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Rivers on living out his pro-football dreams: “Younger me would be so proud”

By Mallory Allen Contributing Writer ASHWAUBENON – As the famous quote goes, “Find something you love to do and then do it for the rest of your life.” Ravarius “Vie” Rivers was a young child when he found his ‘something’ — football. Now 25 years old, the little boy from Georgia who hoped to one …

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Basketball

Recruiting process heating up for De Pere’s Kinziger

By Rich Palzewic Contributing Writer DE PERE – With Zach Kinziger helping his De Pere boys’ basketball team win a WIAA Division I state championship in March, it only makes sense the junior’s recruiting process is nearing the boiling point. Following in his older brother Johnny’s Division I journey, the younger Kinziger has also been …

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Basketball

De Pere’s Will Hornseth to continue basketball at the University of Northern Iowa

By Tori Wittenbrock Sports Reporter DE PERE – De Pere High School’s Will Hornseth just wrapped up his junior year of high school basketball in the 2023 season, also landing a commitment to play at the Division I level for the University of Northern Iowa (UNI). “I have always loved sports, for as long as …

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Soccer game

Glory faces an unfortunate loss in last home game

By Tori Wittenbrock Sports Reporter ASHWAUBENON – On Saturday, July 1, Glory battled hard in their final home game of the season against Bavarian United, ultimately facing an unfortunate 3-1 loss. The Bavarians opened the game strong, keeping possession for the first five minutes of the match, ending in a turnover after a hard shot …

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Green Bay Blizzard

Blizzard’s Trent Clark has paved his own path to live out his dreams

By Mara Allen Contributing Writer ASHWAUBENON – If there’s a saying that best describes the mindset of Green Bay Blizzard center Trent Clark, it would be the quote in his Facebook bio: “Anything is possible with the right motivation.” With great amounts of hard work, dedication and determination, Clark has faced every challenge in his …

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Bjorge

Almost one year removed from knee injury, Bjorge returns to game action

By Rich Palzewic Contributing Writer DE PERE – It took almost a full year, but Claire Bjorge is back doing what she loves — playing basketball. After tearing the ACL in her right knee on July 21 of last year, the De Pere High School girls’ basketball senior recently took part in her first game …

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Hockey game

Anna Byczek wraps up hockey career with phenomenal season performance

By Tori Wittenbrock Sports Reporter GREEN BAY — Anna Byczek is approaching the end of her hockey-playing days, but not before finishing up her season as a goalie with the Ice Bears with a stellar performance. Byczek has worked long and hard — for the vast majority of her life — to perfect her skills …

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