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Area prep wrestling fans will have two competitive conference wrestling meets to choose from this Saturday only 13 miles apart from each other. The Middle Border Conference meet will take place in Prescott and up the road in River Falls will be the Big Rivers Conference/Dunn-St. Croix Conference Wrestling Jamboree. Both meets will begin at 10 a.m. and run throughout the day. No. 3 ranked Spring Valley/Elmwood has finished second in the Jamboree the past two seasons and would like nothing better to surge in front this time around.
SPRING VALLEY - The Prescott High School girls basketball team held Spring Valley to just 12 second half points to win this non-conference contest of Cardinals 48-34 Monday. PHS only led by one at 23-22 before putting the clamps in SVHS in the second half. Olivia Rohl led Prescott in scoring with 14 points followed by Amanda Murphy's eight points and seven from Annie Pryor. Valley's scoring was paced by Cassie Quinn's 13 points and 11 from Becky Fesenmaier. The win a much needed tonic for Prescott after a disppointing loss Friday at Somerset and before a showdown with No.
GLENWOOD CITY - The Elmwood/Plum City boys' basketball team's seven-game winning streak was snapped by Glenwood City Tuesday evening. The Hilltoppers made five three-pointers in the first quarter alone on their way to a 69-56 victory. "We were pretty flat to start out with and they really took it to us," EPC head coach Chris Segerstrom said. "They shot very well. I thought we played a little better defensively as the game went on but they kept making shots and we couldn't catch them." Levi Wolf led EPC in scoring with 18 points.
There’s so much to see in Australia for someone who has never been there before, but Kelsey Betthauser could think of two things she wants to see almost immediately.
The Pierce County Herald Athletes of the Week are Prescott's Clay Seifert and Spring Valley's Cruze Hurlburt, Logan Newton, Jed Schlegel and Becky Fesenmaier. Seifert nearly pulled off a triple double last week with 19 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists vs. Glenwood City. He also scored 14 points in Prescott's win over Baldwin-Woodville while leading the team in rebounds and assists again. Fesenmaier scored a team-high 21 points for Spring Valley's girls' basketball team at Cochrane-Fountain City last week. She was also the Cardinals' leading scorer vs.
MADISON - Governor Scott Walker will tell Wisconsinites tonight how he plans to fix a deficit in the next state budget that's projected to be $928-million if spending remains at...
Girls basketball Prescott 48, Spring Valley 34 Elmwood/Plum City 65, Alma/Pepin 36 Wisconsin boys' high school basketball Algoma 52, Crivitz 50 Alma Center Lincoln 70, Brookwood 46 Antigo 43, Wisconsin Rapids Assumption 38 Arcadia 72, Whitehall 39 Blair-Taylor 52, Eleva-Strum 41 Bloomer 60, Cadott 46 Fall Creek 64, Ladysmith 35 Frederic 67, Prairie Farm 44 Gilmanton 63, Mondovi 30 Horicon 47, Mayville 46 La Farge 68, New Lisbon 58 Mari
The Ellsworth Village Board agreed to a proposal to refinance bonds for TID No. 7 in Crossing Meadows Monday evening.
PLUM CITY - The Elmwood/Plum City prep girls basketball team had its highest output on offense all season in a 65-36 non-conference win over Alma/Pepin Monday evening. Cheyanne Catura's season-high 25 points powered the Wolves to break a six-game losing streak. Teammate Taylor Chilson was also in double figures with 12 points. Eleven players for EPC, 4-12 overall, had at least two points or more.
There may not have been enough snow to ride the trails, but that didn't stop the Rush River Trail Riders from putting on their annual vintage snowmobile show and contest...