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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Caitlin Hartigan makes a strong throw to first in the first inning against Medford on Tuesday, May 21 in the regional semifinals. Photos by Matt Frey/Star News.
Caitlin Hartigan makes a strong throw to first in the first inning against Medford on Tuesday, May 21 in the regional semifinals. Photos by Matt Frey/Star News.
Friday, May 24, 2019 7:30 AM
Survive and advance. That is one phrase used for postseason play. Just win one game and you move onto the next, which is exactly what the Lakeland softball team did Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland softball squeaks by Raiders in regionals
    Survive and advance. That is one phrase used for postseason play. Just win one game and you move onto the next, which is exactly what the Lakeland softball team did Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf wins, sweeps conference matches
    Even with conference already wrapped up, there was one more match to go for the Lakeland golf team. (subscriber access)

     
  • Lakeland softball takes defeat to Tomahawk
    With Regional play right around the corner, the Lakeland softball team took in one more conference game. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland baseball can’t find win column
    As postseason play creeps up, it was time for a few more games for the Lakeland baseball team, both in conference and non-conference. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer shut out by Pines
    For the Lakeland girls soccer team, this spring has been a battle of injuries and crazy weather. The team tried to take that toughness to their opponent last Thursday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland tennis takes defeat in two matches
    As the season winds down, the Lakeland tennis team took in two more matches on a beautiful Thursday afternoon. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland track and field takes several firsts
    Long days, late nights and many practices both indoors and outdoors have all led the Lakeland track and field teams to the conference meet. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf continues to shine
    Whether it be in conference or non-conference, the Lakeland golf team continued its winning ways during the past week. (subscriber access)

     
  • Lakeland girls soccer blitzed early in loss
    The final round of the Great Northern Conference season has started for the Lakeland girls soccer team and it began with a trip to Rhinelander. 

    The new conference playoff format began with the Hodags taking the win 6-2. (subscriber access)
  • As the Lakeland baseball team looked to find its winning ways again, it found itself in a close game Tuesday at Wittenberg-Birnamwood. (subscriber access)
  • After a tough weekend in the Great Northern Conference in which they lost close, hard-fought battles against Mosinee and Antigo, nothing could’ve been better for the Lakeland boys basketball team then a trip down south to Amherst. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland gymnasts compete at GNC meet
    The Lakeland Union High School gymnastics team traveled to Ashland on Saturday, Feb. 16, for the Great Northern Conference meet. Four Thunderbirds competed in the event. (subscriber access)
  • Last Friday, the Great Northern Conference released the 2018 all-conference teams. In all Lakeland had 47 student-athletes receive some sort of all-conference recognition this spring, including 24 first-teamers. (subscriber access)
  • Last season, Lakeland Union High School had a magical run to the WIAA Division 3 Sectional Finals, where its season came to an end at Rice Lake. (subscriber access)
  • The top doubles squad for Lakeland Union High School has had a solid 2018 campaign despite being put together this season. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds get blanked in regular season finale
    Lakeland Union High School started the girls' soccer season with a scoreless draw at Mosinee back on April 26. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golfers win regional title in tiebreaker
    After making history with one of the best golf seasons ever played in the Great Northern Conference, Lakeland High School looked to extend its year in the WIAA Division 2 Regionals at Indianhead Golf Course in Mosinee on Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • A quartet of T-Bird tennis players move on to sectionals
    The playoff season has begun for the Lakeland Union High School boys' tennis team, starting with the WIAA subsectional at Rhinelander High School on Monday. (subscriber access)
  • Heading down the home stretch
    With its playoff fate set, Lakeland Union High School had a pair of baseball doubleheaders to wrap up the regular season. (subscriber access)
  • Garcia and Holmes win GNC meet
    Since being put together early this season the Lakeland Union High School boys' doubles tandem of Jack Garcia and Tony Holmes has run through the competition in the Great Northern Conference. (subscriber access)
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