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Bulldog volleyball continues to struggle, drops games at Colfax, C-FC, Cameron

By Editor | September 27, 2022

Wins remained elusive for Boyceville as it won only one of the eight volleyball matches it competed in last week. Despite hard work and hustle, visiting Boyceville lost its September 20 Dunn-St. Croix conference contest to host Colfax in straight sets. The Bulldogs then took a lengthy ride to play in the Cochrane-Fountain City triangular…

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Bulldog runners compete at Cadott and Durand

By Editor | September 27, 2022

With the weather finally cooperating, the Bulldog cross country teams ran in a pair of meets last week. Competing in the Cadott Invitational held Tuesday, September 20 at Whispering Pines Golf Course, the Boyceville girls finished ninth out of a dozen schools while the boys came in 12th out of 13 squads. A few days…

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Boyceville suffers gridion loss to Elmwood/Plum City Wolves

By Editor | September 27, 2022

by Joel DeWitt Sports Correspondent ELMWOOD — Heading into Boyceville’s September 23 matchup with Elmwood/Plum City, Bulldog coach Michael Roemhild knew his defense had a tough task bottling up Wolves’ running back Trevor Asher. Through five games, the senior back had racked up 1,507 yards on the ground and he would tack on an additional…

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Bulldog cross country competes in Rice Lake

By Editor | September 20, 2022

RICE LAKE — The Boyceville cross country teams competed in the Rice Lake Invitational September 13. With 26 schools taking part in the girls’ race and 27 for the boys including several from the division one and two levels, the meet was split into large and small-school divisions. The Lady Bulldogs finished second out of…

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Boyceville netters drop D-SC opener to Spring Valley

By Editor | September 20, 2022

BOYCEVILLE — It was not the start Boyceville wanted as it opened the Dunn-St. Croix volleyball schedule at home last Thursday against Spring Valley. A much-improved Cardinals’ squad dominated the Bulldogs in the September 15 contest, sweeping the match in three straight sets. Boyceville struggled throughout as it lost 16-25, 10-25 and 18-25 in a…

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Strong defensive effort leads Bulldogs to victory

By Editor | September 20, 2022

by Joel DeWitt Sports Correspondent BOYCEVILLE — Boyceville hosted Turtle Lake on September 16 with hopes of handing the Lakers their first Dunn-St. Croix conference loss of the season. The Bulldogs proved to be the bigger, more powerful team on the evening as they cruised to a 20-6 victory. In front of a festive Parent’s…

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Bulldog volleyball drops trio of matches

By Editor | September 13, 2022

Looking to build some momentum as it heads into conference play, which gets underway this Thursday, the Boyceville volleyball team instead came up empty handed in a trio of non-conference matches this past week. Following the Labor Day break, the Bulldogs trekked to Cumberland September 6 for a triangular with the host Beavers and a…

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Bulldogs blast Colfax Vikings in Dunn-St. Croix gridiron action

By Editor | September 13, 2022

by Marlys Kruger Sports Correspondent COLFAX — The Boyceville football team may have had a sour taste in their mouths after a disheartening loss to Spring Valley in their previous game, and they made sure that taste would disappear with a  lopsided defeat of the Colfax Vikings 35-7 in Colfax September  9. “I thought we…

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Bulldog harriers run in Somerset, Fall Creek

By Editor | September 13, 2022

SOMERSET — After an eight-day layoff that included the Labor Day holiday, Boyceville’s cross country teams returned to competition with races in Somerset on Thursday, September 8 and Fall Creek on Saturday, September 10. The Bulldogs were in Rice Lake yesterday and then go to Osceola this Saturday, September 17. From there, they go to…

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Boyceville football team looks to continue winning ways

By Editor | August 17, 2022

by Marlys Kruger Sports Correspondent BOYCEVILLE — 38 players in grades 9-12 greeted head football coach Michael Roemhild for the start of practice a few weeks ago. 12 of them are returning letter winners who are expected to lead the team to their third consecutive winning season which included qualifying for the WIAA playoffs in…

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