• Merrill football routs Lakeland to top off GNC perfection
    The Bluejays were not going to be denied. 
    Not when they fumbled their first snap from scrimmage, not when an inadvertent whistle... 
  • Business handled; Bluejays are Valley champs
    The Bluejay girls locked down a WVC championship with a dominating performance over Wis. Rapids on Thursday, after letting Wausau East see a little daylight and then extinguishing it last Tuesday.  
  • The Bluejay cross country teams came up a little short of their goals in Saturday’s WVC Meet at Wausau’s Nine Mile Forest. 
  • The seventh-seeded Merrill boys were embroiled in a 2-1 battle with #2 Hortonville in last Tuesday’s WIAA playoff opener, but the Polar Bears gave them the cold shoulder with a two-goal second half for a 4-1 win. 
  • The Bluejays girls capped off their home schedule with a 134-35 loss to Wausau West.
     
  • They may have dropped a second and third set in GNC play last week, but the Hatchet volleyball team wrapped up consecutive 12-0 GNC seasons with a Tuesday win over Pines and a 2-0 finish in Saturday’s GNC #2 Meet at Rhinelander. 
  • Balance was the key behind the Hatchet cross country teams’ excellent performances in Saturday’s GNC Meet at Minoqua. 
  • THS reaches 7-0
    The Hatchet swimmers wrapped up a perfect 7-0 dual conference record for the first time in school history with Thursday’s 108-62 triumph over Medford. 
  • The Hatchets last chance at a playoff berth disappeared with Friday’s 27-18 defeat at Chequamegon. 
  • The Bluejays were not going to be denied.

    Not when they fumbled their first snap from scrimmage, not when an inadvertent whistle...

     
  • The Bluejay volleyball team used a 2-0 day in Saturday’s home-hosted WVC #2 to surge back into the Valley lead by a match over D.C. Everest, then swept Wausau East 3-0 on Tuesday night to guarantee at least a share of first place in the Valley heading into Thursday’s road match with last-place Wisconsin Rapids (1-10).   A win over Rapids or... 
  • The Bluejay soccer team closed out its Valley season last week with a pair of losses to Wausau schools that were closer then the final showed.  
  • Wausau East washed over the smaller-than-usual Merrill swim team in a 139-28 meet at Wausau East last Thursday.


     
  • The Bluejay girls tennis closed out another season in last Monday’s WIAA Wausau East Subsectional. 
    Merrill tied the host Lumberjacks for seventh place in the eight-team event. 
  • The Hatchet football team cut loose on the ground and in the air while limiting the Prentice/Rib Lake response to secure Friday’s 34-8 triumph. 
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