The Solon Springs girls finished in second place with 41 points. Hurley won the girls title with 25 points.
The name of the man shot was not released because no charges have been filed against him, according to the Department of Justice news release.
Superior defeated Cloquet 3-1.
Eligible voters in the city of Superior can cast their ballots now through Nov. 2., leading up to the Nov. 6 General Election. Maybe you know you'll be out of town Nov. 6. Maybe your work schedule makes it difficult to vote on Election Day. Or maybe you're just excited about the opportunity to vote or hoping to escape lines at the polls. Whatever the reason — you don't need an excuse — eligible voters in Superior can cast their ballot now through the Nov. 2 in the City Clerk's Office or by casting an absentee ballot by Nov. 6.
No new information is expected to be release in connection with a shooting that involved Superior police officers Friday, Oct. 5, until the investigation is complete. "We aren't releasing any information while the investigation is being done," Assistant Police Chief Matt Markon said in response to a request for the identity of officers and the individual shot. Markon said he is deferring all requests for information to the Wisconsin Department of Justice, which is investigating the incident that took place in the Central Park neighborhood.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation will host an informational workshop Friday, Oct. 19, in Superior on supply chain readiness.
Wisconsin's wolf monitoring program relies upon volunteers from around the state to help track animals each winter. Individuals who are interested in playing a key role in wildlife management are encouraged to sign up for one of several classes offered statewide. Department of Natural Resources biologists and volunteers have partnered to provide informative classes focused on aspects of wolf ecology, population biology and field study techniques. Tracking is a way to experience the outdoors and contribute to natural resource management.
A Night Without a Home, a sleepout to benefit Douglas County's homeless providers, takes place from noon Saturday, Oct. 13, to noon Sunday, Oct. 14, in the city park on the corner of Belknap Street and Tower Avenue next to Superior Public Library. Donations of socks and sleeping bags will be collected on-site. Financial donations are also being sought. Checks should be written to Faith United Methodist Church, c/o A Night Without a Home.
UWS plays at St. Catherine on Friday, Oct. 12, and at Martin Luther on Saturday, Oct. 13.
Mentor Superior hosts Fall Fest from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 13, at Barker's Island. The free family event includes a variety of kids games, a bouncy house, hay wagon rides, face painting and crafts. There will be a demonstration at 3 p.m. from the Superior Police Department. Free lunch is served while supplies last. A DJ from Sounds Unlimited will be at the event. Local sponsors of the event will be there with large equipment for kids and adults to explore.