Friday marked the start of the MVC opener as Aquinas traveled across town to take on the Onalaska Hilltoppers. Both teams entered the night with a 1-1 record. As the rain held off, it was sure to be a good night of high school football.
It's a year of change for the Altoona football team. Gone is Kevin Garnett as head coach, who guided the Rails to back-to-back playoff appearances the last two years and in is former Eau Claire Memorial assistant Steve English. Altoona looks to build upon those playoff appearances, which both ended in first round defeats at Osceola.
It's a Fourth of July tradition at Carson Park. Eau Claire Legion hosting Chippewa Falls Legion. The two senior teams have split their two meetings earlier this season. The last meeting at Carson Park, Trevor Olson struck out 14 for Chippewa Falls in a 2-1 win over Eau Claire.
An annual event raising money for local youth organizations met this morning and as it's done every year they held it on the golf course. Turtleback Golf Course up in Rice Lake was the host of today's Celebrity Golf Classic in support of Rice Lake area youth organizations.
After getting beat in the state quarterfinal last season, the Eau Claire North baseball team made the trip to Appleton today to try and make it into the semis. This year, their opponent? A tough task as they took on undefeated Green Bay Preble.
Out-of-pocket costs for some area students suffering concussions may no longer be a concern. The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) says its setting up an insurance policy to cover student-athletes in member schools. Fox 25/48's Jessica Bringe has more.
We're only a few weeks into the high school track and field season and already there's been some outstanding performances, but maybe none better than Bloomer senior Kyra Arendt leaping her way into the record books with the 9th best triple jump in state history.