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Sports Overtime - Friday

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Hudson wins the BRC title outright with a home win over Menomonie Hudson wins the BRC title outright with a home win over Menomonie
Superior edges Chippewa Falls to keep the Cardinals out of the WIAA playoffs Superior edges Chippewa Falls to keep the Cardinals out of the WIAA playoffs
Stanley-Boyd's Craig Mason heads for the end zone in the Orioles win at EC Regis Stanley-Boyd's Craig Mason heads for the end zone in the Orioles win at EC Regis
Colby wins at Altoona to keep the Railroaders out of the WIAA playoffs Colby wins at Altoona to keep the Railroaders out of the WIAA playoffs
Somerset pulls away from Durand Somerset pulls away from Durand

HS FOOTBALL

Big Rivers

 

MENOMONIE   10

HUDSON   28

Mustangs: 6-1 (8-1), Raiders: 7-0 (8-1)

Hudson wins BRC title

 

SUPERIOR   42

CHIPPEWA FALLS   34

Spartans: 5-2 (7-2), Cardinals: 3-4 (3-6)

 

RICE LAKE   7

RIVER FALLS   9

Warriors: 1-6 (3-6), Warriors: 1-6 (1-7)

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Cloverbelt

 

STANLEY-BOYD   18

EAU CLAIRE REGIS   3

Orioles: 7-0 (9-0), Ramblers: 4-3 (5-4)

 

COLBY   31

ALTOONA   28

Hornets: 6-1 (8-1), Railroaders: 3-4 (3-6)

 

FALL CREEK   13

SPENCER/COLUMBUS   26

Crickets: 4-3 (5-3), Rockets: 2-5 (3-6)

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Cloverwood

 

OWEN-WITHEE   20

ATHENS   30

Blackhawks: 8-1 (8-1), Blue Jays: 8-1 (8-1)

 

GREENWOOD/GRANTON   14

GILMAN   28

 

ABBOTSFORD   30

LOYAL   55

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Middle Border

 

DURAND   19

SOMERSET   38

Panthers: 5-2 (6-3), Spartans: 6-1 (8-1)

 

ELLSWORTH   17

PRESCOTT   14

Panthers: 7-0 (9-0), Cardinals: 4-3 (6-3)

 

NEW RICHMOND   17

OSCEOLA   14

Tigers: 2-4 (2-6), Chieftains: 2-4 (4-4)

 

BALDWIN-WOODVILLE   42

AMERY   15

Blackhawks: 1-6 (2-7), Warriors: 0-7 (1-8)

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Dunn-St. Croix

 

COLFAX   18

BOYCEVILLE   14

Vikings: 3-3 (5-3), Bulldogs: 1-5 (3-6)

 

GLENWOOD CITY   30

SPRING VALLEY   29

Hilltoppers: 5-1 (8-1), Cardinals: 3-3 (6-3)

 

ELK MOUND   6

ST. CROIX CENTRAL   41

Mounders: 0-6 (1-8), Panthers: 3-3 (3-6)

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Heart O'North

 

BLOOMER   41

NORTHWESTERN   0

Blackhawks: 7-0 (8-1), Tigers: 2-5 (4-5)

 

CHETEK-WEYERHAEUSER   28

BARRON   0

Bulldogs: 6-1 (8-1), Golden Bears: 3-4 (4-5)

 

CUMBERLAND   42

LADYSMITH   12

Beavers: 4-3 (5-4), Lumberjacks: 0-7 (0-9)

 

SPOONER   46

HAYWARD   14

Rails: 5-2 (6-3), Hurricanes: 1-6 (1-8)

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Dairyland

 

AUGUSTA   12

BLAIR-TAYLOR   22

 

ELEVA-STRUM   14

INDEPENDENCE/GILMANTON   41

 

COCHRANE-FOUNTAIN CITY   46

LINCOLN   14

 

WHITEHALL   19

MELROSE-MINDORO   12

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Lakeland

 

ELMWOOD/PLUM CITY   13

PEPIN/ALMA   42

 

WEBSTER   42

FLAMBEAU   12

 

CLAYTON   56

GRANTSBURG   26

 

UNITY   16

CAMERON   40

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Non-Conference

 

OSSEO-FAIRCHILD   22

MONDOVI   24

Buffaloes: 9-0

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8-man

 

NEW AUBURN   52

BIRCHWOOD   8

 

SIREN   24

BRUCE   46

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GIRLS HS TENNIS

WIAA State Individual Championships

 

For compete brackets & results, click on the link

under "More Information." 

 

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL

WIAC

 

UW-EAU CLAIRE   0

UW-WHITEWATER   42

Blugolds: 0-3 (0-6), Warhawks: 3-0 (6-0)

 

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MEN'S COLLEGE HOCKEY

Non-Conference

 

WISCONSIN   2

BOSTON COLLEGE   9

Badgers: 2-1, Eagles: 2-1

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