Eau Claire North's Sam Stange is the Division One Player of the Year, while Fall Creek's Marcus Cline earned the Division Three honors. Both players were also First-State All-Teams selections.
Eau Claire North’s Sam Stange is the Division One Player of the Year, while Fall Creek’s Marcus Cline earned the Division Three honors. Both players were also First-State All-Teams selections.
The Webster baseball team routed Mineral Point 11-1 in the division four championship game on Thursday. It’s the second consecutive year the Tigers have taken it all at state.
The Eau Claire North baseball team have taken down Hamilton and Fond Du Lac, and will now face Sun Prairie on Thursday for the Division One Title.
The Webster baseball team held on for a 4-3 win over Athens in the division four semifinals, and are headed back to the Championship Game on Thursday.
For the second straight season, the Chippewa Falls’ softball team is heading back to the state tournament in Madison. However, this group of Cardinals is hungry to put last season’s quarterfinal loss behind them.
The Bloomer girls 4×100 and 4×200 team, and the Rice Lake boys 4×100 team talk about winning it all at the 2019 Track and Field State Tournament.
Saturday was Regional Championship Day for girls soccer, and some area teams competing for a spot in sectionals.
The Bloomer girls 4-by-200 and the Rice Lake boys 4-by-100 teams are champions after competing at this weekends State Track and Field Tournament.
Rice Lake’s Adam Strouf dominates in boys D2 shot put, and Somerset’s Eve Goldstein goes back to back in D2 girls discus to highlight day one of state high school track & field.
Thorp softball is heading back to state for the second straight season, with a 4-3 come from behind win over Clayton/Turtle Lake.
Prescott softball outlasted Bloomer 6-4 in a thriller Thursday afternoon, to punch their tickets to Madison for state.
Chippewa Falls softball shut out Stevens Point 3-0 Thursday afternoon in the sectional final, to advance back to the state tournament.
The Spring Valley baseball added one more accolade to their already good season, topping Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran 8-2 Wednesday afternoon at home for a regional title.
The Augusta baseball team’s season came to an end Wednesday afternoon in the regional championship at home, with a 14-4 loss in six innings to Bangor.