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Saturday, November 18, 2017
The 2017-18 Spring Valley Girls’ Basketball players. Photo by Ron Cipriano
The 2017-18 Spring Valley Girls’ Basketball players. Photo by Ron Cipriano
Friday, November 17, 2017 12:05 AM

SPRING VALLEY, WI - Sean Hoolihan enters his second season at the helm of the girls’ varsity program looking for inexperienced players to get experience fast, and they will.

  • Cardinal girls’ hoops looking for newcomers to step up

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Sean Hoolihan enters his second season at the helm of the girls’ varsity program looking for inexperienced players to get experience fast, and they will.

  • Larson, Fesenmaier lead contingent of seven Cardinals on All-Conference teams

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - For a team that was picked to finish fifth place in the conference, the Spring Valley football team placed seven players on the various All-Conference teams after finishing in second place.

  • Wegner the lone Cardinal to make All-Conference volleyball

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Spring Valley volleyball team finished directly in the middle of the conference standings at the end of the season.

  • Football season ends with tough loss to Regis in Level 2

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – To beat a team like Eau Claire Regis, you have to play a flawless game. Unfortunately, for the Cardinals, they didn’t play a flawless game.

  • ELK MOUND, WI - In the end, they just came up against a buzzsaw of a team.

    The Spring Valley volleyball team had their season end abruptly last Tuesday when they faced off against Elk Mound in the opening round of the WIAA tournament.

  • BOYCEVILLE, WI - The weather all of last week was beautiful, but when it came time to run the WIAA Sectional Cross Country Meet in Boyceville on Saturday morning, it was a storm brewing.

    The cold and rain left no runners without mud on them, and for the Spring Valley teams unfortunately, it was all they could take away.

  • Kado, Cardinals dominate Whitehall, Regis next in Level 2

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The scoring, literally, came fast and furiously for the Cardinals, as they scored early and often in both halves of the game.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - it’s always nice for a team that’s struggling to head into the playoffs on a winning note. That’s just what the Cardinals did last week when they swept Elmwood in three games then took Durand in five games on parents night in the season finale.

    SV 3, Elmwood 0
    The cardinals dispatched Elmwood in three games by scores of 25-18, 25-21 and 25-18.

  • Valley places two on cross country all-conference teams

    COLFAX, WI - For many runners, the season will end this Saturday at the WIAA Sectional meet in Boyceville, but for a possible few, the opportunity to advance to the state meet is a viable option. Two potential runners that may get that chance to advance are seniors Calvin Kotval and Julian Davis.

  • Football team falls short of conference title, hosts Whitehall tomorrow

    ELK MOUND, WI - The regular season came to a close last Friday night with the Cardinals perfect regular season record now blemished.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The regular season for the Spring Valley volleyball team comes to a close and while they have been playing some games really well, they are struggling to find another win in conference play.

    The Cardinals lost to Elk Mound and Plum City in some tough games. Valley is 9-14 overall and just 1-5 in conference play on the season. They finished the regular season with a game this past Tuesday at Elmwood and Thursday the home finale against Durand.

  • Cardinal runners prep for conference, sectionals by running in Eleva, Amery

    ELEVA, WI – The high school cross country season is winding down with the D-SC conference meet Thursday in Colfax and the WIAA Sectional meet next week in Boyceville on Saturday, October 21.

  • Cards top Toppers, showdown with Elk Mound next

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Every season in Spring Valley for the past five years starts with the same goals, qualify for the playoffs, compete for the conference title, make a run in the post-season.

  • WESTERN, WI — WESTconsin Credit Union is offering up to thirteen $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors from the Class of 2018 as part of the credit union’s Scholarship Program.

    The goal is to award one scholarship in each community served by a WESTconsin office. These areas include Altoona, Amery, Baldwin, Barron, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Ellsworth, Hudson, Menomonie, New Richmond, Prescott, River Falls and Spring Valley. Scholarship recipients will be announced end of May 2018.

  • AMERY, WI - The Cardinal volleyball team keeps plugging away through injury after injury and continues hitting each game hard, a testament to Head Coach Geoff Snyder.

    The Cardinals fell to Colfax in conference play last week, falling to 1-3 in the conference and 9-12 overall after a long day of play here last Saturday.

  • Football team stays unbeaten, Glenwood City next

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Any time there is a cross conference game, it gives teams an opportunity to see how they will stack up against other teams in the area.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - Calling all softball players, young and old, former, future and current players. The Spring Valley softball field is open for having a little catch.

    On Sunday evenings, when the weather is working in our favor, the varsity softball field will be open for throwing for anyone, baseball or softball, to come out and have a catch with current players on the field.

  • Cross country teams run well at home, show well at Amery Invite as well

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Home cooking is nice for the Cardinals as both teams had numerous runners set personal records last week in the home race.

  • DURAND, WI - Goal number one was to qualify for the WIAA playoffs, DONE!

    The Spring Valley football team qualified for the playoffs with a 19-12 win over Durand in a defensive battle here last week to run their record to 6-0, 4-0 in conference play, and and a number four ranking in division six in the state.

  • Cross country teams run hard in Mondovi, Colfax

    COLFAX, WI – It’s hard to believe that weather can still play a factor in cross country meets this late in September,but last week’s heat and humidity certainly did, especially at a tough, hilly, Mondovi course.


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