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Area food pantries say thanks

Many thanks to the generous donations of food for the recent Post Office Food Drive. The food drive was a success due to the volunteers that helped pick up the food, the generous giving and the hard work of the…

Seymour edged by Bay-leading Polar Bears

Seymour lost a tough contest in the final inning, falling to Bay Conference leader Hortonville 3-2 in softball May 10. The Hortonville pitcher, Becca Hart, who was a first team All-Conference pitcher as a junior, scattered four hits which yielded…

Shiocton library budget lowest in area, village board told

The Shiocton Village Library gets the lowest amount from its municipality of any library in its area, the Shiocton Village Board learned Monday. The allottment of $56,500 includes funds from the Outagamie-Waupaca Library System. The next lowest in the area,…

Two easy wins for Thunder soccer

Seymour continued its perfect season in Bay Conference girls soccer with easy wins over Hortonville and Shawano. * Seymour’s game at Luxemburg-Casco May 11 was postponed to May 24. Seymour 6, Hortonville 1 Brianna Messner and Rachel Effa both scored…

Thunder bats key 5-win streak

Seymour pounded out 17 hits, downing Hortonville 11-3 in Bay Conference baseball May 10 for its fifth victory in a row. Clay Letter earned the win for the Thunder and Tyler Pfefferle was 3-for-3 and batted in three runs. Leadoff…

Seymour Woman’s Club awards scholarships

The Seymour Woman’s Club announced the 2010 winners of four $500 scholarships for Seymour High School seniors at the club’s Spring Banquet on Monday, May 10, at the Seymour Hotel. The winners are: Stephanie Ambrosius, daughter of Sarah and Kevin…

Good finishes for Thunder golfers

Seymour stepped up its game with strong finishes in two invitational tournaments last week in golf. At the West De Pere Invitational on May 10, the Thunder finished fourth in a tournament consisting of Bay Conference teams at 327, tied…

Chiefs now third in CWC baseball

Shiocton continued to show strength against the top teams in the CWC 8 baseball race, posting a 6-4 win over Weyauwega-Fremont at Weyauwega on May 10. The Chiefs scored three runs in the top of the seventh to break a…

Former Shiocton AD gets district honor

Former Shiocton High School athletic director, Sue Neumann, who died in January, will be honored posthumously by the Wisconsin Athletic Directors Association. She will be honored as athletic director of the year in District 2 of the state. Neumann, athletic…

Chiefs downed by W-F

Co-CWC-8 leader Weyauwega-Fremont handed Shiocton a 13-4 softball loss at Weyauwega on May 10. The Indians managed just four hits but made the most of them with eight runs in the first two innings. Holly Pingle took the loss for…