Tuesday was a wash. The Cloverbelt East went 3-3 against the West so any type of argument of which conference was stronger could basically be thrown out, though for a good stretch of Saturday night the East was pretty good at flexing their muscles. That’s thanks to wins in the top two games,…
Immanuel Lutheran boys basketball pulled off an upset in the Dairyland Small on Saturday, besting second-placed Gilmanton 68-67 in the game that came down to the final seconds.
Things didn’t start out well for the Eau Claire Memorial girls basketball team.
Thorp came from behind with a 13-point unanswered run early in the second half to take an 11-point lead.
Menomonie girls basketball’s Kylie Mogen set a new program record for career points, passing Clare Barnard’s previous school high set in 1993, with her 17-point performance in the Mustangs’ 57-56 victory against Marshfield on Friday.
The first time around, Mason Kajer learned just how many eyes are trained on divers on the solitary walk to the end of the diving board at the WIAA state meet.
The Western Cloverbelt Conference champion Osseo-Fairchild boys basketball team got 19 points apiece from Ryan Myhers and Cory Myhers in a 77-59 win over Stanley-Boyd on Thursday.
Rice Lake kept the pressure on down the stretch but had no match for the combo of Dalton Banks and Bennett Mayer.
The top three hockey teams in the Big Rivers are all heading to sectionals.
The Big Rivers Conference's end-of-season awards exemplify what a strong year it's been for Eau Claire hockey.
Cole Rabedeaux had a look he was confident in.
Altoona — RAM hockey certainly had reason to be demoralized going into the second intermission.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — The McDonell boys basketball team started a stretch of five games in seven days on Wednesday.
Four years ago, Teryn Karlstad was just looking to make her mark.
Chippewa Falls boys hockey has to settle for serving as the spoilers.
FALL CREEK — It couldn’t be written off as just a nonconference game. Augusta needed this one for the seed meetings this weekend. And in all fairness, the Dairyland Conference as a whole would benefit from a Beaver win.
Joe Kelly found the back of the net twice, and Luke Lindsey and Carter Olson also scored as the Eau Claire Memorial boys hockey team clinched the Big Rivers Conference title with a 4-2 win over River Falls on Monday.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Last season, Sidney Polzin’s goal-scoring exploits took place in a shadow.
The Eau Claire Alliance boys swimming and diving team had seven competitors qualify for the Division 1 state meet.
Hoepner, Korger hit 1K point mark
The Colfax and Eleva-Strum girls basketball teams received No. 1 seeds in the WIAA playoff brackets released Sunday.
Football has taken Keldric Stokes all over the map.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Eau Claire Memorial and Menomonie both won two individual regional wrestling titles on Saturday.
Rice Lake’s Carter Schulz and Carter Paulson both won their weight classes to clinch individual regional wrestling titles on Saturday in Barron.
CADOTT — For two years in a row, the Boyceville wrestling team was denied a regional title by agonizingly small margins.
La Crosse Logan turned up the intensity on Eau Claire Memorial’s high-scoring Caden Boser.
Eau Claire Memorial needed a win to stay in Big Rivers Conference championship contention.
Rust was always a risk for a team coming off two weeks with hardly any game action.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Caelan Givens’ first two free throws earned her a place in history.
DURAND — The weather changed the optics.
The Big Rivers will come down to the final day of the regular season in boys hockey.
A handful of high school athletes from the Chippewa Valley made their college commitments official on Wednesday.
Max Savaloja scored once.
Ava Kison scored a hat trick and Madison Schwengler notched two goals and an assist as the Eau Claire Area Stars exploded for six second-period goals in a 6-0 victory against Black River Falls Tuesday afternoon.
Eau Claire Memorial sophomore righthander Vince Trapani has accepted a scholarship to attend the University of Arkansas, he announced over the weekend.
The Eau Claire North boys and Eau Claire Area girls received No. 1 seeds in their respective prep hockey playoff brackets.
Caden Boser scored 34 points and got strong help from two teammates.
Blaine Brenner and Russell Dorn captured individual titles to help lift the Stanley-Boyd/Owen-Withee wrestling team to the Cloverbelt Conference championship on Saturday.
The Big Rivers boys hockey standings got even tighter on Friday night in Hobbs Ice Center.
With regionals only a week away, there isn’t much time left to get work in on the wrestling mat.
Eau Claire Area Stars coach Tom Bernhardt said claiming a Big Rivers Conference championship isn’t on the front of the team’s mind, but ECA’s changes of accomplishing the feat are still alive after a dramatic win at Hobbs Ice Arena Friday afternoon.
Sierra Raine made it rain with 28 points to help the Bloomer girls basketball team clinch a share of the Heart O’ North Conference title with a 49-40 win over Northwestern on Friday.