Seneca Homecoming

Seneca’s Nick Payne (88) finds good running room along the right sideline against visiting Kickapoo-La Farge during the Seneca Homecoming football game Friday night. Unfortunately, KLF prevailed 41-6 in the contest. (Football photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Seneca’s Brady Fernette surveys the field as he drops back to pass Friday night.

Brady Fernette runs behind the block of Cody Ostrander.


KLF too 

much for 



Kickapoo-La Farge defeated host Seneca 41-6 Friday night during Seneca’s Homecoming football game. 


Lady Hawks win

Prairie’s Brooke Moret smashes the ball past the Lancaster defender for a point in the first game Tuesday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Brooke Moret taps one past Ashton Doll of Lancaster.

Members of the Prairie du Chien team celebrate winning a tough point versus Lancaster.

Courtney Pattison smashes the ball back to the Lancaster side Tuesday night.


Prairie girls 

sweep Lancaster

Prairie du Chien swept visiting Lancaster three games to none in an SWC volleyball match Tuesday night. 

Prairie won a hard fought, back and forth first game 25-21. 

The Lady Blackhawks won the second game 25-19.


Seneca over Wauzeka-Steuben

There were several fumbles by both teams on a rainy and slippery night. Seneca recovered this one in the first half in Wauzeka. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

The Wauzeka-Steuben defense gang tackles the Seneca ballcarrier Friday night.

The Seneca defense moves in to make the tackle.


Seneca’s speed 

defeats Wauzeka-Steuben

Seneca defeated host Wauzeka-Steuben 46-6 in a Ridge and Valley football game on a rainy Friday night. 

Seneca scored on a 62-yard run by Brady Fernette to go ahead 6-0 in the first period. Wauzeka-Steuben answered with a 71-yard TD pass from Jeramiah Huber to Turner Krachey to tie the game at 6-6. 


PdC volleyball

Prairie du Chien’s Brooke Moret (6) sets the ball up as Kelly Check (5) and Faith Gurske (3) look on Tuesday night against visiting River Valley. (Photos by Todd J. Knapp)

Prairie du Chien bumps the ball to the front row against visiting River Valley Tuesday night.


River Valley 

tops Prairie du Chien

River Valley defeated host Prairie du Chien three games to none in an SWC volleyball match Tuesday night. 

River Valley won the first game 25-17. River Valley went on to win the next two games 25-12 and 15-17. 

Brooke Moret had 4 kills, 1 block and 2 aces for Prairie. Courtney Pattison had 8 assists. 


Black River Falls stops Prairie

Prairie at home
Prairie quarterback Brogan Potter rolls out and looks for a target downfield against visiting Black River Falls Friday night in nonconference action. (Photo by Ted Pennekamp)


Black River Falls 

defeats Prairie du Chien

Black River Falls defeated host Prairie du Chien 48-7 in a Coulee/SWC football game Friday night. 

Black River Falls scored on a 7-yard run, a 4-yard run and two 2-point conversions to grab a 16-0 first-quarter lead. 


PdC golfers host invitational

Golfers at PdC Country Club
Tara Herreid hits a nice chip up to hole 9 at Prairie du Chien Country Club Friday morning. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Prairie du Chien’s Megan Johnson chips up onto the number 5 green.

Jessica Gutknecht chips up nicely on the fourth hole Friday morning.

The Prairie du Chien girls golf team hosted an invitational on Friday, Aug. 29 at the Prairie du Chien Country Club, par 72. Participating with the Blackhawks were Darlington, Lancaster, and Southwestern.  

Lancaster continued their strong play by taking the team honors with a total of 406.  Darlington took the silver at 456. Southwestern and Prairie du Chien followed with a 480 and 504 respectively.  


Vanguards over Blackhawks

Wisconsin Heights at Prairie
A Prairie du Chien defender moves in on the Wisconsin Heights’ player on a great day for soccer at Bluff View Tuesday.
Wisconsin Heights at Prairie
The Prairie du Chien defense kicks the ball away from Wisconsin Heights and heads toward the goal in Tuesday afternoon action.


Vanguards vanquish Blackhawks

On Tuesday afternoon, the Prairie du Chien boys soccer team hosted the undefeated Wisconsin Heights Vanguards.  Heights scored first in sixth minute off a penalty kick from an incidental handball, then again in the 27th minute off a mishandled ball.  

Excellent ball control provided two more goals in the 28th and 29th minutes resulting in a 4-0 lead with only 30 minutes gone.  


Blackhawks win

Prairie dominates
Gunnar Kravchuk (97) and Pete Saddler (55) team up to sack the Aquinas quarterback in the second period Friday night. The Blackhawk defense was stellar. Aquinas had minus 4 yards rushing and committed six fumbles.
Blackhawks drub Aquinas
Quarterback Brogan Potter leads the way for Dylan Yeomans against visiting Aquinas Friday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)


Prairie du Chien football team 

rolls over Aquinas

By Zach Mara


The Prairie du Chien Blackhawks opened up their regular season with a convincing 42-6 victory over visiting LaCrosse Aquinas. On this night, the Hawks’ offense proved capable of scoring quickly evidenced by scoring plays of 88, 28, 38 and 60 yards.


Soccer team wins!

Hawks over Hornets
The Blackhawk defense, led here by Evan Teynor, kept the Hornets off balance the entire match as Prairie du Chien beat visiting Richland Center 6-1 in an SWC contest Tuesday afternoon on the Bluff View Intermediate School soccer pitch. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)
Hawks over Hornets
Prairie and Richland Center battle near midfield in SWC soccer action Tuesday afternoon.



pound Hornets 

in SWC soccer action

The Prairie du Chien High School boys soccer team opened their 2014 season hosting the Richland Center Hornets.  


Soccer time

The Prairie du Chien High School fall sports season kicks of this Tuesday when the boys soccer team hosts the Richland Center Hornets at 5 p.m. at Bluff View. In preparation, the team held a full game inter-squad scrimmage Friday night. Above, sophomore forward Jack Stoeffler concentrates on the ball.


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