Jacob Engstrom tied the game-high with 21 points, Dalton Robinson added 19 of his own, and the Augusta boys basketball team held off Osseo-Fairchild 75-74 on Monday in Augusta.
The Eau Claire Memorial boys soccer staff already knew they had a talented and motivated squad heading into this season.
MENOMONIE — It wasn’t the play Colfax coach Garrett Maas drew up in the huddle, but as the clock whittled down to zero, Maas couldn’t complain.
It will be difficult to replace what Chippewa Falls McDonell lost last spring.
There’s not much debate about who is favored to win the Dunn-St. Croix Conference this season.
The Heart O’North is going to be up for grabs this season.
If you ask the Big Rivers Conference coaches, it will be another dogfight for the championship.
It appears there will be a new champion of the Western Cloverbelt this season.
Despite a relatively modest season last winter, the Alma Center Lincoln boys look to be the team to beat in the Large Dairyland this year.
Few girls basketball teams have been as dominant in recent years as Melrose-Mindoro.
Osseo-Fairchild has run the Western Cloverbelt Conference the last two seasons.
When it comes to conference play, Chippewa Falls has been in a class of its own for almost a decade. The Cardinals have won eight straight Big Rivers titles and this season isn’t expected to be any different.
Last season was an impressive one for the Northwestern boys basketball team.
Last year was Colfax’s year in the Dunn-St. Croix, at the expense of second-place Spring Valley.
When you talk Eau Claire North basketball, you’re talking Dalton Banks.
The success of the football team could carry over to the Eau Claire Regis basketball team in a couple ways – good and not so good.
The Chippewa Falls basketball team is coming off the loss of inside giant Tyler Robarge, who obviously will be tough to replace.
The secret is out: Maggie Craker can shoot the lights out.
The goal of an experienced Menomonie basketball team is to bring it every game.
Eau Claire Memorial won 14 games last year and has four starters back.
Paul Henrichs may be leading the Altoona boys basketball program for the first time, but he’s far from an outsider for the Rails.
Last year was a strange season for Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran. Between injuries and suspensions, head coach Tom Williams never really had any consistency with his Lancers and it showed. The team struggled to a 8-13 record on the year.
Last year’s second place Western Cloverbelt finish was nice, but this year Altoona wants it all.
For four straight years Patrick Boughton and his Regis Ramblers have sent a girl to play collegiate basketball. The list of names is long and impressive: Shae Brey, Hannah Gibbons, Hannah Anderson, Amber Darge, Kate Seyer, Celine Sabbagh, and most recently Teryn Karlstad and Marne Milenowski…
Eau Claire Memorial is going to look like more of a team in 2019-20.
This year is going to be a building year for Eau Claire North.
Menomonie girls basketball is going to look pretty different this season. They graduated four starters from last season in Kylie Mogen, Lindsey Johnson, Destiny Haldeman and Lexi Hastings who averaged a combined 44 points, accounting for 81% of Menomonie's scoring last year. All four girls a…
Winning isn’t what Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran head coach Jim Sydow says he’s thinking about this season. The Lancers have just four girls with any varsity experience this year, so he is more concerned about trying to improve his roster and keep basketball alive at his school.
A regional final loss isn’t going to cut it this year for Chippewa Falls.
The Rice Lake Warrior girls basketball team is hoping the playing time many young players got last season will translate into wins this season.
Banks stellar for North
CHIPPEWA FALLS — The present and future of the Big Rivers were on full display Friday night in Chippewa Falls.
Eau Claire Memorial had a big advantage in size and experience and took command early.
Olivia Tangley scored 11 points and hit all three of Eau Claire Memorial girls basketball’s 3-pointers as the Old Abes opened Big Rivers play with a 42-38 victory at Rice Lake.
Heading into the Division 1 state championship game last month, Bay Port coach Gary Westerman paid Muskego’s Hunter Wohler the ultimate compliment.
Altoona boys basketball head coach Paul Henrichs opened up his home coaching career with a major Western Cloverbelt victory, taking down Thorp 66-56 on Thursday night.
Tanner Linduski got up early and went to the YMCA and shot buckets Tuesday morning.
Kami Krumenauer scored the winning goal in the third period to complete a three-goal rally for the Eau Claire Area Stars in a 5-4 win over Onalaska on Tuesday.
As Killy Kitzmann put it, his teammates call him grandpa for a reason.
Durand gets first victory
It’s a testament to the strength of the Eau Claire Memorial hockey program that a so-called “down year” included a Big Rivers Conference championship.
Gabe and Mason Madsen have heard it time and time again.
The Eau Claire Area Stars girls hockey team got goals from four different players en route to a 4-1 win over University School on Saturday at the Gobbler Cup in Mosinee.