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Scott wins twice in hurdles for Chiefs

By Amanda Young Student reporter On Thursday, April 29, Shiocton traveled to Plainfield for the Tri-County track Invitational at Tri-County High School. The Shiocton boys took 11th place with a score of 21.2 points. Dan Erickson placed second in the…

Thunder soccer still unbeaten

Seymour gave up its first two goals of the season and its first tie, but remains unbeaten in Bay Conference girls soccer. Seymour 0, New London 0 In a home match April 22, Seymour outshot New London 18-10 but neither…

Thunder wins two, falls to top-ranked West De Pere

Seymour won a pair of Bay Conference baseball games before losing to West De Pere, ranked No. 1 in Division 2 in the Wisconsin Sports Network poll.   Seymour 5, Oconto Falls 0 Tyler Pfefferle was 3-for-4 with a double…

Seymour softball splits pair of close games

Seymour had two close games in Bay Conference softball last week, winning one in extra innings and losing the other by a run. Seymour 8, Oconto Falls 6 (10) Seymour traveled to Oconto Falls on April 22 and won a…

Thunder wins track triangular

Seymour won a girls track triangular April 27 at Shawano while the boys team finished second in its event. Seymour’s girls had a score of 78.5 to 54 for Denmark and 47.5 for Shawano. Winners for the Thunder included Rachael…

Scott wins for Shiocton runners

On April 26, the Shiocton girls attended the “Tiger Invite” track meet in Gillett. They took eighth place with 33 total points. Cassie Scott took first in the 300 meter hurdles for the Chiefs with a time of 52.12 seconds.…

Chiefs at .500 in CWC baseball

Shiocton moved to the break-even mark in CWC-8 baseball with a 13-4 win at Amherst on April 23. The 13-4 victory gives the Chiefs a 3-3 conference record (3-4 overall). CWC-8 BASEBALL                             Conf. All Pacelli                7-0 9-2 Bonduel            5-1…

Maass runs 3:03 in Boston Marathon

Tim Maass didn’t quite reach his goal April 19 when he ran his first Boston Marathon, but he was pleased with the results. “It went really well,” he said. “The whole experience was just awesome. The course was tougher than…

Chiefs still look for first win in softball

Shiocton dropped four softball contests, including a close nonconference loss to Wrightstown. The Chiefs were downed 6-0 at home by Weyauwega-Fremont April 15. On April 16 in a 4-3 loss to Wrightstown, the Chiefs had the potential tying run thrown…