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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Abby Parris sees her options on offense in the second half against Merrill on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at Ted Voigt Court. Parris came back from an illness to lead the Thunderbirds with 21 points. (Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times)
Abby Parris sees her options on offense in the second half against Merrill on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at Ted Voigt Court. Parris came back from an illness to lead the Thunderbirds with 21 points. (Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times)
Friday, January 24, 2020 7:27 AM
Turning to a non-conference game, the Lakeland girls’ basketball team played with Merrill on Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds glide by Bluejays in closing minutes
    Turning to a non-conference game, the Lakeland girls’ basketball team played with Merrill on Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Shutting them down
    It’s been a successful start to the start of 2020. The Lakeland boys’ hockey team carried a win streak of five games and looked to keep it up against Medford.

    The Thunderbirds knocked off the Raiders 2-0 on Monday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys’ swim coming in first
    It may be cold outside, but the Lakeland boys’ swim team was nice and warm when they took on the Medford Raiders. (subscriber access)
  • Hodags take Handrick Hammer
    In one of the highlight dual meets of the season, the Lakeland wrestling team hosted Rhinelander on Thursday, Jan. 16, with the Handrick Hammer on the line in honor of former Lakeland and Rhinelander wrestling coach Tommy Handrick. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds skate big first period to victory
    Coming into Tuesday, the Lakeland boys’ hockey team had two losses. One of those came to Rhinelander on Nov. 26. They had a chance to play them again Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Edge race past Raiders to a score of 8-1
    Getting back on the winning track, the Northern Edge soundly defeated the Medford Raiders 8-1 in Rhinelander. The Northern Edge used a variety of scoring, goal keeping and a power play to get the win. (subscriber access)
  • Comeback falls short
    Looking to build a win streak, the Lakeland boys’ basketball team took on Mosinee on Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ hoops takes defeat to Mosinee
    With second place in the GNC on the line, the Lakeland girls’ basketball team traveled to Mosinee for a road game. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland gymnastics’ team participated in its second meet of the season, their first at home on Jan. 14 when they took on Chequamegon. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys’ basketball rally for win
    The Lakeland boys’ basketball team looked to end a losing streak when Northland Pines came to town on Friday, Jan. 10. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland gymnastics’ team participated in its first meet of the year when it traveled to Wisconsin Rapids on Thursday, Jan. 9. (subscriber access)
  • Taking the lead and getting hot
    The Lakeland girls’ basketball team returned home for the first time in a little less than a month for a conference game against Northland Pines. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland boys’ swim team got back to the pool with a couple of meets over the weekend. (subscriber access)
  • It was a tale of two games for the Northern Edge girls’ hockey co-op on Thursday, Jan. 9, against Northland Pines. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds skate past Red Robins
    The Lakeland boys’ hockey team returned to conference action with a game at Antigo on Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
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