Highlights and results from the Blue Devil and Chippewa Falls McDonell Indoor Invites from Tuesday. Also, all-state teams were released for high school boys hockey, and a preview of the
The WBCA announced the all-state teams for high school boys basketball on Monday, and four area athletes made the list.
Local scores, results, plus highlights from high school football (West De Pere vs. Rice Lake, Little Chute vs. St. Croix Central, Spencer/Columbus vs. Stratford, and Grantsburg vs. Iola-Scandinavia), college volleyball (St. Thomas vs. UW-Eau Claire), and men’s college hockey (St. Thomas vs. UW-Eau Claire).
The Eau Claire Memorial girl’s diving team is sending a trio of divers to the state tournament this weekend in Madison, and they are excited to make a splash.
For the second straight season, Rice Lake football has advanced to Level 4 of the playoffs. But for the Warriors to have a chance to defend their title, they’ll have to knock out undefeated West De Pere.
UW-Eau Claire volleyball takes down UW-Whitwater 3-1 at home, to capture the WIAC conference tournament championship and also a NCAA tournament automatic bid.
News 18’s Stephen Kelley and Collin Talbert recap level three of the WIAA high school football playoffs, and look ahead to level four action.
Local scores, results, plus highlights from high school football: Grantsburg vs. EC Regis, Sparta vs. Rice Lake, Northwestern vs. St. Croix Central, Westby vs. Spencer/Columbus, Loyal vs. Edgar; state volleyball: Oconomowoc vs. River Falls, River Ridge vs. Clayton, Lake Country Lutheran vs. Grantsburg; women’s hockey: Bethel vs. UW-Eau Claire, and NAHL hockey: Janesville vs. Chippewa.
UW-Eau Claire volleyball topped UW-Stevens Point 3-1 to advance to the championship match Saturday, and Blugold’s Women’s Soccer defeated the Pointers in a shoot-out 5-4 to also advance to the championship.
Regis and Rice Lake football are back in Level 3, and are faced with tough match-ups ahead on Friday night.
Highlights and scores from High School Volleyball and Boys Soccer Sectional Championships, along with results from the Boys and Girls Cross Country State Meet.
News 18’s Stephen Kelley and Collin Talbert recap level two of the WIAA high school football playoffs, and look forward to level three action.