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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, June 22, 2018 2:25 AM
The Mercer Public School is hosting its third annual Hall of Fame banquet sponsored by the Booster Athletic Club on Sunday, July 1 at the Great Northern Hotel.
  • The Mercer Public School is hosting its third annual Hall of Fame banquet sponsored by the Booster Athletic Club on Sunday, July 1 at the Great Northern Hotel.
  • Mercer School Awards Day
    The Mercer School held their Awards Day on Friday, May 18 at 10 a.m. in the school gymnasium.
  • Top stories of 
2017
    Another year is in the books and there were plenty of memorable moments in sports throughout 2017, particularly in the Northwoods. Although it was difficult to widdle it down, here are the top 10 moments this year in local sports. (subscriber access)
  • Rededication of Paul B. Leitch Gymnasium at Mercer Public School
    Rededication of the Paul B. Leitch Gymnasium in the Mercer Public School took place between the girls' and boys' varsity basketball games on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The retirement of the old sign was given to Steve Leitch, grandson of Paul Leitch, by athletic director, Adam Miller.
  • Mercer rakes in Indianhead Conference volleyball awards
    Mercer Public School won its first Indianhead Conference volleyball championship since 2001. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer's season comes to an end in a five-set classic
    MINONG - Momentum is an underrated aspect in sports. It can't turn fortunes around in a heartbeat, it can turn a close game into a blowout in a few plays and vice versa. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer wins second straight regional title
    MERCER - It has been a season of surprises on the volleyball court at Mercer Public School. One year after winning the school's first regional championship since 2001, the Lady Tigers expected to have some growing pains. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland edges Mercer to win T-Bird Invite
    Lakeland Union High School may have struggled to end the season on a high note during the Great Northern Conference schedule, but it had an opportunity to end the regular season with some positivity by hosting the T-Bird Volleyball Invite on Saturday. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer continued its Indianhead Conference dominance on the volleyball court Monday night with a resounding win over Drummond.
  • Mercer Public School had some early jitters to open its Indianhead Conference volleyball schedule on Thursday at Mellen. (subscriber access)
  • The Mercer volleyball team remained hot by winning the Phelps triangular on Tuesday without dropping a set.
  • Sydney Thompson takes shot put, 
discus titles at state track
    What's better than defending a state title? Defending it along with adding a new one.

    That's what Mercer's Sydney Thompson did this weekend at the WIAA state track and field meet at UW-La Crosse. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland, Mercer look to continue success at state track
    It's the final curtain call for two strong teams this weekend. At the state track meet, both Lakeland Union High School and Mercer High School will put everything on the line in hopes of a state title at the WIAA state track meet Friday and Saturday at UW-La Crosse. (subscriber access)
  • What has been the staple for the Mercer track team all year came through once again at the sectional meet in Colfax on Thursday. (subscriber access)
  • The Mercer track team is picking up steam at just the right time. Competing in a WIAA Division 3 regional meet Monday at Flambeau, the Tigers took third in the girls' division with 96 points. Chequamegon took first place with 167, while Phillips finished in second with 136. (subscriber access)
  • Mercer track continues strong field results
    In another busy week for the Mercer track team, the Tigers took part in two invites, continuing to achieve strong field results along the way. On Monday, Mercer traveled to Ashland, where the girls finished in fourth place. The Tigers also competed in Tomahawk on Tuesday, with the girls again taking fourth. (subscriber access)
  • Young Lakeland runners fare well at Three Lakes Invite
    With the Otto Bacher Invitational at Merrill High School looming on Friday, another opportunity popped up for young runners for the Lakeland Union High School track and field team Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • T-Bird, Mercer sports hindered by late April snow
    This is Wisconsin. Only here would we be worried about getting snow in April, and that we did. The Thursday blanket took out all sports not only on Thursday, but Friday as well, affecting Mercer track, Lakeland baseball and soccer. (subscriber access)
  • It was another strong outing for the Mercer track and field team, especially for the girls, who finished second in an Indianhead Conference invite held at South Shore on Thursday with 67 points. Ironwood topped the event with 91 points.

    While the girls strived, the boys didn't, with only one member in play. (subscriber access)
  • After several meets without a full crew, the Mercer track team finally hit the track with a full squad in Gilman Thursday afternoon and the results showed as the girls took second and the boys finished in fifth place. (subscriber access)
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