Boyceville Schools

Bulldog wrestlers pin down second at Dells Duals

WISCONSIN DELLS — Don’t underestimate the Boyceville wrestling team. Although the Bulldogs entered this season a bit more youthful and inexperienced than it has in previous years, the team appears more than capable of holding its own, even against some of the state’s best competition in any division. With half of the squad competing in…

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Undersized Bulldogs drop contest to Vikings, Cadott

The Boyceville boys basketball team had to deal with a much taller team when they faced off against the Colfax Vikings Dec. 7 in the Colfax gym. With a starting lineup for the Vikings averaging 6’3 compared to the Boyceville lineup average of around 5’10, it wasn’t easy getting inside shots, resulting in Boyceville losing…

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Lady Bulldogs drop second conference game

The Boyceville girls had a hard time getting the ball in the basket when they traveled to face their old nemesis the Colfax Vikings last Friday night. Although neither team was blistering the bucket, Boyceville was held to single digit scoring in the first three quarters resulting in a 47-35 loss. After an earlier loss…

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Boyceville wrestlers open season, take fourth in Ellsworth

ELLSWORTH – Half of Boyceville’s wrestlers found themselves in uncharted waters last Saturday when the Bulldogs’ opened the 2012-13 mat campaign at the Ellsworth Invitational. The Bulldogs’ varsity lineup featured seven wrestlers, including four freshman, that had no, nada, zilch varsity wrestling experience. And to top it all off, Boyceville was without a 106-pound wrestler.

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Strong work ethic looking to override inexperience

By Kelsie Hoitomt BOYCEVILLE – The Boyceville wrestling team is fully loaded this season as 26 individuals have been added to the roster. The Bulldogs return seniors Josh Cormican, who placed sixth at the state tournament, and Dominic Olson who was a sectional qualifier last season.

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Mayo Clinic – Red Cedar provides free skinfold testing to area schools

MENOMONIE — Amy Oldenburg, licensed athletic trainer at Mayo Clinic Health System – Red Cedar, has received her skinfold measuring certificate from Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA). “In order for students to be eligible for competition, skinfold measurements must be taken by health care professionals who have successfully completed the WIAA Skinfold Measurement Workshop,” says…

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