Loading
Search
NEWS STORIES

Pines track teams capture invitational winsSubmitted: 04/07/2018
Story By Mark Spillane

Pines track teams capture invitational wins
EAGLE RIVER -

The snow outside can't stop the Northwoods track season from moving forward.

Northland Pines hosted nine schools Saturday for an invitational meet.

The Eagles took home first place on both the boys and girls sides.

The Pines boys scored 169.5 points while the girls totaled 135.

Lochlan Siegmeier and Kirsten Lindemann each finished first in three different events.

Paige Hickson won the girls pole vault with a new Northland Pines girls indoor record of 9'6".

Sprinter Gabby Herfindahl placed first in the 55-meter dash.

We'll hear more from Gabby Sunday night as she hopes to break the conference 100-meter record this spring.



TOP 3 BOYS TEAMS:
1st Northland Pines -169.5
2nd Marquette - 118
3rd Tomahawk - 74.5

TOP 3 GIRLS TEAMS:
1st Northland Pines - 135
2nd Marquette - 110
3rd Chequamegon - 82.5



Text Size: + Increase | Decrease -
| Print Story | Email Story
Sponsored in part by HodagSports.com





 IN OTHER NEWS

Play Video

EAGLE RIVER - Gov. Scott Walker decided to stop in the Northwoods on Sunday as part of his campaign.

He arrived in Eagle River to meet people and encourage them to get out and vote. 

+ Read More

Play Video

WAUSAU - A group of veterans from thirteen Wisconsin counties geared up Sunday for a trip to Washington D.C. Monday.

Tonight, a pre-flight dinner was held in their honor.

Bill Day has applied for this trip for several years, but wasn't accepted until now.

"I'm not wildly excited about the opportunity," said Day. "I'm more humbled by it because so many people have donated so much to make these trips happen. It's pretty special to me. "

Day and 104 veterans gathered to celebrate at the Hilton Garden Inn the before a trip of a lifetime.

+ Read More

MADISON - The University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeing an increase in international graduate students, bucking the nationwide drop in international graduate students.

Wisconsin Public Radio reports that 725 new international graduate students enrolled at UW-Madison in 2017, up from about 670 students in 2016.

+ Read More

Play Video

TRIPOLI - On November 6, Oneida County residents will vote if they want a mining site built.

One side says it'd be beneficial and help the economy. Another side says building a mine would be bad for the environment.

+ Read More

Play Video

LAKE TOMAHAWK - The New-Tom SnoFleas hosted their bi-annual chicken dinner Sunday at Shamrock Pub N' Eatery.

The funds are used to the support the club's efforts to prepare 120 miles of trails.

"We have three groomers and drags that we use to maintain the trails in the winter," said Snowflea President Kevin Krueger. "And then we collectively, we have a couple of real devoted members and volunteers that devote a ton of time trail brushing and mowing."

The club is excited for the upcoming snowmobile season.

They will host their next fundraiser in February. 

+ Read More

MADISON - Wisconsin voters will decide this fall if lawmakers should close the state's so-called "dark store" loophole.

+ Read More

STRUM - Authorities say a man was shot by police in Strum after officers responded to a report of a subject with a gun.

+ Read More
+ More General News
Search: 





Click Here