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Prescott and Plum City's prep boys basketball teams lost in non-conference action Monday evening. Prescott lost at Elk Mound 50-47 while PC fell at Cochrane-Fountain City 55-36. Prescott is 1-1 overall and will begin Middle Border Conference play this evening at home vs. Amery this evening. Plum City drops to 0-3 overall.
ELMWOOD – Defending Dunn-St. Croix Conference champion Colfax and their 21-game conference winning streak is probably not the kind of foe the Elmwood High School girls basketball team wants to...
PRESCOTT - A fourth quarter surge of points by the Prescott High School boys' basketball team led them to 57-53 win over river rival Hastings Friday evening. Hastings led 28-18 at halftime but a 16-2 run the second half put PHS ahead 48-45 with under three minutes left in the ballgame. PHS held onto the lead thanks to balanced scoring. Clay Seifert led the Cardinals with 17 points and Marty Harris finished with 12 points.
The first game of the Dunn-St. Croix Conference prep boys' basketball schedule did not go well for two Pierce County teams. Plum City lost at Boyceville 39-27 while Elmwood was crushed by Elk Mound 68-20. Elmwood fell behind the Mounders at home 22-4 in the first half and 39-7 at halftime. Noah Wells led the Raiders in scoring with 10 points. PC played competitively at Boyceville, leading 4-2 after the first quarter and only trailing 19-17 at halftime.
Prescott High School head boys’ basketball coach Nick Johnson does not think the Middle Border Conference will be down in prep boys’ basketball for the 2013-14 season. “I think it will be very competitive league,” Johnson, the Cardinals’ third-year head coach said. “Somerset, Baldwin-Woodville, New Richmond and Ellsworth too, all are going to be tough teams to beat.
MADISON - Black Hawk won its first state high school football title, with a 44-22 victory over Glenwood City today in the Division-Seven final in Madison. The score was tied...
While Ellsworth High School wrestler Jens Lantz has worn University of Wisconsin gear since he was three-years old, he had to make sure attending college at UW-Madison was the right choice for him.
Ellsworth, Elmwood and Plum City's prep boys basketball teams all lost their respective season openers Tuesday evening. Plum City's was the closest. The Blue Devils lost 52-45 in overtime to Alma/Pepin at Plum City. Chris Longsdorf's jumper from slightly behind the backboard went in at the buzzer and PC tied the game at 38-38. But the Eagles outscored PC 14-7 in the extra session. A/P's John Nuzum scored all of his six points in the OT to turn the game in the Eagles' favor.
As the sixth head coach of the Ellsworth High School boys’ basketball program since 2001, Corey Enberg said he’s determined to bring stability to the position. Winning basketball, as he knows, will go a long way to making for a long tenure for EHS’s new hetman and despite a 5-17 overall mark last season (2-12 in the Middle Border Conference), the Panthers have the personnel to become winners quickly in Enberg’s first season. That first season begins tonight at Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran.
From now until the middle of March, prep boys basketball will be played in the state of Wisconsin. And in western Wisconsin, Pierce County to be particular, three county teams will begin their season tonight starting approximately at 7:30 p.m. Corey Enberg's first season as Ellsworth High School's new boys basketball head coach starts tonight as the Panthers travel to Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran. Plum City begins at home tonight against rival Alma/Pepin, which is a non-conference contest. Paul Churchill returns to the PC sidelines for the 2013-14 season. Another county Dunn-St.