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Lakeland Times, Minocqua, Wisconsin
In this May 10 file photo, Kyle Bengtson stares down his tee shot at Northwood Golf Club in Rhinelander. Bengtson recently won the Wisconsin PGA Junior?Tour’s College Showcase Tournament at Whistling Straits in Kohler. Photo by Jeremy Mayo/River News.
In this May 10 file photo, Kyle Bengtson stares down his tee shot at Northwood Golf Club in Rhinelander. Bengtson recently won the Wisconsin PGA Junior?Tour’s College Showcase Tournament at Whistling Straits in Kohler. Photo by Jeremy Mayo/River News.
Friday, July 19, 2019 7:30 AM
Even with summer in full swing, it hasn’t stopped Lakeland Union High School golfer Kyle Bengtson from hitting the course and finding success. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland’s Bengtson topping golf leaderboard
    Even with summer in full swing, it hasn’t stopped Lakeland Union High School golfer Kyle Bengtson from hitting the course and finding success. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football puts on complete effort
    Fall sports are just around the corner, and to get ready, the Lakeland football team continued to learn their craft and work on their game. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion falls to Medford
    As Legion ball continues, it was another tough time for the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion slips by Northwoods 4-3
    EAGLE?RIVER — After a couple of tough losses, the Minocqua American Legion Post 89 team went on the road to find its winning ways. (subscriber access)
  • Slow start costs 89ers in loss to Medford
    One night earlier, Minocqua Post 89 manager Doug Etten commented about his teams’ propensity to allow a big inning following an 11-4 loss at Rhinelander. It happened again Tuesday night in Whittlesey. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls’ soccer showed skill and promise
    For the Lakeland girls’ soccer team, there was leadership and there was youth. Both of these factors played into their season this spring. (subscriber access)
  • New Northern Edge teammates get acquainted during summer ice
    With all of the logistics of merging two teams into one worked out, the new-look Northern Edge is enjoying a brief opportunity to begin the process of piecing together what the on-ice product might look like this winter. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland track and field shows off talent for the future
    Some of the better teams in Lakeland Union High School’s recent history are the track and field teams. (Subscriber Access)
  • Northwoods fastpitch teams cruise to victory
    After some early success in the Northland Pines fastpitch tournament, The Northwoods Fastpitch teams were looking to win it all as bracket play continued Sunday. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion finds first win of the summer
    After the rainout of games last week, the Minocqua Post 89 Legion team continued a stretch of both frustrating and fun games. (subscriber access)
  • Northwoods fastpitch team finds success
    Another weekend brought another tournament when Northland Pines hosted a softball tournament in Eagle River for 12U, 14U and 16U teams. The 16U Northwoods fastpitch team competed in the tournament and they found some success. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland softball team continues ascension
    One sign of a good season is improvement. Improvement within the year and improvement from past seasons is a good thing. The Lakeland girls softball team continued that ascension this year. (subscriber access)
  • With rain keeping teams off the field last Friday in Stevens Point, teams tried to play an abundance of games on Sunday during the Don Friday Classic Baseball Tournament. But the weather still was a problem. (subscriber access)
  • Sign-ups for the flag football league continue. The first T-Birds of Tomorrow Youth Football Camp starts June 24-25 in Lac du Flambeau.
  • Minocqua Legion loses two close games
    After a tough loss to Chequamegon, Minocqua Post 89 played a league game against rival Rhinelander at Lakeland Union High School and a tournament game at Bukolt Park in Stevens Point. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland baseball struggled to finish
    The Lakeland baseball team’s story was that of close games and one bad inning. When you put the pieces together, this was a team an inning or two away from winning more games. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland football scrimmages with rivals
    Now that it is summer time, it’s only a matter of time before football comes around again. To get ready, the Lakeland football team got some 7-7 scrimmages in. (subscriber access)
  • Minocqua Legion team starts season with loss
    Monday opened the American Legion baseball season for Minocqua Post 89. The 89ers hope it will be a season full of opportunity and improvement.  (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland boys' tennis showed improvement
    If you look at the record, the Lakeland boys tennis team was not as good as one might think. But if you look beyond the record, you see a team full of optimism and growth. (subscriber access)
  • Lakeland girls soccer season ends
    With school out and the sun shining, the Lakeland girls soccer team had ideas of advancing in its sectional bracket on June 6. (subscriber access)
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