IN OUR SIGHTS - The 2019 Colby Hornets trap team takes time out from the state tournament in Rome, Wis. last week to snap a team photo. Those present at the tournament were, left to right, front row, Tom Neumann and Dan Hederer. Second row, left to right, Jim Brodhagen, Guillermo Mateo Lopez, Kylie Smazal, Alana Brill, Braxton Smith, Grady Steinman and Jon Burnett. Back row, left to right, is Gavino Lopez, Mason Voss, Breckyn Lieders, Connor Jeske, Chase Oehmichen and Andrew Jeske.
The Colby Hornets trap shooting team capped off its second season with a trip to the Wisconsin State High School Clay Target League state tournament in Rome, Wis. on Saturday, June 8. The Hornets competed against 1,400 shooters, and nearly 80 schools, placing 65th with a final score of 412 out of a possible 500 broken targets.
As the day dawned over Veterans Memorial Stadium in La Crosse on Friday, athletes from nearly 150 schools from across the state of Wisconsin descended upon the WIAA D-3 state meet.
A FAMILY TRADITION  - Bender Farms will host 31st annual Abbotford FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 2 on Reynolds Avenue near Dorchester. The Benders are, left to right, Sue, Dean, Braison, Taylor, Bayden, Brentin and Devin.
June is Dairy Month in the state of Wisconsin, and for the past 31 years, the Abbotsford FFA, in conjunction with local families, has hosted a dairy breakfast to commemorate the month and what it represents.
Melanzie Kunze races ahead of the pack in the 100-meter hurdles. Kunze qualified for state in both hurdle events/
Great competition can bring out great results, and the WIAA D-3 sectional meet in Cameron on Thursday certainly provided a fantastic venue for the Falcons track and field team to shine.
Freshman Jordan Bunkelman is making an immediate impact on the Edgar varsity baseball team this season. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Jeannie Deml reacts after being told she is the recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award. Deml is the president/CEO of Enerquip. She was selected for the recognition based on her years of business and community leadership. The selection committee received more than a dozen letters of support for her nomination.
Community service and leadership are at the heart of the Medford Area Chamber of Commerce’s annual recognition awards and this year’s recipients demonstrate those attributes in their actions every day.
A celebration of Tucker Westfall’s life took place on Friday as his family, friends and Athens varsity baseball teammates gathered to dedicate the renovated baseball field in honor of him. To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
FINISHING FIRST - Franny Gamillo took first place in the long jump at both the Oriole Invite and Doc Schultz Invite.
The Falcons posted several season bests, and the boys team had their best meet of the season on Friday, capturing the team title with a top score of 174.5 to second place Stanley-Boyd’s 166.
If anyone wants to see how quiet and attentive school-aged children can be, they need to visit the Eau Pleine Outdoors Club (EPOC) indoor archery shooting range in Stratford. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
In order to protect the new trail surface, horses will not be allowed on the Pine Line Rail Trail during the spring thaw. Horses will be allowed between May 15 and November 15.
Horseback riding on the Pine Line Rail Trail will not be allowed before May 15 and after November 15 each year. Members of the Pine Line Rail Trail Commission put the restriction into effect at Tuesday night’s meeting after numerous complaints about horses damaging the trail surface when it is soft.
The hits came fast and hard, and the arms were live like electric currents as the Athens Bluejays won both games in their double header with the Abbotsford-Colby co-op on Thursday. To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
THE PLAN - The graphic above, developed by MSA Professional Services, shows the proposed layout of a new rail crossing off STH 13, just north of McDonald’s. The state agency in charge of railroads is currently considering the city’s request for establishing a new crossing.
Abbotsford expects to find out in the next couple weeks whether or not it will be allowed to install a railroad crossing off Highway 13 as part of a plan to establish a new south-side industrial park.
IN OUR SIGHTS - The 2019 Colby Hornets trap team takes time out from the state tournament in Rome, Wis. last week to snap a team photo. Those present at the tournament were, left to right, front row, Tom Neumann and Dan Hederer. Second row, left to right, Jim Brodhagen, Guillermo Mateo Lopez, Kylie Smazal, Alana Brill, Braxton Smith, Grady Steinman and Jon Burnett. Back row, left to right, is Gavino Lopez, Mason Voss, Breckyn Lieders, Connor Jeske, Chase Oehmichen and Andrew Jeske.
A FAMILY TRADITION  - Bender Farms will host 31st annual Abbotford FFA Alumni Dairy Breakfast on Sunday, June 2 on Reynolds Avenue near Dorchester. The Benders are, left to right, Sue, Dean, Braison, Taylor, Bayden, Brentin and Devin.
Melanzie Kunze races ahead of the pack in the 100-meter hurdles. Kunze qualified for state in both hurdle events/
Jeannie Deml reacts after being told she is the recipient of the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award. Deml is the president/CEO of Enerquip. She was selected for the recognition based on her years of business and community leadership. The selection committee received more than a dozen letters of support for her nomination.
FINISHING FIRST - Franny Gamillo took first place in the long jump at both the Oriole Invite and Doc Schultz Invite.
In order to protect the new trail surface, horses will not be allowed on the Pine Line Rail Trail during the spring thaw. Horses will be allowed between May 15 and November 15.
THE PLAN - The graphic above, developed by MSA Professional Services, shows the proposed layout of a new rail crossing off STH 13, just north of McDonald’s. The state agency in charge of railroads is currently considering the city’s request for establishing a new crossing.

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Addy Warner smacks a solid single up the middle to score Gilman’s first two runs in the bottom of Thursday’s second inning. The two-run single gave the Pirates a short-lived 2-1 lead. Photo by Matt Frey/The Star News
From a pitching and hitting standpoint, there was very little separation in Thursday’s WIAA Division 5 state softball semifinal between top-seeded Blair-Taylor and fourth-seeded Gilman.

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