The Lumberjacks have stayed busy over the last couple of weeks. On Sept 18, they traveled to Hayward.
The Falcon cross country team made their way to Rib Lake on Thursday, Sept 24 to participate in a cross country meet that would eventually allow Rachel Lawton to etch another first place finish into her already glorious resume. Lawton has already had an amazing run this year, winning first place in six of her seven races. She took third place at Rice Lake.
There was a special kind of energy flowing through the Bruce gym. Both teams were dressed completely in pink jerseys, most of the fans were completely covered in pink as well. There were banners, signs, and streamers all over the place, and breast cancer awareness signs showing on most of them.
When walking into the Ladysmith gym on Tuesday night, expecting to see a sea of purple, fans were met with a surprise. The Ladysmith Lumberjills, the fans, and even the gym were all pasted in pastel pink. Pink balloons lined the stands, and pink streamers lined the entrances to the locker rooms. Their goal was to raise awareness for the fight against breast cancer, and their point was made very clear, and very loud.
While running the Cadott cross country meet, the majority of the runners for the Knights rain their best times of the season so far. The meet was run on Whispering Pines Golf Course.
The ladies of Trident Swimming and Diving had a very full weekend with two meets in three days.
It was in the first quarter when the Knights took charge of an opening drive and scored on a six yard run by Nick Seng. After completing the two point conversion from a Luke Geist pass to Cortland Spletter, the score was 8-0, Knights.
Lake Holcombe volleyball has been decimating their opponents all season. Rarely does this team need more than three games to put away the win.
The Bloomer invitational cross country meet took place at Three lakes Ski Trail on September 8.
18-20 September, 2015, Joliet, Illinois USA Matt Kenseth, Dollar General Toyota Camry © 2015, Nigel Kinrade LAT Photo USA
The Women of Courage served breakfast before the ride. Kim Reisner, Leanne Burch, and Kathy Mai helped serve the tasty meal.
Flambeau Football players took turns flipping pancakes for the Women of Courage breakfast on Saturday morning.
A line of motorcycles, vehicles, and a bus drove down windy roads in Rusk County on Saturday, Sept. 26 to honor American veterans.
John Vacho showed the group of bikers Memorial Park’s newest memorial. Vacho went through the list of fallen soldiers, and families reflected in silence for the young Americans who lost their lives.
Three Bruce girls made, decorated, and sold 211 cupcakes over the weekend and donated all proceeds to the Rusk County Lighthouse Homeless Shelter. Aubrey Gunn, 9, Ella Luettgerodt, 10, and Mckenzie Konichek, 10, sat up a table at Christie Mountain during Leaf it to Rusk to raise awareness and money for the homeless in their community. Luettgerodt has been organizing a bake sale for various non-profits during Leaf it to Rusk since she was 6-years-old.