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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Brendan McMahon pushes the ball up front to his offense against Mosinee on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at River Valley Bank Field. Photos by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Brendan McMahon pushes the ball up front to his offense against Mosinee on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at River Valley Bank Field. Photos by Brett LaBore/Lakeland Times.
Friday, September 20, 2019 7:28 AM
The Lakeland boys’ soccer team was back at home to take on Mosinee in a primetime conference matchup Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Battle of the birds
    Coming off two tough losses, it is time to re-group and come together for the Lakeland football team. No doubt they’ll have to do it quick when a trip to Antigo awaits them today. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland volleyball falls to Medford in home opener
    After a weekend full of games and positive results, the Lakeland volleyball team looked to continue that momentum with their home opener against Medford. (subscriber access)
  • Just out of reach
    The Lakeland boys’ soccer team was back at home to take on Mosinee in a primetime conference matchup Tuesday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ tennis falters against Antigo
    Rhythm and momentum propel teams in games and in their seasons. Because of recent postponed matches, the Lakeland girls’ tennis team has not had much rhythm as of late. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ swim competes twice in Rhinelander
    The Lakeland swim team traveled to Rhinelander for two meets on Thursday night and Saturday morning, Sept. 12 and 14. (subscriber access)
  • When it rains, it pours
    The Lakeland football team hosted its first game of the season when the Medford Raiders came to town Friday night at River Valley Bank Field. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys’ soccer wins, loses
    A weekend full of games provided many opportunities for development, growth and fun for the Lakeland boys’ soccer team. (subscriber access)
  • In the article entitled “Lakeland girls swim victorious against Antigo” in the Tuesday, Sept. 10 edition of The Times, it was incorrectly stated that “Rylee Ahlborn won her race two seconds better than second place.” Ahlborn won her race two minutes better than second place. The Times regrets the error.
  • Home sweet home
    Sports can be unpredictable. Just when you think one thing will happen, the opposite occurs. There is a lot of unpredictability in Lakeland football’s next game.

    The Thunderbirds host their first home game of the season when Medford comes to town tonight. It will be the Thunderbirds’ second conference game of the season. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland volleyball takes defeat to Tomahawk
    The Lakeland Thunderbird volleyball team went on the road for its first conference game when it played Tomahawk on Tuesday night.

    The Thunderbirds made runs all night, but it was Tomahawk who prevailed at the end and won in three sets, 25-12, 25-20, 25-20. (subscriber access)
  • Another swimming meet was hosted by Lakeland on Thursday, Sept. 5 when they hosted Antigo in the first regular season conference matchup. The Thunderbirds found success and won 113-51. (subscriber access)
  • Hodags score late to beat Thunderbird boys soccer
    A thunderstorm could not stop the Lakeland boys soccer team from playing its first road conference game at Rhinelander. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football run down by the Hodags
    In a rivalry game for the axe, the Lakeland football team traveled to Rhinelander to take on the Hodags on Friday night. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls tennis strike for victories
    The Lakeland girls tennis team played a quad against Merrill, Medford and Ashland on Saturday, Sept. 7. Lakeland came out with eight victories in the matches. (subscriber access)
  • Rival Rhinelander awaits Lakeland football
    There is nothing better than rivalry week, a week in the season where two rivals go at it for one game. That will be the case when Lakeland heads to Rhinelander tonight. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys soccer finds first conference win
    Soccer can be a game of inches. One pass through the defense or a shot past the goalie can be the difference. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls swim hosts first meet
    The Lakeland girls swim team hosted its first meet of the year when Rhinelander and Wausau West visited for a triangular event on Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland cross country off to the races in Rhinelander
    The Lakeland cross country teams made its season debut when the team went to the Hodag Invitational on Thursday, Aug. 29. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls tennis comes up short at Medford
    The Lakeland girls tennis team continued their brand new season when they took their first road trip to Medford on Thursday, Aug. 22. Even with some close matches, Medford took the 6-1 victory. (subscriber access)
  • When it comes to Great Northern Conference football in 2019, two things seem certain — Mosinee and Medford. Behind them, expect the highest level of parity the conference has seen in its 11 years of existence. (subscriber access)
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