When the race to the Kohl Center tips off, the Thorp and Durand boys basketball teams figure to be in good shape.
It wasn’t a slip-up that cost UW-Eau Claire a chance at a first-round bye in the WIAC playoffs this season. For some that might be a positive.…
OSSEO — The Cloverbelt Crossover poses teams with questions.
After wins over leaders Chippewa Falls and Eau Claire North, Marshfield was ready to lay claim to an unofficial Big Rivers Conference title.
Behind top-five finishes from Ryan Biwer, Tristan Vieth and three relay teams, the Eau Claire Alliance boys swim team swam to a fifth-place fi…
Sam Skillings was a state runner-up last winter, and now the Menomonie wrestler will have a chance to do one better this year.
There’s perhaps no better momentum boost heading into the postseason than a victory against your arch rivals.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Caelan Givens knew the trap was coming.
It just wasn’t Eau Claire Regis’ night.
Joe Kroeger had a big day for Rice Lake at the WIAA Division 2 boys swim and dive championships on Friday in Madison.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — After two periods of scoreless hockey, Isaac Lindstrom took matters into his own hands.
Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran head coach Jim Sydow might be retiring at just the right time.
Shorthanded Eau Claire Memorial made it interesting for River Falls. Almost too interesting.
Zach DeMarce netted a hat trick, Kaleb Miller added two goals of his own and the Menomonie boys hockey team picked up its first playoff victor…
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Chippewa Falls/Menomonie girls hockey was minutes away from its first postseason victory in six years.
Both Eau Claire Memorial and North boys hockey are moving on to the second round of the playoffs, with one set for a high-stakes local matchup…
DURAND — When you head into Panthers country, the chances of survival are pretty low.
Another explosive night for the Altoona boys basketball team’s offense clinched the Rails a bit of history.
It took overtime to decide the rematch of old rivals.
Peyton Rogers-Schmidt hit a 3-pointer in the closing seconds, capping off a 27-point performance, in Chippewa Falls’ vital 59-56 victory again…