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Bulldogs lose first softball game to Colfax, rebound with wins over Durand and Bruce

By Editor | April 16, 2024

What do you do when you lose for the first time? Simply start another winning streak! That is precisely what the Bulldog softball team did last week. After having its five game win streak to start the 2024 season snapped by a 9-1 road loss to a much improved Colfax squad last Tuesday, April 9,…

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Bulldogs swing heavy bats in pair of diamond wins

By Editor | April 16, 2024

The Boyceville bats sang loud and clear last week as they produced 29 hits and 35 runs in a pair of baseball victories. After surrendering an early lead in Durand last Thursday, April 11, the Bulldogs tallied seven runs in the final two innings including six in their final at bat to rally for a…

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Boyceville boys finish fifth, girls seventh at Elk Mound track Invite

By Editor | April 16, 2024

By Renee Bettendorf ELK MOUND — At the Elk Mound track and field invite held last Thursday the Boyceville High School (BHS) boys’ team placed fifth and the girls placed seventh out of seven teams. Athletes and spectators alike battled strong gusty winds that occasionally blew the bars off the high jump and pole vault.…

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Boyceville softball starts season unbeaten

By Editor | April 9, 2024

The Boyceville softball team has gotten off to a fantastic start this season, an unbeaten start. The Lady Bulldogs went a perfect 5-0 in their first week of competition including a 3-0 mark against Dunn-St. Croix competition. Boyceville began its 2024 softball season with a 10-0 conference home win versus Spring Valley last Monday, April…

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Bulldogs split baseball games to open season

By Editor | April 9, 2024

BOYCEVILLE — Hosting four straight games at Evenson Field last week to open its 2024 baseball season, Boyceville finished 2-2. That quartet of contests included a pair of Dunn-St. Croix match-ups. In their first action of the new campaign, the Bulldogs hosted Dunn-St. Croix foe Spring Valley on Monday, April 1. Multiple early runs helped…

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Boyceville track and field opens season indoors

By Editor | April 2, 2024

WOLD BREAKS TRIPLE JUMP RECORD by Renee Bettendorf The Boyceville High School track and field teams started their seasons last week with a pair of indoor meets held at Menomonie High School and UW Eau Claire respectively. At the Dunn County Indoor Invite held in Menomonie on Tuesday, March 26 five high school teams competed. The BHS boys’ beat…

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Three area youth wrestlers claim state titles

By Editor | April 2, 2024

MADISON — A trio of area youth wrestlers won individual state titles at the recent Wisconsin Wrestling Federation’s (WWF) Kids’ Folkstyle State Championships. Glenwood City’s Waylon Fry and Montino Carothers and Boyceville’s Easton Retz each claimed state championships in their respective weight classes at the 2024 WWF Kid’s Folkstyle State tournament that was held March…

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Joles finishes fifth in Big Ten tourney, qualifies for NCAA Division 1 wrestling championships

By Editor | March 19, 2024

Boyceville graduate and wrestling standout Garrett Joles has qualified for his second straight NCAA Division 1 wrestling championships. The sixth-year senior at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities most recently finished 4-2  to place fifth at 197 pounds during the 2024 Big Ten Wrestling Championships held March 9-10 at the XFinity Center in College Park, Maryland.…

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Boyceville baseball team looks for improvement in 2024 season

By Editor | March 19, 2024

by Marlys Kruger Sports Correspondent BOYCEVILLE — After finishing with an overall record of 10-8 and 7-7 in Dunn-St. Croix Conference play a year ago, the Boyceville baseball team, along with head coach Michael Roemhild, has their goals set to contend for a conference championship and a deep run in the playoffs this year. The…

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Strong group of seniors will lead Boyceville softball team

By Editor | March 19, 2024

by Marlys Kruger Sports Correspondent BOYCEVILLE — Boyceville head coach Jamie Olson welcomed 20 girls to the softball diamond when practice began March 11, including six seniors who have plenty of varsity experience. After finishing 9-16 overall last season and 5-9 in Dunn-St. Croix Conference competition, the Bulldogs lost just two players through graduation from…

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