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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, December 7, 2018 7:30 AM
It was essentially sudden death all night in Mosinee on Tuesday when the Lakeland boys’ hockey team visited, as both defenses were locked down to the point that whichever team simply got one past the goalie was going to win. (subscriber access)
  • It was essentially sudden death all night in Mosinee on Tuesday when the Lakeland boys’ hockey team visited, as both defenses were locked down to the point that whichever team simply got one past the goalie was going to win. (subscriber access)
  • Hodag double header tonight
    There will be plenty of intrigue at the Lakeland Union High School fieldhouse tonight when Rhinelander basketball comes to Minocqua to play both the varsity girls and boys in a Great Northern Conference doubleheader.  
  • HATS OFF
    If the Lakeland girls’s hockey team was frustrated with the lack of goals they had scored so far this season, they should definitely have that out of their system after Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS energy project paying off
    In February 2016, the Lakeland Union High School Board of Education chose Schneider Electric of Milwaukee to do what the firm referred to at the time as “an investment grade audit.” (subscriber access)
  • LUHS boys’ hockey loses to Tomahawk in OT
    Between the barrage of bone crushing checks into the boards and the suspense of a sudden death overtime, the Lakeland boys’ hockey game against Tomahawk on Thursday night was not for the faint of heart.   (subscriber access)
  • The future was uncertain going into the season for the Lakeland Union High School wrestling team, but after the first meet Saturday at the John Roberts Scramble in Antigo, there are hints it could be bright. (subscriber access)
  • Pressing the issue
    During tough times, teams look to their toughest player to lead them and that’s exactly what the Lakeland girls’ basketball team did Thursday night at DC Everest.  (subscriber access)
  • Things were pretty even between the Lakeland girls’ hockey team and Chippewa Falls/Menomonie on Friday night in Menomonie. That is, when things were even. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS boys’ basketball takes a pair
    Guts and persistence paid off for the Lakeland boys’ basketball team on the road at Wausau West on Thursday night in a close and hard-fought 61-58 victory on the road. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland boys’ swim team traveled to Shawano on Thursday night and faced a Hawks team in a similar situation. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys fall to  Ashland in season opener
    It did not take long for the Lakeland boys’ basketball team to get rolling in the right direction on opening night. Unfortunately, the T-Birds fell off the rails just as fast. (subscriber access)
  • On Monday the Lakeland Union High School Board of Education heard about the latest report card for the district from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.  (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland boys’ swim team started their season off in winning fashion on Tuesday night in Antigo. (subscriber access)
  • There was no time to ease into the season for the Lakeland boys’ hockey team as they found themselves right away in a close battle at Marshfield.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland grapplers get back after it
    The 2018-19 Lakeland boys’ wrestling season gets underway at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Antigo. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ basketball split a pair at Kislow Classic in Antigo
    The Lakeland girls’ basketball team found out more about themselves this past weekend at the Bill Kislow Thanksgiving Classic tournament in Antigo, where they split a pair of games, losing to Newman Catholic 63-50 on Friday and beating Marathon 78-38 on Saturday. (subscriber access)
  • Stormy weather to open season
    The Lakeland Union girls’ hockey team faced Central Wisconsin on Tuesday night in Merrill to open the season and no one took on the brunt of the Storm like Thunderbird goalie Anna Maulson. (subscriber access)
  • Swimmers to open season in Antigo on Tuesday
    Despite the winter weather, its time to jump in the pool for the Lakeland Union High School boys’ swim team. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS girls’ basketball will hit the court over the holiday
    The Lakeland girls’ basketball team (1-0) will look to build upon their season-opening win against Shawano last Friday when they take on Marathon and Newman Catholic over the holiday weekend. (subscriber access)
  • Boys’ hoops season starts Tuesday
    Action on the hardwood will soon return to the Northwoods. (subscriber access)
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