The Wautoma/Wild Rose Soccer Team sealed its first South Central Conference Championship with a 2-1 victory over Adams-Friendship on Oct. 5 in front of their home fans at Parkside Middle School. This is the second year the SCC has recognized boys soccer within the conference and is the first title the team has acquired in school history.

After missing the South Central Conference Championship title by only a few points last season, the Wautoma/Wild Rose boys soccer team knew they were on the brink of securing the first-ever conference championship in their history on Oct. 5.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose Soccer Team sealed its first South Central Conference Championship with a 2-1 victory over Adams-Friendship on Oct. 5 in front of their home fans at Parkside Middle School. This is the second year the SCC has recognized boys soccer within the conference and is the first title the team has acquired in school history.

Redgranite Elementary recently kicked off a year-long theme of “Read Around the World”, with each month focusing on a new continent. For October, students were encouraged to read both fiction and nonfiction books about Africa.

Cindy Johnson, Plainfield, and Rita Robinson, Hancock, organized a fundraiser to help Destiny Point Women’s Restoration Center with furnishing bedrooms at their newly remodeled home in Blenker on Oct. 4.

Pictured are: Delos Lutton, John Lindberg, Marv Nielsen and Janet Liska.

Marv Nielsen & Friends will perform a fundraising concert of Oldies and Sing-a-longs from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, October 15, in the sanctuary of Hope Lutheran Church, 301 E. Mt Morris Avenue, Wautoma. The public is invited to attend.

Pictured are: Delos Lutton, John Lindberg, Marv Nielsen and Janet Liska.
The Wild Rose football team defeated the Marion-Tigerton Thundercats 54-0 to win the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small Conference Championship at home on Oct. 6. The Wildcats finished undefeated in conference play, and will conclude the regular season with a non-conference road game against Southeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschool Athletes at Whitnall High School this Friday, Oct. 13.

Wild Rose finished the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small football season with a 54-0 trouncing over the Marion-Tigerton Thundercats on Oct. 6, keeping their undefeated status and capturing the conference championship with only non-conference matchup remaining in the regular season.

The Wild Rose football team defeated the Marion-Tigerton Thundercats 54-0 to win the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small Conference Championship at home on Oct. 6. The Wildcats finished undefeated in conference play, and will conclude the regular season with a non-conference road game against Southeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschool Athletes at Whitnall High School this Friday, Oct. 13.

On Oct. 6, Dale Simonson presented Lu Rowley, a volunteer with the Waushara County Food Pantry, over 500 items Mt. Morris Holden Lutheran Church recently collected. The church exceeded their goal of collecting 500 items in celebration of the 500th Anniversary of the Reformation.

The Wautoma/Wild Rose Soccer Team sealed its first South Central Conference Championship with a 2-1 victory over Adams-Friendship on Oct. 5 in front of their home fans at Parkside Middle School. This is the second year the SCC has recognized boys soccer within the conference and is the first title the team has acquired in school history.
Pictured are: Delos Lutton, John Lindberg, Marv Nielsen and Janet Liska.
The Wild Rose football team defeated the Marion-Tigerton Thundercats 54-0 to win the Central Wisconsin Conference-Small Conference Championship at home on Oct. 6. The Wildcats finished undefeated in conference play, and will conclude the regular season with a non-conference road game against Southeast Wisconsin Christian Homeschool Athletes at Whitnall High School this Friday, Oct. 13.

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The Wautoma/Wild Rose Soccer Team sealed its first South Central Conference Championship with a 2-1 victory over Adams-Friendship on Oct. 5 in front of their home fans at Parkside Middle School. This is the second year the SCC has recognized boys soccer within the conference and is the first title the team has acquired in school history.

After missing the South Central Conference Championship title by only a few points last season, the Wautoma/Wild Rose boys soccer team knew they were on the brink of securing the first-ever confere