Category Archives: Thorp

Wisconsin Woodchucks promote Kayla Zenner to Assistant General Manager

For CWS May 14, 2019 Wausau— The Wisconsin Woodchucks are pleased to announce the promotion of Kayla Zenner to the position of Assistant General Manager. Kayla is entering her third season with the Woodchucks, after serving two years as the Marketing & Service Coordinator. In her new role, Kayla will continue to be responsible for… Read More »

Thorp softball throttles Regis

CWS Sports Desk May 8, 2019 Thorp— Thorp plated 11 runs in the second inning and throttled Regis in three innings of play, picking up a 15-0 shutout in Cloverbelt West softball action. 1 2 3 R H E Regis 0 0 0 0 2 3 Thorp 0 11 4 15 9 0

Woodchucks add two Buccaneers

For CWS April 27, 2019 Wausau— The Wisconsin Woodchucks have announced the addition of Robert Weigielnik and Nate Madej from Florida Southwestern State College. Robert Weigielnik, a 5’10”, 180lb freshman is from Fort Myers, Florida and will be joining the Woodchucks pitching rotation this summer. Weigielnik has 13 appearances for the Buccaneers with 3-0 record… Read More »

2019 Thorp Softball Schedule

Softball Varsity Schedule Type Date Time Home/Host Opponent Location Game 03-21-19 4:30PM Weyauwega-Fremont Away vs. Weyauwega-Fremont Weyauwega-Fremont High School Game 03-22-19 4:30PM Thorp Cameron Thorp High School Herzog Softball Field Game 03-26-19 4:30PM Thorp Flambeau Thorp High School Herzog Softball Field Game 03-29-19 4:30PM Arcadia Away vs. Arcadia Arcadia High School Game 04-02-19 4:45PM Athens… Read More »

2018-19 All-CWS Girls Basketball Second Team

By David Keech April 15, 2019 Green Bay— With the 2018-19 All-CWS Girls Basketball First Team already announced, we add to an impressive group of girls basketball standouts with our second team for the 18-19 season. 2018-19 All-CWS Girls Basketball First Team 2018-19 All CWS Girls Basketball Second Team Second Team Breanna Ackley Stratford Marawood… Read More »

From the Braintrust: Bunting is neanderthal, bad baseball

From the Braintrust By David Keech April 14, 2019 St. Louis, MO— For way too long, baseball managers have done what they think is right. Using strategy that they felt made sense, managers have chosen to use the bunt to do what everyone wants, improve their chances to win. The facts show, however, that bunting… Read More »

2018-19 All CWS Girls Basketball: 1st Team

By David Keech April 13, 2019 Abbotsford— The outstanding play of area girls basketball teams in the 18-19 season has led to some impressive talent on the 2018-19 All-CWS Girls Basketball Team. Check out the first team, with the second team to be announced Monday. 2018-19 All-CWS Girls Basketball: First Team Player School Conference Honors… Read More »

Registration open for Three Zebras High School Basketball 3-Person officials’ camp

For CWS April 10, 2019 Wisconsin Dells – Registrations is open for a  camp for three-person basketball officials that will be held in the Wisconsin Dells. Saturday May 4th & Sunday May 5th 2019 Just a Game Fieldhouse – Wisconsin Dells, WI Brian Kenney (Cell) 608-448-9034 Email – [email protected] Webpage – https://www.threezebrascamp.com/

Soliveres and Haupt added to Chucks Roster

For CWS April 7, 2019 Wausau— The Wisconsin Woodchucks have announced the signing of Nolan Soliveres from Webber International University and Zack Haupt from the University of Wisconsin – Stevens Point to the roster. Nolan Soliveres, 6’0” and 180 lbs, is a Junior from Webber International University. He grew up in Paris, France and attended… Read More »

WIAA and WFCA realignment plans result in Marawood/Cloverwood makeover for 2020

By David Keech March 28, 2019 Madison— The proposed changes announced by the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association and the WIAA for 2020 mean big changes are in store for the Cloverwood and Marawood. The new conference, with a yet to be named Conference label, has three teams from the Marawood: Auburndale, Marathon,  and Edgar; four… Read More »

CWS Men’s NCAA Basketball Bracket Challenge a tight race heading to the Final Four

By David Keech April 1, 2019 Minneapolis-– The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has reached the Final Four, and area ‘experts’ trying their hand at predicting the winners have been battling it out for supremacy in 2019. With just three games left to play, the 96 entries are bunched tight at the top. With only #1… Read More »