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Mon
30
Dec

Bi-State wrestling

Wrestling
Prairie du Chien/Wauzeka-Steuben’s Taylor Elliott suspends Weston/Ithaca’s Hunter Dischler in the middle of the mat while trying to maintain control during the 113-pound championship match at the 32nd annual Bi-State Classic. Elliott won with an 11-5 decision. (Photo by Nate Beier)

 

PdC-WS grapplers at Bi-State: Elliott wins second straight title

On Friday and Saturday, the Blackhawk wrestling team took part in the 32nd annual Bi-State Wrestling Classic held in the La Crosse Center.  The tournament consists of 55 teams from the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. The Prairie du Chien/Wauzeka-Steuben wrestlers finished in 13th place in their respective division.  

Mon
23
Dec

Seneca girls win

 

Seneca girls 

edge North Crawford

Seneca edged host North Crawford 34-31 in a Ridge and Valley girls basketball game Dec. 17. 

North Crawford led 8-5 after the first period, but Seneca came back to take a 15-13 lead at the half. 

Seneca took the third quarter 11-10 to increase the margin to 26-23. 

Wed
18
Dec

PdC-WS wrestling

Wrestling
Taylor Elliott controls Lancaster’s Lizzy Austin in the 113-pound match.
Wrestling
Alex Wasechek (right) of PdC-WS squares off against Brandon Richardson of Lancaster.

 

Lancaster defeats 

PdC-WS grapplers

On Tuesday night in Prairie du Chien, visiting Lancaster proved to be to much for the Blackhawk grapplers. Lancaster won 54-23.

It was PDC/W-S Parents’ Night and the packed house saw many good individual battles.

Match Summary

Mon
16
Dec

PdC girls over Holmen

 

Prairie du Chien over Holmen

Prairie du Chien bested visiting Holmen 36-32 in a nonconference girls basketball game Saturday. 

Prairie led 10-6 after the first quarter but Holmen tied the game up at 16-16 at the half. 

Each team scored 7 in the third period to make the score 23-23. 

Mon
16
Dec

PdC beats Platteville in OT

 

Prairie du Chien 

beats Platteville

Prairie du Chien edged host Platteville 43-37 in overtime in an SWC boys basketball game Friday night. 

Prairie led 10-5 following the first period and 17-14 at halftime. 

After the third quarter, the score was Prairie du Chien 24, Platteville 23. 

Mon
16
Dec

Seneca boys win

Seneca vs. Wauzeka-Steuben
Seneca’s Kilian Boland drives the left baseline against Wauzeka-Steuben Friday night.

 

Seneca 

defeats WS boys

Seneca rallied in the second half to defeat visiting Wauzeka-Steuben 46-34 in a Ridge and Valley boys basketball game Friday night. 

The Hornets led 11-8 after the first quarter and 18-16 at the half. 

The Indians went on a 16-6 run in the third period to take a 32-24 advantage heading into the fourth frame. 

Wed
11
Dec

PdC-WS wrestlers win

 

PdC-WS 

grapplers 

pull out a win

On Tuesday night, the wrestling squad from Prairie du Chien/Wauzeka-Steuben squared of with visiting Viroqua for a dual meet. The wrestlers from Prairie du Chien/Wauzeka-Steuben pulled out a 40-39 win.  

Wed
11
Dec

Antoine gets bronze

 

Bronze medal for Antoine

The second 2013-2014 World Cup race for bobsled and skeleton was held Dec. 6 and Dec. 7 at Park City, Utah, the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics. In those Winter Games, the sliding sport of skeleton returned to the Winter Olympics; skelton had not been part of the Winter Olympics since 1948. In 2002, Matt Antoine watched Jimmy Shay win the gold in skeleton for the United States, and Matt was hooked. The following summer, Matt began what would be many years of dedication to medal on the sliding track at Utah Olympic Park. He accomplished that goal this past Friday.

Mon
09
Dec

PdC girls stop Decorah

 

Prairie du Chien 

girls defeat Decorah

Prairie du Chien defeated host Decorah 32-21 in nonconference girls’ basketball action Saturday. 

Decorah led 12-6 after the first period, but Prairie came back to take a 17-15 lead at the half. 

Prairie outscored Decorah 6-5 in the third period and 9-1 in the fourth en route to the victory. 

Mon
09
Dec

Dodgeville tops PdC boys

 

Dodgeville 

tops Prairie boys

Dodgeville defeated visiting Prairie du Chien 64-37 in SWC boys basketball action Thursday night. 

Dodgeville built a 22-4 first-quarter lead and a 39-16 halftime advantage. 

The Dodgers outscored the Blackhawks 17-8 in the third period to increase their lead to 56-24. 

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