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
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 37 unanswered points to comeback and beat La Crosse Logan 47-22, also scores from the rest of the Big Rivers teams.
Rice Lake’s Simon Cuskey finished in second place in division two, while Eau Claire Memorial’s Billy Peterson finished 10th in division one.
The Boyceville baseball team topped Cumberland 13-2 in 5 innings Tuesday afternoon, to advance to state for the first time since 2000.
Rice Lake’s Simon Cuskey is six shots back of the leader in division two after the first round of the high school boys golf state tournament at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison.
For the second straight season, the Chippewa Falls’ softball team is heading back to the state tournament in Madison. However, this group of Cardinals is hungry to put last season’s quarterfinal loss behind them.
The Bloomer girls 4×100 and 4×200 team, and the Rice Lake boys 4×100 team talk about winning it all at the 2019 Track and Field State Tournament.
Saturday was Regional Championship Day for girls soccer, and some area teams competing for a spot in sectionals.
The Bloomer girls 4-by-200 and the Rice Lake boys 4-by-100 teams are champions after competing at this weekends State Track and Field Tournament.
Rice Lake’s Adam Strouf dominates in boys D2 shot put, and Somerset’s Eve Goldstein goes back to back in D2 girls discus to highlight day one of state high school track & field.
Thorp softball is heading back to state for the second straight season, with a 4-3 come from behind win over Clayton/Turtle Lake.
Prescott softball outlasted Bloomer 6-4 in a thriller Thursday afternoon, to punch their tickets to Madison for state.