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Abby Klopp was a four-year starting pitcher for Baldwin-Woodville and four-year All Middle Border Conference first teamer; B-W won four straight MBC titles in softball. But Klopp has graduated and Ellsworth Head Coach Ryan Casper said now is the time for teams in the league to make their move to the top of the conference standings. “I think it will be a wide open competition for conference title this season,” Casper said.
HAMMOND - The Ellsworth High School baseball team defeated St. Croix Central 8-0 to win its first game of the season Thursday. Michael Koch led the Panthers with four hits and Derek Mallon had four RBIs. Eric McGregor was the winning pitcher. He struck out five batters. EHS's next game is Monday vs. Lake City, Minn. at Summit Park. First pitch is at 5 p.m.
PRESCOTT – A one-vehicle accident with injury took place off Hwy. 10 near the intersection of 1170th St. in the Town of Oak Grove Tuesday morning at approximately 10 a.m...
Ellsworth High School has chosen Jason Janke and Rob Heller as its new football coaches. Janke and Heller will take over for Clair Austin, who stepped down at the end of the 2014 season. Ellsworth Athletic Director Ann Anderson said Janke and Heller will be co-coaches of the team. Janke is an assistant principal at EHS who was an assistant football coach last season while Heller is a tech. ed teacher at EHS who was also an assistant football coach last fall.
Ellsworth High School will not compete in boys' tennis this spring. The program has been unable to find a head coach. Last year's head coach, David Boigenzahn, no longer works for the district. The EHS program has struggled for the past decade, going 14-77 overall and 8-53 in Middle Border Conference dual meets. The program had several head coaches and was unable to host home dual meets at Summit Park due to the deteriorating conditions of the surface of the tennis courts.
The contract for Corey Enberg as Ellsworth High School boys' basketball head coach was not renewed by the Ellsworth School District administration. Thus, Enberg is out after two seasons as head coach. He finished with an overall record of 16-24. "It wasn't my choice, but the administration has decided to go in a different direction," Enberg said. "There are good days ahead for Ellsworth basketball with the talent coming up.
Prescott High School’s boys’ basketball team placed four players on the all-conference teams for the Middle Border Conference and claimed the MBC’s Player and Coach of the Year awards. Seniors Mike Brookshaw, Clay Seifert and Charlie Tayson all made the first team All-MBC with Seifert named Player of the Year. PHS Head Coach Nick Johnson received Coach of the Year honors. This was the third time Seifert made the first team.
MADISON - The first-ever appearance for the Prescott High School boys' basketball team at the WIAA State Tournament ended in the Division 3 semifinals Friday morning. No. 2 ranked Brown Deer’s speed, pressure defense and good free-throw shooting led the defending state champions to a 62-50 win over No. 1 Prescott at the Kohl Center. The Cardinals finish with a 25-2 overall record. “It was a tough game for us,” Prescott head coach Nick Johnson said. “We didn’t adapt well to their pressure and struggled to finish our shots when we had opportunities to do so.
There’s a first time for everything. For Prescott High School’s boys basketball program, that time is now. All the near-misses and heartbreak finishes, the what-might-have-beens or could-have-becomes are all past now. In the present time, Prescott is a sectional champion and it will be soon be time to take its spot with the other sectional champions in the WIAA State Tournament for the first time in the 100 years of the tournament’s existence. “I’m so happy for our team,” PHS head coach Nick Johnson said.
WINONA, Minn. - The Ellsworth High School track and field teams competed in the G-E-T Early Bird Invitational Thursday at Gostomski Fieldhouse on the campus of St. Mary's University. EHS had two first place finishes in the non-scored meet.