“There is no doubt these boys will be back in Texas next fall,” said Mounted Shooting Association CEO Karin. “They are very disciplined and work hard to achieve their goals. This is proof to never doubt your dreams. Even a local boy with a backyard horse can go to Worlds!”
The Ladysmith Lumberjill basketball team strapped on their shoes for a game against Stanley-Boyd.
The Lake Holcombe/Cornell Knights football team held a banquet on Nov. 17 to honor athletes who earned all conference honors.
The Flambeau Falcon girl’s basketball team is hitting the gym and getting ready to play some competitive basketball. Last year, the team had an outstanding season.
The Flambeau Area Swim Team (F.A.S.T.) opened their 2015-2016 season by hosting a sprint meet on Saturday, Nov. 14. The meet featured 13 teams from the Central Wisconsin Swim Conference, with more than 300 athletes participating. F.A.S.T. had 50 athletes entered in the meet. For several, it was their first time racing.
The Ladysmith Lumberjill basketball team is gearing up for another season. The team is very hopeful this year, and as time winds closer to the opening of the season, anticipation builds.
The Trident Swimming and Diving team, consisting of Ladysmith, Bruce, and Flambeau swimmers, finished seventh at the Division 2 State Meet in Madison on Friday 13. The meet saw 36 of the 60 teams from Division 2 high schools.
Bruce varsity wrestling is getting ready for another year of competition. The Raiders will have a young team, with four freshman, three sophomores, and two seniors. There are three wrestlers who are returning to the team this year. Senior Walker Golubiff who had a 23-17 record last season; Sophomore Spencer Keeble who had an 8-28 record last season; Senior Kordel Ralston who had a 29-17 last season.
Last season, the Bruce Red Raider girl’s basketball team saw a lot of success. This year, Raider girl’s basketball coach Jason Lehman feels more success is on the horizon.
RJ and Kaden pose side by side showcasing the equipment they have used to become champions.
Lumberjill junior Liz Sarauer and senior Michaela Malec fight off the defenders while attempting to come up with a rebound.
Taylor Lystig of Rice Lake gathers speed as she tears down her lane of the Ladysmith pool during the 50 Butterfly.
F.A.S.T. held a meet at Ladysmith High School where hundreds of people gathered to both participate in, and watch swimmers compete in 50 events throughout the day.
HOMESTEAD, FL - NOVEMBER 22: Kyle Busch, driver of the #18 M&M's Crispy Toyota, celebrates with the trophy in Victory Lane after winning the series championship and the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Ford EcoBoost 400 at Homestead-Miami Speedway on November 22, 2015 in Homestead, Florida. (Photo by Chris Graythen/Getty Images)
Mary Burch (left) and her niece Jessie Burch visit the gravesite of Sue Burch, who served as the community correspondent, writing Sheldon News for the Ladysmith News in 2010. Mary and Jessie have compiled Mrs. B’s columns and other writings into a book entitled Too Fast for Conditions.