• Bluejays take a bite out of Panthers
    The Merrill girls softball team fell behind the state’s third-ranked SPASH 2-0 in the top of the first inning during Thursday’s battle of the two remaining unbeaten teams at the MARC. 
  • It's time

    A man who has given a lot of time and effort to the program has reached a decision, and it spells a change for Merrill High School sports. 

  • Merrill girls run through the Valley
    The Bluejay girls pushed their Valley record to 3-0 within a week after a rousing 9-1 triumph over Wausau West on Thursday. That backed up a 13-2 triumph over Wausau East on Tuesday and a 3-0 shut-out of D.C. Everest on Monday. 
  • Bluejay baseball kills skid with Lakeland outburst
    The Merrill boys dropped five straight before putting an end to the suffering with Thursday’s 13-5 pounding of Lakeland.  
  • A lifetime of leading and assisting the THS wrestling program was noticed as Tomahawk’s Bob Skubal was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Menomonie last weekend.  
  • he Merrill girls track team mixed up a stale indoor season with last Tuesday’s Tiger Relays, and it provided a fresh fifth-place finish out of eight teams. 
  • The Bluejay soccer girls made a solid debut when they played Green Bay East to a scoreless tie for nearly the entire contest before giving up a 1-0 loss in Saturday’s Rapids Invite. 
  • On Saturday, the Tomahawk varsity track team headed northbound to Eagle River to take part in the 2nd Annual Northern Wisconsin “Elite” meet hosted at Northland Pines High School. 
  • Last Tuesday, the Tomhawk Hatchet varsity softball squad came up short 2-6 at Antigo, in a Great Northern Conference showdown with the Red Robins.
  • Merrill girls launch into new season
    The Bluejay girls jumped feet-first into a new season in last Friday’s indoor opener at UW-Stevens Point, ending up 12th in the 28-team event. 
  • Squirts capture state title
    The Merrill Youth Hockey Association’s Squirt A Team won the Wisconsin Amateur Hockey Association Squirt 4A State Championship  
  • Bantams are state runners-up
    The Merrill Bantams gave a great effort in the 4A state tournament... 
  • Point Invite give Bluejay track boys an early barometer
    The Merrill boys took an early look at themselves and loads of competition when they attended Saturday’s 24-team invite at UW-Stevens Point.
  • Junior Jays to state

    Fourteen Merrill youth and middle school wrestlers joined a massive group of 540 participants in the folkstyle state wrestling qualifier in Merrill on Saturday, March 21.

    The top two wrestlers in each weight and age group qualify for the state tournament to be held at the Aliant Energy Center in Madison this Friday and Saturday, March 27-28. 

  • The Tomahawk co-ed track team headed to UW-Eau Claire to host Thursday’s 15th-annual invite and kick off a new season of competition with a bang. 
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