The Luck football team capped off an undefeated season by getting a 42-27 win over Newman Catholic in the State Championship game.
Menasha took the lead with under a minute to go in the game, and ended Menomonie’s season in level four 36-35.
Regis dominated Abbotsford 36-6 Friday night in Chippewa Falls, to advance to their first championship game since 2016.
Mondovi suffered their first and only loss of the season in level four of the playoffs, falling to Saint Mary’s Springs 13-0.
In division six, a pair of unbeaten teams remain in level four. As Eau Claire Regis (12-0) and Abbotsford (12-0) will clash in the state semifinal Friday night.
Cadott’s Brady Spaeth signed his letter of intent Thursday afternoon, to wrestle next year at the University of Minnesota.
A couple players from the Chippewa Falls girls basketball team will play college basketball next season, as Caelan Givens officially signed to play at division one UW-Green Bay and Aaliyah McMillan will play at division two Wayne State.
For the first time since 2016, Menomonie has advanced to level four of the high school football playoffs. The Mustangs will take on Menasha Friday night, and with a win advance to the state championship at Camp Randall.
On National Signing Day, a pair of Eau Claire boys basketball players inked their letters of intent to play in college. North’s Dalton Banks signed to play at Southern Illinois University, and Memorial’s Caden Boser will suit up for the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
We’re down to the final four teams in division six, as Mondovi is just one win away from playing for gold at Camp Randall. Standing in the Buffaloes way though in level four, the defending division five state champs Saint Mary’s Springs.
The Warriors took a 3-0 victory over Catholic Central on Saturday to win the Division 4 State Championship.
News 18’s Collin Talbert and Adam Pearson breakdown all the action from around the area in level three of the high school football playoffs.
Eau Claire Regis pulled away from Spring Valley in the second half 29-8, while Mondovi won in a thriller over Mineral Point 29-22 to both advance to level four.
Menomonie got the lead early and never gave it back, as the Mustangs handed Medford their first loss of the season 34-8 to advance to level four.