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Monday, September 25, 2017
The Spring Valley boys team showing their loot after the Mondovi meet. Photo by Martha Davis
The Spring Valley boys team showing their loot after the Mondovi meet. Photo by Martha Davis
Monday, September 25, 2017 12:05 AM

PRESCOTT, WI - Not only did the Spring Valley cross country team battle the course at the Prescott Invitational here last week, they also battled the elements. More specifically, they battled the heat and humidity.

  • Cross country teams compete in heat at Prescott

    PRESCOTT, WI - Not only did the Spring Valley cross country team battle the course at the Prescott Invitational here last week, they also battled the elements. More specifically, they battled the heat and humidity.

  • Borgerding leads Cardinals to OT win over Buffs

    MONDOVI, WI - The headline might be a little misleading, but sophomore quarterback Aaron Borgerding emerged as a gamer last Friday night when he scored the game winning touchdown for the Cardinals in overtime against a surging Mondovi squad.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The level of play is getting better for the Spring Valley volleyball team, but the team is still struggling to find that elusive first conference win of the season.

    Last week the Cardinals fell to Glenwood City in the conference opener in three tough games, 21-25, 21-25 and 22-25.

  • Cardinal runners show well at Somerset, Fall Creek Invites

    FALL CREEK, WI - Cross country season is heading into full season mode as the Spring Valley squads competed at two meets this past week, the Somerset Invite last Thursday and Fall Creek Invitational here this past Saturday.

  • Borgerding leads Cardinals to OT win over Buffs

    MONDOVI, WI - The headline might be a little misleading, but sophomore quarterback Aaron Borgerding emerged as a gamer last Friday night when he scored the game winning touchdown for the Cardinals in overtime against a surging Mondovi squad.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Spring Valley volleyball team has relied on seniors over the past few years and while the 2017 squad has seniors in key roles, the starting group will be more diverse, giving the team something to build on more than in the past.

    The squad this year is led by seniors Rachel Fesenmaier and Gabby Stevens, two players that will need to step up their games for the team to be successful. Also returning from last seasons’ team are junior Camryn Wegner and sophomore Lexi Johansen, both players saw plenty of playing time on the floor last year.

  • SV football opens conference play with commanding win

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Spring Valley Head Football Coach Ryan Kapping mentioned that every week from this point forward would be a test.

  • Boys’ CC finishes sixth at SCC, girls’ 10th

    HAMMOND, WI - While the season is still young, some of the runners on the Spring Valley cross country teams are already hitting their mid-season stride.

  • SPRING VALLEY, WI – The first day of school, Tuesday, September 5, is for Grades 4K-5 and 6-9 only. Grades 10-12 will begin on Wednesday, September 6, 2017. Students in Grades 10-12 who are new to the district are encouraged to attend on September 5. This staggered start date is to allow for a smoother transition for our middle school students and freshmen. September 5 will be a regular school day for them, with all classes running as normally scheduled. 

  • Nyeggen runs wild over E-PC as Cards win 46-0

    ELMWOOD, WI - Games like this don’t come along very often for high school teams. Games where everything seems to just go right, even when it doesn’t go right.

  • Cross country opens season at Boyceville, SCC Invite today

    BOYCEVILLE, WI - The Cardinal boys’ and girls’ cross country teams opened up fall competition last week when they competed in the Boyceville Alumni Invitational. Both teams started off their seasons well, with some promising showings by all.

  • Valley cross country teams looking to experience to lead them

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - When cross country teams return their top runners from the previous season, they have to like their chances to make a run in the conference.

  • SVHS Football team begins season with 27-6 win over Unity

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The journey began last Friday for the Spring Valley football team with a battle against a large Unity Eagle team in a non-conference battle. Where that journey takes the team is up to them. The goals from year to year are to develop team-work and make improvements from week-to-week.

  • Not an ordinary lemonade stand

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Many a young entrepreneur has started their money-making careers as a kid with a summer lemonade stand.

  • SV fifth grade Accelerated Reader Super Stars acknowledged

    SPRING VALLEY, WI -- The Spring Valley Elementary School is proud of the fifth graders who all earned over 200 Accelerated Reader Points during this past school year.

  • Grace Anderson, SV Class of 2017 graduate awarded AgStar Scholarship

    MANKATO, MN – The AgStar Fund for Rural America, the corporate giving program of AgStar Financial Services, is pleased to announce that it has awarded the School District of Spring Valley Graduate (Class of 2017) Grace Anderson a $1,000 educational scholarship.

  • HONOR ROLL BASED ON SEMESTER 2 GPA – 4.0

    Graduation Year:  2017
    Grace Anderson, Tatum Huntress, Grace Larson, Alexandra Lee, Zachary Maier, Kaitlin McGrane, Kaitlyn Schreiber

    Graduation Year: 2018
    Tessa Cipriano, Julian Davis, Carley Laffin, Kallie Stone

  • ‘Play 60’ Green Bay Packer Football Outreach Camp follow up

    SPRING VALLEY, WI --This is a follow up article from the outstanding article that Editor/Publisher Paul Seeling put in the Sun-Argus a few weeks ago.

  • LACROSSE, WI - The track season may have come to close last week, but not without a school record being changed.

    The girls’ 4x200 relay team was the lone Spring Valley qualifiers for the state track meet here last weekend.

  • MADISON, WI - The bad news is that Tyler Leach finished tied for third at state this year after winning the individual crown a year ago. The good news is that he is only a junior, he gets a chance at redemption a year from now.

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