Sports

The Loyal High School girls basketball team (Greyhounds) travelled to Marathon High School (Red Raiders/Raiders) for both teams’ first game of the 2023-24 season Nov. 14. Greyhounds Addyson Wolf, Autumn Zvolena, Sheila Tellock, Olivia Nikolai and Jordynn Corder took the court to start off the game’...
The Neillsville High School girls varsity basketball team (Warriors) faced off against Athens High School (Blue Jays/Jays) Nov. 14 in the first game of the Warriors’ 2023-24 season, meeting the Blue Jays at their nest. Starters for the Warriors were Gracie Schoengarth, Madi Davel, Sydney Subke,...
The Neillsville girls varsity basketball team (Warriors) will be fielding a team with new leaders for the 2023-24 season. “We lost two very talented and experienced starters to graduation,” John Gaier said, coach. “That leaves us with a very young team that does not have a lot of varsity level...
Michael Gaier is looking forward to coaching the 2023-24 boys basketball season. “I am excited to get back to work with all of the great student athletes that we have in Neillsville,” Gaier said. The Neillsville High School boys basketball team (Warriors) is anticipating a “really good” turnout of...
Warriors face the Saints in second playoff game

Braylon Boyer intercepts the ball to run 18 yards for the Warriors to gain possession with less than a minute to go in the third quarter of their home game against St. Croix Falls High School.

The Neillsville-Granton varsity football team (Warriors) and the D.E. Peters Athletic field experienced their final home game of the year during playoff game at home, Oct. 20 with a 20-6 loss against St. Croix Falls (Saints). Both teams ended their regular season 5-4; however, the Saints came in...
Greyhounds hit the tournament bracket

Greyhound Louis Nikolai scores the first touchdown of the game in the first quarter of the Oct. 20 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 football tournament match against the reedsville Panthers.

The Loyal High School varsity football team (Greyhounds) left in the early afternoon to drive across the state to meet Reedsville High School (Panthers) Oct. 20 for the first level of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 7 football tournament. If the Greyhounds won the game,...
Greenwood Indians fight to stay in WIAA Regionals

Kayla Grambsch returns the ball over the net to the Cardinals, who missed sending it back over, scoring the Indians’ second point of the game in the first set, 8-2, during the Indians’ game against the Pacelli High School Cardinals.

The Greenwood High School varsity volleyball team (Indians) travelled to Pacelli Catholic High School (Cardinals) in Stevens Points Oct. 17 to compete in the first of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Regional games, the teams’ colors a mirror or each other. This game would decide...
One more before the playoffs

Warrior Reese McDonald goes for a tackle in the first quarter of the Oct. 12 game against Elk Mound High School, the Warriors’ last regular home game before the playoffs.

The D.E. Peterson athletic field saw the Neillsville-Granton varsity football team (Warriors) host Elk Mound High School (Mounders) in the last regular home game of the Warriors’ season before the 2023 playoffs Oct. 12. This would determine if the Mounders would be eligible for “the bubble.” The...
Donation pays off
May 17, Jake Smith (front, far left), president of Southern Clark County Sportsmen’s Club, presented Skip Kuehl, head coach of Neillsville High School Trap Team and Granton assistant coach, with a $600 donation to help with teaching the next generation proper gun safety and keeping the sport alive...
Loyal and Greenwood’s school football players will hit the field not as rivals but as teammates as early as 2023. The decision was made at the Loyal School Board meeting Sept. 28. After a brief discussion, the board decided that Loyal and Greenwood’s middle schools would form a cooperative team,...

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