Cashton’s Jestin Hemmersbach (left) upends Ithaca-Weston’s Gavin Birch in the 120-pound title match at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championship at Cashton. Hemmersbach was one of five Eagles to win individual titles, leading Cashton to the team championship. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
When Cashton and New Lisbon met on the mat in a conference dual match earlier this season, the Eagles got the short end of the stick. Despite battling to a tie with the Rockets, Cashton lost the match on criteria.
Brookwood 145-pounder Joey Perrigo (right) works to escape from Necedah’s Hunter Olson at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championships. Perrigo got away from Olson in the final seconds to earn a third-place finish and help Brookwood capture third in the team standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Brookwood placed five wrestlers in the top three Saturday to earn a third-place finish in the Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference tournament at Cashton High School.
Brookwood sophomore Angel Brueggen (10) and Bangor sophomore Emma Wittmershaus battle for a loose ball during the first half of Friday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Bangor. Wittmershaus scored 13 points to lead the Lady Cardinals cagers to a 61-44 victory over the Falcons in a battle for the top spot in the SBC standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Emma Wittmershaus is back for Bangor, and so are the Lady Cardinal cagers.
Sparta’s James Gann (left) takes down Logan’s Dion Smith in the second period of the 170-pound match at Thursday’s Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling match at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Gann picked up one of 10 pins recorded by the Spartans en route to a 64-15 thumping of the Rangers. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sparta recorded 10 pins – including six in the first period – to hammer La Crosse Logan 64-15 in Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling action at Alton Ask Gymnasium Thursday night.
Tomah’s Madisyn Brey (23) goes up for a layup between Logan Rangers Tyanna Washa (2) and Dariyan Adams (4) in the first half of Friday’s Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball game at Tomah. Brey scored 11 points for the Timberwolves, but Logan used a second-half rally to edge Tomah 49-48. Photo by John Froelich.
Logan erased a six-point halftime deficit with a big second half to edge the Timberwolves 49-48 in Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball action at Tomah Friday night.
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   Sparta City Attorney Richard “Dick” Heitman plans to retire at the end of 2016.    Heitman, who owns the law firm of Rice & Heitman LLC in Sparta, has been the city’s attorney for 31 years.
Cashton’s Jestin Hemmersbach (left) upends Ithaca-Weston’s Gavin Birch in the 120-pound title match at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championship at Cashton. Hemmersbach was one of five Eagles to win individual titles, leading Cashton to the team championship. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Brookwood 145-pounder Joey Perrigo (right) works to escape from Necedah’s Hunter Olson at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championships. Perrigo got away from Olson in the final seconds to earn a third-place finish and help Brookwood capture third in the team standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Brookwood sophomore Angel Brueggen (10) and Bangor sophomore Emma Wittmershaus battle for a loose ball during the first half of Friday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Bangor. Wittmershaus scored 13 points to lead the Lady Cardinals cagers to a 61-44 victory over the Falcons in a battle for the top spot in the SBC standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sparta’s James Gann (left) takes down Logan’s Dion Smith in the second period of the 170-pound match at Thursday’s Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling match at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Gann picked up one of 10 pins recorded by the Spartans en route to a 64-15 thumping of the Rangers. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Tomah’s Madisyn Brey (23) goes up for a layup between Logan Rangers Tyanna Washa (2) and Dariyan Adams (4) in the first half of Friday’s Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball game at Tomah. Brey scored 11 points for the Timberwolves, but Logan used a second-half rally to edge Tomah 49-48. Photo by John Froelich.
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Cashton’s Jestin Hemmersbach (left) upends Ithaca-Weston’s Gavin Birch in the 120-pound title match at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championship at Cashton. Hemmersbach was one of five Eagles to win individual titles, leading Cashton to the team championship. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
When Cashton and New Lisbon met on the mat in a conference dual match earlier this season, the Eagles got the short end of the stick. Despite battling to a tie with the Rockets, Cashton lost the match on criteria. Saturday, the Eagles got their revenge, running away with the Scenic Ridge and Rivers...
Brookwood 145-pounder Joey Perrigo (right) works to escape from Necedah’s Hunter Olson at Saturday’s Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference wrestling championships. Perrigo got away from Olson in the final seconds to earn a third-place finish and help Brookwood capture third in the team standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Brookwood placed five wrestlers in the top three Saturday to earn a third-place finish in the Scenic Ridge and Rivers Conference tournament at Cashton High School. Ben DeWitt led the way for the Falcon grapplers with an individual title at 138 pounds. DeWitt pinned Necedah’s Stetson Meltesen in the...
Brookwood sophomore Angel Brueggen (10) and Bangor sophomore Emma Wittmershaus battle for a loose ball during the first half of Friday’s Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball game at Bangor. Wittmershaus scored 13 points to lead the Lady Cardinals cagers to a 61-44 victory over the Falcons in a battle for the top spot in the SBC standings. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Emma Wittmershaus is back for Bangor, and so are the Lady Cardinal cagers. The sophomore scored 13 points and fueled a 14-0 run midway through the second half to lead the Cards to a 61-44 victory over Brookwood in Scenic Bluffs Conference girls basketball action at Bangor High School Friday night....
Sparta’s James Gann (left) takes down Logan’s Dion Smith in the second period of the 170-pound match at Thursday’s Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling match at Alton Ask Gymnasium. Gann picked up one of 10 pins recorded by the Spartans en route to a 64-15 thumping of the Rangers. Photo by J.P. Schaller.
Sparta recorded 10 pins – including six in the first period – to hammer La Crosse Logan 64-15 in Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling action at Alton Ask Gymnasium Thursday night. The win came just a week after the Spartan grapplers were stunned by a 46-24 MVC loss at Tomah. Kyle Erickson got...
Tomah’s Madisyn Brey (23) goes up for a layup between Logan Rangers Tyanna Washa (2) and Dariyan Adams (4) in the first half of Friday’s Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball game at Tomah. Brey scored 11 points for the Timberwolves, but Logan used a second-half rally to edge Tomah 49-48. Photo by John Froelich.
Logan erased a six-point halftime deficit with a big second half to edge the Timberwolves 49-48 in Mississippi Valley Conference girls basketball action at Tomah Friday night. Tomah was solid in the opening half, forging a 30-24 advantage over the opening 18-minute frame. The Rangers answered in...
The Timberwolf grapplers continued to dominate on the mat Thursday night, rolling to a 63-18 victory over Onalaska in Mississippi Valley Conference wrestling action at Tomah High School. Tomah won 11 of 14 matches, including three by pins, to extend its current dual-match winning streak to 14. The...
The mayoral race for Tomah has another candidate. Pete Peterson, a former Tomah City Council alderman and present Monroe County Board supervisor, registered as a write-in candidate Feb. 5. Peterson is the second write-in candidate. He is joined by Romberto Remy Gomez. Both men are seeking the seat...

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