The Eau Claire North girls soccer team held off the mounting pressure for as long as it could. In the end though, Abigail Stow and Memorial were not going to be denied. Stow scored both goals for the Old Abes as they scraped out a 2-1 victory over the Huskies on Tuesday at Memorial. The Abes had a plethora of scoring chances and controlled most of the possession, but for the most part North held them at bay. Memorial outshot the Huskies 17-2, but wasn’t able to convert an
ECM parent, student thanked Thank you to the parent/s of the Memorial High School student who reported the planned shooting. Your child has great morals and values, which have come from your guidance. Our community has avoided a great tragedy, loss and much sorrow because you have instilled such great values and morals in your child — thank you from all of us. To the student: You are a hero. Thank you for telling someone you trusted about something you knew was so very, very wrong.
Former Eau Claire Memorial pitcher Travis Berg threw a gem to earn his first win with UW-La Crosse on Wednesday, going eight shutout innings and striking out 11 as the Eagles beat Rochester Institute of Technology 4-0 in Winter Haven, Fla. Berg transferred from Minnesota-Duluth after spending a year with the Bulldogs last season. Eau Claire Express alum Caleb Willems earned the save for the Eagles.
The Eau Claire Memorial and Eau Claire North girls golf teams earned honorable mention academic all-state honors from the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin for their efforts in the classroom this fall. Memorial’s group of Lexi Meade, Rebekah Gerry, Katelyn Mongerson, Nicole Larson and Maddy Logan were honored, while the Huskies’ crew of Sydney Brown, Tiana Martin, Allison Brommer, Haley Cronin and Lakiah Wilczek were also honored. In order to receive recognition,