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Northwestern Wisconsin represented in this year’s WIAA Division Two Girl’s Golf Championship on Monday.
Mondovi took down Spring Valley in a thriller Friday night at home 32-29, to move into sole possession of first-place in the Dunn-St. Croix standings.
Menomonie shut-out Rice Lake on the road 35-0, while River Falls blanked Superior at home 21-0. The Mustangs and Wildcats are tied in first place heading into week 9.
Eau Claire Memorial defeated Hudson at home Thursday night 3-1, to move into first place all alone in the BRC standings.
Eau Claire Regis shut-out Spencer/Columbus at Carson Park Thursday night 36-0, to move to 8-0 overall on the season.
Fall Creek took down McDonell Central Thursday night at home 3-1, to win their first Cloverbelt-West title since 1990. Also, River Falls swept Chippewa Falls to clinch the BRC.
Eau Claire Memorial captured the team title at their division one sectional Wednesday, along with Haya Dodin winning the flight one singles title.
The race for a Dunn-St. Croix title this season has been between two teams, Mondovi and Spring Valley. The two will square off Friday night in Mondovi, for sole possession of first in the conference standings.
McDonell Central and Fall Creek won conference battles Tuesday night in sweeps, to stay unbeaten in the Cloverbelt-West.
In a big non-conference battle Tuesday night in Bloomer, the Blackhawks swept Colfax at home for an impressive win.
Eau Claire Memorial boys soccer took down Eau Claire North Tuesday night 4-1, to stay unbeaten this season in the BRC.
Osseo-Fairchild/Fall Creek girls golf finished as the runners-up in the division two Prairie du Chien sectional to advance to state, while Prescott and Saint Croix Central will also head to Madison out of the Baldwin-Woodville sectional.
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After starter Jonathan Malueg went down in Saturday's game, backup quarterback Josiah Johnson came in and sealed the win.
The UW-Eau Claire women's soccer team spent the weekend on their home field, and walked away 2-0 after beating Ripon
Chippewa took the series finale 7-2 over the Springfield Jr. Blues on Saturday.
A 1-0 win over UW-Platteville on Saturday gave the Blugolds their eighth win, while UW-Stout took the 1-0 loss to