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Wed
07
Apr

Brookwood stops SWS Blue-Golds


Evan Payne gets a great block from Ethan Karnopp (25) to allow Payne to roll to his right and look downfield for an open receiver. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Lucious Cooley follows his blocking for a decent gain against Brookwood.

Ethan Klema (1) and Brennan Wallin bring down the Brookwood ballcarrier.

Ethan Klema closes in on the Brookwood quarterback Thursday night.

Evan Payne (9) and Brennan Wallin make the stop versus Brookwood.

Ethan Karnopp shows good form to make an open field tackle.

Brookwood defeated host Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben 14-0 in a Scenic Bluffs Conference football game Thursday night in Wauzeka. 

Brookwood scored on a 5-yard run in the first quarter and the extra point was good as Brookwood took a 7-0 lead. 

Wed
24
Mar

Rogge is an All-American


Augsburg University’s Nick Rogge wrestles Zachary Thompson of Iowa Wesleyan in a first-round match on March 12 at the NWCA Division III National Championships. (Photo by Don Stoner of Augsburg University)

Former Prairie du Chien wrestling standout Nick Rogge (2018 graduate) has earned All-American status as a member of the Augsburg University wrestling team. 

Wed
24
Mar

Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben ready to play spring football


Members of the Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben football team are, front row: Carson Redman, Ethan Karnopp, Brett O’Kane, Jordan Konicheck, Noah LaLande, Jaden Berger, Tristen Starkey, and Ben Bird. Second row: Joey Oppriecht, Anthony Hall, Brandon Nickels, Ryan Fralick, Nicholas Walz, Gabe Kapinus, Cohen Redman, Evan Payne, and Lavern Atkinson. Third row: Michael Zinkle, Damian Hall, Jonah Klema, Chase Dahl, Ethan Klema, Jaden Starkey, Lucious Cooley, Paul Krachey, Brennan Wallin, and Matt Dahl. Back row: Coach Brad Gillitzer, Coach Cody Mullikin, Coach Derrick Joy, and Head Coach Justin Goodrich. (Photo by Lindsey Ludvik Photography)

The Seneca/Wauzeka-Steuben High School football team has been practicing and is ready to begin its spring season.

The Blue-Golds will play a five-game schedule this spring, and all fans are welcome. There are no restrictions for spectators.

Wed
24
Mar

Seneca volleyball enjoying spring season


Members of the Seneca volleyball team are, front row: Halle Lenzendorf, Nicky Trautsch, Grace Check, Lindsey Sime, and Bridget Hagensick. Second row: Ella Greene, Jorja Clark, Anya Aspenson, Kendra Chambers, Ava Payne, Delaney Boland, and Aubrey Wallin. Back row: Head Coach Jessica Dworshack, Assistant Coach Angie Mabb, and Assistant Coach Susie Garfoot. (Photo by Lindsey Ludvik Photography)

The Seneca High School volleyball team began competition almost as soon as the winter sports season was concluded this year.

Wed
10
Mar

Are you ready for some football?!

SWS Blue-Golds look forward to spring season By Ted Pennekamp

 

Wed
10
Mar

Wauzeka-Steuben has season to remember


Gavin Ralph goes up for two during the second half versus Hustisford in a Division 5 semifinal at the State Basketball Tournament in the La Crosse Center Thursday morning, March 4. “I couldn’t be any more proud of the way my guys came out and played with confidence and represented Wauzeka-Steuben in such a positive way,” said Head Coach Isaiah Okey. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Nate Martin defends at the point of attack during second-half action at the state tournament.

Garett Kapinus (10) and Caydon Lomas (3) play defense against Hustisford.

Garett Kapinus shoots as Coach Isaiah Okey looks on.

Gavin Ralph displays defensive intensity at the state tournament Thursday.

Caydon Lomas maneuvers against Hustisford.

The Hornets’ Ethan Klema drives for a shot during the state tournament.

Gavin Ralph scores in the first half versus Hustisford in a Division 5 semifinal at the State Basketball Tournament in the La Crosse Center Thursday morning, March 4.

By Ted Pennekamp

 

Wed
03
Mar

Two PdC/F gymnasts do well at State Meet


Alyssa Schoepp and Madilyn Fisher competed at the State Meet Saturday. (Photos by Chesney Kazda)

Alyssa Schoepp competes on the floor exercise at the State Gymnastics Meet.

Madilyn Fisher does a pike tsuke on the vault while Coach Alex Udelhofen watches Saturday at the State Gymnastics Meet.

On Saturday, Feb. 27, Prairie du Chien/Fennimore gymnasts Madilyn Fisher and Alyssa Schoepp traveled to Onalaska for the WIAA State Gymnastics Meet. This year’s State Meet was done in two different sessions. The girls competed in the first session and did not know their results until later that night. 

Wed
03
Mar

Wauzeka-Steuben boys heading to State


The Hornets’ Garett Kapinus scores against visiting Port Edwards Thursday night in the sectional semifinal. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Wauzeka-Steuben’s Gavin Ralph drives the lane for a bucket versus Port Edwards on Feb. 25 in the sectional semifinal.

Caydon Lomas blows past the Port Edwards defender and drives hard to the hoop.

Nate Martin looks for a shot along the right baseline in second-half action against Port Edwards.

By Ted Pennekamp

 

Wed
24
Feb

Two Prairie du Chien-Fennimore gymnasts heading to State Meet


Two Prairie du Chien/Fennimore gymnasts qualified for the State Gymnastics Meet to be held in Onalaska on Feb. 27. Madilyn Fisher is on left and Alyssa Schoepp is on the right. Fisher will compete on the vault. She placed fifth at the sectional meet with a score of 9.15. Schoepp will compete on the floor exercise. She placed fourth at the sectional with a score of 9.025.

Madison Otts performs in the floor exercise at the sectional meet. Otts added a more difficult leap pass and a tumbling pass for the sectional.

On Thursday, Feb. 18, the Prairie du Chien/Fennimore gymnastics team traveled to Onalaska for the Sectional Meet. 

The team placed seventh with the second-highest score of the season, 123.95. River Falls placed first with a score of 140.90. Sparta finished in second place with a score of 136.225. 

Wed
24
Feb

Prairie du Chien wrestlers 2nd at State Team Tournament


The Prairie du Chien wrestling team displays their State Runnerup trophy. Team members are, front row: Bryce Priebe, Brogan Brewer, Drake Ingham, Maddox Cejka, Ryder Koenig, Rhett Koenig, Luke Kramer, Kurt Wall, Ty Wagner, Mason Baumgartner, Mason Idhe, and Aydan Ihde. Back row: Coach Cory Koenig, Coach Jon Quamme, Coach Jake Heuston, Head Coach Mike Rogge, Drew Hird, Christian Black, Matt Rogge, Bradyn Saint, Chase Fisher, Chad Achenbach, Kyle Quick, Jayden Johnson, Sheyenne Ronnfeldt, Manager Gabey Lenzendorf, Coach Nick Rogge, Coach Ryan Saint, and Coach Traeton Saint.

Senior Jayden Johnson works to take down his Amery opponent in the 285# match.

Senior Chase Fisher uses a wing with a far side wrist as he works to turn his Amery opponent at 170#. Fisher would record a 10-2 major decision.

Senior Matt Rogge applies tight pressure as he rides his Winneconne opponent. Rogge would win by fall.

On Saturday, Feb. 20, Adams/Friendship was the host of the WIAA D2 Team State Wrestling Championships. PDC was in the tournament for the second straight year, and were looking to make some noise following last year’s one point loss in the semifinals. The four teams at State were made up of some very good wrestlers, many of them State Champs, Placewinners, and Qualifiers. Here’s a quick reference as to just how good these teams are:

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