

The Little Chute girls’ golf team continues to get better as the season progresses, and last week was a microcosm of that improvement.

Monday at Luxemburg-Casco

Thu
24
Sep

Little Chute boys, girls both finish second at Clintonville meet

The Little Chute boys’ and girls’ cross country teams each came away with second-place finishes at a North Eastern Conference meet Friday afternoon.

Riley Huss earned a first-place finish for the boys, ending up with a time of 16 minutes, 20 seconds as the Mustangs finished with 38 points as a team, 10 behind first-place Freedom.

Thu
24
Sep

Kimberly girls’, boys’ cross country both take down Hortonville

The Kimberly boys and girls travelled to Memorial Park in Neenah to face off against Hortonville in a Fox Valley Association cross country duel with the girls taking down the Polar Bears 15-49 behind a 1-5 finish and the boys won 23-32 with four runners in the top five.

Thu
24
Sep

Kiley, Lueneburg lead Kimberly girls in loss to Hortonville

The Kimberly girls’ golf team was led by Maddie Kiley and Peyton Lueneburg, who each finished the afternoon with a 43 on Wednesday, but the Makers fell 15 strokes shy of a win, falling 181-196 to Hortonville at Countryside.

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