After suffering a conference loss for the first time in six years, the Bangor boys’ basketball team got right back to their winning ways one night later — and clinched a share of yet another Scenic Bluffs championship to boot.
The Cashton boys’ basketball team split a pair of games in back-to-back nights, helping set themselves up for a titanic clash with rival Bangor in the process.
A non-conference win over the weekend allowed the Brookwood boys’ basketball team to bring an end to a five-game losing skid.
For six years, the Bangor Cardinals have ruled over Scenic Bluffs boys’ basketball with an iron grip. That all came to an end late last week against an opponent that has consistently been one of the Cardinals’ toughest matchups in conference play over the past several years: the Royall Panthers.
The Brookwood girls’ basketball team will head into the postseason having dropped 11 straight games following their latest loss to Royall.
The Bangor Cardinals left no doubt this season as to who still runs the Scenic Bluffs Conference in girls’ basketball. After securing their eighth straight conference title, Bangor took it a step further and finished off a perfect 14-0 league campaign.
A lethargic start proved costly for the Brookwood boys’ basketball team in a non-conference clash with Alma Center Lincoln.
The Bangor Cardinals have spent the 2021-22 season cementing their status as one of Wisconsin’s top Division 5 high school girls’ basketball teams and asserting themselves as a clear contender for a state championship. Their potential path to Green Bay was revealed when the WIAA released girls’ basketball postseason brackets for all five divisions on Sunday, February 13.
The Brookwood boys’ basketball team found itself on the wrong end of a regular-season sweep following a road loss to Royall.
It came by the narrowest of margins, but the Bangor girls’ basketball team is still unbeaten this year in Scenic Bluffs play.
The Cashton girls’ basketball team will do no worse than .500 in Scenic Bluffs play this season following their latest win against New Lisbon.
As the 2021-22 regular season trudges toward the finish line and the playoffs grow closer, the Brookwood girls’ basketball team is struggling to find another win.
Bangor’s shot at clinching their sixth consecutive Scenic Bluffs boys’ basketball championship will have to wait until next week.
It’s been a hell of a long time since the Bangor Cardinals dropped a game in Scenic Bluffs play. Long enough, in fact, that they’ve built up the longest active conference winning streak in all of Wisconsin high school boys’ basketball.
On paper the opening season match between the Tomah Timberwolves and Mauston Golden Eagles looked to be tilted heavily for Tomah. Tomah then traveled north for the Wausau Duals.
The Tomah boys’ basketball team is still in search of that first win of the 2021-22 campaign after a second straight loss to open the season.
The Tomah/Sparta boys’ hockey co-op showed plenty of fight, but ultimately fell short on the road against the West Salem Panthers.
An 0-3 start to the season wasn’t what sixth-year head coach Phil Yahnke and his Sparta boys’ basketball team were hoping for entering the 2021-2022 season. A road matchup against Adam-Friendship this past Thursday gave the Spartans a chance to finally right the ship with their first win of the campaign.
Leading by four at the half against Onalaska Luther, Bangor was in prime position to tally a marquee victory early in this 2021-22 campaign. However, a stagnant second half sunk the Cardinals and stuck them with their first loss of the season.
The Black River Falls girls’ hockey team was in action with games on back-to-back nights late last week, which they managed to split with one win and one loss.