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Traevon Jackson hit a pull-up jumper with 2.1 seconds left for Wisconsin, 10 seconds after Michigan State's Adreian Payne tied it with a 3, and the Badgers beat the ninth-ranked Spartans 60-58 on Sunday.
Eau Claire Memorial stand-out Charlie Graaskamp has ended his high school playing career to play Junior Hockey for the Sault. Ste. Marie Greyhounds of the Ontario Hockey League.
Saturday's SportScene has a little bit of everything....girls basketball, boys hockey, boys wrestling, boys swimming, women's and men's college basketball and finally men's hockey. Click here to see all the action on SportScene 13!
The UW-Eau Claire men's basketball team picked up 73-65 victory over UW-River Falls at the Karges Center tonight with Adam Hjelter (So.-Hutchinson, Minn.) scoring a career-high 39 points to lead the team.
Despite the game being close the entire way, the UW-Eau Claire women's basketball team came up just short in the end, falling 47-44 to UW-River Falls on Ken Anderson Court in Zorn Arena
Last season the UW-Eau Claire men's hockey team started wearing their road blue helmets with their home white uniforms. It seemed like a small change, but it was a change they road all the way to their first ever NCAA National Championship. This weekend, against UW-Superior, the Blugolds once again wore the road blue helmets at home, and much like last year, they were quite successful. Coincidence or not, the Blugolds came from behind Saturday night and defeated the Yellowjackets 6-2 at Hobbs Ice Center.
Dwight Howard scored 27 points, including three crucial free throws in the closing seconds, and James Harden scored 10 of his 22 points in the decisive third quarter to help the Houston Rockets hold off the short-handed, scrappy Milwaukee Buckets and win their fifth straight, 101-95 on Saturday night.
Shutouts are starting to become a trend for the UW-Eau Claire men's hockey team. With WIAC opponent UW-Superior in town Friday night, the Blugolds picked up their eighth shutout of the season with a 3-0 win at Hobbs Ice Center.
SportScene 13 for Friday, February 7, 2014 includes highlights from these games: Girls: E.C. North at E.C. Memorial, River Falls at Chippewa Falls, Cadott at E.C. Regis, Altoona at Osseo-Fairchild, Colby at Neillsville Boys: E.C. North at E.C. Memorial, Plum City at Elk Mound, Glenwood City at Colfax, Loyal at E.C. Immanuel
Nordic-combined skier Ben Loomis was back in Eau Claire on Thursday practicing at Silver Mine ski hill. With the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics underway, Loomis hopes to someday call himself an Olympian.
Cloverbelt boys hoops is the centerpiece for Thursday's SportScene13. Osseo-Fairchild was able to get the best of Eau Claire Regis to remain the conference leaders. While Fall Creek needed overtime to get past Thorp. In boys hockey action, Eau Claire Memorial got a tough test from Menomonie, but captured a 5-4 win. Click here for all the highlights on SportScene 13!
au Claire native Jake McCabe tallied what proved to be the game-winning goal late in the third period as the 12th ranked Wisconsin men's hockey team upset top-ranked Minnesota Thursday night in Madison.
Coming off a 57-47 win over UW-La Crosse on Saturday, the UW-Eau Claire women's basketball team recorded a victory again Wednesday night, defeating UW-Superior 73-56 on Ken Anderson Court in Zorn Arena.
After leading 44-35 at halftime, the UW-Eau Claire men's basketball team managed to score just 18 points in the second half, falling to UW-Superior 70-62 at Mertz Mortorelli Gymnasium Wednesday night.
Today is National Letter of Intent Signing Day for college football. Some local athletes hard work and preparation has paid off as they will get to play football at the next level. SportScene13's Jenn Chapman and Justus Cleveland take a look at those athletes as they are our Gordy's Athlete of the Week.
On SportScene 13 for Tuesday, February 4th, Eau Claire Regis boys basketball coach Bill Uelmen won his 500th career game as the Ramblers beat Thorp 46-28. While on the ice, Eau Claire Memorial beat Hudson 2-1 in a Big Rivers boys hockey showdown.
Sam Dekker and Ben Brust scored 16 points apiece Tuesday and Wisconsin ended a two-game losing streak with a 75-63 win at Illinois.
Todd Mayo scored 17 points off the bench and led a second-half charge from a 10-point deficit to help Marquette beat Butler 69-62 on Tuesday night.
SportScene 13 for Monday, February 3rd includes highlights from these games: Girls Basketball: E.C. Regis at Colfax, Stanley-Boyd at Elk Mound, Plum City at E.C. Immanuel Boys Basketball: C.F. McDonell at Altoona Boys Hockey: Amery at Regis/McDonell
After peaking at No. 3 in the poll, the Badgers (17-5, 4-5 Big Ten) have lost five of six following a school-record 16-0 start. They're hoping a turnaround starts Tuesday with a visit to Illinois.