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First Night of High School Football Submitted: 08/21/2014

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PHILLLIPS - 50 teams across the state kicked off their football seasons tonight.

Take you to Phillips where the loggers were taking on the Ladysmith Lumberjacks
Ladysmith's defense getting it done early.

Now lumberjacks first play of offense, Quarterback Lucus Weisenberger lays a stiff arm and then takes it all the way to the house.

Touchdown lumberjacks!

On their second drive Ladysmith scores again to go ahead 12-0 and they didn't look back.

Ladysmith wins 41-0.

Other scores around the area tonight. Manawa takes down Tigerton/Marion 53-0.

Newman Catholic wins over Thorp 41-8.

In the Wisconsin valley, Wausau East wins a close one and beats Wisconsin Rapids 19-13.

Also, Menominee Indian loses to Hope Christian 20-14

In tennis, Rhinelander takes down Medford 7-0.

In boys soccer, Northland Pines defeats Lakeland 3-1




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Crandon Playing With Only Four SeniorsSubmitted: 08/18/2014

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CRANDON - The Crandon High School football team held practice on Monday at Crandon High School.
They will play only 4 seniors this season.
That's a big difference from last season when the team played 12 seniors. Morgan Krueger was one of them, and rushed for more than 1,000 yards.
The team is looking forward to the new senior group.

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Lakeland Returns a Skilled QuarterbackSubmitted: 08/17/2014

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- Great Northern's Lakeland Thunderbirds look to turn their 2-7 season from last year around in 2014.
They will have Nick Peterson returning at quarterback, which head coach Mike Mestelle says adds another element to their offense.

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Pinewood Golf Course Finds Creative Ways to Attract Customers Submitted: 08/17/2014

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HARSHAW - The economy is not where it used to be and people's time is more valuable than ever. Golf courses have found new ways to attract customers.
Pinewood Golf Course in Harshaw has created a fun twist to their holes on Sundays.

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Wausau West Looking to Keep the Improvement UpSubmitted: 08/16/2014

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WAUSAU - Wausau West finished 2-7 in 2012 and improved to 6-4 in 2013. The Warriors look to keep the improvement going into the 2014 season.

On Friday Wausau West hosted a five game scrimmage and head coach Kevin Grundy liked how the team performed.

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Fishermen Compete in Musky Tournament Submitted: 08/16/2014

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EAGLE RIVER - Over 1200 fishermen will compete in the 2014 Musky Tournament National Championship Open in Eagle River this weekend.

The fishermen enjoy their time out on the lake.

"I think it's just being on the water and fishing," said Warren Erdman, a competitor in the open. "Keeping your fingers crossed to get that next big strike."

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Local teams take part in preseason scrimmageSubmitted: 08/15/2014

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EAGLE RIVER - A handful of Northwoods football teams could use a scrimmage in Eagle River Friday to gauge their preseason progress.

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5 Teams Scrimmage in WausauSubmitted: 08/15/2014

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WAUSAU - Wausau West, Eau Claire North, Lakeland, Merrill, and Antigo scrimmaged in Wausau on Friday.
High school football teams are cramming as much as they can during their last days of practice.
The coaches agreed that it was a great opportunity for their players to get a taste of game speed.
"We have a lot of young guys and that had to see how fast varsity football is," said Nick Sturm, the head coach at Merrill. "They got a taste of it today and I think it was an eye opening experience early on and I think they started catching up to the speed."

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Northland Pines Roster May Be Small, but It's Also ExperiencedSubmitted: 08/14/2014

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EAGLE RIVER - The Northland Pines football team practiced this week as they continue to try to build upon last year's 6-4 record.

They will have to make due with only 18 players on their varsity squad this year. The Eagles are looking to take advantage of their maturity, especially in the backfield

"Of the 13 seniors we have, eight of them are running backs and quarterbacks," said Eric Swanson, the Eagles' head coach. "That right there allows us to utilize them."

The Eagles have moved to a more balanced attack on offense to become more of a challenge to defend.

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Smaller roster for Rhinelander boys' soccer team for 2014 seasonSubmitted: 08/12/2014

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RHINELANDER - The Rhinelander High School boys' soccer team will feature a smaller roster for its 2014 season.

In fact, the Hodags have the lowest turnout they've ever had.

Teams like Lakeland and Northland Pines all have plenty of players that came out this season.

While their numbers are small, the Hodag coaching staff is confident they'll stay competitive.

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Minocqua Hosts Aqua Bowl Competition Submitted: 08/09/2014

MINOCQUA - Racers hit the water on Jet Skis for the Great Lakes Watercross Racing Series in Minocqua on Saturday.
The event was sanctioned by the International Jet Sports Boating Association.
The people who partake in watersports start because of their love for water.
"It's just cause they like playing out on the water," said Scott Hyke, the event producer for the Great Lakes Watercross Racing Series. "You got that natural attraction to swimming and everything. I liked water and I liked motor cross. As I got older I could wipe out on a jet ski and I didn't get hurt so this was a big attraction to me."
With all the lakes in this region of the country, to spend some time on a jet ski and enjoy the water is a great idea.

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