Area Sports

Gruenhagen places third at WWF women’s State

OCONOMOWOC — Boyceville sophomore Emma Gruenhagen returned home a state place winner following this past Sunday’s WWF Folkstyle State Wrestling tournament. Gruenhagen, who recently finished her second year on the Bulldogs’ varsity wrestling squad  with a fourth-place showing at the WIAA Division 3 St. Croix Falls Individual Wrestling sectional, earned the bronze medal after placing…

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Rockpile – 2-24-2021

Song of the Day • 1963: “Don’t Let Me Cross Over” – Carl Butler • 1973: “I Wonder if They Ever Think of Me” – Merle Haggard • 1983: “Faking Love” – T.G. Sheppard • 1993: “Can I Trust You With My Heart” – Travis Tritt Events • 1913: Cracker Jack started their prizes in…

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Leaker’s Place Bowling Results – 2-24-2021

Saturday Night Mixed February 13, 2021 The Pack 57 6 Newbies 52 11 D Long Winky 43 20 The Flintstones 39 24 Full House 32 31 Knoxtrodd 0 63 Nutheads 0 63 HIGH IND. GAMES: Mike Wink 225, Dan Klatt 205, Matt Quaderer 195, Lori Klinger 202, Doris Berends 173, Sam Klatt 165. HIGH IND.…

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Bulldogs bow out of tournament following first-round loss

By Missy Klatt Sports Correspondent WEBSTER — The Boyceville boys’ basketball season has come to an end for the young Dogs as they lost to the Webster Tigers, 37-64 on the road, in the first round of the WIAA Division 4 regional tournament on Tuesday, February 16th. The Bulldogs who struggled all season with low…

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Mounders contemplate change to Cloverbelt Conference for all athletics

By Cara L. Dempski ELK MOUND — On February 15, the Board of Education for the Elk Mound Area School District started discussing the possibility of the school switching from the Dunn-St. Croix Conference to the Cloverbelt. District Administrator Eric Wright explained he and Athletic Director Mike Schiszik had been contacted by other members of…

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Silver Lining: Radintz finishes season as state runner-up

WAUSAU — To come up short when you are standing at the threshold of a dream hurts, a lot! It stings to the core. Unfortunately, Ian Radintz felt that sharp agony as he was about to ascend to his long-held goal, his dream of becoming a state high school wrestling champion. In just his first…

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Dormanen overcomes setback to cop third in state wrestling meet

WAUSAU — Sometimes it is not how you start that matters most but how you face adversity and choose to finish. Tyler Dormanen could have been satisfied with just competing in his first state wrestling tournament especially after losing his first match here last Saturday. Thankfully, he was not. The Boyceville junior, instead, refocused and…

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