The Wildcat baseball team kicked off the 2009 season with a pair of victories, defeating Baldwin-Woodville 7-3 in its opener at home last Tuesday and clobbering Lakeland (Minocqua), 13-1, in five innings Friday at the Metrodome in Minneapolis.
Senior Colin Rogers won the boys’ 1600 meter run and junior Kali Kramolis placed second in the girls’ 55 meter hurdles final to lead their Wildcat track and field teams at the prestigious All-American Invite Saturday at UW-River Falls’ Knowles Center.
Gary Cranston taught his sons well. “Our dad taught us at a very young age: You give more than you take,” Joe Cranston, head coach of the UW-River Falls women’s hockey team, said. “That’s why we’re here; that’s why we’re successful.”
Wildcat senior Colin Rogers leads the pack as it heads into a turn in the boys’ 1600 meter run while junior Kali Kramolis sets her sights on clearing the first hurdle in a heat of the girls’ 55 meter intermediate hurdles during the Cats’ track and field teams’ scrimmages with Hudson last Tuesday at UW-River Falls Knowles Center.
After using a strong defensive effort in the second half to post a 40-29 win over Superior in a regional semifinal last Tuesday, the Wildcat girls’ basketball team came out on the short end of a 52-43 score in the regional final Saturday in Chippewa Falls.
Rachel Paulson won three events, including the all-around title, and Kali Kramolis won the championship on the balance beam to lead the Wildcats to a first place finish at the Big Rivers Conference Gymnastics Tournament Friday in Hudson.
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