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Young speedsters

Leader photo by Amy Weaver

Lukas Postl, front left, takes an early lead over Jake Van Allen, right, of Shawano in Kitty Kat races on Shawano Lake Saturday, after getting a little advice from their fathers, Thomas Postl and Mark Van Allen. Several youngsters participated in the event as part of the Sno Fear VII Radar Run.

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A closer look

Leader photo by Amy Weaver

Mary Podzilni and Nancy Ciambrone of Shawano admired the work of many young local artists, including these sculptures by Renne Katchenago and an acrylic painting by Shawano Community High School student Nate Pecore, at the first Visual Arts Festival Saturday.

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Richter sets school record at Bonduel

Stef Richter is presented a game ball by her former coach, Jane Naparella, while her parents and current coach, Mark Margeloski, look on. Richter scored her 933rd point of her career Friday night in Bonduel\'s victory over Manawa, setting a school record.

By Michael Ray

Leader Sports Editor

BONDUEL History was made Friday night in the Bonduel girls basketball team's 60-33 win over CWL Conference foe Manawa. Bonduel's Stefanie Richter became the school's all-time leading scorer in girls basketball with 935 points.

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Four from area head to state wrestling tourney

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A combined four area wrestlers in the Appleton North and Edgar sectionals advanced to the WIAA State Wrestling Meet in Madison Feb. 24-26 with a second place or higher finish in their weight class Saturday afternoon.

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Gresham stops Tigerton in OT

Leader Sports Editor

TIGERTON The Gresham boys basketball team scored 15 points in the overtime period to take a 69-59 win over Tigerton in CWS Conference play Friday night. After taking a 15-6 lead, the Tigers watched Gresham chip away at the lead to tie the game and send it into overtime.

Tigerton's Matt Schoening scored six of his team-high 15 points in the first period to help the Tigers take a nine-point lead. Gresham got back into the game in the second period with an 18-12 run to trail by just three points at the half.

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