Boyceville Sports

Boyceville track and field squads lack experience for new season

By Amber Hayden BOYCEVILLE — With just a handful of seniors and juniors, the Boyceville boys’ and girls’ track and field teams will be turning to their younger and less experience athletes to help out in the 2019 season. Although the Bulldogs saw just four seniors walk across the stage in last year’s graduation ceremony,…

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Bulldog tracksters finish third in first meet of the season

By Amber Hayden MENOMONIE — The Boyceville Bulldogs competed in their first track and field meet of the season last Friday, March 15, as the boys’ and girls’ squads both finished third in the Dunn County Indoor meet held at the Menomonie High School Fieldhouse. For the boys, Boyceville scored just five points in the…

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Comets burn Bulldogs in WIAA boys’ regional basketball opener

By Amber Hayden CAMERON — The playoffs offer a fresh start and new beginning for every team. Unfortunately for the Boyceville boys’ basketball team, that fresh start ended the same way its previous 17 games of the regular season had – with a loss. A tough Cameron (17-5) squad, who finished fourth in the strong…

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D-SC wrestlers earn 2018-19 all-conference honors

NINE BULLDOGS AND THREE HILLTOPPERS ON TEAMS Nine wrestlers from Boyceville and three from Glenwood City earned all-conference honors for the 2018-19 season. Boyceville senior Brock Schlough was chosen as this year’s Dunn-St. Croix “Wrestler of the Year”. Schlough recently won his fourth straight individual state wrestling championship to become the first Bulldog and only the 17th wrestler in WIAA history…

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Goodell, Stuart and Bialzik exit inaugural state wrestling tournament with loses in prelims

MADISON – It wasn’t the outcome that any of Boyceville’s three wrestlers that competed in last Thursday evening’s preliminary round of the 2019 WIAA Division 3 individual state wrestling meet had envisioned. For senior Nick Goodell, sophomore Nate Stuart and freshman Ira Bialzik, their first state wrestling experience was all too brief. All three Bulldogs…

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