• Another three-set victory pushed the Hatchet volleyball team to 6-0 in the GNC as well as 19-2 overall. 
     
     
  • The Hatchet cross country teams split their attentions between two meets last week, and fared well in both Thursday’s Three Lakes Invite and Saturday’s Polar Bear Invite at Hortonville. 
  • The THS swimmers improved to a stellar 19-3 overall on the season with a 114-55 victory over Antigo on Thursday. 
  • The Tomahawk grid men ran into perennially tough Edgar on Friday, and the host Wildcats turned a 40-0 halftime lead into a 47-0 victory. 
  • Adversity raised its ugly head for the Hatchet volleyball team last week, but the girl overcame it to improve to 5-0 in conference and 18-2 overall with a 3-0 Saturday in the GNC #1 Meet in Eagle River.  
  • The Hatchets cross country teams overcame serious obstacles to post fine finishes in Saturday’s Bill Smiley Invite in Wausau. 
  • The Hatchet swim team posted its top finish ever with a fourth in Saturday’s top-quality 12-team Jaguar Invite at Ashwaubenon. 
  • The Hatchet felt a big one got away when they hosted Marathon on Friday. The Raiders powered a 40-13 win with a 27-point second quarter. 
  • The Hatchet volleyball team improved to 15-2 on the season and 2-0 in the GNC with its second consecutive sweep when it handled Medford last Tuesday. 
  • After a bad-weather cancellation, many of the Hatchets hadn't hit the competitive trail since August 28 so there was some pre-race concern about Saturday’s 15-team Knudtson Invite in Fall Creek.
    It was entirely unwarranted ... 
  • The Hatchet football team nearly knocked off a storied program when they hung within a touchdown of Stratford late in Friday’s game.  
  • The Hatchet volleyball girls pounded out their best finish ever in the prestigious UW-Whitewater Invite, placing second in the 15-team event with a 5-1 overall mark, coming within a 15-13 game of the title. 
  • The 14-team Ashland Invite proved to be a great coming-out party for the Hatchet cross country teams. The girls captured the title from their hosts by 20 points, while the boys were a super-solid second to the Ore­dockers. 
  • Friday’s Hatchet Relays pitted three solid teams swimming for the gold that Tomahawk collected. THS topped Rice Lake 434-400, and Marshfield tallied 334. 
  • Tomahawk’s Post 93 American Legion team entered last weekend’s Marathon Regional with a stellar 21-1 record, but tough opponents stood between the Cubs and a state berth.  
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