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20
Sep

Bonduel dominates at Eagle Invitational

<p>Bonduel's Tyler Cina and Mallory Mews took first in the boys and girls cross country races Tuesday at the Eagle Invitational.</p><p>Cina ran a time of 18:37.91 in the boys race. Bonduel had seven of the top 10 finishers.

Tue
20
Sep

SCHS to induct 4 in Hall of Fame

Shawano Community High School will honor four former prep sports stars Saturday as part of its homecoming festivities.

Wayne Rohde, Tony Wilber, Shelley Rouse (Rodriguez) and Emily Hartzell (Rogers) will enter the Shawano Community High School Hall of Fame with a recognition ceremony prior to the Hawks' homecoming football game against West De Pere.

Tue
20
Sep

Bonduel dominates at Eagle Invitational

Bonduel's Tyler Cina and Mallory Mews took first in the boys and girls cross country races Tuesday at the Eagle Invitational.

Cina ran a time of 18:37.91 in the boys race. Bonduel had seven of the top 10 finishers. Isaac Palmer (19:24.42) placed second, Jade Rohloff (19:24.42) third, Josh Harris (19:54.72) fourth, Marion's Justin Adams, fifth.

Menominee Indian had two finishers in the top 15: Brandon Reiter (20:51.03) in eighth place and Mike Sanapaw (21:16.01) finished in eleventh.

Mon
19
Sep

Only one undefeated team remains

<p>The Central Wisconsin Conference-8 saw its two best varsity volleyball teams -- 5-0 Menominee Indian and 5-0 Tigerton -- go head-to-head Tuesday night in Keshena.</p><p>Tigerton and Menominee Indian traded close 25-23 sets to start the night off. Then Tigerton took control, winning 25-18 in the third set and 25-12 in the fourth, and giving the Lady Tigers the 3-1 victory.</p><p>"They had us on the ropes the whole time," Tigerton coach Glenda Smith said. "We were kind of tentative tonight.

Mon
19
Sep

Lady Hawks beat North Fondy in three

<p>The Shawano varsity volleyball team defeated North Fond Du Lac in three sets on the road Tuesday night.</p><p>The Lady Hawks won the first 25-21, the second 25-14 and finished up with a 25-15 win.</p><p>Emily Klitzke had nine kills for Shawano. Kailene Young had seven kills, while Ashley Ainsworth had nine assists, 16 points and four aces. Brianna Waukau had nine assists and kills. Mikayla Schoening had 18 digs, 22 points and nine aces.

Mon
19
Sep

Shawano golfers third;Lamberies is medalist

<p>The Shawano varsity girls golf team took third place at the Bay Conference tournament on Tuesday at Wander Springs Golf Course in Greenleaf.</p><p>Shawano shot a team score of 388. Marinette won the tournament with a 374, while Denmark came in second with a 381.</p><p>Leading the Hawks was Leslie Lamberies, who shot the best individual score of the tournament, 85.

Mon
19
Sep

Bonduel beats Iola-Scandinavia in four sets

<p>The Bonduel varsity girls volleyball team faced Iola-Scandinavia at home Tuesday night, winning in four sets.</p><p>Bonduel split the first two sets, winning the first 25-19 and losing the second 25-20, before winning the last two, 25-20 and 25-11.</p><p>Ali Letter led the Bears with 16 points and 11 assists. Christina Dobratz had five aces.

Mon
19
Sep

Shawano finishes fourth at Jaguar Invite

<p>The Shawano girls varsity swim team came away with fourth place out of 16 teams Saturday at the Ashwaubenon Jaguar Swim Meet at Lawrence University.</p><p>Individual winners for Shawano were MacKenzie Soper, first in the 500-yard freestyle and second in the 200-yard freestyle, and Kenzie Buss, first in the 100 backstroke and second in the 200 individual medley.</p><p>Other results: Andie Villez, eighth, 100 breast, and 13th, 200 freestyle; Natalie Colon, 11th, 200 individual medley, and seventh, 500 freestyle; Malory Soper, sixth, 50 freestyle, and sixth, 10

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