Tomahawk Volleyball Team Begins Post Season Play
Published on 10/17/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team opens WIAA Regional play on Tuesday night, as the #6 seed, the Hatchets will travel to #3 seed Medford.  The opening game in the best of five match is set for 7:00 pm, with the Fehrman Orthodontics Coaches Show at 6:35 pm on Northwoods 92-5. The winner of the match, with advance to WIAA Regional Semi-Final action on Thursday, against the winner of the Antigo (#2) / Lakeland (#7) match begin played in Antigo. The upper half of the bracket has Merrill with a bye as the #1 seed, and Northland Pines hosting Rhinelander.
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Finishes Fourth at the Small School State Meet
Published on 10/16/2017 under Sports Heading into Small School State in Shorewood, the Hatchets compiled some double practices and 16 miles of yardage. They were tired, but knew everyone else would be too. Tomahawk would finish the meet with a fourth place finish, with Madison Edgewood winning the meet. The Hatchet divers gave us a nice start with a sixth place medal for Karli Woodall and a very nice personal improvement by Tianna Gerstenberger. Tomahawk started the swim portion slow, which appears to be a challenge for them. The Medley got off to one of our slowest starts all season, an 8th place finish. Once the medley was out of the way, the Hatchets began a slow but steady climb back up to where they needed to be. The freestyle events were the best. The short-axis events did not perform as well. Short-axis strokes are the breaststroke and butterfly. Adding the extra mileage will put a strain on strokes that are not as efficient in the water. The long-axis strokes held up well to the extra mileage. Kylee Theiler continues to amaze everyone. She placed 4th in both her individuals and set a new school record in the 500. Captain Rachel Dallman, also continues to show her confidence in her sprint events. She placed 5th in the 50 and a great 3rd place in the 100. Her 100 is just off her personal best. Co-Captain Kristin Marcks broke the 6:00 minute mark in her 500. There are a few gold standard swimmers like to achieve, breaking 1:00 minnute in the 100 and the 6:00 minute in the 500.  The Hatchet sprint relays ended the day with outstanding times. This team believes we are a second half team, and they proved it on Saturday. Katy Volz had the quickest reaction time off the blocks to lead off our 200 relay team. Theiler, having just swam a record 500, went in 2nd to swim a great leg. Benaszeski also has a fantastic start and added to our lead over 4 other teams. Madison Edgewood had gained the lead by this time, swimming state champions from last years team. Dallman anchored the relay and gave us a solid 2nd place and the fastest time we have swum this year. The 400 Free Relay also had a big leap to overcome swimming in lane 1. They were confidant, even though Megan Marcks had recently swum the backstroke and Kaylie Svacina had just pulled herself out of the pool swimming a season best breaststroke. Teammates were literally standing right over lane 1 encouraging the ladies to a great 4th place finish and a season best. Theiler led off with a blistering sprint, then Marcks and Svacina followed swimming identical splits. Our sprint leader, Dallman kept the team in a solid 4th place finish. These schools are all small school division teams, yet with the exception of Brookfield Academy, a private school, we were by far the smallest team by school population. The Hatchet Team represents their community very well with pride and hard work.
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Hatchet Cross Country Teams Compete at GNC Meet
Published on 10/16/2017 under Sports On Saturday the Hatchets traveled to Eagle River for the Great Northern Conference Championships. On the varsity ledger the Hatchet boys and girls both placed 4th, while the JV squads both finished in 2nd place. Lakeland won the boys varsity title for the 9th straight year and Medford topped the girls field for the first time in their school history. Earning All-Conference honors were sophomore Haley Voermans-Dean, freshman Drew Bolder and junior Evan Ploeckelman. Haley raced to her fastest 5000-meter time (2nd fastest 5K in school history) of 19:56 placing 5th overall and earning 1st team All-Conference honors. Drew earned 1st team AllConference honors by placing 7th overall with his 16:57 5K effort and Evan made the 2nd team AllConference squad with his 14th place effort in time of 17:33. Other Hatchet varsity finishers were: Gillian Buckwalter (23rd), Arianna Schreiner (24th), Luke Olson (24th), Meagan Berg (25th), Shawn Dirkx (27th), Morgan Waye (28th), Parker Johnson (29th), Anthony Ierulli (31st), Keaton Jed (33rd), and Autumn (35th). Varsity results: GV-Med-39, Lake-46, Mos-101, THS-105, Rhine-114, Ant-155, NPHS-158 BV-Lake-51, Med-57, NPHS-84, THS-101, Mos-111, Rhine-119, Ant-168 Senior Lauren Bauman started the day off leading the Girls JV to the runner-up GNC JV team title with her 8th place finish in a seasonal best time of 23:06. Her sophomore counterpart, Matt Johnson, helped the boys to a 2nd place GNC finish with his 6th place finish in a personal best time of 18:48. Other Tomahawk JV placers were: Jacob Miller (7th), Trey Baalke (9th), Keli Borem (10th), Hunter VanRyen (11th), Brittany Jashinsky (12th), Jackie Wick (15th), Matt Bartz (15th), Hunter Borchardt (16th), Sam VonSchrader (17th), Corinn Genelin (23rd), Garron Albrent (24th), Jerret Flynn (25th), Alex Norman (28th), Jared Leverance (29th), Kole Svacina (30th), Adam Hall (31st), Jordan Tomaszewski (36th), Reed Zedler (37th), and Brandon Pankow (39th). JV results: GJV-Lake-21, THS-67, Mos-70, Med-96, Rhine-103, NPHS-Inc BJV-Med-30, THS-48, Lake-54, Rhine-109, Ant-Inc , Mos-Inc Once again, a large contingent of Hatchets (26/34= 76%) that competed ran seasonal best times or career best times for 5000 meters on Saturday. Next race for the Hatchets is on Saturday as Tomahawk travels to Waupaca for the WIAA Division 2 Northeastern Wisconsin Sectional race. The meet gets underway at 11:00 a.m. with the girls varsity race. The top 2 teams and the top six non-qualifying team members advance to the state meet the following weekend in Wisconsin Rapids.
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Hatchet Volleyball Team Begins Tournament Play on Tuesday
Published on 10/12/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team will begin tournament play on Tuesday night, traveling to Medford for WIAA Regional Quarter Final action. Tomahawk is the #6 seed, while Medford is the #3 seed. Northwoods 92-5 will have the Fehrman Orthodontics prematch show at 6:35 pm on Tuesday night. WIAA Division Two Volleyball Bracket
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Hatchet Volleyball Team Defeats Lakeland
Published on 10/11/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team ends the regular season with a three games to one victory over Lakeland on Tuesday night.  Game scores were:  25-13, 25-17, 16-25 and 25-13.  In game two, Courtney Theiler served ten times in a row to take the Hatchets from 15 to 25 to get the game. Theiler also had six kills, 17 digs and 5 aces.  Taylor Shilts had 16 assists, Mady Hanse had seven kills and Elanna Wallenfang had seven aces for Tomahawk. Tomahawk ends the Great Northern Conference with a 3-9 record and will open WIAA Regional play on Tuesday, October 17. The JV 1 came out strong against the Lakeland T-birds in game one defeating them 25-22.  However a win wasn't in the cards as they dropped the next 2 games 16-25 and 8-15. A lack of aggressiveness and communication led to the Hatchet demise. The bright spot in the evening was Brooklyn Nelson and Ashley Klopatek's blocking and Jen DuPlayee's serving. The JV2 ladies took one of three from the lady thunderbirds tonight. The ladies had a rollercoaster night, playing real strong at times and falling to too many errors at others; too inconsistent. Leading the charge with strong serving was Kirara Isotani with 6 aces followed by Kallie Massa also with a pair.
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Regular Season Finale for Hatchet Volleyball Teams
Published on 10/10/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Teams travel to Lakeland on Tuesday night for the regular season finale. Tomahawk is currently 2-9 in the GNC, sixth place and 10-25 overall, while Lakeland is 1-10 in the GNC, seventh, and 6-24 overall. The JV2 and JV matches are at 5:30 pm and the Varsity best of five match is at 7:00 pm at Lakeland Union High School.
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Hatchet Cross Country Teams Host Hatchet Invite
Published on 10/09/2017 under Sports 12-teams "toed-the-line" for the 41st annual Hatchet Cross-Country Invitational at Edgewater Country Club on Saturday. The varsity girls won the small school division competition and placed 2nd overall while the boys placed 3rd overall. Lakeland, state-ranked in D2, won both the boys and girls races, while Phillips, state-ranked in D3 placed 2nd in the boys varsity race. Sophomore Haley Voermans-Dean established her position early and held off all challengers as she earned medalist honors placing 3rd overall in a time of 20:27 over the 5000 meter course. Teammates Meagan Berg (17th-21:58), Gillian Buckwalter (25th-22:22-PR), Arianna Schreiner (29th-22:49-PR), Morgan Waye (30th-22:59-PR), and Autumn Peissig (37th-23:14-PR) had one of their tightest 2-6 splits of the season en route to the small school championship. The win moves the lady Hatchet record to W-79 L-27 on the season. Freshman Drew Bolder and junior Evan Ploeckelman led the way for the Varsity Boys, with their 7th (17:20) and 10th (17:44) place medalist efforts over the rain-soaked course. Seniors Luke Olson (25th18:41) and Parker Johnson (29th-18:52) were next in the chute and along with junior Shawn Dirkx (30th18:54-PR) were the final scoring Hatchets to break the 19-min barrier for 5K. Other PR career best efforts on the varsity level were turned in from Keaton Jed (35th-19:06) and Anthony Ierulli (38th-19:15). The boys close out their invitational season with a W-85 L-24 record. The Hatchet JV boys started the day out by winning the JV team title over rival Lakeland. They were led by individual champion freshman Hunter VanRyen as he cruised to a new PR, racing the 5000 meters in a time of 19:21. Other medalists for the JV Hatchet harriers were: Jacob Miller (2nd-19:25 PR), Matt Johnson (5th), Trey Baalke (7th-19:47 PR), and Matt Bartz (9th-20:06 PR). Other finishers for the JV squad—Jared Leverance (14th), Sam VonSchrader (15th), Hunter Borchardt (19th), Garron Albrent (23rd), Alex Norman (24th), Garret Hurst (26th), Kole Svacina (31st), Jerett Flynn (34th), Jordan Tomaszewski (36th), Reed Zedler (42nd), and Brandon Pankow (48th). Tomahawk's Junior Varsity girls placed 4th behind Lakeland, Phillips, and Mosinee. The lone JV medalist for the girls was senior Lauren Bauman (6th), as she had a seasonal best effort of 23:43. Keli Borem (14th), Jackie Wick (22nd), Brittany Jashinsky (26th), and Corinn Genelin (30th) completed the finishers for the girls JV squad. 22 out of 34 (65%) of the competing Hatchets either had personal or seasonal bests in the challenging racing wet and rainy conditions at Edgewater. After the awards ceremony the Hatchets gathered to recognize and honor the parents and seniors for their efforts in the Cross-Country program at Tomahawk. Tomahawk travels to Northland Pines High School in Eagle River for the Great Northern Conference Championship meet next weekend. The meet gets underway at 11:00 am on Saturday.
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Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team Goes 1-1 at GNC Meet
Published on 10/09/2017 under Sports The second Great Northern Conference Volleyball Meet was held on Saturday at Northland Pines High School, and the Hatchets finished 1-1.  Tomahawk lost to Antigo three games to one and defeated Northland Pines three games to one. Round 1: Mosinee beat Lakeland 25-18, 25-19, 25-19. N. Pines beat Rhinelander in 5 sets 25-15, 24-26, 20-25, 25-19, 15-11. Antigo beat Tomahawk in 4 sets 25-23, 25-21, 24-26, 25-15. Round 2: Antigo beat Rhinelander 25-22, 25-23, 25-18. Mosinee beat N. Pines in 5 sets 25-27, 23-25, 27-25, 25-12, 15-13. Mosinee came back from 2 sets down to win in 5 sets. This win secured Mosinee the outright GNC VB title. Medford beat Lakeland 25-20, 25-17, 25-8. Round 3: Rhinelander beat Lakeland 25-8, 25-11, 25-17. Tomahawk beat N. Pines (4 sets) 16-25, 25-21, 25-23, 25-23. Mosinee beat Medford (5 sets) 14-25, 21-25, 26-24, 25-21, 15-3. The Hatchets will wrap-up regular season action on Tuesday night, traveling to Lakeland, with the opening game at 7:00 pm.
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Hatchet Football Team Loses Road Game
Published on 10/07/2017 under Sports The Hatchet Football Team traveled to Keewaunee on Friday night for non-conference action, and lost 56-13. Keewaunee held a 56-13 at the half, and no points were scored in the second half. Tomahawk's touchdowns came from Easton Phalin and Max Bembinster. Tomahawk is 3-5 overall and will travel to Marathon on Friday night for the regular season finale.  The opening kickoff is at 7:00 pm.
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Remains Undefeated in GNC Duals
Published on 10/06/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team remains undefeated in GNC Duals with a 101-69 victory over Rhinelander on Thursday night. Tomahawk won all three relays, 400 and 200 free and 200 medley. The Hatchets also had individual first place finishes from Kylee Theiler in the 500 free and 200 free, Katy Volz in the 200 IM and 100 butterfly, Rachel Dallman in the 50 and 100 free, Megan Marcks in the 100 backstroke, and Kaylie Svacina in the 100 breaststroke. The Hatchets remain the third ranked team in Division Two in the state.
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Hatchet Volleyball Team Defeats Marathon
Published on 10/06/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team improved to 9-24 on the season with a three games to one victory over Marathon on Thursday night at the Fieldhouse. The Red Raiders won game one, with Tomahawk then winning games two, three and four. Mady Hanse led Tomahawk with 13 kills, and Courtney Theiler had 11.  Theiler also added 5 aces.  Taylor Shilts had 17 assists for the Hatchets. Tomahawk will compete in the second Great Northern Conference Meet on Saturday at Northland Pines High School.  Tomahawk will play Antigo at 10:00 am.
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Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Travels to Rhinelander
Published on 10/05/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming and Diving Team is ranked third again this week by the Wisconsin Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Association and is in action at Rhinelander on Thursday. The Hatchets are 5-0 in GNC Duals, while the Hodags are 4-0. The opening event is at 5:30 pm at Rhinelander High School.
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Hatchet Varsity Volleyball Team Loses at Rhinelander
Published on 10/04/2017 under Sports On Tuesday night, the Hatchet Volleyball Teams traveled to Rhinelander for Great Northern Conference action.  The Hatchet Varsity lost, falling to 1-8 in GNC matches, three games to one. Games scores were:  17-25, 15-25, 26-24 and 26-24. Mady Hanse had 15 kills for Tomahawk, Courtney Theiler had six and Ellana Wallenfang added five. Taylor Shilts had 25 assists for Tomahawk and Delaney Langdon had 20 digs. Tomahawk's JV Team won all three games, 25-16, 25-20 and 25-17. The Hatchet JV2 Team won two games, 25-23, 8-25 and 15-8. Tomahawk will host Marathon on Thursday night, with the Fehrman Orthodontics Coaches Show at 6:35 pm on Northwoods 92-5.
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Hatchet Volleyball Teams at Rhinelander
Published on 10/03/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet JV2 and Varsity Volleyball Teams are traveling to Rhinelander to take on the Hodags on Tuesday night in Great Northern Conference action. Tomahawk is 1-7 in the GNC and 8-23 overall, while Rhinelander is 3-4 in the GNC and 12-14 overall. The Hodags are in fifth place in the GNC and Tomahawk is tied for sixth. The JV2 action begins at 5:30 pm and the Varsity best of five match is at 7:00 pm at Rhinelander High School.
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Hatchet Football Team Improves to 3-4 with Homecoming Win
Published on 10/02/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Football Team defeated Rib Lake/Prentice on Friday night, 58-46 in Marawood Conference action. The Hawks led 24-14 after the first quarter and 38-36 at the half.  After the third, the Hawks still led 46-42.  Tomahawk scored three unanswered touchdowns in the fourth to get the 58-46 win, improving to 3-4 overall and 2-3 in the conference. Easton Phalin had five touchdowns, including a 91 yard punt return and TD runs of 51 and 80 yards.  Phalin also had two touchdown passes to Wyatt Wenninger.  Brady Anderson added two scores on the ground of Tomahawk. Phalin had 456 all purpose yards in the win, while Kai Vedder for Rib Lake/Prentice had 323 all purpose yards and five touchdowns. The Hawks outgained Tomahawk 454 to 412.  Tomahawk travels to Kewaunee for non-conference action on Friday, with the opening kickoff at 7:00 pm.
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