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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Lakeland’s Sam Hiller goes low to sneak through Mosinee’s defense during a Great Northern Conference boys’ soccer game at Edgewood Park in Mosinee on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Jacob friede/lakeland times

Lakeland’s Sam Hiller goes low to sneak through Mosinee’s defense during a Great Northern Conference boys’ soccer game at Edgewood Park in Mosinee on Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Friday, September 14, 2018 7:28 AM
MOSINEE?— The Lakeland Union High School soccer team came out strong Tuesday night in Mosinee, controlling the ball for most of the first half, but were unable to find the back of the net, falling to the Indians 3-0 at Edgewood Park. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland cross country fairs well at Bill Smiley Invitational
    Both the Lakeland Union boys’ and girls’ cross country teams had outstanding finishes at the Bill Smiley Invitational cross country race at Tribute Golf Course in Wausau on Saturday, Sept. 15. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ tennis toughens up against Assumption
    The young Lakeland girls tennis team is facing some tough challenges as of late, getting shut out by Rhinelander last Thursday and then blanked by Appleton West and Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday at the Wisconsin Rapids Invitational. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland volleyball goes 1-3 at Great Northern Conference Tournament
    The Lakeland girls’ volleyball team had a full plate Saturday at the Great Northern Conference tournament at Rhinelander’s Jim Miazga Community Gym, facing Northern Pines, Rhinelander, and Mosinee.  (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School varsity girls’ swimming team failed to win a race Thursday night at the Tomahawk High School pool, but they allowed the Hatchets virtually nothing at second place, as the Thunderbirds finished runner-up in nine of the 11 events. (subscriber access)
  • A strong south wind ripped across the Antigo High School soccer field Thursday night and, at least on the visiting Lakeland Union sideline, it was a wind of change. (subscriber access)
  • 7th Ave to perform at LUHS on Oct. 10
    7th Ave will perform as part of the Lakeland Performing Arts Association’s 2018-2019 concert season on Wednesday, Oct. 10 at the Lakeland Union High School Theatre. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football loses brawl with Mosinee
    It was an old fashioned fist fight Friday night between the visiting Lakeland Union High School Thunderbirds and Mosinee Indians at Veterans Park, as the two teams traded blows all night. In the end, the Indians landed a few more punches and won the game 45-27. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union varsity football team travels to Mosinee on Friday and will try to avenge a 50-34 loss to the Indians last year. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds soccer team shut out by Mosinee
    MOSINEE?— The Lakeland Union High School soccer team came out strong Tuesday night in Mosinee, controlling the ball for most of the first half, but were unable to find the back of the net, falling to the Indians 3-0 at Edgewood Park. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland tennis learns the hard way at Antigo
    High school is all about learning and the Lakeland girls tennis team got what coach Tom Oestreich called “a good education on the court.”
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  • Lakeland girls  volleyball held down  by Medford muscle
    The Lakeland Union girls volleyball team ran into what coach Carley Punzel described as a “high level skilled team” in Medford on Tuesday night and it showed as the lady T-Birds fell in straight sets in a Great Northern Conference match at Raider Hall. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland takes 3rd at Hodag Relays
    RHINELANDER — The Lakeland Union High School girls’ swim team scored a trio of top two finishes Saturday and placed third in the five-team Hodag Relays hosted by Rhinelander High School at the Heck Family Community Pool. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland spikers goes 3-2 in Ashland Invite
    The Lakeland Union High School volleyball finished above .500 on Saturday, winning three of their five matches in an invite at Ashland High School. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland swimmer close,  but fall to Rhinelander 91-78
    For the Lakeland Union High School girls’ swim team, the difference between winning and losing Tuesday night literally came down to a few blinks of an eye.  (subscriber access)
  • BJ Lions Club presents  $300 donation to LUHS sophomore Lauren Gardner
    The Boulder Junction Lions Club presented a $300 donation to Lakeland Union High School sophomore Lauren Gardner to help fund her spring 2019 Spanish class trip to the Dominican Republic. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland battles Rhinelander soccer to scoreless draw
    Although Rhinelander held a 30-2 advantage in shots through 90 minutes of soccer, Lakeland Union battled the Hodags to a scoreless conference draw Thursday in front of a great crowd at River Valley Bank Field in Minocqua.  (subscriber access)
  • Medford sacks Lakeland’s  comeback in overtime
    Lakeland traveled to Medford on Friday hoping to spoil the Raiders first game on its newly renovated football field, but the home team sent its fans away happy after hanging on for the 34-32 Great Northern Conference victory in overtime. (subscriber access)
  • Defending Great Northern Conference girls’ cross country champion Ashley Anderson began her 2018 campaign on a high note Friday. 
    The Lakeland junior won the Highlander Invitational hosted by Homestead High School at Tendick Park in Saukville, besting a field of 86 other varsity runners. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland tennis competitive in doubles, falls to Medford 6-1
    The Lakeland Union High School girls’ tennis team picked up a win at No. 1 singles and had some competitive matches in doubles, but were unable to get by the Raiders on Thursday afternoon, dropping a Great Northern Conference dual 6-1 at Medford High School. (subscriber access)
  • T-Bird spikers start fast, but fall to Ashland in 4
    The Lakeland Union High School volleyball team started fast, but was unable to maintain momentum last Thursday night at home against the Ashland Oredockers. (subscriber access)
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