• The Merrill girls took a quick break from their Valley schedule to fit in a pair of non-league victories. The Jays swept Rhinelander on Thursday, then pulled out... 
  • The Bluejays may have battled injury and inexperience at times in 2014, but last week proved they aren’t going down without a fight.  
  • Sabey breaks out
    MHS alumnus Jess Sabey has stepped up her play to the point where she was selected as the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Volleyball Offensive Athlete of the Week as well as UW-Whitewater Walmart Offensive Player of the Week. 
  • Another three-set victory pushed the Hatchet volleyball team to 6-0 in the GNC as well as 19-2 overall. 
  • The Hatchet cross country teams split their attentions between two meets last week, and fared well in both Thursday’s Three Lakes Invite and Saturday’s Polar Bear Invite at Hortonville. 
  • The THS swimmers improved to a stellar 19-3 overall on the season with a 114-55 victory over Antigo on Thursday. 
  • The Tomahawk grid men ran into perennially tough Edgar on Friday, and the host Wildcats turned a 40-0 halftime lead into a 47-0 victory. 
  • Bluejays burn down Ashland
    The Bluejay football team celebrated an easy 62-0 victory over Ashland in Saturday’s Homecoming game, building a huge 48-0 lead with a full 9-1/2 minutes left in the first half. 
  • West the latest Valley team to edge Bluejay swingers
    The Bluejay girls tennis team dropped another 4-3 conference match last week in Tuesday’s road match at Wausau West, then ran into a tough Tiger team at home on Thursday and gave up just its second 7-0 loss of the year. 
  • The ‘War on 64’ turned out to be more of a massacre in 2014. 
  • Never count the Bluejays out.
    The MHS volleyball team rallied... 
  • The Merrill cross country teams put two on the podium in Saturday’s huge Bill Smiley Invite, hosted by Wausau East.  
  • The Bluejay soccer team dropped another Valley game in last Tuesday’s 5-0 loss to Wausau East, but responded to the disappointment with a 3-1 triumph over Mosinee at home on Friday. 
  • Adversity raised its ugly head for the Hatchet volleyball team last week, but the girl overcame it to improve to 5-0 in conference and 18-2 overall with a 3-0 Saturday in the GNC #1 Meet in Eagle River.  
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