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Monday, September 25, 2017 - 10:34am
Hannah Wilcox-Borg has been pushing hard to the tape all season long for the Tomah girls cross country season. On Saturday, the freshman broke the tape to finish first in the Reedsburg Invitational at the Hartje Outdoor Learning Center. "She was finally able to break the tape after consistently...
Friday, September 8, 2017 - 9:58pm
Bangor pitched its third straight shutout Friday night, rolling to a 57-0 victory over New Lisbon in Scenic Bluffs Conference football action at Bangor High School. The Cardinals, ranked second in the latest Wisconsin Sports Network Division 7 poll, opened up a big first-quarter lead en route to...
Sparta's Becca Jenkins (13) tips the ball over a pair of Logan defenders during Tuesday's 3-0 sweep of the Rangers, as teammates (from left) Olivia Schulz, Maddy Schaller, Kirsten Krause and Marissa Erickson wait for a return. The Lady Spartans are back in action tonight (Thursday), when they host Tomah in a 7 p.m. MVC match. Herald photo by Delaney Schaller.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:55am
It was back to business for the Lady Spartan volleyball team Tuesday night. After Sparta dropped a five-set match to La Crosse Aquinas in its season opener and won just four of 10 matches at last week’s Great River Sprawl in Onalaska, head coach Dave Waraxa asked his team to adopt more of a...
The 2017 Brookwood volleyball team. Front row, from left - Hannah Wotten, Elena Witt, Angel Brueggen, Amy Berg and Ellen Marriott. Middle - Lydia Madrigal. Back row, from left - Kate Hyatt, Madelyn Wang and Alyssa Ottum. Herald photo by Nate Beier.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:48am
Brookwood came up a win shy of sharing the Scenic Bluffs Conference volleyball crown a season ago, but a wealth of returning letter winners should put the Lady Falcons right back in the title race in 2017. Bangor, Cashton and Royall all posted 11-3 records last year to tie for the conference...
Brookwood senior Ben DeWitt (43) sheds a would-be tackler during the second half of the Falcons’ season opener against De Soto Aug. 18. The Falcon gridders are back in action Friday, when they travel to Necedah to take on the Cardinals in the 7 p.m. Scenic Bluffs Conference opener for both teams. Herald photo by
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:47am
With just seven seniors on the roster – two who are just first-year players – the Brookwood High School football team enters its 2017 season with a lack of experience. But inexperience doesn’t always equate to struggles on the gridiron – especially if your players just happen to posses an ability...
The 2017 Cashton High School volleyball team. Front row, from left - Aubree Schmitz, Adelynn Hyatt, Taylor Costello and Autumn Schmitz. Back row, from left - Shelby Hanson, Karolyn Kirking, Jasmine Felch, Hailey Huntzicker, head coach Jenna Bean, Kyah Flock, Katlyn Giesler, Ally Peterson and Odessa Hemmersbach. Herald photo by Nate Beier.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:45am
Jenna Bean doesn’t really like to use the word “rebuild.” Bean and the Lady Eagle spikers are just a year removed from a stellar season that saw Cashton capture a share of the 2016 Scenic Bluffs Conference title and advance to the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Division 4 sectional...
Cashton quarterback Kole Ripley (12) follows the block of teammate Isaac Hemmersbach (34) during last week’s nonconference loss to Onalaska. The Eagles open their 2017 Scenic Bluffs Conference campaign with a 7 p.m. game at Hillsboro Friday night. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:44am
Despite its 0-2 start in a pair of nonconference games this season, Cashton football coach Jered Hemmersbach likes what he sees from a young Eagle team that is willing to put in the effort to improve. Add to that the fact that five key players who missed time in the early season due to injury will...
The Bangor High School football team will be looking for its 27th straight regular-season victory Friday night, when the Cardinals travel to Royall High School to take on the Panthers in the 7 p.m. Scenic Bluffs Conference opener for both teams. Herald photo by J.P. Schaller.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:42am
In his 18 seasons as Bangor High School’s head football coach, Rick Muellenberg has put together a pretty impressive resume to say the least. In addition to posting a 131-54 overall record, Muellenberg’s teams have won seven Scenic Bluffs Conference championships (2008, ’09, ’10, ’12, ’14, ’15 and...
The Bangor volleyball team poses with the championship trophy they won at the Boscobel Invitational Saturday. Front row, from left - Elizabeth Nicolai, Trisha Jones, Haylee Leonard, Aubrey Johnson and Ashlie Lockington. Back row, from left - Jaclynn Freit, Ariana Hundt, Emma Wittmershaus, Cora Kostuch, Courtney Oesterle and Kaylee Herman. Contributed photo.
Thursday, August 31, 2017 - 7:40am
Bangor is coming off a stellar 2016 season on the volleyball court, and if its performance at a weekend tournament in Boscobel is any indication, the Lady Cardinals spikers are in for another wild ride. Bangor opened its 2017 campaign by posting six unanswered wins to capture the team title at the...
The Tomah High School football team gathers for a break and some advice during the first half to last week’s 32-21 nonconference victory over Mauston at McKean Field. Tomah will be looking for its second straight win to start the season Friday night when the Timberwolves travel to Black River Falls for a 7 p.m. match-up with the Tigers. Herald photo by Bob Kliebenstein.
Thursday, August 24, 2017 - 8:51am
The Tomah Timberwolves will have the chance to start its season off at 2-0 Friday night, when they hit the road for a nonconference football game at Black River Falls Tigers. The Timberwolves came out on top 32-21 in last Friday’s season and home opener with Mauston, and Tomah head coach Brad...


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