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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, June 21, 2019 7:29 AM
With rain keeping teams off the field last Friday in Stevens Point, teams tried to play an abundance of games on Sunday during the Don Friday Classic Baseball Tournament. But the weather still was a problem. (subscriber access)
  • With rain keeping teams off the field last Friday in Stevens Point, teams tried to play an abundance of games on Sunday during the Don Friday Classic Baseball Tournament. But the weather still was a problem. (subscriber access)
  • Sign-ups for the flag football league continue. The first T-Birds of Tomorrow Youth Football Camp starts June 24-25 in Lac du Flambeau.
  • Minocqua Legion loses two close games
    After a tough loss to Chequamegon, Minocqua Post 89 played a league game against rival Rhinelander at Lakeland Union High School and a tournament game at Bukolt Park in Stevens Point. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland baseball struggled to finish
    The Lakeland baseball team’s story was that of close games and one bad inning. When you put the pieces together, this was a team an inning or two away from winning more games. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football scrimmages with rivals
    Now that it is summer time, it’s only a matter of time before football comes around again. To get ready, the Lakeland football team got some 7-7 scrimmages in. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion team starts season with loss
    Monday opened the American Legion baseball season for Minocqua Post 89. The 89ers hope it will be a season full of opportunity and improvement.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys' tennis showed improvement
    If you look at the record, the Lakeland boys tennis team was not as good as one might think. But if you look beyond the record, you see a team full of optimism and growth. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer season ends
    With school out and the sun shining, the Lakeland girls soccer team had ideas of advancing in its sectional bracket on June 6. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion baseball ready for the summer
    The high school spring sports season may be over, but that hasn’t stopped the Lakeland baseball team from competing in Legion ball. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf finishes second at state, capping of historic season
    Sports are a game of inches, can also come down to a free throw, a field goal or in this case, a couple of strokes. The Lakeland golf team saw that become reality. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer wins regionals
    With a trip to sectionals on the line, the Lakeland girls soccer team put up one of its best performances of the season. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golf team advances to state
    After winning regionals, the Lakeland golf team set out to try to make it to state at sectionals in Hayward at Hayward Golf Course. (Subscriber Access(
  • Thunderbirds place 41 on spring All-GNC teams
    Throughout the spring sports season, there have been many athletes who have shone. Some of those athletes from Lakeland made the Great Northern Conference (GNC) all-conference teams.

    In total, 41 Lakeland student-athletes were recognized by the GNC when the teams were announced last Friday. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland track and field excels at State
    State competition is one of the most competitive and fun environments in all of sports. The Lakeland track and field team got a taste of that this weekend.

    Friday, May 31 and Saturday, June 1 were the days of the WIAA Track and Field State Championships at the University of Wisconsin -La Crosse. In total, eight Thunderbirds competed and six medaled at the event at the Division two level. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer breezes by Spooner
    Playing aggressively usually pays off with success and gets the job done. That is exactly what happened with the Lakeland girls soccer team. (Subscriber Access)
  • LUHS celebrates College Signing Day
    One great tradition which has been celebrated amongst high school athletes, coaches and parents is College Signing Day. Lakeland Union High School celebrated it themselves Tuesday afternoon. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland track and field soars in Mosinee
    One of the greatest achievements for a high school athlete is to go to state. For a number of Lakeland track and field athletes, that dream became a reality. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland baseball knocked out by Antigo
    As all the Lakeland teams make their way towards regionals, sectionals and eventually state, it was time for the Lakeland baseball team to take their shot. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland softball season ends in Mosinee
    Another popular sports term is pulling off an upset. That happens when one team is much stronger than the other. The Lakeland softball team tried their hand at upsetting undefeated Mosinee. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer falls to Ashland
    Before the regional playoffs start this week, the Lakeland girls soccer team played one final game in the Great Northern Conference (GNC). (subscriber access)
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