Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team Begins Season
Published on 08/20/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls Swimming Team has their first regular season action on Wednesday, August 21 as they compete in the Colby Invitational.  The action begins at 2:00 pm. Then on Thursday, Tomahawk will compete in the Fun in the Sun Outdoor Meet at the MARC in Merrill.  That meet begins at 5:30 pm. Northwoods 92-5 and wjjq.com will have highlights of both meets.
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Tomahawk Titans' Season Comes to an end in Playoffs
Published on 08/12/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Titans' season came to an end on Sunday in Altoona as they fell to the defending state champion Osseo Merchants by a score of 8-1. The game actually started on Saturday evening as the teams played two innings of scoreless baseball before the skies opened suspending the game. Action resumed on Sunday morning and the Titans stuck with the champs through five innings with the Merchants holding a 1-0 lead. Unfortunately, Osseo used 11 walks and a few timely hits to build their lead and end the season for Tomahawk. Cody Brietzke started on the mound for Tomahawk and pitched five innings allowing one run on two hits while striking out three. Jared Jarvensivu led the Titans at the plate going 2 for 4 with the lone Tomahawk RBI.
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Hatchet Football Season Starts on Tuesday
Published on 08/06/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Football Team will hold their first practice of the 2019 season on Tuesday, August 6.  Tomahawk will compete in a scrimmage on Friday, August 16 at Athens High School at 4:00 pm.  Tomahawk will scrimmage against Athens, Colby and Wittenberg-Birnamwood. The Hatchet Girls Swimming Team will hold their first practice of the season on Tuesday, August 13.  The Hatchets first meet will be on Wednesday, August 21 at Colby High School at 5:30 pm. Tomahawk Hatchet Cross Country will begin their season on Monday, August 19 and the Hatchets will hold their annual Alumni Scrimmage on Saturday, August 24 at Bradley Park at 10:00 am. The Hatchet Volleyball Team also begins their season on Monday, August 19 with their first practice.  Tomahawk will have a scrimmage on Saturday, August 24 at Marshfield at 9:00 am. Northwoods 92-5, WJJQ and wjjq.com will have local sports updates and live coverage of the Hatchets all season long.
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Host Kwahamots Finish 4th in National Show Ski Championships
Published on 08/05/2019 under Sports Skiing on their home waters, the Kwahamots water ski team earned a fourth place finish in the National Show Ski Championships. Tomahawk hosted the Division 2 nationals participants from Wisconsin and several neighboring states over the weekend. It was the Hartwick Huskies of Manchester, Iowa who were crowned the champions in a tight field. Just 5 points separated the top three teams. Just behind that top grouping were the host Kwahamots. They were led by the barefooters and jumpers each earning second place finishes. The hosts also had the top score in dock and equipment personnel. Another Northwoods squad, the Plum Ski-ters of Sayner, finished just behind the Kwahamots in 5th place.In the individual events, separate from the show competition, the Kwahamots jump team earned a first place finish.
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THS Cross Country Team to Host Alumni Scrimmage
Published on 07/31/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk High School Cross-Country Team is hosting the 18th Annual Alumni Scrimmage on Saturday, August 24th. The 5K race will take place in Bradley Park, starting at 10:00 a.m. All Alumni from Tomahawk are invited to participate in this event. This is a chance to meet the 2019 Hatchets and socialize afterwards at a brat feed held near the finish line. There is no cost, but alumni are encouraged to register for the race by calling Coach Z at 612-8975 and leave their name and graduating year. Commemorative medallions will be presented to all alumni finishers this year.
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Tomahawk Titans Win a Pair of Weekend Games
Published on 07/08/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Titans defeated the Westboro Trojans 11-1 in Dairyland Baseball League action on Sunday afternoon in Westboro. Titans' pitchers, Cody Brietzke, Jacob Demeyer, and Jared Jarvensivu combined to hold Westboro to just one run on 10 hits. However the big story of the game was Tomahawk's offense which used 16 hits and nine walks to plate 11 runs. Every player in the lineup collected at least one hit on the day with Jakob Kahle's fourth inning grand slam being the big blow. Other top hitters for the Titans were Isaac Weber and Jared Jarvensivu with three hits apiece and Jake Ruid and Jacob Demeyer with two hits each.The Titans return to action next Saturday when they host the Merrill Rangers in the final home game of the season. First pitch is set for 6:00 pm. The Tomahawk Titans defeated the Abbotsford Merchants 2-0 in Dairyland Baseball League action on Saturday evening. Nick Bolte, Eli Wurl, and Caleb Armstrong combined to toss the shutout for Tomahawk with Wurl collecting the win and Armstrong getting the save. The Titans were led at the plate by Jared Jarvensivu who went 1 for 3 with a double and RBI, Jacob Demeyer, 1 for 3 with an RBI, and Justin Jarvensivu, 1 for 3 with a triple. Tomahawk is back in action Sunday (today) as they travel to Westboro to face the Trojans. First pitch is set for 1:30.
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Tomahawk Cubs Loses to Rhinelander
Published on 06/25/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Cub American Legion Baseball Team traveled to Rhinelander on Monday and lost 6-0.
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Former SPASH Hockey Player Expected to Go in 1st Round of NHL Draft
Published on 06/21/2019 under Sports A Northern Wisconsin hockey player is expected to hear his name called in the first round of the NHL draft Friday evening. Mosinee-native Cole Caufield spent his freshman and sophomore years at Stevens Point Area Senior High (SPASH) before moving on to the US National Development Team Program. There, the diminutive forward, at just 5'7", shattered the team goal scoring record. Experts have projected Caufield to be drafted in the top 15 this evening, and as high as the fifth overall pick. Caufield is committed to play for the Badgers next fall where he'll join older brother Brock. His father Paul Caufield remains the all-time leading scorer at UW-Stevens Point.
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Tomahawk Cubs Win a Pair
Published on 06/18/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Cub American Legion Baseball Team swept a double header with Rib Lake on Monday night at Tyler Kahle Memorial Field at Pride Park. Tomahawk won game one 5-4 and game two 7-6. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Tomahawk will compete in the Antigo Tournament.
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Tomahawk Titans Defeat Medford in Dairyland Baseball
Published on 06/10/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Titans defeated the Medford Moondogs 7-3 on Saturday night at Medford. The Titans had nine hits and held Medford to four with Jacob DeMeyer and Caleb Armstrong combining for 19 strikeouts in the win. DeMeyer had three hits and two RBI and Jacob Jarvensivu drop in three runs. Tomahawk will host Marshfield at 6:00 pm on Saturday, June 15 at Tyler Kahle Memorial Field at Pride Park.
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Hatchet Baseball Team Season Ends in Regionals
Published on 05/24/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Baseball Team traveled to Stevens Point on Thursday for WIAA Regional Quarter Final action against Pacelli.  The Cardinals defeated the Hatchets 6-5. The Hatchets scored first, with two runs in the second. Pacelli answered with four in the third inning to take a 4-2 lead. The Hatchets then responded by scoring one run in the fourth and the fifth to tie the game at 4-4. Pacelli then had a 2 out two run double to take the lead 6-4 going into the final inning.  The Hatchets responded by scoring one run on a sacrafice fly, but couldn't scratch another run across making the final score 6-5. Sam VonSchrader was great on the mound giving up only 2 runs over his 6 innings of work. The Hatchets didn't play great defensively and had 4 errors in the game. Offensively the hatchets totaled eight hits, Tony Matti lead the hatchets with two hits.
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Hatchet Track & Field Teams Compete at Sectionals
Published on 05/24/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Track and Field Teams sent 15 event and 25 individuals to the WIAA Sectional Meet on Thursday at Mosinee High School. Tomahawk did not have any top four finishers, so their season comes to an end. Top finishers for the Hatchets were: -6th Katie Pierce - Shot Put -7th Girls 4 x 800 - Meagan Berg, Macey Mann, Kate Reilly, Emily Lacina -7th Drew Bolder- 3200m Run -8th Cody Jablonski- 100m Dash -9th Boys 4x800 - Noah Buckwalter, Keaton Jed, Trey Baalke, Evan Ploeckelman -9th Micah Arnott - High Jump -10th Noah Buckwalter - 800m Run -11th Drew Bolder - 1600m Run -11th Meagan Berg - 1600m Run -12th 4 x 200 Relay Girls - Mallorie Watland-Copiskey, Autumn Peissig, Tiana Gerstenberger, Maddie McCormick -13th 4 x 200m Relay Boys - Sam Solie, Eric Strong, Cody Jablonski, Wyatt Wenninger -13th Austin Snow - Pole Vault -13th Mallorie Watland Copiskey - 300m Hurdles -15th Emily Maki - Triple Jump -15th Emily Maki - 100m High Hurdles -16th Emily Maki - 300m Hurdles
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Hatchet Softball Team's Season Comes to an End
Published on 05/24/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Softball Team traveled to Nekoosa on Thursday for WIAA Regional Final action. Nekoosa advances to sectionals with a 3-1 win over the Hatchets.
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Hatchet Track Team Advances Athletes to Sectional Meet
Published on 05/21/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Girls and Boys Track and Field Teams are advancing 25 individuals and 15 events to the WIAA Sectional Meet on Thursday at Mosinee High School. Advancing are those athletes and relays that finished in the top four at the Lakeland Regional Meet that was held on Monday.  The Hatchet girls were 4th and the boys 7th at that regional meeting Advancing to Sectionals for the girls are: -2nd Mallorie Watland Copiskey 300m Low Hurdles -2nd 4x200m Relay- Mallorie Watland-Copiskey, Autumn Peissig, Tiana Gerstenberger, Maddie McCormick -3rd Kate Pierce Shot Put -3rd Emily Maki Triple Jump -4th Emily Maki 300m Hurdles -4th Emily Maki 100m High Hurdles -4th 4x800 m Relay- Macey Mann, Kate Reilly, Emily Lacina, Meagan Berg -4th Meagan Berg 1600m Run Other top finishers for the girls were: -5th Sam Plouff 300m Hurdles -5th 4x400m Relay- Maddie McCormick, Meagan Berg, Macey Mann, Tiana Gerstenberger -5th Emily Lacina 3200m Run -5th Kate Pierce Discus -6th Emily Maki Long Jump -6th Macey Mann 800m Run -6th Tiana Gerstenberger 200m Dash Girls Team placed 4th with 79 points overall. Advancing to Sectionals for the boys are: -1st Drew Bolder 1600m Run -2nd Drew Bolder 3200m Run -2nd 4x800m Relay- Keaton Jed, Evan Ploeckelman, Noah Buckwalter, Trey Baalke -2nd Cody Jablonski 100m dash -3rd Micah Arnott High Jump -3rd Austin Snow Pole Vault -3rd 4x200m Relay- Noah Buckwalter, Eric Strong, Cody Jablonski, Sam Solie -4th Noah Buckwalter 800m Run Other top finishers for the boys were: -5th Wyatt Wenninger 200m Dash -6th Matt Johnson 800m Run -6th 4x400m Relay- Cody Jablonski, Wyatt Wenninger, Evan Ploeckelman, Keaton Jed -6th Ethan Liebnitz Pole Vault Boys Team placed 7th with 77 points overall. The WIAA Sectional Meet is at Mosinee High School on Thursday and begins at 3:00 pm with field events and timed running trials.
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Hatchet Baseball Team Loses at Chequamegon
Published on 05/21/2019 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Varsity Baseball Team traveled to Chequamegon on Monday and lost to the Screamin' Eagles 6-1. The Hatchets will begin tournament play on Thursday, traveling to Stevens Point to play Pacelli at 4:30 pm at Bukholt Park.
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