Posted: 6:42 PM The Eau Claire Memorial girls soccer team dropped their WIAA Division 1 state quarterfinal match with top-ranked Cedarburg 3-0 Thursday afternoon in Milwaukee.
Posted: 7:41 PM At the WIAA state baseball tournament at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute, the Osseo-Fairchild baseball team lost a heartbreaking 4-3 decision to Oconto in the Division 3 state semifinals. While in Division 4, Greenwood advances to the championship game with a 11-1 win over Wausaukee.
Updated: 8:06 PM The Osseo-Fairchild baseball team got off to an 0-4 start this season but turned things around winning 8 of their next 9 games. On the eve of the state baseball tournament, the Thunder are on the hunt for a Division 3 title. In this week's Gordy's Athlete of the Week, meet senior Sam Waters who's leading the charge.
Updated: 11:58 PM An incredible day of drama in prep sports. In the Division two WIAA Softball championship, Baldwin-Woodville took a 1-0 lead into the 7th only to see New London score two runs to win the state title. In sectional girls soccer, Eau Claire Memorial survived overtime to defeat DC Everest 3-2 to advance to the state tournament. All this and Regis at State team tennis, the Express taking on the Madison Mallards and the Predators in rematch of the Elite Bowl with the St. Paul Pioneers. Click here to see all the action on SportScene 13!
Updated: 10:49 PM Friday on SportScene 13 features action from the WIAA state softball tournament, as Shell Lake fell to Algoma 5-1. In state team tennis, Eau Claire Memorial fell to Marquette 7-0. Finally, on the shoulders of two grand slams, the Eau Claire Express defeated Green Bay 11-7 at Carson Park. Click here for all the action!
Updated: 10:41 PM Tonight in SportScene13, catch highlights from Osseo-Fairchild's sectional baseball final win as they punch their ticket to the state tournament. Plus highlights from the WIAA D1 sectional semifinals, E.C. Memorial vs. Hudson and E.C. North vs. Stevens Point. And highlights from girls soccer sectional semifinals between EC Memorial vs SPASH and Spooner vs Regis. And highlights from the Express as they get their 2nd win of the season.
Updated: 6:40 PM Last year Nick Zander finished second in the D3 mile in what was his first state meet appearance. Last weekend he was one of the highest performers in La Crosse. SportScene13's Jenn Chapman introduces you to this week's Gordy's Athlete of the Week, McDonell's Nick Zander.
Updated: 9:43 PM For the Eau Claire Memorial and Eau Claire North baseball teams, tomorrow is a huge day as both the Old Abes and huskies will have their sights set on a trip to next week's WIAA state tournament in Appleton. The possibility exists that if Memorial and North win their respective sectional semifinals, the two teams would play for the right to go to state.
Posted: 11:07 PM In Fizel’s three years as the Head Coach at Spooner High School, his teams have compiled a record of 19-11. In addition, the Rails have qualified for the WIAA Playoffs each of those three years. Prior to Fizel’s leadership, Spooner had not qualified for the WIAA postseason in consecutive years since 1998.
Updated: 10:48 PM The WIAA State Track and Field Championship wrapped up with a flurry of action. SportScene 13's Jenn Chapman has the action from La Crosse. It was regional final time for girls soccer Eau Claire Memorial and Regis took titles with wins. On the football field, the Chippewa Valley Predators had no problem with Central WIsconsin. Click here to see all the action on SportScene 13!
Updated: 9:19 PM The state track and field meet will be in La Crosse this Friday and Saturday. While there will be plenty of area athletes there competing, there is one in particular that is catching the eye of coaches, athletes, and spectators. We hope you too will be inspired by this week's Gordy's Athlete of the Week, Eau Claire North's Brock Holman.
Updated: 6:54 AM Tickets were punched to the WIAA State Track and Field Championship as sectionals were held on Thursday. Click here to see all the action plus softball regional action between Eau Claire North and Chippewa Falls and baseball between Chi Hi and Eau Claire Memorial as well!