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Sports

Thu
12
Nov

Kaukauna sees swimmer, diver both advance to state meet


Emily Clark/Submitted photo

After winning the 500-yard freestyle at conference two weeks ago, in addition to finishing third in the 100-yard butterfly and being part of the Brillion/Valders/Chilton/Kaukauna swimming co-op’s first-place 200-yard medley relay and second-place 400-yard free style relay teams, Ghosts’ junior Ada Schaefer and her squad went on to win the 200 me

Wed
04
Nov

Little Chute’s Hammen named Honorable Mention All-State


Karsen Hammen/File photo

Little Chute senior Karsen Hammen was named to the 2020 Honorable Mention All-State Team by the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin.

Hammen was also named to the North Eastern Conference First-Team All-Conference squad last month after shooting an 88 to finish fifth overall at the conference meet.

Wed
04
Nov

Kimberly girls run to best team finish in school history, boys finish ninth


Brooke Edwardson/File photo

The Kimberly girls’ cross country squad earned the program’s best team finish in school history Saturday at the WIAA State Cross Country Meet, finishing fifth overall.

Wed
04
Nov

Kaukauna girls win first cross country title in school history


Submitted photo

Behind another exceptional finish from senior Anna Fauske, who finished fourth overall with a time of 18 minutes, 23 seconds, the Kaukauna girls won the first cross country title in school history — boys or girls — beating second-place Whitefish Bay by seven points Saturday at the WIAA Division 1 State Cross Country Championships.

Wed
04
Nov

Kaukauna football team too much for neighbors in Wrightstown


Logan Fitzhugh/Brian Roebke photo

There was a time when the Wrightstown football team would have been very competitive against their neighbors in Kaukauna.

Wed
04
Nov

Huss leads Little Chute boys to fifth-place finish at state, Wilson 40th for girls


Riley Huss/File photo

Riley Huss once again paced the Little Chute boys’ cross country team, this time at the 2020 state meet as he finished ninth overall with a time of 16 minutes, 51 seconds, helping the Mustangs to a fifth-place finish Saturday at Colby High School, just three points behind fourth-place Valders and nine behind third-place Freedom.

Wed
04
Nov

Diminished coaching staff hurts Mustangs in road loss to Luxemburg-Casco


Ryan Verstegen/Andrew Hanlon photo

It took until the penultimate game of the regular season, but the Little Chute football team finally had its first taste of COVID complications.

Wed
28
Oct

WIAA examines study that concludes high school sports has not led to COVID-19 increase

Courtesy of wiaawi.org

A study conducted by the Department of Orthopedics & Rehabilitation at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health concluded participation in high school sports in Wisconsin has not led to an increase in COVID-19 infections among high school student-athletes.

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