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NHS In the News: Basketball Player’s Head Injury Ends JV Game Early

NHS In the News: Basketball Player’s Head Injury Ends JV Game Early

February 9
Filed under News, Sports

A Neenah boys' junior varsity basketball player suffered a head injury during the Neenah and Hortonville basketball game. Freshman Jack VanDyke hit his head on the court, falling after a dunk. An ambulance took him to ThedaCare Regional Medical Center-Neenah where he was treated and released. More...

Host to Special Olympics Basketball

Host to Special Olympics Basketball

Frank Slavinsky, Staff Writer and photographer
January 10
Filed under Sports

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Column: Trying Something New is a Pin

Column:  Trying Something New is a Pin

Frank Slavinsky, Columnist and Sports Photographer
January 8
Filed under Sports

I always like to try something new, to try something exciting. So, when I heard that the Neenah and Hortonville wrestling teams would be competing in Pickard Auditorium --a convent of song and dance-- it was an opportunity I could not pass up. After presenting my press pass, conferring with Activities...

NHS In the News: FVA Spotlight Student Abby Rudolph

NHS In the News: FVA Spotlight Student Abby Rudolph

January 5
Filed under Sports

Abby Rudolph, senior, held FVA's Spotlight Student of the week for Jan. 3. She plays basketball and soccer along with being a part of the Neenah Rockettes Dance Team. Learn more about her in her FVA Spotlight Student.

NHS In the News: FVA Student-Athlete Spotlight Alec Elkin

NHS In the News: FVA Student-Athlete Spotlight Alec Elkin

January 5
Filed under Sports

Alec Elkin, junior, is the FVA Student-Athlete Spotlight of the week. A multiple-sport athlete with football, hockey, and track and field, Elkin participates in every sport season. Learn more about Elkin in his FVA Spotlight profile....

Sports Column: Dwindling Numbers in Multi-Sport Athletes

Sports Column:  Dwindling Numbers in Multi-Sport Athletes

Hope De Shaney, Sports Columnist
December 29
Filed under Sports

A decent fraction of life in high school for many students is taken up by sports. As a senior in high school who used to be a three-sport athlete, I predict that finishing high school as a three-sport athlete in a large division one school is simply unattainable. According to Gladwell.com, it takes 10,00...

NHS Alumni In The News: Christian Bettin Helps UW-Oshkosh’s Football Team Advance

NHS Alumni In The News: Christian Bettin Helps UW-Oshkosh’s Football Team Advance

December 13
Filed under Sports

Christian Bettin, former NHS football player, returned his first career interception for the UW-Oshkosh Titans' football team helping the team win the game. For the first time in Titan history, the football team will be headed to the Stagg Bowl with a 10-3 record. Read more about the story: http://www.d3football.com/playoffs/2016/uw-oshkosh-five-plays-to-salem

NHS In The News: Av Osero Shares State Diving Title With Disabled Brother

NHS In The News: Av Osero Shares State Diving Title With Disabled Brother

November 28
Filed under Sports

Av Osero, freshman, recently won Division I, WIAA state diving title with over 508 points total. She shares her joy and title with her disabled brother in her love. Check out the complete story at NBC26.

Reflection of Fall Sports: High Level of State Participation and Titles

Reflection of Fall Sports:  High Level of State Participation and Titles

Joe Delaney, Student of Journalism
November 27
Filed under Sports

Fall sport teams from Neenah dominated conference play to often advance to state competition. Here is a reflection of team outcomes, hightlights and hardships.    Boys’ cross country had a great year, making it all the way to state. The team came into the season looking for a conference titl...

NHS In The News: Av Osero Performance of the Week

NHS In The News: Av Osero Performance of the Week

November 17
Filed under News, Sports

Av Osero, freshman, won the Division 1 diving title with a score of 508.65 at the WIAA girls' state swimming and diving meet Nov. 12 at the UW Natatorium in Madison. Osero has been nominated for the Performance of the Week by USA Today of Wisconsin. Visit usatwi.sc/topperformance daily until Nov. 16 to vote for Osero as the ...

Neenah Girls’ Lacrosse Team Receives an Official Playing Field

Neenah Girls’ Lacrosse Team Receives an Official Playing Field

Annie Stubing, Student of Journalism
November 14
Filed under Showcase, Sports

A home-field advantage is in store for the Neenah girls' lacrosse players as their stomping grounds move from Horace Mann to the Rocket Stadium this spring. Activities Director Nate Werner said that after holding discussions with Superintendent Dr. Mary Pfeiffer and Principal Brian Wunderlich, it was ...

Coach Moriarty: 600 Wins -2

Ava Dieck and Ike Miller
October 23
Filed under Sports

Coaching girls' volleyball for 30 years is hard enough as it is, let alone amassing 600 wins in the process. Neenah girls’ volleyball head coach Bruce Moriarty is just two wins away from achieving this incredible feat. Starting his coaching career at Little Chute High School, where he moved...

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