The 2013 hook-and-line game fish season opens May 4 on inland waters for walleye, sauger, and northern pike statewide.
The Bluejays girls took another pair of tough losses last week, dropping a 2-0 game to Wis Rapids Assumption on Tuesday and falling 10-0 to D.C. Everest on Thursday. Merrill dropped a 9-0 contest in Monday’s rematch with the Evergreens
The Bluejay track teams put their depth up against the rest of the Valley in last Tuesday’s WVC Relays.
The Bluejay boys golf team kept rolling in the second leg of the seven-stage Valley meet, moving up into a tie for second place overall.
The Merrill girls picked up a needed Valley win with last Tuesday’s 5-3 triumph over Marshfield, but D.C. Everest put a hurt on the squad on Monday, with back-to-back blowout wins of 12-2 and 15-5.
Monday’s game was in danger of slipping away from the Merrill boys, but one swing of the bat with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning–the bases and the count loaded–swung it the Bluejay way.
The Hatchets found themselves indoors one more time last Tuesday, but the quality level of the Northland Pines Invite pushed them anyway.
After losing meets to bad weather last week, the Hatchet golfers managed to fit a 9-hole dual with Mosinee, at Inshalla, into Monday’s schedule.
The Hatchet softball team ran into some top-notch competition last week, and captured one game of four. They dropped both in Saturday’s D.C. Everest tourney, but forged an excellent split in last Tuesday’s double-header with Medford.
The Hatchet baseball team dominated Medford in the opener of last Tuesday’s double-header, before falling 3-2 in Game 2.
The THS softball team traveled to Waupaca to finally hit the diamond, but their hosts opened up an early 6-0 lead on the way to an 11-1 triumph.
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