A 1-0 win over UW-Platteville on Saturday gave the Blugolds their eighth win, while UW-Stout took the 1-0 loss to UW-Oshkosh.
UW-Eau Claire Football celebrated a 27-14 Homecoming win over WIAC rival UW-River Falls, while UW-Stout fell on the road to UW-La Crosse,
The Old Abes are the last ones standing in a 62-44 shoot-out against La Crosse Central and go 2-0 on the season. While Menomonie took down Holmen at home 32-16, to stay unbeaten as well.
Eau Claire Regis dominated Fall Creek 55-16 on the road Thursday night in a Cloverbelt conference game, to move to 2-0 on the season.
The UW-Eau Claire women’s soccer team fell just short of a postseason WIAC championship, and berth to the NCAA tournament last season. But the Blugolds have a lot of experience back for 2019, and have some unfinished business on the field.
The Eau Claire North boys soccer team blanked Sparta 1-0 Tuesday night at home, in a non-conference game to open the regular season.
The UW-Stout football team saw their second most wins last season since the 2011 season. And this year, the Blue Devils bring 16 starters on both sides of the ball and will rely on their experience.
Coming off one of their best seasons in program history, the UW-Eau Claire volleyball team will be tested early on in their schedule for 2019.
News 18’s Collin Talbert and Rebecca Fiala breakdown all the action from week one around the area. Also, a guest appearance from Geoff Daley discussing Spring Valley’s big win over Unity.
Bloomer found themselves in battle in their Heart O’North opener, but the Blackhawks held off Saint Croix Falls 22-7. While McDonell Central took down Port Edwards in a shoot-out 42-40, for their first 8-man football win.
Spring Valley held off Unity in a non-conference thriller at home 28-21, while Elk Mound and Mondovi’s defenses pitched shut-outs.
Eau Claire Memorial scored 40 unanswered points to comeback and beat La Crosse Logan 47-22, also scores from the rest of the Big Rivers teams.
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The Milwaukee Bucks have officially brought back a key piece to their roster, as all-star forward Khris Middleton is returning on a five-year max deal.
If you’ve been missing the frozen tundra during the off-season, there’s no reason to wait any longer. A piece of Lambeau Field is in Chippewa Falls, taking over the Northern Wisconsin State Fair.
The Reigning National League MVP Christian Yelich plans to play in Tuesday night’s All-Star Game in Cleveland. The Brewers outfielder will start in left field and bat first for the youngest line-up in All-Star Game history.