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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Pictured are the Lakeland girls of the 2019 runner-up state champion high school girls Nordic ski team, from left, Kiera Rotar, Kate Melms, Johanna Craig, Mia Case, and Ashley Peterson.
Jacob friede/lakeland times

Pictured are the Lakeland girls of the 2019 runner-up state champion high school girls Nordic ski team, from left, Kiera Rotar, Kate Melms, Johanna Craig, Mia Case, and Ashley Peterson.
Friday, February 15, 2019 7:27 AM
CABLE — The Lakeland Nordic ski team proved once again last weekend it is one of the premier programs in the state. (subscriber access)
  • State runners-up
    CABLE — The Lakeland Nordic ski team proved once again last weekend it is one of the premier programs in the state. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys hoops splits a pair
    The Lakeland boys basketball team battled tough all weekend against some good teams and they came away even, splitting a pair of Great Northern Conference match-ups over the weekend. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland wrestling team place third as a team at the WIAA Division 2 Regional meet in Amherst on Saturday, Feb. 9, and two Thunderbirds are moving on to sectionals after securing second place individual finishes. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys hockey team loses to Rhinelander at home
    Friday night’s hockey game between the Lakeland Thunderbirds and the visiting Rhinelander Hodags was a fast and furious, hard hitting contest. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland athletic director responds to WIAA ruling on girls hockey team
    As reported in the Feb. 8 edition of the Lakeland Times, the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has barred the Lakeland girls varsity hockey team from the WIAA state tournament due to receiving three game disqualification penalties over the course of the season. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland girls basketball team faced a much taller opponent when they traveled to Antigo on Friday, Feb. 8. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds have terrific day at sectionals
    Lakeland head boys swimming coach Chris Garcia summed-up the sectional meet for her Thunderbirds perfectly. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland gymnastics team traveled to Ashland on Saturday, Feb. 9, to compete. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland Nordic Ski team has strong showing in Madison
    To prepare for the upcoming State meet at Cable the Lakeland Nordic Ski team traveled to Madison last weekend to compete in the State Sprint Championships at Elver Park. (subscriber access)
     
  • The Lakeland girls hockey team’s post season hopes have been dashed before the tournament has even begun. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS swimmers to compete at sectionals at Stevens Point on Saturday
    The Lakeland boys swim team will travel to UW-Stevens Point on Saturday for the WIAA Division 2 sectional meet, and after an impressive conference meet, Lakeland will be looking to make a run at state in a number of races. (subscriber access)
  • I want to be clear from the start that this article was almost not happening.  A major shutdown in the Department of Prediction was averted at the last minute by hard bargaining with the Department of the Interior that allowed coffee to be surrendered in exchange for garbage removal to be negotiated at a future date, and the crisis was averted. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys hoops hammer Hatchets 85-60
    The frigid temperatures as of late have had absolutely no effect on Jonathan Jurries’ jump shot. The Lakeland senior was red hot Friday, Feb. 1 at Tomahawk and he torched the Hatchets with 32 points, including six three pointers, to lead the Thunderbirds to an 85-60 win. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS swimmers take third at conference
    The Lakeland boys swim team had a fantastic showing at the Great Northern Conference meet on Jan. 1. The Thunderbirds won conference titles in four events on their way to a third place team finish, behind Rhinelander and Tomahawk, with a total score of 241. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls basketball team topples Tomahawk
    The Lakeland girls basketball team’s full court defensive pressure is a beast, frustrating teams and eventually wearing them down. That was the case Friday, Jan. 1 at Tomahawk, and while the host Hatchets did find some success against the daunting press in the first half, they couldn’t withstand it all game, and Lakeland’s troublesome traps held Tomahawk to just 11 second half points to secure a 67-38 victory. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland wrestlers take fifth at conference meet
    Highlighted by Harry Nemcek’s conference title at 113 pounds, the Lakeland wrestling team had a good day at the conference meet at Medford, racking up six individual podium appearances and a fifth place team finish. (subscriber access) 
  • The Lakeland boys hockey team is playing phenomenal as of late. After losing in a shoot-out to second seeded Waupaca last week, the Thunderbirds beat Mosinee 5-3 on Friday, Jan. 1 and then took care of Tomahawk 3-2 on Saturday to win the fifth place game of the Great Northern Conference. (subscriber access)
  • A lack of scoring sure didn’t mean a lack of suspense in the Lakeland girls hockey team’s 1-0 victory over Black River Falls for senior/parents night on Saturday, Jan. 2. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland wrestlers carry confidence into conference meet
    The Lakeland wrestling team will be a riding a wave of momentum into Saturday’s Great Northern Conference meet. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys swim team ready for conference meet
    The Great Northern Conference swim meet is tonight at Medford and the Lakeland Thunderbirds should a have a pretty clear idea of the challenge in front of them. (subscriber access)
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