Two teams remain in the hunt for a division six state championship. As undefeated Eau Claire Regis will take on the two-time defending state champs, Saint Mary's Springs Thursday afternoon.
Two teams remain in the hunt for a division six state championship. As undefeated Eau Claire Regis will take on the two-time defending state champs, Saint Mary’s Springs Thursday afternoon.
UW-Stout dominated at home on Tuesday night against Luther by 15 points, picking up their third win of the season.
The Luck football team capped off an undefeated season by getting a 42-27 win over Newman Catholic in the State Championship game.
Menasha took the lead with under a minute to go in the game, and ended Menomonie’s season in level four 36-35.
Boyceville picked up a big Dunn-St. Croix win Tuesday night, taking down Mondovi on the road 3-1. While in boys soccer, Eau Claire Memorial scored a huge 3-0 shut-out over Rice Lake.
Eau Claire Regis continued their dominant season on Saturday afternoon, with a 53-8 win over Altoona at Carson Park.
New 18’s Collin Talbert, Rebecca Fiala, Geoff Daley and Adam Pearson breakdown all the action from around the area in week 5 of the high school football season.
Mondovi shuts-out Osseo-Fairchild at home to move to 5-0 on the season, while Augusta held off Melrose-Mindoro 8-6 to win a big Dairyland game.
Menomonie took down Eau Claire North on the road to stay unbeaten, while Memorial bounced back at Chippewa Falls.
Hudson defeated Eau Claire North on the road in four sets, while Rice Lake took down Chippewa Falls 3-1.
Fall Creek swept Altoona Thursday night at home 3-0, to stay unbeaten in conference play.
Eau Claire North held off Eau Claire Regis at home Tuesday night 3-1, while Eau Claire Memorial fell to Stevens Point in four sets.
Mondovi’s defense got their fourth straight shut-out to start the season over Colfax, while Bloomer moved to 4-0 over Hayward.
Spring Valley dominated Colby at home Friday night 39-0, to move to 4-0 on the season.