Saturday, September 22, 2018


Prep roundup (Feb. 8): Railroaders knock off Macks on road

O-F boys hoops, Hudson boys hockey clinch titles

Brett Plaztek knocked down four 3s en route to 17 points, and the Altoona boys basketball team knocked off Chippewa Falls McDonell 67-55 in Western Cloverbelt action on Thursday night in Chippewa Falls.

Hayden Baughman did all he could for the Macks, finishing with 38 points. 

Regis 60, Stanley-Boyd 42: Keelin Norman-Klatt had 26 points, while Carter Brown chipped in 17 for the surging Ramblers.

Osseo-Fairchild 56, Thorp 52: The Thunder clinched at least a share of the conference title. It’s their first since 2014.

Dunn-St. Croix

Durand 47, Spring Valley 38: Kobe Humphrey (12) and Brittan Sabelko (10) were both in double figures as the Panthers stayed undefeated in the conference. 

Elk Mound 59, Elmwood/​Plum City 42: Ben Lambele had 13 points, while Blake Rosenthal chipped in 10 to lead the Mounders at home.

Mondovi 72, Boyceville 44: Avery Hoepner poured in 24 points to lead the Buffaloes.

Luke Knudtson led the Bulldogs with 13. 


Independence 63, Immanuel Lutheran 62: Isaac Pape scored 20 points, while Sam Killian added 17 for the Indees.

Henry Lau led the Lancers with 14.

Eleva-Strum 82, Whitehall 74: Nick Thompson poured in 23 points as the Cardinals won a high-scoring affair. 

Melrose-Mindoro 72, Augusta 46: The Mustangs stayed undefeated in the conference.

Andrew Perkovich led the Beavers with 20 points. 


Big Rivers

Memorial 64, River Falls 49: Jessica Massey (26) and Sydney Hazuga hit a combined eight shots from beyond the 3-point line and the Old Abes continued their winning ways on the road. 

Heart O’North

Bloomer 49, Barron 18: The Blackhawks led 16-2 at halftime. 

Sierra Raine was the game’s high scorer with nine points. 


Big Rivers

Hudson 3, Chippewa Falls 0: Ben Lundeen scored a pair of goals as the Raiders wrapped up their third straight conference title.

Jaden Hoople made 36 saves in net for the Cardinals, who only had 10 shots against the state’s top-ranked team.

North 5, River Falls 3: Jack Echternach broke a 3-all tie midway through the third, while Sam Stange scored two more goals up his season total to 36, a Huskies’ record. 


Chippewa Falls/​Menomonie 8, Northland Pines 2: Chloe Beaudette had a pair of goals, while Kaylee Frenette had a goal and goal and four assists. 


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