NEENAH – In a sport where smooth entry into the water is rewarded, Av Osero has made a huge splash. The Neenah High School sophomore won the WIAA Division 1 state diving championship this fall for the second year in a row, extending her school’s dominance in the event. Osero’s back-to-back titles gives Neenah five of the last six Division 1 state championships in the event. Greysen Hertting won in 2012, and Hazel Hertting won in 2013 and 2014 before Tatum Thompkins of Racine Case won in 2015.
KAUKAUNA – On a list of what it takes to be a good distance runner, Anna Fauske checks off every box. Kaukauna coach Kelly Kinas has known it for a while, and Fauske proved it during a fantastic freshman season for the Ghosts. Fauske’s debut in high school cross country included no less than five first-place finishes at invitationals, the Fox Valley Association individual championship and a victory at the Ashwaubenon sectional.
NEENAH – Being an athlete in one of the best high school conferences in the state is something Matt Meinke doesn’t take for granted. The Neenah High School junior embraces the tradition and competition of the Fox Valley Association, and this fall he rose above it to be named the conference’s runner of the year.
@sncsid@dknapinski@sports_pc My sophomore year of high school was 1983. Waukesha North played Green Bay East at Lambeau in the state semifinal. I believe Bud Keyes was the starting quarterback for Green Bay East.
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Selecting a term
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