McDonell Central took down Gilman at home Tuesday night 3-1, in the second-place game for the Cloverbelt conference crossover.
Northwestern Wisconsin represented in this year’s WIAA Division Two Girl’s Golf Championship on Monday.
The Wildcats won their first Big Rivers conference championship in school history, and are ready to do it again in 2019.
The Panthers have made it down to Camp Randall the past three seasons, but this year have a new coach leading the way in John Tackmann.
The Vikings missed out on the playoffs last season with a 3-6 record overall, but bring back a lot of experience on the offensive side of the ball.
The Panthers missed out on the playoffs last season finishing 3-6 overall, but return a lot of experience on both sides of the ball.
The Hornets missed out on the playoffs last season at 3-6 overall, but are confident with the players they have returning to make a run in 2019.
The Orioles are young, inexperienced, but hungry entering the 2019 season. They finished fourth in the Cloverbelt last season, fall in level one of the playoffs at 6-4 overall.
The Cardinals earned a share of the Dunn-St. Croix title last season, but with the talent they have coming back that an outright title is in their reach.
The Buffaloes have high expectations entering the 2019 season. As 15 starters return on both sides of the ball, making their experience a huge strength.
The Thunder are looking to rebound from a 2-7 season in 2018, and get back to the playoffs. And even though they have some holes to fill, they return some talent on both sides of the ball.
The Blackhawks advanced to level two of the playoffs last season behind their potent rushing attack, but things could look a little different offensively in 2019.