Updated: 10:53 PM Chippewa Falls punched their ticket to the girls state softball tournament with a 7-0 win over DC Everest, while Baldwin-Woodville is also Madison bound in softball with a 2-1 win over Rice Lake. In girls soccer sectional semifinals, Eau Claire Memorial and Regis continued their march to state with victories Thursday. See all this action plus your local scores here on Sportscene 13!
Posted: 6:58 PM In this week's Gordy's Athlete of the Week, SportScene13's Jenn Chapman caught up with arguably one of hte best athletes in the state. A name that is recognizable in two sports, Wally Ellenson.
Updated: 10:44 PM Chippewa Falls McDonell pitcher Kyle Cody was drafted Wednesday by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 33rd round of the Major League Baseball First-year player draft. Cody now a decision to make, sign a pro contract with the Phillies or pitch on scholarship for the University of Kentucky next year.
Updated: 10:07 AM Osceola's Charlie Danielson captures second WIAA Division 2 state title while Altoona's Gabby Curtis finishes fourth in D2. In Division 3, Osseo-Fairchild takes home second place while Thunder senior Matt Sieg finishes third individually in D3.
Updated: 10:46 PM Chippewa Falls softball team survives Division 1 sectional semifinal, beat Eau Claire North 2-1. Baldwin-Woodville tops Altoona in D2 to set up showdown with Rice Lake, Elk Mound advances past Mondovi in D3, while Thorp edges Eau Claire Immanuel Lutheran in D4.
Updated: 11:09 PM A great day of high school sports. Start at state track, where on the final day of the championship, local athletes were looking to leave as state champions. In high school girls soccer, Eau Claire Memorial, North and Regis all looked to win their regional finals. All this action plus your local scores here on Sportscene 13!
Updated: 11:15 AM Eau Claire Regis girls basketball player Heather Bowe, the state of Wisconsin's Player of the Year, earned another prestigious honor being named to the 2012 Parade All-America High School Basketball team.
Updated: 7:34 PM The Boyceville baseball team is currently 16-2 on the year behind the pitching of 2011 All-State Academic selection and First-Team All Conference selection Ryan Bloom but as Jenn Chapman finds out in our Gordy's Athlete of the Week segment, his success is in part to the bond shared between his fellow senior class.
Updated: 11:00 PM The Eau Claire Memorial baseball team locked up the Big Rivers conference championship Tuesday evening with a 8-1 win over Eau Claire North at Carson Park. The Old Abes win coupled with Chi Hi's loss to Hudson gives Memorial the BRC title outright.