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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Photos by Jacob friede/lakeland times

Lakeland goalie Mason Holmquist prepares to save one of his 12 shots on the night. Holmquist was spectacular in goal all night, as the T-Birds beat the Shawano Hawks 5-4 in overtime Thursday in the first round of the post-season at River Valley Bank Field.
Photos by Jacob friede/lakeland times

Lakeland goalie Mason Holmquist prepares to save one of his 12 shots on the night. Holmquist was spectacular in goal all night, as the T-Birds beat the Shawano Hawks 5-4 in overtime Thursday in the first round of the post-season at River Valley Bank Field.
Friday, October 19, 2018 7:29 AM
The Lakeland boys’ soccer team made it tough on themselves Tuesday night at River Valley Bank Field. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland boys’ soccer team made it tough on themselves Tuesday night at River Valley Bank Field. (subscriber access)
  • Mosinee may have knocked visiting Lakeland out of the WIAA girls’ volleyball playoffs on Tuesday night, but in order to do so the Indians had to withstand getting knocked around themselves a bit by the Thunderbirds. (subscriber access)
  • Family first, and second
    Whether it’s to the car, around the block, or across the street, it’s as natural as can be for siblings to race. (subscriber access)
  • Merrill swim too much for T-Birds in 99-70 defeat
    The Lakeland girls’ swim team got to choose the events they swam in on Tuesday night, but the opponent was always going to be Merrill and that proved to be problematic for the Thunderbirds. (subscriber access)
  • Peterson repeats as GNC cross country champ
    Ashley Peterson solidified her reputation Saturday and defended her title as the top female runner in the Great Northern Conference. (subscriber access)
  • Boys’ soccer heats up at right time
    The Lakeland boys’ soccer team’s offense has been heating up as of late and the Thunderbirds won two straight games to end their regular season last week, beating Antigo 5-2 and Merrill 1-0.  (subscriber access)
  • Girls’ volleyball wins T-Bird Invite
    The Lakeland girls’ volleyball team won their own tournament Saturday, taking first place in the T-Bird Invite. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds take back the Axe
    The Lakeland Thunderbirds raised the Nothwoods Axe in victory after Friday night’s win over Rhinelander, but it was toughness, not a tool, that helped them chop lanes through the Hodag’s defense. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Boys’ Hockey Booster Club is hosting its pasta fundraiser at Chef Rene’s in Timber Ridge from 4:30 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 21 to support the LUHS boys’ team.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ volleyball drops marathon match to Kingsford
    It seemed inevitable that a fifth and deciding set would be needed Tuesday night to determine an outcome in the match between the host Lakeland Thunderbirds and visiting Kingsford Flivvers at the LUHS fieldhouse. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland’s third- and fourth-down defense was at its peak last Friday in a brilliant performance against Marquette, Mich. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Boys’ Hockey Booster Club is hosting its pasta fundraiser at Chef Rene’s in Timber Ridge from 4:30 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 21 to support the LUHS boys’ team. (subscriber access)
  • It was a tale of two halves for the Lakeland Union High School boys’ soccer team’s defense on Tuesday night in Ashland. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School Board of Education approved Monday an additional $80,323 for pre-opening building costs for the Lakeland STAR Academy/School, bringing its total contribution to those building costs to just more than $166,000. (subscriber access)
  • CC teams dominate in Tomahawk
    Sustaining greatness is a challenge that can equal or even exceed achieving it.  (subscriber access)
  • Tough day in Tomahawk
    It was a rough day for the Lakeland girls’ volleyball team as they lost all three of their matches at the conference tournament in Tomahawk on Saturday. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ swim team fares well but falls to Medford
    The Lakeland girls’ swim team was fast and placed well, but it was just not enough against host Medford.  (subscriber access)
  • Homecoming Court
    The Lakeland Union High School 2018 Homecoming Court, front row, from the left: Queen Caitlyn Hartigan, Ally Pairolero, Karianne Fisher, Ashley Marston, Madeline Nelson, Morgan Kurth, Sephora Krembs, Violet Hagen, Anna Thompson, and Kiersten Rotar; back row, King Chris LeSavage, Blair Dunbar, Raymond Rentmeester, Donavin Shillinger, Bryce Gilbertson, Keaton Brewer Crownhart, Bo Peterson.
  • Mosinee shuts out Lakeland boys’ soccer team
    It wasn’t too little too late, rather, just too late for the Lakeland boys’ soccer team Thursday night at River Valley Bank Field against Mosinee. (subscriber access)
  • A trio of girls from Lakeland traveled to Baldwin-Woodville on Thursday for sectional play of the WIAA girls’ tennis tournament.  (subscriber access)
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