Sports

Mon
03
Feb

Wrestlers beat Dodgeville

 

PdC-WS matmen victorious

On Saturday night, the PdC-WS wrestling team took on visiting Dodgeville in front of a packed crowd in the Prairie du Chien gymnasium. The Blackhawks came away victorious 57-18 in the final dual of the season. The Blackhawks finished tied for third in the conference behind Lancaster and River Valley. The seniors were honored before the start of the dual. The team has seven senior wrestlers and one senior manager. 

The following was a thought that was read to the seniors as they competed in their final competition in front of their home crowd:

Mon
03
Feb

Dodgeville over PdC girls

Dodgeville at PdC
Prairie’s Hayley Hemmer looks to score under the basket. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)

 

Dodgeville 

bests Prairie girls

Dodgeville bested host Prairie du Chien 47-41 Friday night in an SWC girls basketball clash. 

Dodgeville took the first period 17-14 and the second 8-6 to lead at halftime 25-20. 

Dodgeville increased the lead to 34-27 after three quarters. 

Mon
27
Jan

PdC boys basketball

PdC boys versus Dodgeville
Luke Rickleff looks to score over the Dodgeville defense Friday night in Prairie du Chien. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)

 

Dodgers 

defeat Blackhawks

Dodgeville bested host Prairie du Chien 57-42 in an SWC boys basketball game Friday night. 

The Dodgers took a 10-7 first-period lead and a 26-14 halftime advantage. 

Dodgeville built a lead of 43-27 after three quarters. 

Wed
22
Jan

Hawkettes

Hawkettes do well
The Hawkettes earned themselves two 1st place trophies at the Sparta Invite dance competition last weekend. The girls competed in the pom category and the high kick category. Also, soloists Becky Welsch and MacKenzy Slaght earned medals for their solo performances. The team will compete on Jan. 25 in Watertown at dance regionals. If the team places high enough, they will advance to state competition. Team members are, first row: Alora Babb, Becky Welsch, and Katlyn Grondin. Row 2: Lindsey Frazier, Lindsey Ohlert, Cali Collins, and Brianna Herried. Row 3: Mariah Slaght, MacKenzy Slaght, Katie Zahara, and Stephanie Elmquist. The team is coached by Kelli Saxe.
Mon
20
Jan

River Ridge-Cassville wrestling

RRC wrestling vs. MFL MarMac
Alex Morgan of River Ridge-Cassville attempts an escape against Seth Heying of MFL MarMac Friday night in their 126-pound match. MFL won the meet 51-24. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)
Mon
13
Jan

Antoine sixth

 

Antoine sixth on Sunday

Matt Antoine took sixth in the second men’s skeleton World Cup race in St. Moritz on Jan. 12. Antoine, who earned bronze on Friday, once again led the U.S. men.

St. Moritz featured two men’s skeleton races, one on Friday and the second one Sunday.

Mon
13
Jan

Antoine earns bronze in St. Moritz

Antoine earns bronze
Tomass Dukurs, Martins Dukurs and Matt Antoine stand on the victory podium Friday.

 

Antoine slides 

to Bronze at St. Moritz

Wed
08
Jan

Seneca girls at Riverdale

 

Riverdale 

defeats Seneca girls

Riverdale defeated visiting Seneca 50-46 in nonconference girls basketball action Tuesday night. 

Seneca led 8-6 following one quarter. 

Riverdale came back to take a 21-18 lead at the half. 

Mon
06
Jan

Seneca boys win

Seneca boys win in OT
Cashton’s Kole Campton is turned away by an aerial Jake Jones during the second half of the nonconference match-up Saturday night. Seneca edged the Eagles 50-48 in overtime. (Photo by Nate Beier)

 

Seneca wins in OT

Seneca nipped visiting Cashton 50-48 in overtime in a nonconference boys basketball game Saturday. 

Seneca led 16-11 following one period and 24-21 at halftime. 

Seneca took the third quarter 14-11 to build a 38-32 advantage. 

Mon
06
Jan

Seneca vs. Hillsboro

Seneca girls
Taylor Redman attempts to cut through the Hillsboro defense during last week’s non-conference game. Hillsboro won 28-19. (Photo by Nate Beier)

 

Hillsboro 

defeats Seneca

Hillsboro defeated host Seneca 28-19 Dec. 30 in nonconference girls basketball action. 

Hillsboro jumped out to an 8-0 lead in the first period. 

Seneca came back to pull within 12-9 at the half. 

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