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Shiocton’s Schmidt to coach All Stars

The Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association has selected Shiocton Boys Head Basketball Coach Chad Schmidt to be the head coach for the High School Division III (North Team) All-Star Game in June. The game will be held on June 19 at…

Seymour splits in southern swing

Seymour beat Raceland, of Kentucky, in the first game 10-0 on Thursday, April 1, then lost to Sacred Heart of New Jersey while on their Florida trip. Jordan Anderson threw a four-hit shutout and Joey Berg had two-hits for the…

Thunder goes 1-3 in Florida softball trip

On Monday, March 29, the Seymour softball team flew from Milwaukee on a direct flight to Orlando, Fla. The team arrived in Florida to rainy weather and an area that had received large amounts of rain over the previous 24…

PREVIEW: Shiocton golfers lose three, look to rebuild

Shiocton will need to rebuild after losing two all-CWC golfers from last season’s team. The Chiefs, who were ninth in the 10-team conference last season, have three starters returning from last year: Adam Lembcke, Kyle Rietveld and Jacob Riehl. Dale…

SOFTBALL PREVIEW: Experience throughout for Shiocton – except at pitcher

Shiocton returns seven starters to the softball diamond from last year’s 4-13, but in a game that centers around pitching, there are still some questions. “We’ll have varsity experience at most positions except pitching,” said coach Tom Fischer. “The young…

Legion baseball makes Shiocton debut this summer

Shiocton’s first American Legion baseball team will take the field this summer. The team, for ages 15-19, will play in the Central Wisconsin Legion League and host games at the high school field. The first home game is June 21.…

TRACK: Girls aim at repeat of Bay championship

Seymour, coming off a Bay Conference championship in girls track last season, aims for a repeat with a double state champion on board. The Thunder boys,  however, are young and will need to step up quickly to contend in the…

GOLF: Thunder has plenty of experience

Seymour returns 10 of its top 12 golfers from last  year’s boys team, including its regular five varsity players. That has coach Matt Timm hoping for good things this season. “We return all five varsity players from a team that…

SOFTBALL: Team hopes to build on regional crown

After taking home a regional championship last season, Seymour will have to find some additional help to fill graduation holes on its softball team. The Thunder, who finished 15-9 last season, lost five players, four of them all-Bay Conference honorees.…

BASEBALL: Thunder has experience, looks for mound stability

With seven starters returning, Seymour has experience, but baseball coach Tom Wilson is hoping his team will find the pitching it needs to contend in the Bay Conference. Wilson, in his 29th year, returns seven starters from last year’s 6-15…