Category Archives: D.C. Everest

WVC Soccer Roundup: Looking good for openers Tuesday

By Steve Hill April 8, 2019 What a difference a year makes. Even with the threat of a major snowstorm this weekend, the Wisconsin Valley Conference girls’ soccer season already has a sunnier outlook, with three conference games getting underway at 7 p.m. Tuesday after the entire first half of the season was cancelled last… Read More »

Everest ties Prairie School, 7-7, in wild contest

CWS Sports Desk April 6, 2019 Wind Point — The Prairie School scored four goals in a 7-minute period late in the game to storm back from a big deficit and tie D.C. Everest Saturday. After Sarah Lorge scored an unassisted goal in the 75th minute to put the Evergreens up 7-3, Everest appeared to… Read More »

Everest rolls over DeForest

CWS Sports Desk April 5, 2019 DeForest– The D.C. Everest Evergreens got home runs from Owen Lantendresse and Brady Sendelbach en route to a 18-5 victory over DeForest on Friday afternoon. Latendresse finished the game with two hits, including a double, and four RBI, while Sendelbach had three hits, including two doubles, and four RBI.… Read More »

Everest earns split vs. Chi Hi

CWS Sports Desk April 5, 2019 Chippewa Falls– The D.C. Everest Evergreens earned a split with Chippewa Falls on Friday in non-conference softball action. Everest won game one 4-0 an dropped the second game 7-5. Everest is now 1-1 on the young season and will open Wisconsin Valley Conference play on April 9 against Wausau West.

WVC Soccer Roundup: Competitive climate unchanged as 2019 girls’ season opens

By Steve Hill April 2, 2019 After last year’s bizarre weather cancelled the first half of the league season, girls’ soccer gets underway in 2019 with hopes for different environmental circumstances, but expectations of exciting play in a Wisconsin Valley Conference race with teams returning most of their firepower. “The first thing is we’re expecting… Read More »

CWS Men’s NCAA Basketball Bracket Challenge a tight race heading to the Final Four

By David Keech April 1, 2019 Minneapolis-– The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has reached the Final Four, and area ‘experts’ trying their hand at predicting the winners have been battling it out for supremacy in 2019. With just three games left to play, the 96 entries are bunched tight at the top. With only #1… Read More »

Everest soccer opens with two solid wins

CWS Sports Desk March 30, 2019 La Crosse — The D.C. Everest girls’ soccer team opened its 2019 season with an impressive 2-0 win over state sectional finalist Janesville Craig Friday and followed up with a 3-2 victory over Cedarburg at the UW-La Crosse Invite Saturday. Junior forward Maddie Simpson, an all-state player in 2018,… Read More »

Northern Wisconsin Basketball Officiating Clinic spots filling up fast

For CWS JUNE 21–23, 2019 – RIVER FALLS, WISCONSIN “Officials Helping Officials” About the Camp: Since 2005, the Northern Wisconsin Basketball Officiating Camp (NWBOC) has provided classroom and on-court instruction to officials who wanted to improve and grow in their officiating. The camp teaches officiating principles and philosophies that apply at any level. Camp clinicians… Read More »

Wisconsin Woodchucks add two more to 2019 roster

CWS Sports Desk March 28, 2019 Wausau— The Wisconsin Woodchucks add two Juniors, Will Bausinger from Missouri Southern State University and Lawrence Cicileo from Adelphi University, to the 2019 roster. Will Bausinger, a 6’0”, 185 lb. Junior is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. Bausinger is the first ever pitcher to throw a perfect game for… Read More »

40-Second Play Clock, State Option for Postseason Instant Replay among changes in High School Football

For CWS March 27,  2019  Indianapolis, IN  — In an effort to establish a more consistent time period between downs in high school football, the play clock will start at 40 seconds instead of 25 seconds in many cases beginning with the 2019 season. This change was one of seven rules revisions recommended by the… Read More »