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Campbellsport area mourns associate principal killed in crash

6:53 PM, Mar. 6, 2013
Students enter Campbellsport High School Wednesday afternoon to attend the visition for Associate Principal Lance Beyer. The popular educator, who also served as the Cougar athletic director, died in a traffic crash Sunday in the Fond du Lac County town of Marshfield.
Students enter Campbellsport High School Wednesday afternoon to attend the visition for Associate Principal Lance Beyer. The popular educator, who also served as the Cougar athletic director, died in a traffic crash Sunday in the Fond du Lac County town of Marshfield.
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Before Ryan Costello even stepped off the wrestling mat on Feb. 23 after winning the Division 2 126-pound state championship, his mother's cell phone began to ring.

"It was Lance Beyer calling. He had been watching the match on his computer at home and was so excited," she recalled.

Costello and her family were among the mourners who filed into Campbellsport High School on Wednesday to pay tribute to the 31-year-old Beyer, who lost his life in a car crash on March 3. Beyer had been employed with the Campbellsport School District for eight years, first as a teacher and most recently as the ...

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