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Mon
02
Dec

Boscobel over Wauzeka-Steuben

 

Boscobel bests Wauzeka-Steuben

Boscobel bested host Wauzeka-Steuben 56-48 in nonconference boys basketball Tuesday night, Nov. 26. 

 The Bulldogs jumped out to a 12-3 first-quarter lead and kept the momentum to build a 33-16 halftime advantage. 

The Hornets outscored the Bulldogs 16-12 in the third period and 16-11 in the fourth but it wasn’t enough as Boscobel took the win. 

Mon
02
Dec

River Ridge defeats Seneca

 

River Ridge 

boys defeat Seneca

River Ridge defeated host Seneca 39-33 in nonconference boys basketball action Tuesday night, Nov. 26. 

The Timberwolves took an 11-8 lead after one period and increased the margin to 20-14 at the half. 

The Indians pulled to within 29-24 after three quarters. 

Mon
02
Dec

River Ridge wins

 

River Ridge tops Fennimore

River Ridge topped host Fennimore 43-40 in girls basketball action Tuesday night, Nov. 26. 

Fennimore took a 12-7 lead after the first quarter, but River Ridge went on a 16-9 run in the second period to take a 23-21 halftime advantage. 

River Ridge outscored Fennimore 17-8 in the third quarter to increase the margin to 40-29.

Mon
02
Dec

Antoine takes seventh

 

Prairie du Chien’s Antoine races 

to seventh in first World Cup event of season

The Olympic season commenced with the first World Cup event in Calgary, Canada, the site of the 1988 Winter Olympics. On Friday and Saturday, Nov. 29 and 30, the U.S. National Bobsled and Skeleton team participated in highly contested races that set the pace for the races leading up to the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia. After sweeping the skeleton selection races, Matt Antoine hoped to do well.

Mon
25
Nov

Prairie boys basketball

Prairie basketball
Prairie du Chien’s Cheng Chen looks for an open route to the basket around West Salem’s Sam Miller in the third quarter Friday night. (Photo by Nate Beier)

 

West Salem 

turns back 

Prairie du Chien

West Salem bested visiting Prairie du Chien 57-32 in high school boys’ basketball action Friday night. 

West Salem jumped out to an 11-7 first-quarter lead. 

West Salem then took a 21-13 halftime advantage. 

Wed
20
Nov

All Conference cross country

All Conf. cross country
Jacob Schneider and Ethan Ingle

 

Two cross 

country runners earn 

All Conference recognition

Two members of the Prairie du Chien High School Cross Country Team earned All Conference recognition in the Southwest Wisconsin Conference for the 2013 season. 

Senior Ethan Ingle was named to the All Conference First Team.

Wed
20
Nov

All Conference volleyball

All Conf. volleyball
Jamie Kozelka, Brooke Moret, and McKenzie Banasik
All Conf. volleyball
Courtney Pattison

 

Four PdC

volleyball 

players earn 

All SWC recognition

Four members of the Prairie du Chien High School volleyball team have earned All Conference recognition in the Southwest Wisconsin Conference for the 2013 season. 

Junior Courtney Pattison was named to the First Team. 

Wed
20
Nov

All Conference

All Conference soccer
Austin Roach, Nick Adamany, Dan Adamany, Cheng Chen, and Wesley Schwager
All Conf. Soccer
Mike Steiner

 

Six Prairie 

du Chien soccer 

athletes named to 

All Conference teams

Six members of the Prairie du Chien boys soccer team have earned All Conference recognition for the 2013 season in the Southwest Wisconsin Conference. 

Austin Roach was named to the First Team. 

Wed
20
Nov

Prairie du Chien All Conference articles

Football All Conf.
Brian Hanger, Luke Rickleff, Hunter Sheckler, Brandon Granzow, Jack Feye and Mike Granzow earned All Conference recognition for the 2013 season in the SWC.

 

Six Prairie football players named to All Conference teams

Six players for the Prairie du Chien High School football team have been named All Conference for the 2013 season in the SWC. 

Luke Rickleff, a senior tight end was named to the First Team Offense. 

Mike Granzow, a senior lineman, was named to the Second Team Offense. 

Mon
18
Nov

Carrier in NFL

Small school star makes it to NFL
Derek Carrier, shown here making a play as a wide receiver for the Beloit College Buccaneers, played in his NFL regular season debut against the New Orleans Saints Sunday.

 

Small college 

standout makes jump to NFL

By Ted Pennekamp

 

All of his hard work has paid off and Derek Carrier is now on an NFL active roster. The San Francisco 49ers promoted tight end Carrier from the practice squad to the 53-man roster Saturday afternoon in anticipation of the 49ers versus New Orleans Saints football game. Carrier wears number 46. 

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