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  • LADY JAYS IN SEARCH OF MORE OFFENSE AS NORTHERN LAKES SCHEDULE KICKS IN
    After opening conference play last week with a tough loss to Laona-Wabeno, the Three Lakes girls...
  • PINES JUNIOR JACQUELINE SMITH NAMED ALL-STATE IN VOLLEYBALL
    The Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association (WVCA) released its 2018 All-State awards, honoring 40 first team, 20 second team and 116 honorable mention girls volleyball players from across Wisconsin, including one Northland Pines player.
    Northland Pines junior Jacqueline Smith was one of 10 players named to the first team in
  • The Northland Pines boys hockey team improved to 6-0 to start the season with three victories last week.
    The Eagles opened the week with a 15-1 victory over Tomahawk in a Great Northern Conference (GNC) game and then topped two nonconference opponents in
  • Pines boys battle Hayward, Mosinee, but come up short in two tough losses
    The Northland Pines basketball team dropped two games last week, including a 64-57 loss to Hayward in a nonconference game last Tuesday in the field house and 78-73 at Mosinee in the first Great Northern Conference (GNC) game of the season last Friday.
    The Eagles took a 30-25 halftime lead against Hayward, but
  • Northland Pines struggled at the free-throw line in a 53-47 loss in a nonconference basketball game against Hurley last week.
    “We were 10-for-24 from the line and lost by six,” said Pines coach Josh Olivotti. “Obviously this hurts a lot when we do not convert from the line.”
    Pines found themselves in the bonus with about 
  • Phelps girls take a step back, stay positive amid junior varsity season
    When the start of the 2018-’19 girls basketball season came, it was decision time for the Phelps administration in regard to the girls basketball program.
    With numbers taking a toll on what has been for many years the lowest enrollment-based squad in the entire WIAA, a decision to take a step back this year and allow younger players to progress was seen as an opportunity for head coach Teresa Franzen and
  • First place
    The St. Germain Slammers took first place at the recent Northland Pines 3-on-3 basketball tournament. They competed in the fourth-grade division. Players are, from left, Tyler Vojta, Oscar Eliason, Nolan Huelskamp, Ryan Rydeski and Oliver Weberg. —Contributed Photo
  • Bluejays balance not enough to overcome outside onslaught, Phelps prevails 66-58
    A relatively slow week in the Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) for both the Three Lakes Bluejays and Phelps Knights was highlighted by the first of two highly contested rivalry matches in Three Lakes last Tuesday.
    Although Three Lakes on a night when head coach Ryan Bock’s bench was thin got scoring boosts from
  • The Northland Pines girls hockey team will jump back into Great Northern Conference (GNC) action this week when they open the boys and girls double header Tuesday night in Minocqua against the Lakeland-Tomahawk-Mercer T-Birds.
    Following a weekend of tough competition in Milwaukee where the team dropped a pair of nonconference matchups to
  • White Lake game
    Guard Carl Gutierrez rises up for a jumper during Phelps’ win over White Lake this past Friday.
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