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  • The Noontime Hockey League at the Eagle River Sports Arena is seeking players for a hockey game this Friday, from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m.

    The non-check pick-up hockey game is open to all ages, men or women. 

    The game is being organized by the Noontime Hockey League, and will include players from Iron River and Iron Mountain, Mich.

    Game coordinator Michael Eder said at least one more goalie is needed.

    The cost to play in the game is $10 per player.

    Eder said the Noontime Hockey League will continue to play into July Mondays, Wednesdays and
  • Regional Champs: Lady Bluejays cruise to 2018 Division 3 crown
    There’s been a focal point for the Three Lakes-Phelps girls track team this season, and since watching Suring raise the 2017 Regional championship trophy a year ago it’s been fresh in the minds of coach Andy Wyss and his team.
    “It was very satisfying watching our girls team hoist that plaque tonight,” Wyss said Monday. “It has been in the back of my mind ever since we finished runner-up at Regional last season.
    “We didn’t lose many girls to graduation, and we gained some fantastic incoming talent. Even so, I never put that pressure or expectation on the girls because our focus is almost never on points and placings. If we can do our best, take down some personal records, and
  • Herfindahl named top runner; Callahan sets record

    The Northland Pines girls track team finished in third place in the Great Northern Conference (GNC) meet at Medford last Tuesday. 
    Medford narrowly beat Lakeland for first place, as the Raiders outscored the T-Birds 187.5 to 180. Pines was third with 106, followed by Mosinee with 100.5, Antigo at 63, Tomahawk with 29 and

  • The Northland Pines boys track team finished third in the Great Northern Conference (GNC) meet last Tuesday at Medford.
    Lakeland Union won the meet with 164 points, followed by Medford at 129 and Pines with 118.5. Mosinee was fourth with 98.5, Rhine­lander was fifth with 73.5, Antigo was sixth with 66.5 and Tomahawk was seventh at 38.
    The Eagles’ Lochlan Siegmeier took first place in the 110-meter hurdles and the 300-meter hurdles. He also took seconds in the high jump at 5 feet, 10 inches, and in the 200-meter dash.
    Other second-place finishes for the Eagles included
  • Pines wins Washburn tournament, open WIAA Regional play at Medford
    The Northland Pines boys baseball team ended the regular season on a positive note, winning the Washburn Invitational Tournament Satur­day with victories over Butternut and Washburn.
    “Winning the Washburn tournament was a great way to finish the regular season,” said Pines coach Peter Aerts. “We did not complete every goal we wanted to this year, but with a tough shortened season, we were competitive, and increased both our conference and overall season win totals from last year. We are excited as a team to head to Medford on Thursday for our first playoff game.”
    The Eagles opened the tournament with
  • The Northland Pines girls and boys track teams competed in the WIAA Division 2 Regional meet at Mosinee on Monday, with five girls in eight events and 13 boys in nine events advancing to the Sectional in Colby this Thursday, May 24, at 3 p.m.
    The top finishers in the Regional advance to the Sectional.
    The Northland Pines girls had four first-place finishers, including Kirsten Lindemann with firsts in the high jump at 5 feet, 3 inches, and in the 100-meter hurdles in 16.87 seconds. Paige Hickson won the pole vault with a school record vault of 10 feet. Gabby Herfindahl won the 200-meter dash in 27.43
  • The Northland Pines girls soccer team came away with four wins last week, two in Great Northern Conference (GNC) play and two in nonconference games.

    The Eagles scored a 10-0 GNC win at home against Antigo last Tuesday. Seven different players scored or assisted with goals as the Eagles dominated the Red Robins. Goalkeeper Hadley Kruse made one save in the net for Pines.

    Archrival Lakeland on the road was the next challenge for Pines last Thursday, with the Eagles coming out on top 2-1. As expected, it was a close contest in a scoreless first half, with both squads trying to figure out how to score on their opponent.

    But the Eagles’ game caught fire in
  • Bluejays comeback over Elcho sets stage for NLC championship run
    The Three Lakes-Phelps baseball team will sail into the postseason as Northern Lakes Conference (NLC) champions after staging one of the more dramatic comebacks of the season in the first of two games last week against then league-leading Elcho.
    Down four runs going into the bottom of the seventh the Bluejays clawed their way back to even and then got a one-out grounder off the bat of Nate Cogar to plate the winning run as they up-ended the Hornets 11-10.
    The game-one victory set the table for three more Bluejays’ wins including back-to-back victories at home over Laona-Wabeno two days later which clinched the outright NLC title for the
  • Bluejays trip-up Washburn-Bayfield, show improvement in loss to Flivvers
    The Three Lakes-Phelps girls soccer team used a pair of first half goals and added another for insurance last week as they defeated Northern Lights Conference foe Washburn-Bayfield 3-0 in Three Lakes.
    For the first time in over two weeks coach Chris Bean had his full host of players available after injuries plagued the Lady Bluejays for much of the early and mid-season.
    After senior captain Grace Stefonik connected on a shot from the right side in the opening minutes, Hannah?Clough chipped a shot in minutes later to put the team up 2-0. Clough would
  • EAGLES LOSE TWO ONE-RUN GAMES TO T-BIRDS; WIAA REGIONAL PLAY OPENS WITH HOME GAME
    The Northland Pines softball team lost two one-run games against Lakeland last Tuesday in a...
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