Highlights and scores from around the area on Friday, including games in high school boys and girls basketball, boys hockey, men's and women's college hockey, and gymnastics.
UW-Eau Claire volleyball is 18-2 overall this season, and currently ranked 15th in the latest division three polls. The Blugolds went on a 12-match winning streak that finally ended last week, and are tied with UW-Whitewater at top of the WIAC standings 3-0.
UW-Eau Claire and UW-Stevens Point women soccer finished in a 1-1 draw Wednesday afternoon, both moving to 1-0-1 in WIAC play.
UW-Eau Claire football is coming off of a tough loss to UW-Stout Saturday in Menomonie 26-20, but even with the defeate it was a big step for the program in the right direction.
UW-Stout holds off UW-Eau Claire 26-20 Saturday night in Menomonie, to win their fourth straight “War on 94” rivalry game. Also, highlights and results from other football, volleyball, and women’s soccer and golf across the WIAC Saturday.
Week 7 of the high school football season, including highlights from EC North vs. EC Memorial, River Falls vs. Chippewa Falls, Superior vs. Menomonie, Hudson vs. Rice Lake, Osseo-Fairchild vs. Altoona, Neillsville/Granton vs. Stanley-Boyd, Glenwood City vs. Fall Creek, Mondovi vs. Boyceville, Chetek-Weyerhaeuser vs. Bloomer, Cadott vs. Spencer/Columbus. We also have scores and highlights from other sports around the area.
UW-Stout has beaten UW-Eau Claire three straight times in the “War on 94,” but the Blue Devils know that the Blugolds are improved heading into Saturday.
UW-Eau Claire volleyball improves to 2-0 in WIAC play, with a 3-0 win over UW-Platteville at home Wednesday night. Also, scores from other WIAC volleyball, women’s soccer, and women’s tennis action from Wednesday.
The non-conference part of the season is over for Blugold football, as they enter WIAC play Saturday night against UW-Stout with a 2-1 record.
Two players from UW-Stout football earned the WIAC athletes of the week, as junior running back Rayshawn Graham, and sophomore linebacker Haydon Miller were named the offensive and defensive players.
UW-Eau Claire football dropped their first game of the season Saturday, falling to #3 St. Thomas (MN) 49-0. UW-Stout improved to 2-1, they topped California Lutheran 49-24.