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Tomahawk Boys Swimming Team Finishes 8th at Sectionals Published on 02/13/2017 under Sports The Tomahawk Hatchet Boys Swimming Team finished in eighth place at the WIAA Sectional Meet on Saturday at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Aquatic Center.

Lakeland won the meet with 305 points, River Falls was second with 303 points and Shawano was third with 236. Stardock fences free Tomahawk scored 169 points for their eighth place finish.

Of the 17 individual event swims that the Hatchets competed in, 16 of them were personal best swim times for the boys for a total of 50.28 seconds of cumulative team time-drop. Landscape photography techniques Most notable were: Sophomore, Evan Ploeckelman who took 4.72 seconds off of his 200 yard freestyle for 12th place overall and 5 points, plus another 8.35 seconds off of his 500 yard freestyle for 11th place and 6 team points.

Senior Mike Rawlings who stepped in at the last minute for an ill teammate to do the 200 yard IM in a time that was 12.79 seconds faster than his personal best and another 2.98 seconds off of his 100 yard freestyle to end his HS swimming career in style.

Making it onto the blocks for recognition in the top 8 spots at the meet were: The 200 Medley Relay Team of Kole Svacina, Parker Knipfer, Nathan Goehe and Peyton Hamm for 5th and 28 pts, Nathan Goehe 3rd in the 50 freestyle for 16 points, Peyton Hamm 6th in the 50 freestyle for 13 points, Kole Svacina 6th in 500 freestyle for 13 points, Nathan Goehe 2nd in the 100 backstroke for 17 points, and the 400 Freestyle Relay Team of Kole Svacina, Tom Reiter, Peyton Hamm and Nathan Goehe for 6th and 26 pts .

Surprising us all, the 200 yard Medley Relay team of Junior Kole Svacina at backstroke, Senior Parker Knipfer at breaststroke, Senior Nathan Goehe at butterfly and Senior Peyton Hamm at freestyle came away with a new record in the first event of the day. Garden ideas pinterest They broke the old record set at the same meet in 2016 at 1:52.16 had only one change in roster with then Senior Logan Loretz doing the breaststroke. Elevator pitch video The teams new time is 1:51.38 and they took 5th overall for 28 team points.

Junior Kole Svacina rebroke his record in the 500 yard freestyle again on Saturday from a previous time of 5:41.99 set at home against Antigo back on January 26th. Hardscaping definition His new record time will now be 5:36.89 and he swam that time for 6th place overall and 13 individual points.

And finally, Senior Nathan Goehe hit the double on Saturday by first breaking the 50 yard freestyle record, previously held by Logan Loretz at :23.26 which he set back on January 29th of 2015 and the new mark is :23.18 which he achieved to take and individual 3rd place for 16 points, and then Nathan went on to rebreak his backstroke record which he set at 1:01.29 back on January 26th down by almost 3 full seconds to his new time of :58.47. College softball field dimensions Nathan took 2nd place overall in the backstroke with that new time, and earning him another 17 meet points.

Published on 02/15/2017 under News As legislators in Madison consider a bill that would allow individual school district’s to choose their own start date, one group is opposing a potential change. Fantasy football team names for girls The Minocqua Area Chamber Board released a formal opposition, with letters directed towards local representatives, urging them not to sign on to the bill. Garden centre vouchers The Tourism Federation of Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Association of Convention and Visitors Bureau have also opposed the bill. Facebook search by phone number The memo to Chamber members reads, “We believe that in the interest of our Northwoods Communities, that are so heavily vested in tourism, any increase to the start time of school would decrease revenue opportunities for our local area businesses.” The memo also compared tourism figures in June and August and also cited a study showing parental support for the current system. How to install a fence gate Should the bill pass, it wouldn’t necessarily change any local start dates, it would simply give individual districts the opportunity to do so. Just bats com Currently, school’s cannot start prior to September 1 without a waiver. Fastpitch softball The bill has received support resolutions from several local school district’s over the past few months including Tomahawk, Northland Pines, and most recently the Wausau School District. Ncaa basketball final scores history + Read More