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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Brie Wescott, a new freshman for the Thunderbirds, practices her strokes in the pool on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at Lakeland Union High School. Photo by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Brie Wescott, a new freshman for the Thunderbirds, practices her strokes in the pool on Wednesday, Aug. 14 at Lakeland Union High School. Photo by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 7:30 AM
Living near a lake, swimming is a fun thing to do in the summer. So it’s no surprise the Lakeland girls swim team is excited for this year to start. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls swimmers excited for new season
    Living near a lake, swimming is a fun thing to do in the summer. So it’s no surprise the Lakeland girls swim team is excited for this year to start. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls tennis ready to play
    Girls tennis is back in action as the Lakeland Union Thunderbirds continue practice all in preparation for their first match today. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football splashes for a couple of games
    The Lakeland football team prepared for their first game last week by playing a scrimmage against a variety of teams Friday morning. (subscriber access)
  • 89ers land nine on All-GNLC teams
    The baseball season has finally come to an end and the Great Northern Legion Conference (GNLC) ballots are in. Several players from the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team made the list. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls tennis returns to the court
    The fall season continued to come to fruition when the Lakeland Union High School girls tennis team practiced for the first time on Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls swimming builds up endurance
    It was a very early morning, but the girls swim team was ready to go as the first week of the season started. (subscriber access)
  • Seniors bring leadership to 2019 football season
    The Lakeland football season is up and running for 2019, and one of the things that is making this year different is the leadership of the seniors. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf shoots well in New Glarus
    The only way to get better at golf is to go out on the course and play. For the Lakeland golf team, they’ve done exactly that this summer and found some success. (subscriber access)
  • Northwoods Fastpitch teams compete in Appleton
    The softball season has been a long continuous journey, and a tournament in Appleton was the perfect way to end it for the Northwoods Fastpitch teams. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football runs youth camp
    The football didn’t stop for Lakeland Union High School as the football team held a youth camp for grades second through eight on Monday and Tuesday this week. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Board of Education approved a motion Monday to contract with PMA, a financial consulting agency, for their consulting services for the district’s upcoming referendum. (Subscriber Access)
  • Northwoods 12U competes in Tomahawk
    TOMAHAWK — Before a nasty storm rolled through the area, the Northwoods Fastpitch 12U team — a co-op mainly consisting of players from Lakeland, Rhinelander and Northland Pines — played a tournament in Tomahawk last weekend. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football shows its strength
    Football is a total team sport where everyone is committed and on board. That was the case July 18 when Lakeland football had multiple teams competing.

    That night saw Lakeland hosting another night of football scrimmages. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS Ad Hoc referendum meeting discusses consultants
    The LUHS Ad Hoc Referendum Committee met July 17 to review candidates for referendum consultants, holding teleconferences with two consulting firms in preparation for the school’s upcoming referendum. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland’s Bengtson topping golf leaderboard
    Even with summer in full swing, it hasn’t stopped Lakeland Union High School golfer Kyle Bengtson from hitting the course and finding success. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football puts on complete effort
    Fall sports are just around the corner, and to get ready, the Lakeland football team continued to learn their craft and work on their game. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion falls to Medford
    As Legion ball continues, it was another tough time for the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion slips by Northwoods 4-3
    EAGLE?RIVER — After a couple of tough losses, the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team went on the road to find its winning ways. (subscriber access)
  • Slow start costs 89ers in loss to Medford
    One night earlier, Minocqua Post 89 manager Doug Etten commented about his teams’ propensity to allow a big inning following an 11-4 loss at Rhinelander. It happened again Tuesday night in Whittlesey. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ soccer showed skill and promise
    For the Lakeland girls’ soccer team, there was leadership and there was youth. Both of these factors played into their season this spring. (subscriber access)
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