Hatchets Sports Recap - Friday
Published on 09/25/2021 under Sports FOOTBALL The Tomahawk Hatchets Varsity Football team earned their second victory of the season on Friday, with a 41-14 win over Menominee Indian.  Mason Evans started the scoring for the Hatchets with a 24-yard touchdown run in the first quarter. Evans finished with 14 carries for 131 yards and three touchdowns.  The Hatchets added two more touchdowns before halftime, and took a 20-0 lead into the break. Menominee Indian stormed back in the third quarter, took advantage of a Hatchets turnover, and found themselves down 20-14 heading to the fourth quarter.  But in the fourth quarter, the Hatchets took control by scoring three touchdowns. Mason Evans, Tyler Jablonski, and Logan Bishop all scored on rushing attempts. Add the Hatchets first successful two-point conversion of the season, and Tomahawk took the game by a final score of 41-14.  The Hatchets are now 2-4 overall and 2-2 in the Northwoods Conference. They will host Northern Elite on Friday at 7pm at Hatchet Field.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Thursday
Published on 09/24/2021 under Sports VOLLEYBALL The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball team hosted a quad on Thursday night and the Hatchets played really well all night long. The Hatchets first swept Newman 25-11 and 25-16. Mackenzie Scholz, Emerson Lange, Claire Albert and Alyssa Zehner each contributed an ace to the match. Meghan Scholz led the team with 6 blocks and 8 kills, followed by Alyssa Zehner and Claire Albert each with 6. Claire Albert led the team with 8 digs. Mackenzie Scholz finished the match with 18 assists. Next they swept Prentice 25-23 and 25-14. Claire Albert and Alyssa Zehner each led the team with 2 aces. Alyssa Zehner led the team with 10 kills and 12 digs. Meghan Scholz led the team with 2 blocks. Mackenzie Scholz finished the match with 20 assists. In the final match, they swept GNC rival Lakeland 25-20 and 25-17. Emerson Lange, Samantha Gebauer and Alyssa Zehner each contributed an ace to the match. Meghan Scholz led the team in blocks with 2 and led in kills with 12, followed by Alyssa Zehner with 7. Samantha Gebauer led the team with 10 digs and Mackenzie Scholz finished the match with 23 assists. The Hatchets finished the night 3-0 in matches and 6-0 in games. CROSS COUNTRY Tomahawk traveled to Big Stone Golf Course on Thursday for the annual Three Lakes Blue Jay Invitational. With solid "pack-style" running the Hatchets were dominant bringing home two team trophies in the ten team event. In the first high school race of the day, a group consisting of Arden Ziert, Owen Dickrell, Brett Borchardt, Presley Gutbrod, and Sam Zastrow worked as a "pack" coming thru both the first and second mile, separated by no more than two seconds. They gave Rhinelander a solid run for the title, placing all five scorers in front of the Hodags #4runner, however it was not enough to offset the Hodags low total of 35 pts. Owen (7th-18:53), Brett Borchardt (8th-19:00), Arden (9th-19:01), and Presley (10th-19:02) were all medalists and freshman Sam Zastrow placed 13th in 19:10. That scoring split of 17 seconds was their best effort to date. Top 3 Boys team scores - Rhinelander 35, Tomahawk 47, Marathon 56 The varsity girls followed and gave the Hatchets their first outright championship of the day with a season low 23 pts in route to the title. Like their counterparts, the girls placed four in the top ten earning medalist honors, led by sophomore Rachael Reilly's first individual 5K championship of 2021 as she covered the course in a seasonal best time of 20:59, surging past a Three Lakes runner in the last 1000 meters to claim the crown. The other Hatchet medalists were seniors: Macey Mann (4th-21:35), Emily Lacina (5th-21:36) and Geena Wanta (9th-22:16 PR). Top 3 Girls team scores - Tomahawk 23, Marathon 53, Rhinelander 66 MIDDLE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY On Thursday afternoon, the MS Cross Country team traveled to Three Lakes for the Three Lakes Invitational.  Overall the boys finished 5th and the girls finished 2nd.   Individually, Jeremiah Johnson led the boys with a 6th place finish, followed by Masen Towle in 21st, Ryan Montag 25th, Joe Zastrow 27th, Dane DeKiep 29th, Teddy Frederickson 30th, Gerard Gorell 35th, and Eli Albrent in 37th. The girls were led by Elise Gibeault in 5th place, Joa Reilly in 9th, Anita Ziert in 13th, Faith Derleth in 14th, Elli Micke in 18th, Abi Micke in 19th, Lydia Shaney in 20th, Norah Mann in 30th, Summer Gaedtke in 34th, Kinsley Lange 37th, Sophia Lacina 39th, Freya Alberg 43rd, Jennie Frederickson 53rd.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Tuesday
Published on 09/22/2021 under Sports VOLLEYBALL The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball team came back to beat Northland Pines 3-2 on Tuesday night. The Hatchets won the first game 25-18, then lost the next two games 26-24 and 25-21. But the Hatchets came back to win the fourth and fifth games (25-15 and 17-15 respectively) to win the match. The Hatchets will host a quad on Thursday against Lakeland, Newman, and Prentice. Opening round is at 5:00pm in the FIeldhouse.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Thursday
Published on 09/17/2021 under Sports GIRLS SWIMMING The Tomahawk Hatchets Girls Swimming team beat Colby/Abbotsford on Thursday night in a dual 76-63.  The Hatchets have now won 2 duals in a row and will travel to Lakeland for a GNC dual on Thursday.  MIDDLE SCHOOL CROSS COUNTRY The Tomahawk Middle School Cross Country teams traveled to Horace Mann Middle School on Thursday night to compete at the Junior Smiley. With a tough course and tough competition, the boys took home 6th place overall and the girls finished 3rd overall.  
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Tuesday
Published on 09/15/2021 under Sports VOLLEYBALL The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball team lost to Mosinee 3-1 on Tuesday night in a battle between the top two teams in the GNC. Tomahawk lost the first set 25-18, won the second set 25-20, lost the third set 25-20, and lost the fourth set 25-21. You can hear the full broadcast of the match under the "Audio Center" at wjjq.com. STATS: Meghan Scholz - 11 Kills and 2 AcesClaire Albert - 15 Digs and 2 AcesAlyssa Zehner - 15 DigsMackenzie Scholz - 26 Assists  For the Hatchets...the JV Volleyball team beat Mosinee 2-1 and the JV2 team lost 3-0 to Mosinee on Tuesday night.  MIDDLE SCHOOL FOOTBALL The Tomahawk 7th and 8th grade football teams beat Northland Pines on Tuesday evening. The 7th grade team won 6-0 and the 8th grade team won 42-12. MIDDLE SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL The Tomahawk 8th Grade A team lost to Merrill 2-1 on Tuesday night. Averi Petta was 92% serving. The Tomahawk 8th Grade B team swept Merrill 3-0 on Tuesday. Kylie Peissig was 90% serving. The Tomahawk 7th Grade A team lost to Merrill 2-1 on Tuesday. Merrill won the first set 25-17, Tomahawk won the second set 25-20, and Merrill won the third set 15-6. Chase Verbist had 5 aces for Tomahawk.  The Tomahawk 7th Grade B team was swept by Merrill 3-0 on Tuesday. Merrill won the three sets 25-21, 25-13, and 25-14. Caroline Klesmith had her first ace and was 7/11 on serves.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Monday
Published on 09/14/2021 under Sports The JV Hatchets Football team lost on the road in Coleman on Monday night. The Varsity football team will host Coleman on Friday night.  TONIGHT: The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball team will try to stay undefeated in GNC play against Mosinee on Tuesday night. It will be a matchup of the top two teams in the conference. Listen to the match starting at 6:40pm Tuesday night on WJJQ. 
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Weekend
Published on 09/13/2021 under Sports CROSS COUNTRY: On Saturday the Tomahawk Cross-Country team traveled west to Fall Creek to compete against 12 other schools in the 26th Annual "Cricket Invite". For the seventh year in a row and 16th time in the last seventeen years Tomahawk brought home the overall combined score team traveling trophy. The Hatchets swept the varsity meet winning both races and the JV girls won their event, while Ty Anthes captured the individual JV boys title. The varsity boys handled the hilly and challenging course and were led by medalists Presley Gutbrod (6th- 19:30) and Arden Ziert (10th-19:47). The remaining Hatchet harriers were separated by only 15 seconds for their best scoring pack effort of the season: Sam Zastrow (13th -20:14), Owen Dickrell (14th -20:15), and Brett Borchardt (18th -20:39). Additionally, Jacob Towle (30th) and Taje Casey (49th) rounded out the varsity boy's in the 67-runner field. The 9th ranked (in State-D2) varsity girls remained undefeated as they captured their third invitational title of the season, placing two runners in the top ten as medalists. They were led by the 4th and 5th place finishes of Rachael Reilly and Emily Lacina in times of 22:11 and 22:23 respectively. Other lady Hatchets contributing to the championship were: Macey Mann (12th), Morgan Hansmann (16th), Ava Dragosh (23rd) and Geena Wanta (25th). The junior varsity girls ran to a team title as well, showcasing the Hatchet depth. Next: Tomahawk competes on Saturday in the prestigious 60+-team Smiley Invitational at a new course located at Wausau East High School on the northeast side of Wausau. Racing gets underway at 8:30am with the boys JV D2/3 combined race. VOLLEYBALL: The Tomahawk Varsity Volleyball team finished fourth at the Merrill invite over the weekend. Tomahawk had wins over Athens and Rib Lake. They lost matches against Chippewa Falls and Stanley Boyd. Next: Tomahawk will host Mosinee on Tuesday. Listen to the Varsity match on WJJQ at 6:40pm!
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Thursday
Published on 09/10/2021 under Sports FOOTBALL The Tomahawk Hatchets Varsity Football team earned their first win of the season on Thursday night over Crandon 19-14. The Hatchets improved to 1-3 overall and 1-1 in Northwoods Conference play.  Tomahawk led 7-0 at halftime after a 16-yard touchdown pass from Tyler Jablonski to Jake Kaminski.  Tomahawk extended the lead in the third quarter with a 22-yard touchdown pass from Jablonski to Isaiah Stelling. Tomahawk led 13-0 after a missed extra point. Crandon then scored twice to lead 14-13 in the fourth quarter.  However, Mason Evans returned a Crandon punt 34 yards for a touchdown to put the Hatchets up 19-14. They would get one more defensive stop and win the game.  Next week the Hatchets host Coleman on Friday night. STATS: QB - Tyler Jablonski - 13-20, 207 yds, 2 TD, 1 INTWR - Jake Kaminksi - 9 Rec, 137 yds, 1 TD VOLLEYBALL The Hatchets Varsity Volleyball team was swept by Marathon by scores of 25-20, 25-20, 25-23 on Thursday night.  STATS: Meghan Scholz - 13 kills Alyssa Zehner - 8 KillsClaire Albert - 17 digs. Mackenzie Scholz - 33 assists.  The Hatchets JV2 Volleyball team beat Marathon 2-1 on Thursday night. They won the first game 25-18, lost the second game 25-22, but won the third game 16-14 to take the victory. STATS:Ella Uelmen - 7 kills and 3 AcesKaylynn Sandry - 6 Kills and 4 AcesAdalai Gedde - 4 Aces GIRLS SWIMMING The Tomahawk Hatchets Girls Swimming team beat Mosinee 82-59 on Thursday night.  Hatchets Winners: 200yd Medley Relay (Brynnen Steffen, Joanna Phillips, Paige Dekeip, Maddie List)  2:15.65200Yd Freestyle  (Paige Dekeip) 2:06.7050yd Freestyle (Courtney Cecil) 28.64100yd Freestyle (Paige Dekeip) 56.32200yd Free Relay (Joanna Phillips, Abby Jaecks, Maddie List, Paige Dekeip) 1:56.80100yd Backstroke (Joanna Phillips) 1:11.90
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Tuesday
Published on 09/08/2021 under Sports VOLLEYBALL The Hatchets Varsity Volleyball team swept Lakeland 25-13, 25-9, and 25-20 on Tuesday night to improve to 8-3 overall and 2-0 in the GNC this season.  FINAL STATS:  Meghan Scholz - 13 Kills, 4 Aces, and 2 BlocksEmerson Lange - 4 AcesSamantha Gebauer - 10 DigsMackenzie Scholz - 24 Assists The Hatchet JV1 Volleyball team fell to Lakeland 2-1 with scores of 25-21, 25-17, and 15-10. FINAL STATS: Cayley Scholz  - 8 AcesSadie Liebelt - 5 Kills and 2 Blocks. Caylie Swan - 15 AssistsChloe Buckwalter - 3 Digs.   The Hatchet JV2 Volleyball team beat Lakeland 2-1 with scores of 25-16, 25-19, and 25-13.  FINAL STATS: Ella Uelmen -11 aces and 2 kills. Bella Marino - 7 aces Adalai Gedde - 6 aces. FOOTBALL The Tomahawk Hatchets JV Football team beat Crandon 12-6 on Tuesday. The game was called at halftime due to weather. 
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Friday
Published on 09/04/2021 under Sports FOOTBALL The Tomahawk Hatchets Football Team opened their Northwoods Conference season on Friday night at Hatchet Field and lost to Crivitz 28-24.  Both teams moved the ball well in the first half, as Tomahawk scored 3 touchdowns and Crivitz scored 2 touchdowns and a field goal. For the Hatchets in the first half, Tyler Jablonski scored on a two-yard touchdown run, Ryan Skees scored on an eight-yard touchdown run, and Jablonski threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Isaiah Stelling. Tomahawk led 18-17 at halftime. In the second half, Crivitz dominated the time of possession and was able to move the ball methodically down the field on multiple drives. Tomahawk had a turnover, punt, and turnover on downs in the second half.  After a field goal in the third quarter, Crivitz scored on a four play, 39-yard drive to start the fourth quarter. That extended their lead to 28-18.  On the next drive, Tomahawk converted a fake punt. Coach Sam Hernandez drew up a fake punt and pass that went from Tyler Jablonski to Mason Evans. It worked and went for 51-yards. That set up a 21-yard touchdown pass from Jablonski to Stelling. The score was 28-24, after the Hatchets did not convert the two-point attempt.  Crivitz drained the rest of the clock to take the victory 28-24. Tomahawk is now 0-3 overall, and 0-1 in the Northwoods Conference. Crivitz improved to 2-1 overall, and 1-0 in the Northwoods Conference. STATS: Tomahawk Hatchets - QB Tyler Jablonski - 17-24, 248 passing yards, 2 TD, 1 INT, 1 rushing TD, 33 rushing yardsWR Isaiah Stelling - 4 Rec, 78 Yards, 2 TDWR Jake Kaminski - 7 Rec, 70 YardsWR Mason Evans - 5 Rec, 92 Yards
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Thursday
Published on 09/03/2021 under Sports VOLLEYBALL On Thursday night, the Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Teams opened their GNC season with matches against Antigo. The Varsity Hatchets swept the Red Robins, winning 25-14, 27-25, and 25-13. Leading the Hatchets was Meghan Scholz who had 11 kills and 3 blocks. Alyssa Zehner had 6 kills for Tomahawk and Samantha Gebauer had 10 digs. Mackenzie Scholz also added 4 aces and 23 assists. The Varsity Hatchets will play next on Tuesday in Lakeland against the T-Birds. The JV Volleyball Team also swept Antigo. They won 25-21, 25-18, and 25-23. The JV2 Volleyball Team was swept by Antigo.  CROSS COUNTRY On Thursday afternoon, the Tomahawk Hatchets Cross Country Teams traveled to Nine-Mile Recreation Area in Rib Mountain for the 12th AnnualMarathon Invitational. For the second straight week, the Lady Hatchets sat atop the 13-team field as they took home the championship; while the boys had their best finish of the season as they placed 3rd. The lady Hatchets were led by the Reilly sisters Rachael and Kate) as they both earned medalists honors, placing in the top ten. Rachael finished 4th (21:10) and Kate placed 7th (21:27).  Final Top 8 Girls Team Rankings: Tomahawk (39), Assumption (59), Colby (72), Marathon (73), Merrill (136), Rib Lake (179), Wittenberg (210), Pittsville (211) The lone medalist for the 3rd place boys team was senior Arden Ziert as he placed 10th in a time of 18:47.  Final Top 8 Boys Standings: Marathon (84), Auburndale (89), Tomahawk (94), Merrill (110), Athens (127), Pittsville (149), Rib Lake (171), Colby/Abby (172),  The Hatchets Cross Country Teams next travel to Fall Creek next Saturday for the annual Cricket Invite. Meet gets started at 10:00 a.m. on the high school grounds. GIRLS SWIMMING The Tomahawk Hatchets Girls Swimming team lost their first GNC Dual of the season, 128-35, to Rhinelander on Thursday. However, the Hatchets enjoyed some great performances.  Paige Dekeip set a new school record in the 100 fly with a time of 1:01.07.Joanna Phillips beat her best time by about 2 seconds and finished in 1st place in the 100 freestyle.Also, Abi Roberts (Hatchet Freshman) took 4th in the 100 breaststroke. Aj Schertz dropped a whopping 10 seconds off of her 100 breaststroke time and finished 5th.Next up for the Lady Hatchets will be a home dual against Mosinee on Thursday. 
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Monday
Published on 08/31/2021 under Sports FOOTBALL The Tomahawk Hatchets JV Football Team beat Crivitz 20-0 on Monday. It was the first win of the season for the JV Football Team.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Thursday
Published on 08/27/2021 under Sports CROSS COUNTRY The Hatchet Cross-Country team opened their season on Thursday at the 13-team Ashland Invitational,held at the Chequamegon Bay Golf Course on the west side of Ashland. The lady Hatchets ran strong intheir debut event and took the team title, while the boys finished mid-pack in 6th. Placing in the Top 20 for the Tomahawk girls were: -Morgan Hansmann (8th-22:44), -Macey Mann (9th-22:48)-Rachael Reilly (10th-23:08)-Robin Schmidt (11th-23:22), -Kate Reilly (12th-23:42)-Geena Wanta (17th-24:05)-Ava Dragosh (18th-24:06)-Emily Lacina (19th-24:24) Girls Team Scores: Tomahawk-45, Northwestern-92, Chequamegon-107, Superior-125, Solon Springs-133, Barron-152, Ironwood-163, Hayward-169, Hurley-213, Washburn-268 Sophomore Presley Gutbrod was the top finisher for the Hatchet men placing 13th in a time of 20:07. Boys Team Scores: Chequamegon-50, Northwestern-50, Superior-97, Solon Springs-114, Ashland-148,Tomahawk-153, Ironwood-156, Hurley-208, Hayward-228 Next meet for the Hatchets will be on Thursday when the Hatchets travel to 9-mile Forest in Wausau for the Marathon Invitational.Meet gets underway at 4:30.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Wednesday
Published on 08/26/2021 under Sports GIRLS SWIMMING The Hatchet Girls Swimming Team competed in Colby on Wednesday. The meet was placed by grade and not overall. OVERALL FINISHES:  Paige Dekeip - 3rd place overall for 10th grade AJ Schertz - 13th overall for 10th gradeJoanna Phillips- 3rd overall 11th gradeBrynnen Stefan- 13th overall 11th grade  SPECIFIC PLACES: 50-Yard Fly-2nd Place - Paige Dekeip - (10) -3rd Place - Joanna Phillips - (11) 50-Yard Backstroke -2nd Place - Paige Dekeip (10)  50-Yard Freestyle -1st Place - Paige Dekeip (10)-1st Place - Joanna Phillips (11)  Next up for the Hatchets Girls Swimming Team is their first conference meet of the year at Rhinelander next Thursday.
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Hatchets Sports Recap - Tuesday
Published on 08/25/2021 under Sports GIRLS SWIMMING  The Hatchets Girls Swimming Team competed at Marshfield on Tuesday. They finished in 5th place as a team. Individual results are below.  200-Yard Medley Relay -4th Place - Courtney Cecil, Joanna Phillips, Paige Dekeip, Abbey Jaecks100-Yard Freestyle-2nd Place - Joanna Phillips 100-Yard IM-3rd Place - Paige Dekeip 100-Yard Free Relay-5th Place -  Brynnen Stefan, Abigail Roberts, AJ Schertz, Maddie List200-Yard Free Relay-3rd Place - Courtney Cecil, Joanna Phillips, Paige Dekeip, Abbey Jaecks50-Yard Fly-5th Place - Joanna Phillips 50-Yard Freestyle-6th place - Maddie List-7th Place - Courtney Cecil50-Yard Backstroke-2nd Place - Paige DekeipVOLLEYBALL The Tomahawk Hatchet Volleyball Teams opened their seasons at Ashland on Tuesday. The Varsity Hatchets won the first two games 25-17 and 25-21. They lost the third game 26-24, but won the fourth game 25-14, to win the match. The JV2 and JV Volleyball teams also won their matches against Ashland. A great start to the season for the Tomahawk Volleyball teams.
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