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Despite having nearly a month’s worth of possible competition dates available so far, the spring sports season’s start feels anything but official yet. Once again, due to our regularly scheduled spring weather, our area sports teams have struggled to properly get into a groove thus far this season with most teams canceling or postponing more contests than playing anything.

Though this year’s spring weather hasn’t been favorable for the start of the 2022 high school boys’ tennis season in Wisconsin, the Tomah Timberwolves did manage to get their first dual under their belts — securing a decisive win in the process.

Seventh-inning rally leads Tomah softball past La Crosse Central

The Tomah softball team was able to rally back late with nine runs in the seventh inning of their game against La Crosse Central. As a result, the Timberwolves were able to come away with a 15-7 victory Monday, April 11 in La Crosse.

Tomah baseball bests Holmen in extras after late rally

The Timberwolves were able to secure a close victory against Holmen on Monday, April 11 behind a five-run rally in the seventh inning that set up a pivotal eighth inning. A single run in the eighth was the difference as Tomah earned its first MVC victory of the year 7-6.

As the Bangor boys’ basketball team prepares to try and make another deep postseason run, they’ll do so from a familiar position: as a No. 1 seed.

The Bangor Cardinals have spent the 2021-22 season cementing their status as one of Wisconsin’s top Division 5 high school girls’ basketball teams and asserting themselves as a clear contender for a state championship. Their potential path to Green Bay was revealed when the WIAA released girls’ basketball postseason brackets for all five divisions on Sunday, February 13.

Tomah wrestling outlasts rival Mauston, competes at Wausau Duals

On paper the opening season match between the Tomah Timberwolves and Mauston Golden Eagles looked to be tilted heavily for Tomah. Tomah then traveled north for the Wausau Duals.

Tomah girls fall to Wisconsin Rapids for fourth straight loss

The Tomah girls’ basketball team suffered a 65-35 loss against Wisconsin Rapids Friday, December 3 in Wisconsin Rapids. This marked the fourth loss in a row for the Timberwolves.

Tomah volleyball completes turbulent comeback bid

On Tuesday, the Tomah high school’s girls volleyball team took on the Sparta Spartans in an exciting five-set match. 

PdC defense quiets Tomah

The Tomah high school football team dropped its second game in a row Friday in a 12- 7 loss to visiting Prairie Du Chien. The only points for Tomah came on the opening drive on a 17- yard run by …

FINAL SUCCESS

Tomah’s Alyssa Whaley was robbed of the opportunity to play her junior season with the Timberwolves due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To say that both she and her team made up for lost time would be quite the understatement.

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