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Kearns and Strohrich lead Oconomowoc to Division One volleyball championship.

Cordelia Kearns put her team on her back this past weekend as Oconomowoc swept their way to the Division 1 WIAA girl’s volleyball championship at the Resch Center in Green Bay this weekend. Kearns had big performances in both kills and digs in the team’s three wins on route to the championship.  In the Raccoons’ […]

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Marquette University High squeaks by in state championship volleyball tilt.

Tyler Chang and Nick Hartshorn helped lead the way for Marquette University High School as they notched the boy’s volleyball state championship in Green Bay this weekend. Hartshorn had multiple double digit performances in kills, while Chang led the way in digs in the team’s three wins over the weekend. “We battled through adversity throughout […]

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