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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
Friday, June 8, 2018 2:29 AM
Last Friday, the Great Northern Conference released the 2018 all-conference teams. In all Lakeland had 47 student-athletes receive some sort of all-conference recognition this spring, including 24 first-teamers. (subscriber access)
  • Last Friday, the Great Northern Conference released the 2018 all-conference teams. In all Lakeland had 47 student-athletes receive some sort of all-conference recognition this spring, including 24 first-teamers. (subscriber access)
  • Last season, Lakeland Union High School had a magical run to the WIAA Division 3 Sectional Finals, where its season came to an end at Rice Lake. (subscriber access)
  • The top doubles squad for Lakeland Union High School has had a solid 2018 campaign despite being put together this season. (subscriber access)
  • T-Birds get blanked in regular season finale
    Lakeland Union High School started the girls' soccer season with a scoreless draw at Mosinee back on April 26. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland golfers win regional title in tiebreaker
    After making history with one of the best golf seasons ever played in the Great Northern Conference, Lakeland High School looked to extend its year in the WIAA Division 2 Regionals at Indianhead Golf Course in Mosinee on Tuesday. (subscriber access)
  • A quartet of T-Bird tennis players move on to sectionals
    The playoff season has begun for the Lakeland Union High School boys' tennis team, starting with the WIAA subsectional at Rhinelander High School on Monday. (subscriber access)
  • Garcia and Holmes win GNC meet
    Since being put together early this season the Lakeland Union High School boys' doubles tandem of Jack Garcia and Tony Holmes has run through the competition in the Great Northern Conference. (subscriber access)
  • Heading down the home stretch
    With its playoff fate set, Lakeland Union High School had a pair of baseball doubleheaders to wrap up the regular season. (subscriber access)
  • The Lakeland Union High School golf team has been on a historic tear through the Great Northern Conference this season and it culminated on Friday evening. (subscriber access)
  • T-Bird softball eclipses win total of previous season
    The Lakeland Union High School softball team needed two wins to eclipse last season's total heading into the final four games of the season in a pair of doubleheaders against Medford and Ironwood, Mich. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland splits a pair heading into playoff seeding meeting
    With the girls' soccer regular season nearing its end, Lakeland Union High School had two more games to improve its resume prior to tomorrow's seeding meeting for the WIAA Playoffs. (subscriber access)
  • The dynasty continues
    Lakeland Union High School has created a running dynasty that has spanned nearly a decade. (Subscriber Access)
  • T-Birds show resiliency in a pair of comeback wins at Pines
    EAGLE RIVER - With the regular season coming to a close, Lakeland Union High School softball needed to snap a recent losing skid after dropping six out of seven last week. (Subscriber Access)
  • Bengtson, Lakeland shoot season-bests at Timber Ridge
    Entering the fifth Great Northern Conference golf meet, Lakeland Union High School had just three more tournaments left on the regular season slate. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland manufactures a sweep of Pines on the diamond
    EAGLE RIVER - Lakeland Union High School finally found some offense (and wins) over the weekend by winning its own baseball invite. (Subscriber Access)
  • T-Birds explode for five goals in eight minutes to beat Medford
    After a sluggish start in a loss at Ashland, Lakeland Union High School's girls' soccer team had some time to reflect, rest and get ready for Tuesday's trip to Medford. (Subscriber Access)
  • Lakeland caught in a hitting drought
    It was a tough week for the Lakeland Union High School softball team. (Subscriber Access)
  • Nomm, T-Birds win another GNC meet
    Lakeland Union High School staked its claim as the top golf team in the Great Northern Conference early in the week, winning back-to-back conference meets. (Subscriber Access)
  • Nomm and Lakeland win a pair of GNC golf meets
    The Lakeland Union High School golf team continued a stretch of playing six times in the last seven days.

    Most people wouldn't balk at that schedule right about now and the Thunderbirds didn't appear to mind the grind too much either. (subscriber access)
  • Scoring 
spree
    The Lakeland Union High School girls' soccer team was able to gain some momentum during a three-game stretch over the weekend in which it won two out of three games. (subscriber access)
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