• The Bluejay grapplers pushed their Valley season back in a positive direction... 
  • Lassa throws steers with the best in National Permit Challenge
    Merrill native Noah Lassa dedicated himself to rodeo events in high school and it paid off with a National High School Rodeo championship in steer wrestling in 2011. 
  • Sabey a great sport
    Jessica Sabey, a Merrill native and member of the 2014 UW-Whitewater women’s volleyball program, was selected to the WIAC All-Sportsmanship team. 
  • Schauer on UW-W
    Mitchell Schauer, a general management major at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, is a member of the Warhawks’ 2014 WIAC championship team. 
  • The Bluejay boys captured back-back games in the past week to improve to 3-2 overall. Merrill handled Wausau East 50-41 on Friday, then backed it up with a 61-50 triumph over Green Bay East on Tuesday.

     
  • The Bluejay hockey team bounced back from a pair of losses last week with Tuesday’s 7-4 triumph over Shawano.

     
  • The Bluejay wrestling team took a tough loss in the opening week of the Valley season at D.C. Everest last Thursday. The Evergreens overcame two extra forfeits and a 24-9 deficit to close fast and capture a 36-32 victory. 
  • The Hatchet wrestling team romped over Ashland on Thursday and appeared to take Saturday’s 17-team Rebel Invite in Wabeno until Monday when THS self-reported an ineligible athlete. Tomahawk ended up a close second. 
  • The Tomahawk boys prevailed 54-40 in overtime in last Tuesday’s home contest with Chequamegon, but stumbled late in Friday’s 47-32 home loss with Antigo. 
  • The THS girls fell 2-1 in last Thursday’s road game with Marshfield despite dominating much of the action.
     
  • Defending GNC runner-up Northalnd Pines pulled out an 8-3 victory at SARA Park on Tuesday, but the Hatchet boys hockey team rebounded with a near-win in 5-4 defeat at Waupaca on Thursday. 
  • The Tomahawk swimmers hung within 95-72 of Rhinelander on Thursday. 
  • Bluejay girls take a big step
    The Bluejay girls bumped the memory of Tuesday’s lopsided loss deep into the back recesses... 
  • The Bluejay hockey team scored a pair of goals in both of last week’s games, but cam out of the losing end to higher-powered squads. D.C. Everest pulled out a 6-2 win on Tuesday and Stevens Point Pacelli prevailed 5-2 on Thursday. 
  • The Bluejay boys fell behind 13-8 in the first quarter of Tuesday’s Valley opener, and still trailed D.C. Everest 28-26 at halftime. Merrill rebounded all the way into a 36-34 lead... 
 
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