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Lakeland's Garcia wins second NW12 Player of the Year AwardSubmitted: 03/15/2013
Story By Joe Dufek

Lakeland's Garcia wins second NW12 Player of the Year Award
- The girls basketball season concludes on Saturday. But on Friday, we wrap up announcing our Newswatch 12 Players of the Year for the Winter Sports Season.

For the second straight year, Lakeland sophomore Nick Garcia was one of the top swimmers in the Northwoods. Garcia finished 7th in the 100 yard free style at state. He was also 8th in the 200 yard free.

In girls basketball, Elcho junior Makayla Raith was the Player of the Year in the Northern Lakes Conference. She averaged just under 17 points and 7 rebounds per game for the Hornets. She has over 900 points in her career and is on the B-honor roll.


In boys basketball, Stevens Point freshman Trevor Anderson made quite a splash in the Wisconsin Valley Conference. He was the conference's player of the year, averaging 20 points per game. He received Honorable Mention for All-State honors. He's also on the B Honor Roll.

In Gymnastics, Antigo's Kirsten Tincher was the section champion in Division 2. She will compete at Nationals in May down in Fort Myers, Florida. She is also has 3.25 grade point average.

And in Wrestling, Merrill junior Tyler Schmidt pinned down his first state championship at 220 pounds. He went a perfect 45-0. He has a 3.74 GPA and a member of the National Honor Society.

All of the athletes will receive a plaque. Congratulations to everyone for a great season.


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MINOCQUA - A big tour bus with C-SPAN's logo on the side pulled into Lakeland Union High School on Tuesday.

The public affairs network arrived to help celebrate the work of students at the school. Four students were recognized for their winning projects in C-SPAN's Student Cam contest.

That contest drew 3,000 video entries.

"The fact that we had two groups of students winning here from Lakeland Union High School is pretty much a big deal," said C-SPAN Marketing Representative Shannon Augustus. "We're super happy to be here in Wisconsin."

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RHINELANDER - Some people need to rely on movies and books to learn about certain parts of history.
One Wisconsin Vietnam veteran wanted to make sure that wasn't the case for Rhinelander middle school students.

Paul Miller spoke at James Williams Middle School Tuesday.He was drafted into the Vietnam War in 1967.
Miller said he wanted to share his experience and how the war impacted him. He doesn't want that part of history to be forgotten. 

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What We're Working OnSubmitted: 05/22/2018

- Tonight on Newswatch 12:

We'll show you what Ascension St Mary's Hospital in Rhinelander is doing for the families of victims of the helicopter crash last month in Hazelhurst.

We take you to Lakeland Union High School in Minocqua where two groups of students received awards from a national cable network for documentaries they put together.

And we'll show you how a Tomahawk Middle School teacher showed her students real world skills by teaching them how to garden.

We'll bring you all this and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.

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