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Sports

Wed
08
Jul

Kaukauna's Ferris switches gears from Mankato to Florida Coastal Prep


Don Krueger photo

Kaukauna’s Keaton Ferris was a standout, four-year varsity starter. Earlier this year, he committed to Minnesota State-Mankato, a Division 2 school, to continue his basketball career.

However, after considering all his options, Ferris has switched gears.

Thu
02
Jul

Little chute baseball wins eighth straight


Jake DeBruin/Andrew Hanlon photo

After starting 1-2 to begin the summer, the Little Chute baseball team has ripped off eight consecutive wins, including a championship at the Clintonville Tournament the final week of June and a 9-2 win over Neenah Tuesday night.

Tue
30
Jun

Little Chute baseball goes 4-0 on week, moves to 8-2 on summer season

The Little Chute summer baseball team beat Chilton in a make-up game that was rained out on Monday to begin the week and then went 3-0 at the Clintonville tournament to finish the week 4-0 and move to 8-2 on the season.

Versus Chilton

Tue
30
Jun

Kimberly football named most dominant of last decade


Kimberly Head Coach Steve Jones led the Papermakers to five state titles and five undefeated seasons in the 2010s as the program was named the most dominant of the decade by Max Preps.

Preeminent. Leading. First-class. Incomparable. Transcendent. Unequaled. And for five straight seasons – perfect.

The list of superlatives one could use to describe the Kimberly football program the past 10 years is extensive.

Now, one more can be added – dominant.

Tue
30
Jun

Sampson puts aside running career to help with COVID


Little Chute’s Luke Sampson saw his running career at the University of Iowa cut short by the coronavirus pandemic last spring, but has since moved on to use his degree in public health and epidemiology to accomplish his life-long goal of helping others.

The sports world has been turned upside down, across all levels, since the COVID-19 pandemic hit and games were shut down in March.

High school, collegiate and professional athletes have had to try and grapple with the idea that seasons, or in some cases careers, may be over.

Tue
30
Jun

Kaukauna boys named sixth-best program of last decade by Max Preps


Kaukauna Head Coach Mike Schalow was credited by players and assistant coaches alike for building the culture that led the Ghosts to two state titles and a state runnerup finish in the last decade. The program was named the sixth-most dominant of the 2010s in Wisconsin by Max Preps.

Jordan McCabe summed up the success of the Kaukauna basketball program with a pair of stories, each from a separate Ghosts’ assistant coach:

“I’ll never forget being in film as a freshman,” he said of the first. “To speak to the culture of our program, (Coach Dan Van Boxtel) stopped us right before we were going into the playoffs.”

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