HS Sports – Thursday

VOLLEYBALL
Cloverbelt

FALL CREEK   0
ALTOONA   3
25-22, 26-24, 25-22

STANLEY-BOYD   0
MCDONELL CENTRAL   3
26-24, 25-16, 25-17

EC REGIS   0
OSSEO-FAIRCHILD   0
25-10, 25-19, 25-16

COLUMBUS CATHOLIC   3
OWEN-WITHEE   0

LOYAL   3
GREENWOOD   0


Heart O’North

NORTHWESTERN   0
BLOOMER   3

HAYWARD   0
LADYSMITH   3


Dairyland

COCHRANE-FOUNTAIN CITY   3
EC IMMANUEL LUTHERAN   2

GILMANTON   1
WHITEHALL   3

ALMA/PEPIN   3
ALMA CENTER LINCOLN   1


Big Rivers

RIVER FALLS   3
MENOMONIE   0


Dunn-St. Croix

PLUM CITY   0
ELK MOUND   3

GLENWOOD CITY   0
MONDOVI   3

COLFAX   3
DURAND   0


GIRLS GOLF
BRC Meet at Lake Wissota

1. RIVER FALLS   182
2. EC MEMORIAL   197
3. MENOMONIE   199
4. HUDSON   201
5. EC NORTH   210
6. CHIPPEWA FALLS   211
7. RICE LAKE   343

Individual
1. ECM: Lexi Meade   39
2. ECN: Sidney Brown   40
T3. HUD: Paige Hillman   41
T3. MEN: Mackenzie Maguire   41


BOYS SOCCER
Big Rivers

MENOMONIE   0
EC MEMORIAL   3

RIVER FALLS   3
EC NORTH   3

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