WAUSAU - Tom Tourtillott took over as Wausau East football coach in 2014 with a five-year plan to develop the program to a competitive level. He stepped down last week with the sense he could not accomplish that goal. "After four years I felt I was much closer to Year 1 than I was to Year 5," Tourtillott said Wednesday afternoon. "I believe that I failed to effectively motivate the majority of our kids in the East football program, and that's disappointing from a personal level.
WAUSAU - Enne Burton will get the opportunity to continue her track career at the collegiate level, a goal since her freshman year at Wausau East. The fact the Lumberjacks' hurdler will compete for what she calls her dream school makes it all that much better. Burton, who has qualified for the WIAA state track meet the past two years, signed a national letter of intent with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee on Monday during a short ceremony in the East foyer.
WESTON - Madalyn Peterson was D.C. Everest's lone representative when she qualified for the WIAA state girls swim meet in her freshman and sophomore seasons. Last year, Peterson was joined by three teammates for the Evergreens' state-qualifying 200 yard medley relay.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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