Almond-Bancroft junior Zach Bunders drives to the basket and scores in the Eagles’ 71-32 home victory over Weyauwega-Fremont on Jan. 30. Bunders recorded 16 points in the game.
What started out as a fairly even game in the first half, ended up being a little one-sided in the second as Wild Rose fell to Markesan, 44-33, during the Jan. 30 non-conference home game.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warriors wrestling welcomed the Nekoosa Papermakers for a South Central Conference dual on Jan. 30.
The Wautoma/Wild Rose Warrior wrestling team topped off their impressive season by winning the South Central Conference Tournament at Adams-Friendship to compete on Feb. 2.
The Wild Rose boys and girls basketball teams challenged each other to see which team could raise the most money for Salvation Army in December.