Eight area athletes will compete at the girls’ state tennis tournament while conference titles will be decided in football and cross country.
WIAA Individual State Tournament
Players from Hudson and New Richmond will be competing for state titles at the three-day tournament in Madison. For Hudson, Lily Holmberg qualified in singles play while Grace Lewis and Grace Hanson are seeded 16th in the 64-team doubles field. Raiders Nicole Hockin and Jenna Simmons will also compete in doubles. New Richmond’s Izzy Brinkman, and the doubles team of MhKellan Storie and Bella Baillargeon will represent the Tigers.
Details: Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 13-15, UW-Madison Nielsen Tennis Stadium
Hudson vs. New Richmond
The Raiders and Tigers have already qualified for the postseason, but Friday’s regular season finale could have conference title implications with Hudson entering the game tied for first with River Falls at 5-1 (7-1 overall) and New Richmond just one game back and tied for second with Chippewa Falls at 4-2 (6-2 overall).
Details: Friday, Oct. 14, 7 p.m., Hudson High School Raider Stadium
Big Rivers Conference Championships
Runners from Hudson, River Falls and New Richmond will hit the 5,000 meter course at the Hudson Middle School to decide 2022 individual and conference champions. Hudson is the defending boys’ champion and has won five of the last six BRC titles while Menomonie is the defending girls’ champ.
Details: Saturday, Oct. 15, 10 a.m., Hudson Middle School