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Sports Sidelines
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The Three Lakes boys soccerteam traveled to Phelps lastTuesday,coming away with a6-0 victory before defeating theRed Robins 3-1 in Antigo Sat-urday.The Bluejays did a good jobcontrolling the ball on theentire field against Phelps.Anumber of Three Lakes scoringopportunities were thwartedby Phelps goalkeeper RossSamuelson.“I was especially happy withthe Jays defense,”said ThreeLakes coach Jack Wales.“They’ve responded very wellto the loss of one of our bestdefenders,Trenten Stefonek,who is still out with an injury.”Scoring for the Bluejayswere Ben Wales with two goals,Jordan Wales with one goal,Hunter Mathison with onegoal,Fritz Campbell with onegoal and Riley Liebscher scor-ing his first goal of the year. Adding two assists wasJacob Ribbe,while Cory Satter-field,Ross Thorn,BrentLaDuke and Eli Volkmann hadan assist each.Saturday was the first timethe Jays have played Antigothis season,and Wales said theteam hopes to get more oppor-tunities to play them.“It was a great experience toplay a new team and even bet-ter to win the game,saidWales.Three Lakes controlled theball for most of the game;although,once again,the Jayshad a hard time putting theball in the net.“If the Jays expect to do any-thing in our regional,they haveto score when we get the ballinto the goal area,”said Wales.Scoring for the Bluejayswere Ben Wales with two goalsand Jordan Wales adding one. Assists were given by Liebsch-er,Mathison and Campbell.Three Lakes was scheduledto host Ironwood Tuesday at 5p.m.and will travel to Bayfield-Washburn for a game Thurs-day,Oct.6,at 4:30 p.m.
Bluejays beat Phelps, Antigo
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Teammates look on as Phelps Knights freshman Nicholas Cireseraces for the ball during last Tuesday’s game against the ThreeLakes Bluejays. The Jays won the game 6-0, which was played onthe Phelps soccer field. --Staff Photos By ANTHONYDREWThree Lakes junior Riley Liebscher looked to pass. Liebscherscored his first goal of the season in the Phelps game.Agroup of harriers from Three Lakes, Hurley andRhinelander ran together during the NorthlandPines Cross-Country Invitational Monday inEagle River. --Staff Photo By ANTHONYDREWJunior Bluejay Cory Satter-field looked for the header.
The North-land PinesEagles boysfinishedfourth of fiveteams and thegirls finishedfourth of sixat the North-land PinesHigh SchoolCross-Country Invitationalmeet Monday.Rhinelander took firstplace on both the boys and thegirls side,while Tomahawktook second in both competi-tions.Florence finished inthird place for the boys,whileHurley took third for thegirls.The Three Lakes girls tookfifth,finishing ahead of Flo-rence and behind the fourth-
Sauvola wins boys race as Pines hosts invitational
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If you are a Wisconsin sports fan,you were insports heaven last weekend following four huge victo-ries by professional and college teams from the Bad-ger State.Heading into the weekend,there was plenty of excitement as the Milwaukee Brewers were playing inthe National Division Series against the Arizona Dia-mondbacks in two games at Miller Park,the Wiscon-sin Badgers were hosting Nebraska in a Big Tenshowdown and the Green Bay Packers were at homeagainst the Denver Broncos.The Brewers opened the weekend with a big 4-1 victory over Arizona Saturday afternoon,as Milwau-kee pitcher Yovani Gallardo allowed just four hits ineight innings in Game 1 of the series.Prince Fielderbelted a two-out,two-run homer with first base openin the seventh inning to give the Brewers a 4-0 lead.For those super fans,it was off to Camp RandallStadium in Madison for the clash between No.7 Wis-consin and No.8 Nebraska.It was the Cornhuskers’first game in the Big Ten.After two good,early drivesby Nebraska,the Badgers dominated the game androlled to a 48-17 victory.The Badgers were led bytransfer quarterback Russell Wilson and a defensethat intercepted three Taylor Martinez passes that ledto Badger scoring drives.Then Sunday,it was off to Lambeau Field,wherethe Packers faced Denver as Green Bay tried to go 4-0to start the season and keep pace with the surprisingDetroit Lions in the NFC North Division.The Packersdid not disappoint as they cruised to a 49-23 victory.Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for fourtouchdowns in the game and ran for another and thedefense scored on an interception return.The specialteams got involved with a converted on-sides kick.Finally,Sunday evening the Brewers finished theweekend sweep for Wisconsin fans.The Brewers stayedperfect in Zack Greinke’s home starts,taking commandof the National League Division Series with a flurry of sixth-inning small ball that included catcher JonathanLucroy’s go-ahead squeeze bunt.It led to a 9-4 win overthe D-backs in Game 2 and a commanding 2-0 lead inthe best-of-five series.Game 3 was set for Tuesdaynight in Arizona.It can’t get much better for Wisconsin sports fansthan last weekend,but the Brewers reaching the WorldSeries,the Badgers playing in the National Champi-onship and the Packers getting to the Super Bowl forthe second straight year would be icing on the cake.
 It was a great weekend  for Wisconsin sports fans
Northland Pines built a 28-0lead before Houghton,Mich.,put its first points on the boardand the Eagles cruised to a 49-7 victory in the WestPAC foot-ball game at Houghton lastFriday night.The Houghton defense did-n’t have an answer for stoppingPines junior running back Austin Ramesh as he rushedfor four touchdowns in the firsthalf.“The boys played well insecuring our third conference victory and fifth overall victoryof the year,”said Pines coachJason Foster.“I was very proudof our effort and our continuedconsistent play.”Pines opened the game withtwo long touchdown runs byRamesh covering 80 and 67yards.Rich Mork’s kick failedfollowing the first score,butRamesh ran in the second PATto give Pines a 14-0 lead.Ramesh found the end zonetwo more times in the secondquarter on runs of 36 and 35yards and Mork split theuprights after both touch-downs to make it 28-0.Houghton put its first pointson the board on a 5-yard run byBrett Fowler and Griffin Hieta-la kicked the game point toclose the gap to 28-7.But Pines’quarterback Cooper Kerner hitMork on a 35-yard touchdownpass and Mork’s kick increasedthe Eagles’ lead to 35-7 at half-time.Pines got two second-half touchdowns from Alex Kornely,the first on a 4-yard run in thethird quarter and the secondon a 10-yard run in the fourthquarter.Mork kicked bothPATs to make the final 49-7.“We executed well on bothsides of the ball and were ableto once again put together acomplete game with very fewbreakdowns,”said Foster.Rameshcarried the ball 18times for 332 yards and fourtouchdowns.He also had onereception for 15 yards.Korne-lyfinished the game with sev-en carries for 25 yards and twotouchdowns.Mork had onereception for 35 yards and ascore.He also kicked five PATs.Kerner completed five of eight passes for 84 yards andone touchdown.“Offensively,we once againrushed the ball very well anddominated the line of scrim-mage,said Foster.“We werealso able to get back on trackwith our passing with Kernercompleting five passes to five
Northland Pinesbuilds early leadagainst Houghton
Conference title on line against West Iron Friday
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The Medford Raidersdefeated Northland Pines 2-0in Medford last Thursday inGreat Northern Conference(GNC) boys soccer action.The loss dropped theEagles to 5-3 in the confer-ence standings,while Medfordimproved to 4-4.Pines started slowly in thegame,giving up five cornerkicks in the first 15 minutes.But the Eagles kept theRaiders from scoring,beforeputting together scoringopportunities of their own.But Medford scored theonly first-half goal with thescoring player in apparent off-sides position,according toPines coach Larry Favorite.“It seems everyone theresaw an offsides except theassistant referee,but of course he has the final say inthe matter,said Favorite.The Eagles missed severalopportunities to get back inthe game,especially twopoint-blank opportunities inthe second half.Besides thosemisses,Pines had six othershots on goal,while holdingMedford to two.“We have nobody to blamebut ourselves for this loss,”said Favorite.“They beat us tothe ball early in the game,andthen,when we did start toplay,we didn’t cash in theopportunities when we hadthem.Yes,the weather condi-tions were horrible,but thatapplied to both teams,so thatcan’t be an excuse either.”Pines was scheduled tohost league-leading Mosinee(8-0) Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.,with Senior Night activitiesscheduled for halftime.The Eagles will then travelto Lakeland (3-5) this Thurs-day,Oct.6,for a 7 p.m.match,the final regular season gamefor both teams.The WIAADivision 2 Regional tourna-ment will start next Tuesday,Oct.11.
Medford shuts outNorthland Pines 2-0
The Greater Eagle RiverTennis Association will hold amembership meeting Tues-day,Oct.11,in the NorthlandPines High School cafeteria.The meeting will addresswinter tennis opportunities. Anyone interested in tennis iswelcome to attend.For more information,con-tact Sherry Stecker at (715)542-2337.
Tennis group sets meeting
Abig group of female runners took off from the starting line in theEagle Invitational Monday at Northland Pines High School. DevinSauvola and Emilie Robins were the top Pines finishers for theboys and girls, respectively. --Staff Photo By ANTHONYDREW
Invite:
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place Eagles.Northland Pines coach DonCzarapata Jr.said his cross-country team had two stand-out runners this week.“The Eagles were led by out-standing individual perfor-mances by Devin Sauvola andEmilie Robins,”said Czarapa-ta.Sauvola was the overallwinner of the boys race with atime of 18 minutes,14 secondsfor 5,000 meters.Robins fin-ished third overall for the girlsin 21:21.The girls ran a 4,000-meter course,although it wasmeasured a little longer.Thetop finisher in the girls racewas Hillary Wall of Rhinelander.Czarapata said NorthlandPines overcame some adversityto put on a prime performancefor their home audience.“Pines runners all ranextremely hard and gave their very best,said Czarapata.“We’ve been hit hard by the fluand viruses lately,but our ath-letes gave it their all for thehome crowd.”The coach thanked those inattendance and the Eagle Riv-er Golf Course for helpingNorthland Pines High Schoolhost the invitational.The Eagles will travel toRhinelander for a GreatNorthern Conference (GNC)meet Saturday,Oct.15,at 10a.m.
2011 WIAA Boys Soccer Division 2 & 3 Tournament Assignments
2011 Boys Soccer Assignments - Division 2
SECTIONAL#1RegionalsSectionals
Sat., Oct. 8 Tues., Oct. 11 Thurs., Oct. 13 Thurs., Oct. 20 Sat., Oct. 22
NORTHLAND PINES EAGLES
Members of the Northland Pines High School boys soccer team include, front row, from left, MitchMoline, Devin Sauvola, Scott Moline, Evan Hartwig, Cody Drake, Greg Chamberlain, Jacob Bozic;second row, manager Katrina Tameling, Duncan Hosking, Dylan Weber, Matt Meyer, Nick Staege, AlexCamp, Chris Paez, manager Sammi Pusateri; and back row, head coach Larry Favorite, Jacob Tosch,Cooper Anderson, Leif Offerdahl, Dominic Caroselli, Trevor Laszczkowski, Steven Vogel, assistantcoach Walt Camp and assistant coach Wendy McCormack.--Photo By T.J. Gaffney Photography
THREE LAKES BLUEJAYS
Members of the Three Lakes boys soccer team include, front row, from left, Jacob Ribbe, Ben Met-zger, Gabe Edington, Maddie Draeger and Anthony Briggs; middle row, Ben Wales, Jordan Wales,Cory Satterfield, Jake Fath, Hunter Mathison, Riley Liebscher, Bryce Wick and assistant coach LisaWales; and back row, head coach Jack Wales, Trenten Stefonek, Kirk Campbell, Fritz Campbell, RossThorn, Brent LaDuke, Kyle Queen and Eli Volkmann. --Staff Photo By ANTHONYDREW
PHELPS KNIGHTS
Members of the Phelps soccer team include, front row, from left, Riley Brockman, Jackie Samuelson,Molly Korinek, Angela Grmick, Meghan Smith, Nathan Cirese and Nicholas Cirese; back row, EmmaKorinek, Ross Samuelson, Landin Brockman, Robert Doppke, Brandon Crass, Shane Ray, RobertRosner, Ryan Cirese and coach Andrew Richard. --Staff Photo By ANTHONYDREW
2011 Boys Soccer Assignments - Division 3
SECTIONAL#1RegionalsSectionals
Sat., Oct. 8 Tues., Oct. 11 Thurs., Oct. 13 Thurs., Oct. 20 Sat., Oct. 22
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The Eagles Kelsey Bergum bumps the ball as teammate AbbyAlft watches the play against Rhinelander. --STAFF PHOTO
The Northland Pines volley-ball team lost to Rhinelanderin a Great Northern Confer-ence (GNC) match last Tues-day,but bounced back to win atriangular at West Iron Countyin Iron River,Mich.,last Thurs-day night.Rhinelander defeatedNorthland Pines 3-0.TheHodags easily won games oneand two 25-7 and 25-5,beforePines came back with a bettereffort in game three but stilllost 25-13.“We couldn’t return theirserves for some reason thatnight and it killed us,”saidPines coach Margo Rogers Anderson.“You can’t run anoffense if you can’t return aserve.”Senior Kelsey Bergum ledtheteam in kills with three.“Most of our points wereerrors on their part,but we hada total turn around on Thurs-day night,said Rogers Ander-son.Northland Pines defeatedL’Anse,Mich.,in two straightgames 25-13 and 25-15.TheEagles then topped West IronCounty 26-24 and 25-13.“We started off slow,caughtup and then finished strong inboth matches,said Rogers Anderson.“We came toplay.We’ve had quite a few oth-er match-ups like this wherewe were obviously the betterteamand couldn’t pull off thewins.”The Eagles had to comefrom behind in the first matchagainst L’Anse.“We ended upbattling backin our first game with L’Anseafter falling significantlybehind.Our team is learning towin,said the coach.“A key toour success is coming to eachmatch with the drive anddesire to win and then believ-ing we can win. Abby Alft led Pines with 11service aces and eight kills onthe night.Nicole Sullivan had12 kills and six solo blocks atthe net.Carly Bohnen finishedwith six service aces and EllieZyhowski contributed five ser- vice aces.“Hopefully,this pastThurs-day’s experience will spark thefire inside ofus to rattle off afew more wins before the sea-son ends,”said Rogers Ander-son.The Eagles,still looking fortheir first win in the GNC,were scheduled to host Lake-land on Tuesday of this weekon Senior Night.Pines,9-14overall,will travel to league-leading Tomahawk next Tues-day,Oct.11.
Eagles fall to Hodags,but take triangular
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The Three Lakes girls cross-country team traveled to Athens last Thursday,takingsecond overall in team competi-tion at the Athens Invitational.Scattered showers quicklyturned to a continuous chillyrain as temperatures droppedinto the low 40s and windspicked up.The course,which isrun at Erbach Park,soonbecame muddy and challeng-ing.Eight schools competed inthe invitational,includingMarathon,which would go onto become the overall teamchampion with 34 points.TheThree Lakes harriers finishedsecond with 53 points,followedby Fall Creek with 65 pointsand Stratford with 68 points.Prentice/Rib Lake,Granton, Athens and New Auburn alsoparticipated,but didn’t factorinto team scoring because theydidn’t have the required five-runner minimum.Caitlin Vreeland-Griffin wasthe first Bluejays runner tocross the line,finishing in fifthplace overall,with a time of 18minutes,1 second.She was fol-lowed by Jena Miles and Indi Yeager,who finished in ninthand 10th places with times of 18:56 and 18:57,respectively. All three runners earnedmedals in the meet.BrookeWelch finished 17th overall,with a time of 20:09,followedby Peyton Radaj,who was 26thin 21:07.“The girls’ times reflectedhow a muddy,slippery coursecan impact a race,”said ThreeLakes coach Laurie Levandos-ki.The Three Lakes cross-coun-try team was slated to partici-pate in the Northland PinesInvite Monday.They will travelto Tomahawk Saturday,Oct.8,for the 35th annual HatchetInvitational.The girls areexpected to race at 11 a.m.
Bluejays takes 2nd at Athens Invite
The Greater Eagle RiverTennis Association (GERTA)recently announced the resultsof its Sept.24 mixed-doublesdraw-for-partner tournament.Winners included,firstplace,Art Horton and SherryStecker;and second place,George Katich and MaggieGrade.Prizes were donated by TheFlour Sack,Walmart and EagleWaters Resort.With courts centrally locat-ed behind the Vilas Countyfairgrounds,GERTA membershost a variety of matchesthroughout the season. All skill levels are welcometo play.Annual dues are $20per person or $50 per familymembership.For more infor-mation,contact Calla Albaughat (715) 479-9829.
Tennis tourney results announced
The Phelps Chamber of Commerce recentlyannounced the winners of itssecond annual Colorama 5K Walk/Run and Brunch.The top female finisher of the 5-kilometer event wasKarol Grasse of Phelps with atime of 32 minutes,14 sec-onds.The top male finisherwas 11-year-old BobbySchilling of Eagle River witha time of 27:8.The event began with therace at 8 a.m.and concludedwith a free communitybrunch.Six participants ranor walked the scenic routewhich started and ended atthe Phelps School.Racerscommented on how difficult itwas to make it to the top of the hill on Strong Road,butparticipants agreed that itwas a great course and thebeautiful scenery added to theday. All of the race participantsreceived free brunch,joiningmore than 50 other communi-ty members. A number of businessesdonated food to the event,including Grape’s TwinHaven,Great Escape,HolidayLodge,Hillside Resort,North-ern Exposure,Sand Lake Puband Sunrise Lodge.Numer-ous volunteers donated timecooking,serving and cleaningup.Event proceeds will benefitthe Independence Day festivi-ties in Phelps.
 Phelps announces 5K run winners
Despite continued progressin the passing game,theThree Lakes Bluejays footballteam lost 59-12 to Laona-Wabeno last Friday in aNorthern Lakes Conference(NLC) away game.Three Lakes coach BrianFritz said he thought thegame plan was great goinginto the match up but,ulti-mately,the Rebels out-coached the Jays.“We tried several things tocounteract what Laona-Wabeno did offensively anddefensively but were unableto have any sustained suc-cess,”said Fritz.The connection betweenThree Lakes quarterbackBrent LaDuke and widereceiver Ben Wales was goodagain this week.The duo con-nected for a 40-yard touch-down pass in the second quar-ter.“This was a rare situationwhere our game plan waseffective,said Fritz.On the first Jays score,LaDuke rolled out of the pock-et and Wales made a niceadjustment to the ball,beat-ing a defender for the touch-down.LaDuke added anotherscore late in the third quarteron a 60-yard quarterbackkeeper run.“The rebels are extremelywell-coached and we tried sev-eral adjustments,but wecouldn’t come up with onethat stuck,said Fritz.“Wewere able to get out of thegame relatively injury free.”The Bluejays will hold theirHomecoming game Friday,Oct.7,at 7 p.m.at ThreeLakes High School.
Jays take NLC loss to Laona-Wabeno
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 A Dairyland Donkey Bas-ketball Show will be held atthe Northland Pines HighSchool field house Monday,Oct.17,beginning at 7 p.m.Local players will partici-pate in the event by playingbasketball while riding don-keys.“It will be wilder than arodeo and funnier than a cir-cus,”said an event coordina-tor.The show will be sponsoredby girls and boys basketballand girls and boys soccer.Allproceeds will be used to bene-fit the basketball and soccerteams. Advance tickets can be pur-chased from members of thegirls and boys basketballorganization or at the highschool office.Tickets will cost$6 in advance or $8 at thedoor.For more information,visitdairylanddonkeyball.com orcall 1-888-8DONKEY.
Pines plans donkey basketball
The Eagle River ThursdaySingles Men’s Pool Leaguewill host a meeting at UncleKent’s Thursday,Oct.6,at 7p.m.Each team should send atleast one representative tothe meeting.For more information,con-tact Jeff Oelke,president of the league,at (715) 891-2150.
 Pool league sets meeting
 Amy Werner of ThreeLakes was recently namedMinnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC)Hitter of the Week playing volleyball for Bethel Collegeout of Minnesota.The 6-foot-tall middleblocker helped the Royals go2-0 in conference play forthe third week of September.Until a 3-2 loss to Augsburglast Friday,Bethel wasundefeated in the 13-teamconference.“Amy has been a hugepart of our success,so farthis season,”said Bethelhead coach Gretchen Hunt.“She’s an elite blocker whomakes hitters change theirswings and makes it mucheasier for the rest of ourteam to play defense.”The coach added thatWerner puts forth the effortto continue improving herskills.“She also continues to getbetter as an offensive playereach week,as demonstratedby her MIAC Hitter of theWeek selection,”said Hunt.“She’s a hard worker,asmart player,a good team-mate and a fantastic athlete.I know she will only contin-ue to get better.In the two conferencegames leading up her nomi-nation as Hitter of the Week,Werner racked up 27 kills,a.400 hitting percentage andseven blocks.She leads theMIAC in blocks per set thisyear,averaging 1.2 pergame.She’s also in the top20 players for the samestatistic in all of NCAA Divi-sion III.Werner played volleyballfor the Three Lakes Blue- jays during her four years inhigh school.She also playedwith the Northern PRIDE Volleyball Club based inMerrill for two and one-half years during that time.Currently,she is a juniorat Bethel University study-ing biblical and theologicalstudies.The volleyballteam’s record stands at 3-1in the MIAC and 11-5 over-all.
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Amy Werner of Three Lakes goes up for a big hit whileplaying volleyball for Bethel College. --Contributed Photo
Werner, formerJay, namedHitterof the Week at Bethel
JAYSVOLLEYBALLThe Three Lakes LadyJays lost 3-1 to Crandonlast Tuesday, before falling3-1 to Wabeno Thursday.Against Wabeno, ThreeLakes sophomore AlexisBellman (above) spiked theball near a Logrollers de-fender going up for theblock. Sophomore LindsaySchoff (right) bumped theball after receiving a servefrom Wabeno. As team-mates looked on, juniorLeah Mohr returned theball over a Wabeno blocker(below). The Lady Jayswere scheduled to hostPhelps Tuesday, Oct. 4, at7 p.m. Three Lakes willtravel to Florence for agame Thursday, Oct. 6, at6 p.m.--Staff Photos ByANTHONYDREW

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