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.

BOYS BASKETBALL

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).

GIRLS BASKETBALL

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.

BOYS HOCKEY

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.

GIRLS HOCKEY

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 D3football.com’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.