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YMCA plans leagues for basketball, volleyball

The Rhinelander YMCA?has announced it is planning fall adult basketball leagues and co-ed volleyball leagues.

The basketball leagues will be a call-you-own-foul league and is slated to begin Sept. 24.

Games will all have a supplied scorekeeper and games will be played to 50-60 points. The league will run as a six-week round robin and feature a single elimination tournament with the champions bringing home T-shirts.

The league will have an entry fee of $150. The Y has opened

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:18 PM | Updated ( Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:23 PM )
Bowling league seeks members

The Wednesday Ladies Night Out Bowling League at Eagle Lanes recently announced it has openings for new bowlers. No experience is necessary.

“It’s a fun league with bowlers of various skills,” said league spokesperson Joyce Leander. “Come join in the fun.”

The first night of league will be Wednesday, Sept. 3, at 6:30 p.m. for practice and 6:45 p.m. for league start.

For more information, call Leander at (715) 479-8839 or Eagle Lanes at 479-4555.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:17 PM
Bowling league plans meeting

The Thursday Sportsmen Bowling League will hold an organizational?meeting Thursday, Aug. 28, at Eagle Lanes starting at 7 p.m. Teams should send a representative to the meeting.

Any team unable to send a representative should call Eagle Lanes at (715) 479-4555, Don Tess at (715) 891-2059 or Steve Janssen at 479-6934 to reserve a team spot in the league. New teams are welcome.

Agenda items will include the team sponsor fee, U.S. Bowling Congress sanction fee, weekly bowling fee and league schedule.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014 2:17 PM
Eagles return 16 letterwinners; open play this Friday at home
Returning letterwinners on the Northland Pines football team include, front row from left, Lance Bontrager, Bailey Ramesh, John Puffer, Hunter Foster, Luke Freund, Tim Ebert and Joe Roach; back row, Jack Sarama, Brett Bucher, Ryan Ozelie, Kory Droes, Josh Lacko, Dan Peters and Nick Dean. Missing were Allan VanderBloomen and Jake Jantzen.         —STAFF PHOTO
By Gary Ridderbusch
News-Review Editor

The Northland Pines Eagles football team is looking to improve on its third-place conference finish last year and advance deeper into the WIAA?playoffs during the 2014 season set to open this Friday.

Head coach Eric Swanson will put 16 returning letterwinners on the field, but depth could be a problem for the Eagles.

Pines will open the season this Friday, Aug. 22,

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:25 PM
Three Lakes football returns five players
Those returning to the field to play eight-man football for Three Lakes this season include, front row from left, Mitch Raatz and Jacob Fath; back row, Justin Ertz, Gavin Maney and Chase Kirby.                     —Staff Photo By ANTHONY DREW
By Anthony Drew
News-Review Asst. Editor

The Three?Lakes Bluejays eight-man football team will return five letterwinners to the field for the 2014 season.

The returning players include Gavin Maney, Jake Fath, Mitch Raatz, Justin Ertz and Chase Kirby.

Maney and Raatz will share quarterback duties this season, according to coach Tyler Maney. The two also will take turns lining up in the backfield

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 1:24 PM