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Athlete of the Week: Matt Hass, Wausau West Video included

Like many high school freshmen boys, Matt Hass loves sports. So it wasn't a surprise when he wanted to become an athlete at Wausau West. However, there's one thing that sets Hass apart from other athletes his age. More>>

Athlete of the Week: Jake Dinkel

Athlete of the Week: Jake Dinkel Video included

Jake Dinkel is a standout 3 sport athlete at Marathon High School. The senior credits his athleticism and coordination for his success in a Red Raiders jersey, it's what you can't see that really sets our Athlete of the Week apart from other prep sports stars. More>>

Athlete of the Week: Eric Zelhofer

Win or lose in the State Championship game, Eric Zelhofer already knows what's next after high school, "I'm going to US Lacrosse."    Zelhofer knows being a student comes before the 3 sports he juggles, More>>

Athlete of the Week: Pacelli's Sami Kay Shafranski

Coming off a Division 3 title last June, Pacelli is headed to Madison yet again. More>>

Athlete of the Week: D.C. Everest's Zach Thut

The Evergreens are getting set for their regional final against Wausau West on Thursday. And D.C. Everest can give some credit to Zach Thut for getting them this far. More>>

Athlete of the Week: Kieron Howlett

Keiron howlett remembers breaking his school's long jump record in eighth grade, but he didn't stop there.  The Marshfield junior most recently shattered a 38 year old conference record in the long jump More>>

Athlete of the Week: Lindsay Krueger

Merrill's Lindsay Krueger recently had a streak of five home runs in five games, which might be why her head coach calls her a phenomenal ball player. Family is why our Athlete of the Week became interested More>>

Athletes of the Week: Marshall and Sheldon Oja

Hockey and lacrosse are fast paced sports. They involve hitting, stick handling, and shooting goals.  It's no wonder why brothers Marshall and Sheldon Oja play both. Our Athletes of the Week began their More>>

UPDATE: Vehicle rollover in Portage County injures at least one person

Portage County officials say one car rolled over on Highway 34 near the Town of Rudolph this afternoon. More>>

Athletes of the Week: Curtis Engelbrecht and Nicholas Lilienthal

Curtis Engelbrecht and Nicholas Lilienthal have been friends since baseball season of their freshman year.But they weren't always teammates. "It's a lot different. You see each other on the soccer field, More>>

Athlete of the Week: Mary Sigler

Assumption girls soccer scored eight goals in its season opener last weekend, and Mary Sigler made six of them. The junior forward has her sights on one more goal. Winning a state title.The Royals have More>>

Athlete of the Week: SPASH's Angela Lange

A no-hitter is a milestone that every pitcher looks to accomplish. But SPASH's Angela Lange reached that goal without even thinking about it. More>>

Dozens of volunteers help serve Wausau Easter dinner

Hundreds of meals made an impact this Easter. More>>

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