Sports Roundup – Thursday 4/4/19

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HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
Non-Conference

ELK MOUND   8
BLOOMER   9

NORTHWESTERN   8
RICE LAKE   3

COCHRANE-FOUNTAIN CITY   3
PEPIN/ALMA   20

BLAIR-TAYLOR   15
FALL CREEK   4, F-5

AUGUSTA   0
ALTOONA   10, F-5


Cloverbelt

NEILLSVILLE   5
GREENWOOD   7


Lakeland

CLEAR LAKE   8
FLAMBEAU   9

WEBSTER   3
GRANTSBURG   18


Middle Border

SOMERSET   1
ELLSWORTH   12


Dairyland

EC IMMANUEL LUTHERAN   7
ELEVA-STRUM   3


HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Big Rivers

MENOMONIE   12
RICE LAKE   5


Non-Conference

BLAIR-TAYLOR   1
FALL CREEK   21, F-5

BLOOMINGTON JEFFERSON   4
HUDSON   1

RIVER FALLS   0
CENTENNIAL   3

CUMBERLAND   3
OSSEO-FAIRCHILD   9

MONDOVI   6
ARCADIA   4


HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
Middle Border

AMERY   0
SOMERSET   1

RICE LAKE   8
OSCEOLA   0

WEST SALEM   14
ALTOONA   2

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