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ELMWOOD - The Elmwood High School boys’ basketball team will be the defending sectional champions for the 2013-14 season. But it’s not quite the same bunch which won the school's first sectional title and state berth since 1996. Seven players from that team have graduated, including all Dunn-St. Croix Conference players Logan Wolf and Kyle Webb along with Seth Jones, who was honorable mention All D-SC, Eli Fredrickson, David Rhy, Pat Weix, Tom LaFlex, and Josh Wells.
PLUM CITY - A snark would say Plum City High School’s boys’ basketball team will be improved only because the team can’t do much worse than the 1-20 record they put forward last season, 1-15 in the Dunn-St.
MADISON - University of Wisconsin running back James White rushed for 147 yards and two touchdown in a 27-17 win over BYU yesterday afternoon infront of over 80,000 fans at...
Somerset High School’s football program isn’t one of the state’s best just because of the regular season alone. The No. 4 ranked and defending state champion Spartans know what they need to do to win WIAA playoff games. And they did so Friday evening by 14-7 margin in a Division 4, Level 3 contest over No.
The Ellsworth Village Board turned down an application for a license a summer street dance in East Ellsworth at its monthly meeting Monday evening. The vote 5-1 against approving the...
The Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce helps to open the new Sylvan Learning Center in Ellsworth with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Center is located in the Hines Insurance office building in...
Ellsworth High School football players Emery Whalen and Nick Taranto along with Spring Valley cross country runner Emma Gausatd are this week's Pierce County Herald Athletes of the Week. Gaustad ran in the WIAA State Cross Country Meet Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids. She set her personal goal by breaking 16 minutes by finishing the race in 15:58. The time helped her place 20th in the Division 3 girls' race. Whalen and Taranto helped EHS rally from a 20-11 deficit in the second quarter to beat Black River Falls 38-33 in a WIAA Division 4, Level 2 playoff match-up at BRF.
The Ellsworth Village Board Finance, Purchasing and Building Committee Monday recommended adoption of the 2014 village budget by the full board next month.
BLACK RIVER FALLS - It wasn't just Purple Pride but Purple Perseverance which helped Ellsworth High School's football team outlast Black River Falls in a hard-played WIAA Division 4, Level 2 playoff game Friday evening. No. 3 ranked Ellsworth advanced with a 38-33 win over the Tigers setting up next weekend's rematch with No. 4 Somerset in Level 3. Somerset downed Prescott 28-14, also on Friday. The momentum of the contest surged back and forth and the first half alone felt like a game unto itself with Ellsworth ahead 25-20 at the break.
The Ellsworth High School football team's WIAA Level 3 playoff contest vs. Somerset will take place Friday evening at 7 p.m. at Fuller-Symes Field. In order to avoid conflict with the school play "Monty Python's Spamalot", the Friday evening performance has been cancelled and the Sunday performance has been rescheduled to 4 p.m. that afternoon. Those with tickets to the Friday show can either transfer them to the Sunday show or get a refund at the high school office. WIAA Division 4 Playoff Bracket link: http://www.wiaawi.org/Portals/0/PDF/Results/Football/2013/d4bracket.pdf