An Athens youth baseball team is chanting “Tuck” when it breaks out from its huddle after practices and games, so it can gain inspiration from Athens High School varsity baseball player Tucker Westfall, who recently died in a UTV accident.To see the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.
Work will get started soon on Abbotsford’s new housing development after the city council approved a revised developer’s agreement last week that guarantees tax revenue for the city once new apartments go up north of Pine Street.
The Colby Hornets sent two athletes to the WIAA state meet in La Crosse over the weekend, and the atmosphere and event could not have been better.
“The weekend was great,” head coach Chrisie Wright said. “We had such a fun time, along with great performances.”
Seven Falcons tested their mettle against the top D-3 athletes from across the state during the WIAA State Track and Field Championships in UW-La Crosse’s Veterans Memorial Stadium.
“It is hard not to enjoy being in La Crosse,” head coach Jake Knapmiller said. “The facilities at La Crosse, and the setting, are second to none.”
The Colby Hornets baseball campaign came to a close last week Thursday when the Hornets fell on the road 0-10 in the first round of WIAA regional action to the Stratford Tigers.
For Colby, their opening playoff game was just their 11th game of the season, and just as the rust was shaking off, their season came to an end.
For the first time in many years, the city of Abbotsford will be the one kicking off the summer festival season.
After three years of hosting the Abby Fall Festival in September, downtown Abbotsford will now be putting on an event simply called “Abby Festival” this weekend, June 1, 2 and 3.
A total of 73 Colby High School seniors will received diplomas this Friday, May 25, at an 8 p.m. commencement ceremony in the Colby High School gymnasium.
The valedictorian is Emily Gurtner, daughter of Alan and Connie Gurtner. The salutatorian is Carley Elmhorst, daughter of Eric and Jena Elmhorst.
Cold, wet and blustery conditions that were more suited to a late fall football game weren’t enough to stop the Abbotsford Falcons from burning rubber as they raced through the competition during Monday night’s WIAA home regional.
The Marathon and Stratford varsity softball teams’ success this season is mostly due to them having their experienced No. 1 pitchers return this season. To read the full story, please call 715-223-2342 to subscribe to The Record-Review newspaper.