Sports Roundup – Saturday 1/19/19

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS HOCKEY
Non-Conference

SUPERIOR   1
E-C-A   8

WIS VALLEY UNION   3
HAYWARD CO-OP   1

HUDSON   0
ST. PAUL UNITED   3


HIGH SCHOOL BOYS HOCKEY
Non-conference

SUN PRAIRIE   4
CHIPPEWA FALLS   2

NOTRE DAME   2
EC MEMORIAL   4

SUPERIOR   3
HUDSON   2

STEVENS POINT   8
LAKELAND   1


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS BASKETBALL
Non-Conference 

EC NORTH   44
NEW RICHMOND   45

HUDSON   53
SUPERIOR   42

HAYWARD   24
AQUINAS   74

PRESCOTT   60
G-E-T   69

MCDONELL CENTRAL   38
CLEAR LAKE   45


HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL
Non-Conference 

PRESCOTT   74
G-E-T   61

MCDONELL CENTRAL   44
CLEAR LAKE   45


WOMEN’S COLLEGE HOCKEY
WIAC

SUPERIOR   0
UW-EAU CLAIRE   5
Blugolds: 3-1 (13-4-2)


WOMEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
WIAC

UW-STOUT   81
UW-EAU CLAIRE   76
Blue Devils: 4-2 (14-3)
Blugolds: 4-2 (13-4)


MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL
WIAC

UW-STOUT   64
UW-EAU CLAIRE   87
Blue Devils: 0-6 (6-11)
Blugolds: 3-3 (10-7)

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