RICE LAKE — The extra work proved beneficial.
OSSEO — After a rude awakening in the first set, the Osseo-Fairchild volleyball team needed a spark.
Photos from Thursday's WIAA Division 3 sectional semifinal volleyball matchup between Mondovi and Osseo-Fairchild.
Annie Oster had 14 kills and Erica Oster added 11 as Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran volleyball bested Potosi in three sets to move one win away …
It’s been a disheartening week for prep sports in the Chippewa Valley.
Cross country runners will be chasing ghosts this Halloween weekend.
STANLEY — The ball was about 30 yards away from the end zone, and Jeff Koenig needed to make a choice.
River Falls (2-1) at Menomonie (4-1)
Note: Some conferences have elected to not keep track of standings and will not name a conference champion. These standings are provided for r…
Regis High School has stopped the remaining fall sports season due to a continued rise in quarantine numbers at the school.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — On any given night, a different McDonell volleyball player can grab headlines.
Results from Tuesday's prep sports action.
Chippewa Falls High School will play fall sports through the weekend, activities director Mike Thompson told the Leader-Telegram.
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MENOMONIE — Logan McCoy has run for a while. Now he just does it without a ball.
The Fall Creek volleyball team is feeling good right now.
For the third consecutive year, the Fall Creek volleyball team is a regional champion.
Results from Saturday's prep sports action.
Things couldn't have gone much better Saturday for the Menomonie cross country program.
RICE LAKE — The wait has been worth it.
Photos from Friday night's action in Durand.
DURAND — Durand football fans might need heart medicine after these last two games.
RICE LAKE — It doesn't take much time or many plays for a game to quickly change.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Neither Chippewa Falls nor New Richmond had much success moving the ball without a big play.
Tanner Opsal accounted for nine total touchdowns and 420 yards of offense as the McDonell football team topped Bruce 68-28 on Friday.