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Mon
06
Mar

Prairie's Season Ends


Prairie du Chien’s Jonathan Dyer goes up for a shot against visiting Richland Center. (Photos by Rose Ziel)

Josh Lenzendorf and Nathan Banasik block a shot by Richland Center in the regional semifinal Friday night.

Prairie’s Nathan Banasik drives versus Platteville at Prairie du Chien High School in the regional final Saturday.

 

Hillmen end 

Hawks’ season

Fourth seeded Platteville defeated top seeded Prairie du Chien 52-38 in a WIAA Division 3 Regional final to end the Blackhawks’ season Saturday night.

The Hillmen led the Blackhawks 19-13 at the half and then took the second half 33-25 for the win.

Mon
06
Mar

Seneca Boys Advance


Seneca’s Jared Payne passes over the North Crawford defense Friday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Seneca’s Thomas Johnson scores against visiting North Crawford in the regional semifinal Friday night.

Seneca’s Devin Wallin goes in for a lay-up attempt after stealing the ball against North Crawford.

 

Seneca boys 

on to sectional

Top seeded Seneca beat visiting and fourth-seeded Potosi 68-40 in a WIAA Division 5 Regional final Saturday night. 

Seneca, the top ranked team in Division 5, is now 24-0 on the season and advanced to play second-seeded Shullsburg in Reedsburg on March 9 in the sectional semifinal.

Mon
06
Mar

Prairie Gymnast At State


Prairie du Chien freshman Kylee O’Kane prepares to mount the uneven bars at the State Gymnastics Meet in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday. (Photos courtesy of Lynn O’Kane)

Kylee O’Kane performs her uneven bars routine above the watchful eye of Coach Amber Narvaez.

Head Coach Amber Narvaez, Dayton Fleshner, Madyson Boxrucker, Kylee O'Kane, Caitlin Nolan, Jerica Rush and Assistant Coach Tasha Buchheit at the State Gymnastics Meet.

Fans, family and friends show their support for Kylee at the State Gymnastics Meet.

 

O’Kane competes at 

State Gymnastics Meet

Prairie du Chien gymnast, freshman Kylee O’Kane, competed in the State Gymnastics Meet held in Wisconsin Rapids on Saturday. 

O’Kane finished in 22nd place on the uneven bars with a score of 8.133, her highest score ever.

Wed
01
Mar

River Ridge Wins


Cole Crubel drives the middle of the lane and scores two of his game-high 32 points versus Southwestern Tuesday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Brett Moravits drives the left baseline and then passes in first-half action Tuesday night.

Ben Ertz just gets his shot over the Southwestern defender and scores Tuesday night.

Isaac White gets past the Southwestern defender in the first half.

 

River Ridge 

tops Southwestern

Sixth seeded River Ridge beat visiting and 11th seeded Southwestern 64-53 in a WIAA Division 5 Regional boys basketball game Tuesday night. 

Freshman Cole Crubel poured in a game-high 32 points to pace the Timberwolves. 

Tue
28
Feb

Prairie du Chien cheerleaders are best in Small Cheer Dance Division


The Prairie du Chien Competition Cheerleaders are, front row: Katie Licht, Katie Zahara and Mariah Slaght. Middle row: Paige Severson, Bree Holler, Kara Katzung and Archi Patel. Back row: Coach Kelli Saxe, Alana Wedge, Lauren Kennedy, Kina Myers and Morgan Kiesau.

The Prairie du Chien Blackhawk Competition Cheerleaders attended the 2017 WACPC State Cheer Competition on  Saturday, Feb. 25. The event was held at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. 

 

The team competed in the Small Cheer Dance Division.  The cheerleaders earned first place, making them the state champions of that division!

Tue
28
Feb

State Wrestlers


Prairie du Chien's Traeton Saint works for the power-half to turn his opponent. (Photo by Stacie Roen of K&S Photography)

Prairie du Chien’s Stephen Ronnfeldt looks to go on the offensive while on top of Wrightstown’s Matt Van Eperen during the 195-pound quarterfinal match Friday morning. (Photo by Nate Beier)

River Ridge-Cassville’s Ben Wheeler ties up with Random Lake’s Ben Drenski during the 285-pound quarterfinal match Friday morning. Wheeler won by fall to move on to the semifinals, eventually finishing fifth overall. (Photo by Nate Beier)

 

Area wrestlers 

at Individual State Wrestling Tournament

Two Prairie du Chien wrestlers and one from River Ridge-Cassville competed in the State Individual Wrestling Tournament Thursday and Friday at the Kohl Center in Madison. 

Prairie freshman Traeton Saint, wrestling at 132 pounds in Division 2, lost 5-3 to junior Tanner Deist (41-11) of Wautoma-Wild Rose in his first round match. Saint ended his season with a 40-10 record. It is the most wins ever by a Prairie du Chien freshman.

Mon
27
Feb

Prairie Boys Win


Prairie’s Evan Teynor looks to score down low against visiting River Valley. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Chas Sagedahl drives the lane and draws a foul against River Valley Thursday night.

Wesley Schwager scores on a one-hander in the first half.

 

Prairie boys easily 

handle River Valley

Prairie du Chien bested visiting River Valley 64-35 in an SWC boys basketball game Thursday on Senior Night. 

Prairie built a 32-19 lead at halftime and then took the second half 32-16.

Wesley Schwager pumped in 15 points to pace Prairie. Nathan Banasik netted 9 and Jonathan Dyer scored 8. 

Wed
22
Feb

Seneca Girls Win


Seneca’s Jena Konichek looks for a shot against visiting La Farge Tuesday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Makenna Greene looks for a cutting teammate versus La Farge in second half action.

Seneca applies full court pressure in second half action Tuesday night.

Haley Wall goes up for a shot in the lane against La Farge Tuesday night.

 

Seneca girls 

down La Farge

The Seneca girls basketball team bested visiting La Farge 54-39 in a WIAA Division 5 Regional Tuesday night. 

Seneca improved its overall record to 20-2. La Farge ended its season at 6-18. 

Seneca was 14-0 in conference action this season to win the Ridge and Valley title.

Mon
20
Feb

State Wrestlers


Prairie du Chien’s Traeton Saint applies pressure in the quarterfinal match against Erthum of Lodi at the Richland Center Sectional Saturday. Saint would win by decision 14-9. Saint went on to take third to advance to the Division 2 State Wrestling Tournament at 132 pounds. (Photo by Susan Herreid Curtis)

Prairie du Chien’s Stephen Ronnfeldt toes the line against Arneson of Monroe in the 195-pound quarterfinal match at the Richland Center Sectional. Ronnfeldt finished third to earn a trip to the Division 2 State Wrestling Tournament. (Photo by Susan Herreid Curtis)

Ben Wheeler of River Ridge-Cassville pins his Lancaster opponent at regionals on Feb. 11. Wheeler won the championship at 285 pounds on Saturday, Feb. 18 at the Mineral Point Sectional to advance to the Division 3 State Tournament. (Courier Press file photo)

 

Three area wrestlers, from Prairie du Chien

and RR-C, advance to state wrestling meet

Three area wrestlers advanced to the state wrestling tournament following their sectionals Saturday. Traeton Saint and Stephen Ronnfeldt, of Prairie du Chien, advanced to the Division 2 state tournament. Ben Wheeler, of River Ridge-Cassville, advanced in Division 3.

Wed
15
Feb

Wauzeka-Steuben Girls


Tatem Baures of Wauzeka-Steuben shoots from the middle of the lane versus visiting Shullsburg Monday night. (Photos by Ted Pennekamp)

Allison Oswald of the Lady Hornets works against the Shullsburg defense in nonconference action Monday night in Wauzeka.

Jordan Mormann of Wauzeka-Steuben goes up for a shot in the first half against Shullsburg Monday night.

Molly Heisz gets an open shot in front of the basket in first-half action.

 

Miners 

over Lady Hornets

Shullsburg defeated host Wauzeka-Steuben 64-38 in a nonconference girls basketball game Monday night. 

The Miners built a 30-13 halftime advantage en route to the win. 

Tatem Baures led the Lady Hornets with 8 points. Molly Heisz added 7 points. Sienna Krachey chipped with 4 points and hauled down 7 rebounds.

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