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SV High Art students demo pottery skills at a past 'Filling Empty Bowls' event. Sun-Argus file photo
SV High Art students demo pottery skills at a past 'Filling Empty Bowls' event. Sun-Argus file photo
Friday, March 24, 2017 12:05 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI – The planning has been months in the making, and everyone involved in the upcoming “Filling Empty Bowls” event scheduled for Tuesday, April 4 2017 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. is hoping for a large turnout.

  • 3rd annual ‘Filling Empty Bowls’ event scheduled for April 4

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – The planning has been months in the making, and everyone involved in the upcoming “Filling Empty Bowls” event scheduled for Tuesday, April 4 2017 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. is hoping for a large turnout.

  • Five starters earn All-Conference honors for Cardinal Boys

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The voting for the Dunn-St. Croix All-Conference teams was held recently, and despite the fact that the Cardinals didn’t take first place in the conference, they had more players on the All-Conference teams than any other team in the conference.

  • Boys’ hoops has historic night Friday before bowing out of tournament Saturday

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – It was a bittersweet week for the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team as they topped Plum City-Elmwood in a historic game on Friday night before falling to Eau Claire Regis on Saturday night in the regional championship game in the WIAA Tournament.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – As the girls’ season came to an end, the All-Conference teams were selected for the Dunn-St. Croix Conference.

    Spring Valley senior Katy Schreiber was the lone Cardinal on the All-Conference teams. Schreiber led the team in free throws, making 26-of-38 for a .684 shooting percentage. She was third on the team in scoring with an average of five points per game and averaged 3.7 rebounds per contest as well.

  • Cardinal wrestlers fall short at State in semi-final loss

    MADISON, WI - Coming in, the Cardinals knew it was going to be tough sledding at the WIAA team wrestling tournament in Madison last weekend.

  • Lady Cards fall to Durand in season finale

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The 2016-17 girls’ basketball season came to an end last Saturday night in Durand, but not before the Cardinals exacted some revenge on Plum City/Elmwood in the WIAA opener earlier in the week.

  • Three wrestlers finish on podium for SV/E, team state this weekend!

    MADISON, WI - The Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team sent five individuals to the state wrestling meet this past weekend, three of them came home with some hardware.

  • PLUM CITY, WI - If you haven’t come out to watch the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team play, you might want to get there tomorrow night as they open play against the winner of the Plum City/Elmwood versus Boyceville game from last Tuesday.

  • All 5 SV/E wrestlers advance to state tournament today

    INDEPENDENCE, WI - The Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team brought five wrestlers to the WIAA Individual Sectional tournament this past weekend. Those same five wrestlers are in Madison today as they all advanced to the WIAA Individual State Tournament this week.

  • PLUM CITY, WI - In their regular season finale the Cardinals were hoping to make a statement against a team they were facing in the first round of the WIAA tournament this past Tuesday.

    Unfortunately, that plan didn’t go so well for the Cardinals as they struggled in a physical game containing the inside play of the Wolves.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - Despite a tough loss to Elk Mound earlier in the week, the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team kept their heads up and focused on the next game, which was at home last Friday against Durand in the regular season home finale. By beating the Panthers and increasing their overall record to 16-5 they assured themselves of a number two seed in their WIAA Division 4 Regional bracket, with play starting next Tuesday.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The following is the Quarter 2-Semester 1 Honor Roll for the Spring Valley Middle-High School - updated on 2/2/2017:

    HONOR ROLL BASED ON SEMESTER 1 GPA – 4.0
    Graduation Year:  2017 -
    Brock Bune, Tatum Huntress, Grace Larson, Zachary Maier, Kaitlyn Schreiber and Craig Wyss.
    Graduation Year: 2018 -
    Julian Davis and Carley Laffin.
    Graduation Year: 2019
    - Dylan Bosshart, Ivy Kunde, Madison Maier and Lauren Peabody.
    Graduation Year: 2020 -
    Savannah Carlberg, Taylor Falde, Clara Gland, Kari Hybben, Jed Larson, Kristine Miller, Isabelle Peterson and Hope Webb.
  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The end of the season is near for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team as they wrap up their regular season on Thursday at Plum City, then get the opportunity to host the same team at home in the first round of the WIAA playoffs next Tuesday.

    Valley earned the eighth seed in the 12-team field for their bracket in Division 4, just ahead of Plum City/Elmwood. The winner of the game gets to play top-seeded Durand on Friday, February 24. The game Tuesday will be at 7:00.

  • SVHS choir members Bawek, Graham, and Williams participate in Dorian Festival Choir

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Congratulations to SVHS choir members Alex Bawek, Haley Graham, and Destiny Williams for being selected to participate in this year’s Dorian Festival Choir on January 15 – 17, at Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The end of the season is near for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team as they wrap up their regular season on Thursday at Plum City, then get the opportunity to host the same team at home in the first round of the WIAA playoffs next Tuesday.

    Valley earned the eighth seed in the 12-team field for their bracket in Division 4, just ahead of Plum City/Elmwood. The winner of the game gets to play top-seeded Durand on Friday, February 24. The game Tuesday will be at 7:00.

  • SV Wrestling takes another regional title; 5 advance to individual sectionals

    CLEAR LAKE, WI – For the sixth straight year the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team has advanced to the team sectional tournament, this time by the slightest of margins.

  • Schlegel, Merth take titles at BR/DSC Challenge, team finishes second

    RIVER FALLS, WI - The run continues for the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team as they finished as the top Dunn-St. Croix Conference team at the Big Rivers/Dunn-St. Croix Conference Challenge here last weekend.

  • Girls’ hoops team scores another win, top Mondovi 41-40

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - On a night when parents were honored for all their dedication to their daughters over the course of the season, it was really everyone’s honor to watch the team come together and gut out a win over Mondovi here last week.

  • Boys’ fall to Elk Mound, rebound with pair of D-SC wins

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - They say that two out of three ain’t bad. Tell that to the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team. The Cardinals, who had been ranked eighth in last weeks state poll in division four, fell out of the top 10 in the state after suffering their fourth loss of the season, and first conference loss, to Elk Mound. The Cardinals will face the Mounders in a rematch next Tuesday in Elk Mound for what appears to be the showdown for the D-SC conference title.

  • Cardinal wrestlers claim conference title with win over Boyceville

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - In sports, sometimes just a few ticks of the clock can make all difference between a win and a loss. That was most definitely the case last week against a tough Boyceville squad for the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team.

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