The Altoona boys basketball team continued its red-hot shooting and sunk nine 3-pointers in a 60-51 nonconference victory over Rice Lake on Saturday night in Rice Lake.
In a battle to stay in hot contention in the Western Cloverbelt between two of the area’s top teams, the game took on a tournament atmosphere.
McDONELL 57, REGIS 53
Bri Banks was struggling offensively. Midway through the second half, Eau Claire North’s leading scorer hadn’t found the bottom of the net. That’s when
Jack Kron led a slew of players in double figures, and the Eau Claire North boys basketball team held off host Chippewa Falls 62-52 to earn a key Big Rivers Conference
North 57, Chippewa Falls 45
A lot was working against Hudson.
HUDSON 66, MEMORIAL 60
Dawson Schwengler scored the go-ahead goal late in the second period and added another one in the third period to help Eau Claire Memorial come from behind to beat Rice Lake
He’s only been wrestling in competition for a week after taking a month off due to a pinched nerve his shoulder area. But that didn’t matter. All that did was
Spring Valley is a tough team full of tough kids.
There is no sixth man of the year award for area high school basketball players. But if there was, Eau Claire North’s Kate Klauck would be on the short list of