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Marshladies to Represent Horicon at State

Marshladies to Represent Horicon at State


Marshladies to Represent Horicon at State JOE KERN HEAD COACH On Saturday, Feb. 17, Horicon traveled to Dodgeland for the sectional tournament. The Marshmen battled through adversity all day. Individual highlights were Cylus Hetzel-Sawyer at 132 who took fourth falling just short of a state tournament bid but, on route to his fourth place finish, was able to collect his 100th career win.

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Lomira Advancing Seven  Wrestlers to State

Lomira Advancing Seven Wrestlers to State


Lomira Advancing Seven Wrestlers to State BEN PRIESGEN JOURNALIST On February 16, Lomira wrestling had seven wrestlers advance to the Division 3 WIAA Individaul State Wrestling Tournament. Lomira will have Jordan Lisiecki, Marshall Hanke, Colin Weber, Marek Lisiecki, Easton Neuman, Warren Sauer and Kara Kuge going to the state tournament after advancing from the Dodgeland Sectional.

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Lomira Boys Dominate WLA, Beat Campbellsport in Overtime

Lomira Boys Dominate WLA, Beat Campbellsport in Overtime


Lomira Boys Dominate WLA, Beat Campbellsport in Overtime Carter Hahn elevates for a layup in a tie game. Sam Schraufnagel #0 and Carter Hahn #1 challenge the potential game tying shot from Campbellsport. BEN PRIESGEN JOURNALIST On February 13, the Lomira boys beat Winnebago Lutheran Academy (WLA) 84-55 in a home, conference game. Lomira’s (14-8, 10-3) Logan Menzer three pointer gave

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| HORICON WRESTLING |

| HORICON WRESTLING |


REPRESENT from page 1 Horicon is back in action on Thursday, Feb. 22, as they travel to the Kohl Center in Madison. | HORICON WRESTLING | WIAA Division 3 Sectional at Dodgeland Saturday, Feb. 17 113: Josue Azuara (Weyauwega-Fremont) over Nathyn Erz (Horicon), (Fall 1:37) 120: Marshall Hanke (Lomira) over Dominic Wenninger (Horicon), (Fall 2:45) 120: Clayton Stenjem (Cambridge) over

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Marshmen’s Late Season Fire Put Out at Oakfield

Marshmen’s Late Season Fire Put Out at Oakfield


Marshmen’s Late Season Fire Put Out at Oakfield PAYTON SCHOEN HHS STUDENT CONTRIBUTOR The Marshmen wanted to keep this late season surge going with another clean-sweep week. Horicon had a favorable start with winning two straight, convincing road victories. With the end of the week looming, the Marshmen had to travel to the Horicon’s Carter Schwartz and Isaac Howard with the block on