Memorial started the year slow, but Monday night may have been a turning point. With an outstanding group of underclassmen, the Old Abes are just scratching the surface of what type of team they can become.
The Eau Claire Memorial Old Abes are heating up at the right time. Memorial is riding a two game winning streak with one of those wins over 4th ranked Chippewa Falls, and with just three home games left on the year, family members will finally be in attendance to watch them finish their season.
The Chippewa Falls/Menomonie Sabers last made the Wisconsin State Hockey tournament in 2008, and even though this year is far from over, the Sabers best chance to end that steak is now. The girls are the 4th ranked team in the state and it is something that this senior class has been building for years.
In this special edition of the SportScene 13 Spotlight, we take a look at one of the biggest stories in local sports this past year, Chippewa Falls boys hockey earning their first trip to the state tournament since 1999.
The Chippewa Falls senior kicker is one of 90 to accept an invitation to the 2020 Kicking World National Showcase in Austin, Texas. Jack started kicking just last year as a junior and started to excel this year as a senior for the Cardinals.
Even before the Blair-Taylor Wildcats kicked off the 2020 season, they knew this senior class would be special. But the cats were forced to wait and wonder over the offseason if 2020 High School football would even be a thing. By the time it was all said and done, Blair-Taylor finished the regular season undefeated for the first time in school history.
his year, the Cumberland Beavers made history! For the first time ever, the Beavers finished the regular season undefeated at 7-0 averaging just over 43 points per game and allowing only 8 points per contest.
This High School volleyball season has been anything but normal. The one thing that has remained normal is the McDonell Macks raking up the wins. The Macks head into tournament play with a 15-1 record and look like one of the best teams in division four.
On Wednesday. the Wisconsin Badgers got back on the practice field as they prepare for their season to open October 24th against Illinois. Head Coach Paul Chryst knows it will take a team effort to keep his squad on the field.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise to see Morgan at the top. She’s made it to the state tournament every single year of her career and still hasn’t reached her peak with a college tennis decision coming in the future.
Daulton Varsho is one of the brightest young players across baseball. A rare catcher/center field hybrid with a big bat to match. Now, he officially follows in his father's footsteps as a big-league player.
For the first time in program history, the Eau Claire Babe Ruth program had two teams advance to the 13U State Championship as the Eau Claire A’s Blue squad defeated the A’s Red team 14-1 to win the state title.
From Lake Shore trail to the backyard, and the town pool, you may come across some of our nation's top athletes - like 2018 national champion wrestler, Seth Gross who's pursuing a dream that has been delayed.
For the last three years, we’ve seen Jonathan Taylor run through Big Ten defenses on his way to becoming one of the most accomplished running backs in NCAA history. Now as JT gets ready for his first NFL season, he’s accomplishing even more off the field.
For a long time, Auburndale’s Jordan Zimmermann has carried the mantle for UW-Stevens Point players in the big leagues. But this year. J.P. Feyereisen has a chance to be the next Pointer to reach the majors, with his hometown team.
Menomonie's Davis Barthen was a three sport star for the Mustangs, excelling in football, baseball and basketball. This past season his work in the classroom earned him not only valedictorian honors at Menomonie, but the George H. Chryst Memorial Scholarship.
his week would have marked the opening of the season for the Eau Claire Express. In our SportScene 13 Spotlight, we turn back the clock to the home opener in 2016 and a performance for the record books by Eau Claire native Dalton Roach.