North wrestling finishes second

North wrestling finished second at Saturday’s Auburndale Invitational with a score of 378.5, 52.5 behind invite-winner Abbotsford-Colby.

Aiden McVicar and Carter Duerkop were the Huskies’ top finishers at second overall in the 132 and 160 pound weight classes, respectively.


Regis 72, Aquinas 60: The Ramblers responded from a hard-fought win over Altoona on Friday night with another quality victory on Saturday, topping the Blugolds in La Crosse.

Cade Osborn led a balanced scoring effort with 15 points. Abe Rocksvold and JP Wolterstorff both had 12, while Hayden Reinders chipped in 11.

McDonell 70, Assumption 44: Charlie Bleskachek and JD Bohaty both hit five 3-pointers in the contest to lift the Macks. Bleskachek finished with 19 points, while Bohaty had 17.

Stanley-Boyd 48, Thorp 44: It was quite the duel between Stanley-Boyd’s Noah Gillingham (21 points) and Thorp’s Ethan Reis (27).


Memorial 72, La Crosse Logan 48: Jessica Massey sunk five triples and scored a game-high 27 points, while Anna Hoitomt contributed to the party from downtown as she hit four 3s en route to 14 for the Old Abes.

Menomonie 40, Holmen 38: Emily Schwartz broke a 37-all tie with a 3-pointer in the final minute to win. Kylie Mogen led the Mustangs, who held the Vikings to just seven points in the second half, with 18 points.


RAM 6, Blizzard 5: Nick Madsen and Nolan Hellegers each scored twice, while Drew Goettl and Peyton Mayer found the net once. Hellegers also notched two assists.


Eau Claire Area 3, Bay Area 1: Ava Kison, Charlotte Akervik and Paige Rodriguez all scored before the Ice Bears were able to get on the board midway through the third period.

Romanski earns another honor

UW-Eau Claire football’s Sam Romanski was named to’s All-America second team on Saturday.

Romanski, who was also an Associated Press second-team All-American, led the WIAC with 14.5 sacks and 17.5 tackles for loss this season.

UW-Stout falls in exhibition

Kaden Koski led UW-Stout men’s basketball with eight points as the Blue Devils lost, 81-39, in an exhibition matchup against Division II Michigan Tech.

They’ll return to DIII competition on Friday when they host Northland.

UW-Stout hockey routs Finlandia

Eagle River native Adam Kresl scored in his hometown as UW-Stout men’s hockey defeated Finlandia, 7-4, in the Eagle River Recreation Association Sports Arena.

The Blue Devils scored two power play goals as they moved to 9-4-1.

Steel win comeback affair

Spencer Oyler, Camden Thiesing and Jacob Dirks scored as the Chippewa Steel earned a 3-1 victory agianst the Kenai River Brown Bears on Saturday.

Kenai River’s Zach Krajnik opened the scoring, but the Steel responded with three straight. John Langford made 28 saves for Chippewa.