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Little Brother competition update #1

Ok booknerds where are we at? Well, it was exciting times over the weekend with one entry to the Little Brother competition. Remember, the closing date will be two weeks from the first valid entry, so an entry so early (and before I have had a chance to speak to all the children eligible) would have been an unexpected game changer. 361 more words

Cory Doctorow

Bay Port's Ingold named state player of the year

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At 6 feet, 2 inches and 220 pounds, Bay Port quarterback Alec Ingold has size worthy of a pass-rushing outside linebacker. 1,202 more words

Football

Dier's late 3 keys Algoma win over Preble

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ALGOMA – Anna Dier stepped outside her comfort zone Thursday.

The 6-foot junior’s decision to do so was a key reason the Algoma girls basketball team was able to hold off Green Bay Preble for a 51-42 nonconference victory. 668 more words

Basketball

Pulaski stays unbeaten, Bay Port rolls in coach's homecoming

brightcove error: missing required parameter exp or exp3Pulaski beat Green Bay Notre Dame and Bay Port tops Ashwaubenon in Fox River Classic Conference girls basketball games on Dec. 9, 2014.

Basketball

Bay Port girls roll over Ashwaubenon

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ASHWAUBENON – The Bay Port girls basketball team gave its new coach a happy homecoming.

The Pirates rolled to 63-39 victory at Ashwaubenon Tuesday in a Fox River Classic Conference game. 881 more words

Basketball

Preble senior Daniel LaLuzerne tough to top

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Daniel LaLuzerne proposed the Green Bay Preble boys cross-country team should do something different before this year’s WIAA state meet. 848 more words

Sports

Ashwaubenon edges West De Pere in thriller

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DE PERE – The calendar shows it’s December.

But the Ashwaubenon and West De Pere boys basketball teams played with a pace Friday that is usually reserved for March. 843 more words

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