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Our Varsity Boys' Baseball team have qualified for the 2014 State championship.
It will be thier first trip to state since 2001.
If you want to come out to support the team, the State game will take place in Mequon on Kapco Park around 2:30 on Friday. The Lancers are taking on Plymouth. The winner of the first game will proceed to the finals.
"The minute you start talking about what you're going to do if you lose... you have lost."
- George Shultz
Stop by the athletic office if you are interested in purchasing a lancer half zip. They will be sold for $25. Gear up and stay warm with this awesome new pullover!
Sport: Cross Country
Why do you like running?
Running track and cross country is so much more than "running around in circles" or "running forever" to be completely honest the act of running is painful, most days I dread it, and can't wait for it to be over but coming to cross country and track practice is always the highlight of my day because I am surrounded be such passionate, dedicated level headed, caring girls who are always there to cheer each other on in fail and success.
What was your most memorable experience from cross country and/or track?
Seeing my teammate of 7 years with pure happiness and the look of complete determination and 100% satisfaction right after she just finished in first place at the 2014 WIAA cross country state meet. Never have I ever felt the feeling I got that day, I truly bawled tears of joy cause I was able to say I witnessed history of a girl that I've been seeing bust her butt in practice and everyday of the off season for 3 years to finally get to where she was that cold, rainy day in November. It was something I will never forget and by far beats any of my own success.