Tomahawk Volleyball Team Hosting Quad
Published on 09/21/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team is hosting a Quad on Thursday at the Fieldhouse. The Hatchets are hosting Athens, Stevens Point and Wittenberg-Birnamwood, with the opening matches at 5:00 pm.
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Hatchet Volleyball Team Loses to Antigo
Published on 09/20/2017 under Sports The Hatchet Volleyball Team hosted Antigo on Tuesday night and the Red Robins get a three games to non victory. With the win, Antigo improves to 5-2 in the GNC, while Tomahawk falls to 1-5 in conference action. Games scores were:  9-25, 10-25, 16-25. Natalie Zastrow had five kills and Mady Hanse had three.  Rochelle Swan had eight assits and Zastrow had six.  Delany Langdon led Tomahawk with 13 digs and Courtney Theiler had nine. Tomahawk will host a quad on Thursday beginning at 5:00 pm at the Fieldhouse.
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Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Ranked Third in State
Published on 09/19/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming and Diving Team is coming off their second place finish at the Jaguar Invitational last weekend, and are ranked third in Division Two by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association. Madison Edgewood is the top team in Division Two, followed by Baraboo and then the Hatchets with 468 points, up three spots from last week. Tomahawk is back in the pool on Thursday night, traveling to Ladysmith for a GNC Dual at 5:30 pm. The Hatchets are 3-0 in GNC Duals, while Ladysmith is 1-1.
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Tomahawk Volleyball Teams Host Antigo
Published on 09/19/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet JV2, JV and Varsity Volleyball Teams are hosting Antigo on Tuesday night for a Great Northern Conference match. Antigo is 4-2 in GNC matches and 8-7 overall, while Tomahawk is 1-4 in the conference and 7-18 overall. The JV2 and JV matches are at 5:15 pm with the Varsity best of five match at 7:00 pm. Join Northwoods 92-5 for the match, with the Fehrman Orthodontics Coaches Show at 6:35 pm.
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Tomahawk Volleyball Team Finishes 1-2 at GNC Meet
Published on 09/18/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Team went 1-2 on Saturday at the first Great Northern Conference Meet hosted by Mosinee. Tomahawk beat Rhinelander 3-1; 25-22, 21-25, 25-17, 26-24 The Hatchet lost to Mosinee 3-1; 17-25, 16-25, 25-15, 25-21 Tomahawk lost to Medford 3-0; 25-19, 25-15, 26-24
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Tomahawk Girls Swimming Team Second at Jaguar Invite
Published on 09/18/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team finished in second place at the 2017 Jaguar Invite on Friday and Saturday. Tomahawk finished in the top three in all three relay events, including a first place finish in the 200 free.  Rachel Dallman won the 50 free and Kylee Theiler had a first place finish, with a new school record, in the 200 freestyle.  Theiler also had a second place finish in the 500 yard free. Katy Volz had a third in the 200 yard IM and 100 yard fly.  Kaylie Svacina had a third in the 100 yard breastroke. The Hatchets scored a top 3 swimmer in every event, something never accomplished previously. The 200 Free B relay also stood on the podium for a 6th place finish. Nearly every athlete scored points for Tomahawk at the meet. Tomahawk will travel to Ladysmith on Tuesday for a GNC Dual that begins at 5:30 pm.
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Hatchet Cross Country Team Race at the Smiley
Published on 09/18/2017 under Sports On Saturday the Hatchets headed south to Wausau and the Tribute Golf Course for the annual Smiley Invite. Over 60 teams and nearly 2000 runners from across the state gathered to compete for divisional bragging rights. Tomahawk competed in D2/D3 races for all but the Girls JV race where they competed against all divisions in a race which saw nearly 500 girls finish. Tomahawk varsity girls placed 6th while the varsity boys placed 8th. The JV boys had the highest finish of the day placing 5th, while their counterparts the JV girls finished 6th. There were 7 state-ranked boys teams and four ranked girls teams in the D2/D3 field that competed at the event. In the first varsity race of the day the Hatchet boys were led by freshman Drew Bolder as he blistered the course in a personal best time of 16:42 finishing as one of the top freshman in any division with his 5th place D2 medalist effort. Evan Ploeckelman also finished on the D2 podium in 17th with his PR effort of 17:28. Other varsity D2 finishers included Luke Olson (57th), Parker Johnson (62nd), Keaton Jed (70th), Shawn Dirkx (72nd), and Matt Johnson (84th). Shorewood and Madison Edgewood were the top two D2 teams. The Hatchet ladies were led once again by sophomore Haley Voermans-Dean with her 5th place medalist effort in Division 2. She raced to a personal best time of 20:03, the 2nd fastest 5K time in school history. Meagan Berg grabbed a 20th place D2 podium finish with her PR effort of 21:36. Other Hatchets contributing to the 6th place divisional finish were: Gillian Buckwalter (36th), Arianna Schreiner (46th), Morgan Waye (57th) and Lauren Bauman (69th). Medford and Kiel sttod atop the D2 standings at the end of the girls varsity race. The lone medalist for the JV squad was sophomore Anthony Ierulli as he placed 17th in a PR of 19:28 over the 5K course. Other Co-Ed finishers for the Hatchets in the D2/D3 overall combined race were: Jacob Miller (24th), Matt Bartz (25th), Autumn Peissig (27th), Hunter VanRyen (28th), Trey Baalke (29th), Keli Borem (40th), Brittany Jashinsky (47th), Jackie Wick (50th), Jerett Flynn (76th), Jared Leverance (81st), Corinn Genelin (82nd), Hunter Borchardt (84th), Garret Hurst (87th), Alex Norman (88th), Adam Hall (92nd), Kole Svacina (107th), Jordan Tomaszewski (123rd), Brandon Pankow (145th), and Reed Zedler (146th). Next race for Tomahawk is Saturday as the Co-Ed Varsity squads travel to Oshkosh for the 50-team Lourdes Invite held at Lake Breeze Golf Course near Winneconnie. The meet gets underway at 9:00 am.
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Defeats Medford
Published on 09/15/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team hosted Medford on Thursday night in a GNC Dual at the Tomahawk Swimming Pool, and Tomahawk improves to 3-0 in GNC Duals with a 106-64 win. Tomahawk will compete in the Ashwaubenon Invite, with diving competition on Friday and swimming action on Saturday.
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Tomahawk Girls Swimming Team Hosting Medford
Published on 09/14/2017 under Sports It's Great Northern Conference Swimming action on Thursday at the Tomahawk Swimming Pool, as the Tomahawk Hatchets will host the Medford Raiders, with the first event at 5:30 pm. Tomahawk is 2-0 in GNC duals, while Medford is 1-1.
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Tomahawk Volleyball Team Loses at Medford
Published on 09/13/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Team lost at Medford on Tuesday night in GNC action, three games to one. The games scores were: 25-20, 20-25, 25-10, 25-19 Natalie Zastrow had 10 kills, Courtney Theiler had nine kills and Mady Hanse added eight kills. Zastrow had 17 assists and Taylor Shilts had 16 assists. The Hatchets are 0-2 in GNC matches and 6-16 overall.  On Saturday, Tomahawk will compete in the first GNC Meet, beginning at 10:00 am at Mosinee High School.
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Hatchet Volleyball Team at Medford
Published on 09/12/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Team will travel to Medford on Tuesday night for Great Northern Conference action.  The Hatchets are 0-1 in the GNC. The two teams recently played, Saturday at the Merrill Invite, with Medford winning that match two games to one. The opening game of the best of five match is at 7:00 pm.
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Hatchet Cross Country Teams Compete at Knudtson Invite
Published on 09/11/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Cross-Country team made their annual trek west to Fall Creek to compete against 11 other schools in the "Knudtson Invite". For the fifth year in a row and 14th time in the last fifteen years Tomahawk brought home the overall combined score team traveling trophy. The Hatchets nearly swept the event winning three of four races and finishing second only in the boys race to stateranked Durand. The varsity girls captured their first invite of the season, placing four runners in the top ten as medalists. They were led by sophomore Haley Voermans-Dean with her 3rd place effort in a time of 21:11 over the 5000 meter course. Meagan Berg (6th-23:30), Gilllian Buckwalter (7th-23:51), and Morgan Waye (8th 24:04) kept their scoring pack together and along with Arianna Schreiner (14th) and Lauren Bauman (24th) preserved the Hatchet win. For the runner-up varsity boy's freshman Drew Bolder blistered the hilly and challenging course dualing with Dan Lau, a senior from Eau Claire Immanual Lutheran to the finish. Both runners, with sub-17:30 efforts were faster than last year's winning effort by Wesley Brantner from Durand, who finished 5th in this year's race. Solid efforts for the Hatchets were turned in by: Luke Olson (15th), Parker Johnson (17th), Keaton Jed (20th), Matt Johnson (21st), and Shawn Dirkx (24th). Additionally, the varsity boys gave Durand a much closer race than the score indicated, as just feet from the finish the Hatchets #2 runner (Evan Ploeckelman) fell to the ground, unable to finish his event; the final tally not indicative of how close the race actually was to that point. Both junior varsity squads ran to team titles, showcasing the Hatchet depth scoring a perfect 15 points en route to victory. JV Co-Ed Medalists for Tomahawk were freshmen Autumn Peissig and Trey Baalke (both winning their respective races), Brittany Jashinsky and Matt Bartz (both 2nd), Jackie Wick and Anthony Ierulli (both 3rd), Keli Borem and Hunter VanRyen (both 4th) and Corinn Genelin and Jacob Miller (both 5th). Other JV medalists for Tomahawk were: Jared Leverance (6th), Hunter Borchardt (8th), and Jerett Flynn (9th). Finishing out the roster were Kole Svacina (11th), Adam Hall (12th), Alex Norman (13th), Jordan Tomaszewski (15th), Garron Albrent (17th), Reed Zedler (23rd), and Brandon Pankow (26th). Next meet is Saturday as Tomahawk competes in the prestigious 60-team Smiley Invitational at the American Legion Country Club on the north side of Wausau. Racing gets underway at 8:30am with the boys JV D2/3 combined race.
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Tomahawk Volleyball Team Finishes Fifth at Merrill Invite
Published on 09/11/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball Team took 5th place of 9 teams, and 2nd in the Silver bracket at the Merrill Invitational on 9/9/2017. The Hatchets started off with a win against Stanley-Both (18-25; 25-19,15-12) and then lost against Athens (18-25; 25-22; 18-20) in pool play. With taking 2nd in the pool play, Tomahawk moved to the Silver bracket, where they won against Rib Lake (26-24; 25-20), but had a loss against Medford (25-22; 17-25; 13-15). Tomahawk finished with a 2-2 overall record. Courtney Theiler was awarded with a medal as being nominated as an exceptional player at the tournament, which was voted on by coaches of all teams, and only 7 awards were given. Top Hitters of the Day Courtney Theiler with 48 kills Elena Wallenfang with 48 kills Mady Hanse with 38 kills Top Setters Taylor Shilts with 82 assists Natelie Zastrow with 76 assists Top Diggers Courtney Theiler with 100 digs Delaney Langdon with 85 digs Taylor Shilts with 78 digs
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Tomahawk Football Team Travels to Stratford
Published on 09/08/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Football Team is on the road on Friday night, traveling to Stratford to take on the Tigers. Tomahawk is 1-2 overall and 0-1 in Marawood Conference play, while Stratford is 2-1 overall and 1-0 in the Marawood. The opening kickoff is at 7:00 pm and the Fehrman Orthodontics Coaches Show is at 6:35 pm on Northwoods 92-5.
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Tomahawk Girls Swim Team now 2-0 in GNC
Published on 09/08/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team defeated the Lakeland T-Birds on Thursday night, 102-68 in a GNC Dual at Lakeland Union High School. Tomahawk finished in first place in the 200 yard medley relay, 200 free relay and 400 free relay. Also finishing in first place for the Hatchets was Rachel Dallman in the 50 and 100 free, Katy Volz in the 100 yard fly and 200 yard IM, Kylee Theiler in the 200 yard free and 500 yard free, Megan Marcks in the 100 yard back and Kirstin Marcks in the 100 yard breaststroke. Tomahawk is now 2-0 in GNC Duals on the season.
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