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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
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Lakeland wrestler Andre Starynski gets ready for the season with some pull-ups.
Photo by Jacob friede/lakeland times

Lakeland wrestler Andre Starynski gets ready for the season with some pull-ups.
Friday, November 16, 2018 7:27 AM
Practices started for another slate of winter sports teams and while coaches began preparing their athletes for the field of play, a never-ending competition was already underway for those very players to field. (subscriber access)
  • Girls’ basketball tips off tonight
    The Lakeland girls’ basketball team enters the season looking for its third straight Great Northern Conference title but, tonight, the T-Birds will get things rolling outside of the GNC. (subscriber access)
  • Participation stretched thin in LUHS sports
    Practices started for another slate of winter sports teams and while coaches began preparing their athletes for the field of play, a never-ending competition was already underway for those very players to field. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland gymnastics head coach Haley Farrell is entering her first year on the job, however, she is not a new face around the program. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ basketball looks to repeat as conference champions after  two perfect GNC seasons
    The girls’ basketball team began practice this past week, and as they begin a second straight Great Northern conference title defense, head coach Melissa Ouimette is aware of the targets on their back. (subscriber access)
  • Girls’ swim team gains valuable experience in 2018
    The young Lakeland girls’ swim team had a strong season to build upon. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS students attend State Music Conference
    Aubrey Anderson, a junior at Lakeland Union High School, says she gets nervous “about everything.”  (subscriber access)
  • LUHS alum learned to walk (on) before he could run
    Andrew Schilling grew up running among the endless birch trees and pine groves of the Northwoods.  (subscriber access)
  • Global Impact
    Minocqua native Kevin Bolger, who races cross country for the U.S. national ski team, now lives in Sun Valley, Idaho and, from his description, the founding fathers could not have been more accurate when naming that town.  (subscriber access)
  • First-year coach feeling right at home
    Should first-year Lakeland head hockey coach Jake Suter find himself this season, when needing to motivate his hockey players to defend their home ice, yelling “This is our house!” he will mean it, almost literally. (subscriber access)
  • Girls’ swim season  ends at sectionals
    The season may have ended for the Lakeland girls’ swim team on Saturday in Stevens Point, but their performance at the sectional meet showed that, as a program, they are just hitting their stride. (subscriber access)
  • Early-bird registration is now open for the second annual Forest Frenzy Winter Triathlon, which returns to Boulder Junction on Feb. 16, 2019. (subscriber access)
  • LUHS girls’ swim team looks to carry momentum into sectionals
    The Lakeland girls’ swim team will ride a wave of momentum into the UW-Stevens Point pool on Saturday for the Colby/Abbotsford sectional meet. (subscriber access)
  • Great seasons  in the  Great Northern
    There were plenty of Thunderbirds listed among the Great Northern Conference’s elite athletes when the fall sports all-conference selections were released Monday morning. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland Union High School’s Drama Club presents an evening of mystery and mayhem with its performance of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap,”
    Christie’s “The Mousetrap” is a thrilling tale of a group of travelers stranded together in a boarding house during a snowstorm — one of whom may be a murderer. (subscriber access)
  • Peterson takes sixth at state cross country meet
    It was a cloudy day in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday for the state cross country championships, and the atmosphere was especially gloomy around the Lakeland girls’ team at the finish line after the race.  (subscriber access)
  • Fast times  at Lakeland Union high
    Lakeland Union High School hosted the Great Northern Conference girls’ swim meet on Friday night and they took full advantage of swimming in their home pool. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland Union High School’s Drama Club presents an evening of mystery and mayhem with its performance of Agatha Christie’s “The Mousetrap,”
    Christie’s “The Mousetrap” is a thrilling tale of a group of travelers stranded together in a boarding house during a snowstorm — one of whom may be a murderer.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls look good for state cross country meet
    The Lakeland girls’ cross country team will hit the Ridges Golf course in Wisconsin Rapids for the state championship race Saturday with plenty of momentum. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys’ soccer team makes adjustments on the fly in 2018
    A team’s identity is usually being solidified midway through a season, when a rhythm of understanding between players and coaches is often already established. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland volleyball team accomplishes goals for improvement in 2018
    When building a program, the measurements for progress go beyond wins and losses, and in that sense this year’s Lakeland volleyball team took major strides. (subscriber access)
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