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Amery’s wrestling program opened its first season under new head coach Mike Kelly on Nov. 30 with a 51-30 victory over Prescott.

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Amery’s girls’ basketball team cruised to a 57-29 victory over Baldwin-Woodville on Dec. 1, doing all of its damage from close range. The Warriors made 19 of 42 2-point baskets and only attempted three 3-pointers.

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Jackson Henningsgard racked up two goals and two assists on Nov. 28, as the Amery boys' ice hockey team (1-2) traveled to Cumberland and shut out the Northwest Iceman, 5-0.

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Game two of the 2017-18 Amery boys' hockey season may appear to have been very similar to the season opener played one day earlier - when looking at the score line. But despite suffering another two-goal loss, 2-4, the Warriors were much improved when facing St. Paul Highland Park.

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The Amery girls' basketball team brought plenty of firepower with it to Glenwood City on Nov. 21 as it picked up a big 71-32 victory to improve to 2-0 on the young 2017-18 season.

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Amery's boys' hockey team opened its 2017-18 season on Friday, Nov. 24 by hosting Menomonie at the Amery Ice Arena and was caught off-guard by the Mustangs, who handed the Warriors a 3-5 loss.

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With 48-38 victory over Barron on Nov. 16, the Amery girls' basketball team opened its 2017-18 season on a high note.

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Eight members of the Amery Soccer team received All-Conference Honors from the Middle Border Conference. This is a record, according to Coach Flint Karis. Front row: (l to r) Ryan Van Blaricom, Galen Coy, and Luis Rapalo. Back row: Mason Helbig, Tommy Oman, Dylan Eiynck, Noah Rademaker, and …

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It was 15 years and 2 months in the making, but Kyuki-Do Martial Arts of Amery owner and chief instructor Tammy Jo Turcotte achieved something only 5 percent of her American Kyuki-Do Federation peers have accomplished to date. On Nov. 4, Mrs. Turcotte was awarded her fourth-degree black belt…