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JIMMY JABBER Kim and Kris kaput? I called this one
It may seem like only yesterday, and thats because it practically was.
The napkins would have been inscribed August 20th. The TV broadcast was Oct. 10.
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After avenging a four-point regular season loss to Holmen with a 59-38 victory in last Friday’s WIAA regional semifinal in Holmen, the Wildcat boys’ basketball team couldn’t pull off a repeat performance against defending state champion and No. 1 ranked Onalaska Saturday.
The Wildcat girls’ basketball team dropped a 48-34 decision last Tuesday at Eau Claire Memorial before defeating Menomonie, 59-46, the night of Thursday, Feb. 21 on the Mustangs home court in its final two games of the regular season.
The Wildcat boys’ basketball team couldn’t hold on to a third quarter lead against top-ranked Onalaska last Tuesday but came back with victories over New Richmond and St. Paul Highland Park later in the week.
UW-River Falls director of athletics Roger Ternes is one of three individuals who will comprise the inaugural class of the William Woods University Athletics Hall of Fame, the Fulton, Mo., school has announced.
Winners of the local Knights of Columbus annual free throw contest held Friday, Jan. 11, at St. Bridget’s School in River Falls include, front row from left, Hayden Rock, Quinten Voss, Justin Graetz and Nick Simpson. Back row, Dezi Wells, Cassie Meyer, Brooke Nelson and Hannah Perry.
After missing her first three-point attempt of the game Friday, Jan. 18 against Menomonie, Wildcat senior Lexi Knotek made her next seven shots from beyond the arc to finish with 21 points and lead the River Falls girls basketball team to its first Big Rivers Conference win of the season, 61-44, at the high school gym.
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