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Friday, February 22, 2019
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SPRING VALLEY, WI - Teamwork has been a calling card of Rob Bosshart’s tenure as the head coach of the boys’ program in Spring Valley over his years of coaching, and this year that concept has been embraced wholeheartedly by his squad.

  • Cardinal boys keep on winning ways, Glenwood City and Cadott next

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Teamwork has been a calling card of Rob Bosshart’s tenure as the head coach of the boys’ program in Spring Valley over his years of coaching, and this year that concept has been embraced wholeheartedly by his squad.

  • Regional champ-check, sectional champ-check, on to State for Fesenmaier

    INDEPENDENCE, WI – For Spring Valley senior Kenny Fesenmaier, getting the opportunity to advance to the WIAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament is incredible, but to go there as a sectional champion is beyond expectations.

  • Capacity-building initiatives at UW System campuses planned

    MADISON, WI – Capacity-building Initiatives at University of Wisconsin System campuses are critical to the UW System’s goals of enhancing student success, improving the state’s talent pipeline, and spurring innovation.

  • Cardinal girls’ hoops falls to Boyceville 45-37

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The weather hasn’t been kind for the Cardinals lately, they haven’t had the opportunity to play a whole lot of games, let alone get some practices in.

  • It’s Annual Snowball Week at B-W HS

    BALDWIN, WI – It’s the Annual Snowball Week Celebration at Baldwin-Woodville High School with the big “A Touch of Silver and Gold” Sadie Hawkins (the ladies ask) Snowball Dance happening Saturday night from 7 to 11 p.m. in formal attire!

  • Fesenmaier leads trio of SV-E wrestlers to sectionals

    CADOTT, WI – Spring Valley senior Kenny Fesenmaier has been part of some incredible wrestling teams in his four years. The senior has been to the state team tournament, but hasn’t made it past WIAA Regionals, until this year.

    Not only did Fesenmaier earn the trip to the WIAA Sectional this Saturday at Independence for the first time, he goes as a Regional Champion, having captured first place.

  • Cardinal boys’ top Mounders, Buffaloes to keep pace

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – After suffering back-to-back losses in conference play the week before, the Spring Valley boys’ team showed some grit by battling in a pair of conference games to keep hold of second place in the Dunn-St. Croix Conference.

  • SVHS 2018-2019 Honor Roll for 1ST Quarter and 2nd Semester 1

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Here is the Spring Valley Middle-High School 2018-2019 Honor Roll for 1st Quarter and 2nd Semester 1 – January 25, 2019.

    Graduation Year: 2019- Lauren Anderson, Dylan Bosshart and Madison Maier. Graduation Year: 2020- Aaron Borgerding, Savanna Carlberg...

  • 2018 graduates had strong showing in AP program

    MADISON, WI – Wisconsin’s 2018 public school graduates took more than 71,000 Advanced Placement (AP) exams while in high school, with 66.4 percent of those exams scored three or higher on a five-point scale and eligible for college credit, advance standing, or both at many colleges and universities.

    Overall, Wisconsin had 22,965 graduates from the class of 2018 who took at least one end-of-course AP exam last May.
  • Wisconsin FFA Foundation offers Post-Secondary Scholarships

    MADISON, WI – The Wisconsin FFA Foundation is now accepting applications from eligible Wisconsin Association of FFA members for its 2018-19 Post-Secondary Scholarships.


    WOODVILLE, WI – With snow on the ground and hopes for more, snowshoeing becomes a way to enjoy winter. The Baldwin and Woodville Public Libraries and the Baldwin-Woodville School District are sponsoring their annual evening snowshoe hike at Giezendanner School Forest on Friday, February 22.

  • Wrestlers to start trek to Madison on Saturday at Cadott

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – While the season has had it’s ups and downs, the Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team is primed and ready to go for the post-season, with hopes for sending wrestlers all the way to Madison to compete in the state tournament.

  • Girls’ hoops splits pair of games last week

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - Besides struggling with the weather, the Cardinal girls’ basketball team split a pair of games with Durand and Turtle Lake. The split leaves the Cardinals with a 3-13 overall record, 2-9 conference mark.

  • Boys’ hoops drops second conference game to Durand

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – So far, the second half of the conference schedule has not been so kind to the Spring Valley boys’ basketball team. For the second game in a row, after four straight days off due to weather related closures, the boys’ team lost to another conference foe, Durand, 67-50.

    The Panthers needed a strong shooting night to overcome the Cardinals, and that was exactly what they got.
  • St Croix County Farm Bureau offers scholarships to high school seniors

    HAMMOND, WI – The St. Croix County Farm Bureau is pleased to announce that they will be granting up to four (4) $500.00 higher education scholarships to graduating seniors in 2019.

  • Cardinal wrestlers top Durand in conference match, battle in Menomonie

    SPRING VALLEY, WI - The Spring Valley/Elmwood wrestling team is wrapping up their regular season pretty quickly, but there is still plenty of opportunities for success like there was last week. The Cardinals topped Durand in a D-SC match up, then battled at the Whitetail Adrenaline Shootout in Menomonie.

    SV/E 42, Durand 24
    The Cardinals opened the dual match with a forfeit win at 113 pounds for Tristan Neisinger for a quick 6-0 lead.
  • Smiles and cheers spell success

    BALDWIN, WI – Even though it was freezing cold outside, our community of volunteers, athletes, coaches, parents, fans, and a whole host of local businesses came together for the Seventh Annual heartwarming Special Olympics Basketball Tournament. 

  • Help support our Spring Valley Grads!

    SPRING VALLEY, WI – Who is hungry for delicious golden-brown pancakes, sausage, applesauce, and bars for dessert? If it’s you, come join the staff of the Spring Valley School District on Monday, February 4, 2019, from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. in the Spring Valley High School Commons.

  • B-WHS Science Olympiad competes at 8th Annual UW-RF ‘Border Battle’

    RIVER FALLS, WI – The Wisconsin Science Olympiad is a rigorous team competition that applies the principles of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) Education within 28 events pertaining to various scientific disciplines, including Earth Science, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, and Engineering.

  • Lady Cards fall to Mounders, Mondovi

    ELK MOUND, WI – It was a tough week for the Spring Valley girls’ basketball team as they dropped a pair of conference games last week.

    Mondovi 53, Spring Valley 39
    This was a frustrating game for the Cardinals as Mondovi is a beatable team for Valley, but a failure to take care of the ball doesn’t help the cause.


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