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Kaukauna boys begin season with 3-0 win over Appleton West


Andrew Hanlon photo/Kaukauna senior Connor Drzewiecki had three aces in the Ghosts’ season-opening win over Appleton West at home Thursday night.
After ending last season with a loss to Appleton North in a sectional final on Oct. 29, 2019, the Kaukauna boys’ volleyball team got back on the court – at home for the first time in more than 16 months – and routed Appleton West 3-0.
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Kimberly girls come back from 2-0 deficit to win opener


Andrew Hanlon photo/Kimberly sophomore setter Macy Herman had 39 assists, 9 digs and 4 kills in last Tuesday night’s comeback, season-opening win at home against Appleton East.
The Kimberly girls’ volleyball team took the court Tuesday for the first time since a heartbreaking 3-2 sectional final loss to Appleton North on Nov. 2, 2019. 
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Offense stymied for first time as Makers bring home silver ball


Brian Roebke photo
OSHKOSH — The Kimberly boys had perhaps the best offense in the state all season. The Papermakers averaged more than 80 points per game, surpassed the century mark three times and scored more than 90 on six separate occasions.
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Kaukauna High School names February students of the month


Submitted photo/Thirteen students were named students of the month at Kaukauna High School for February. Top: Gabriella Alvarez, Dean Ellison, Nathan Eskew, and Joe Fieck. Middle: Claire Fischer, Rohan Flanagan, Ethan Hoelzel, Payton Kasel, and Madison Mielke. Bottom: Dylan Olson, Michael Posorski, Anna Roovers, and Will Scott.
Kaukauna High School has selected 13 students as students of the month for February of the 2020-21 school year. Students are selected by a staff member in each department in the school.
 
Art: Madison Mielke, Grade 9
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Mar

Q&A: Tess Keyzers, former Mustang turned Big 10 Champion


Gopher Athletics photo/Former Little Chute multi-sport standout Tess Keyzers won her first Big 10 title in the women’s weight throw this past weekend at the Women’s Indoor Conference Meet.
Little Chute’s Tess Keyzers, now a junior at the University of Minnesota, won her first Big 10 championship last weekend, finishing first in the weight throw with a final mark of 21.66 meters (71 ft., ¾ in.) at the 2021 Big Ten Women’s Indoor Track and Field Championships. She was also named first-team all-Big 10.
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Kimberly routs Falls to return to state for first time since 2007

The Kimberly Papermakers boys’ basketball team is returning to the state tournament for the first time since 2007 after routing Menomonee Falls 78-46 Saturday in a Division 1 sectional final in front of its home crowd.
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Feb

An Outdoorsman’s Journal: Sturgeon spearing, the big chill

This article, and all of Mark Walters stories, can be seen at outdoorsmansjournal.com
 
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Kaukauna can’t overcome slow start as season ends at Neenah


Brian Roebke photo/ The Ghosts’ Tyson Waldrop had 16 points in Kaukauna’s season-ending loss at Neenah and added 16 more in the Ghosts’ regional quarterfinal win over Appleton West.
NEENAH — For Kaukauna to continue its season Friday night at Neenah, the worst thing that could have happened to the Ghosts was to get behind early.
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Mustangs fall to Xavier one night after double OT win


Submitted photo/ Little Chute’s Drew Lamers and an influential group of seniors’ careers came to an end Saturday after a 60-38 loss in a Division 2 regional final at Xavier one night after earning a dramatic double-overtime win over Menasha at home.
APPLETON – With the jolt of energy the Little Chute Mustangs earned in their win over the Menasha Bluejays Friday, the chance to knock off No. 1 seed Xavier seemed like more of a possibility than just another game in their WIAA Division 2 regional championship Saturday.

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