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Tue
05
Dec

Viroqua stops Prairie boys 59-48 in non-conference contest


PdC’s Dawson Eastman (32) looks to pass to teammate Sam Kramer (20). (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Nick McCullick (22) shoots a mid-range jump shot. The Viroqua Blackhawks, coached by Prairie alum Matt Mezera, defeated the PdC Blackhawks 59-48 in PdC’s opener. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Max Schneider (50) blocks the shot of Viroqua’s Solomon Murdock. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Senior Tyler Harris puts the ball up against the glass for two points. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Junior Brady Lenzendorf launches a three point attempt during the first half. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

The Hawks' Zach Mezera looks for an open teammate to pass the ball to. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Max Schneider rises above the Viroqua defense for a shot. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Tyler Harris holds the ball as he waits for a play to unfold. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

Prairie girls defeated twice at home, then lose on the road at Oregon to end week


PdC’s Cam Knapp (10) defends Oregon’s Evelyn Lavoy. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Greenlee Krahn (4) launches a shot in front of the Prairie student section during the Hawks loss at Oregon. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Prairie’s Tannah Radloff dives to knock the ball away from the Oregon offense. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Karly Kramer (32) goes up for a layup against Platteville. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Claire Kennedy (34) looks for a teammate to pass the ball to as Oregon’s Teagan Schoenecker guards her. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Tessa Czajkowski Higgins releases the ball for a basket. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Prairie junior Rita Achenbach fights to get through the Oregon Panthers defense. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

Wauzeka-Steuben boys hoops fall to Southwestern, Lancaster


Alex Manning brings the ball up the court past Southwestern's Bryce Pearce (55) and Aiden Keleher (1). (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Alex Manning (left) and Nicholas Walz (right) trap a Wildcat guard. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Alex Manning (10), Cohen Redman (20), and Julius Cooley (5) get ready to play tough defense against the visitors from Hazel Green. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Junior Brett Wagner launches a three-point attempt in the first half. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Sophomore Clint Mitchell (2) and senior Alex Manning (10) attempt to trap Southwestern's Aiden Keleher. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Hornet senior Cohen Redman (20) saves the ball from going out of bounds moments before he crashes into the wall as teammate Brett Wagner (32) waits to receive the pass. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Cooper Lomas fires a fade away shot against a crowd of Wildcat defenders, including one unidentified player who took the brunt of Lomas momentum. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Southwestern's Cayden DeMuth (22) looks for another teammate to pass to instead of trying to get the ball past Hornet big man Jonah Klema (50) as Cooper Lomas (24) guards Everett Droessler (10). (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Senior Lucius Cooley shows off his leaping ability by laying the ball off the glass with ease. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Sophomore Theodore Millin passes the ball early in the first half. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

Timberwolves improve to 3-1 following two wins last week

By A.J. Gates

 

Tue
05
Dec

River Ridge boys improve to 2-1 with win at Southwestern

By A.J. Gates

 

Tue
05
Dec

W-S girls drub North Crawford Trojans 76-34 in R&V opener


Hornet senior Morgan Berger looks to avoid North Crawford’s Gina Yonker in order to go up for a layup. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Kiley Manning brings the ball up the court against the defense of North Crawford junior Anna Chamberlain. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Ally Wall saves the ball from going out of bounds for the Hornets. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Sisters Ally (42) and Emma Wall (10) pressure North Crawford's Sophie Ambrose alongside a hidden Hornet teammate. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Isabella Bunders fires a pass to a teammate just out of frame. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Wauzeka-Steuben senior Martha Backstrom (34) makes Trojan player Gina Yonker think twice about attacking the basket as Cameron Hurda (5) watches nearby. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Macy Mitchell delivers a pass into the post for the Hornets. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Cameron Hurda (5) steals the ball from North Crawford's Elizabeth Stovey as Elizabeth Wright (3) and Ally Wall (42) look on. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Cameron Hurda (partially hidden) fights through a screen as she guards the Trojan ball carrier while teammates Ally Wall (42) and Natalie Wright (21) cover North Crawford junior Anna Chamberlain (3).

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

NC/S wrestlers have busy first week with two triangular meets


Pictured here are the Seneca members of the 2023-24 North Crawford/Seneca Wrestling team (from left to right): Sawyer Swiggum, Thomas Sprosty, and Jaren Grimsled. (Erika Clark/Submitted Photo)

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

Royall tops Seneca boys 59-15

By Derick Kelly

 

Tue
05
Dec

Seneca girls drop home game to the Boscobel Bulldogs 69-31

By Derick Kelly

 

Wed
29
Nov

Prairie du Chien girls basketball moves to 2-0 on season with 71-52 non-conference victory over the Logan Rangers


PdC’s Tessa Czajkowski Higgins passes around Ranger defender Aaliyah Hamilton during the Hawks 71-52 victory. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Junior guard Greenlee Krahn launches a first half jump shot in the photo on the right. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Despite tough defense by La Crosse Logan’s Emmerson Harcey, Prairie’s Cam Knapp still found enough space to take a shot from the perimeter. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Tannah Radloff (14) and Claire Kennedy (34) both try to keep Logan senior Aaliyah Hamilton from driving the lane during the Hawks win over La Crosse Logan on Nov. 21. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Tannah Radloff goes up for a layup after stealing a Ranger pass. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Karly Kramer gets in front of Ranger senior Aaliyah Hamilton. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

Tannah Radloff (14) and Rita Achenbach (30) defend the paint as La Crosse Logan’s Aaliyah Hamilton drives the lane. (Derick Kelly/Courier Press)

By Derick Kelly

 

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