Rice Lake’s Warren commits to NDSU
Rice Lake senior offensive and defensive lineman Kayden Warren has committed to play college football at North Dakota State.
Warren announced his commitment on Monday on Twitter.
Per WisSports.net, Warren made 37 total tackles as a junior, including seven for a loss. He forced one fumble for the Warriors.
Bulldogs get second DI commit
The Boyceville baseball program has produced another Division I college commit. Right-handed pitcher Walker Retz has committed to the University of St. Thomas, he announced in a Monday Tweet.
The senior was a big reason behind Boyceville’s run to the Division 3 state tournament in 2019. As a sophomore that season, he went 7-3 with a 1.87 ERA and 78 strikeouts.
Boyceville teammate Trett Joles, the team’s catcher, recently committed to Indiana State.
O-F/FC golf wins meet
The Osseo-Fairchild/Fall Creek girls golf team edged Regis/Altoona by two strokes to win a CloverCroix meet on Monday in Osseo.
Madyson Rosman’s 44 earned medalist honors for Osseo-Fairchild/Fall Creek. Regis/Altoona’s Elli Anderson placed second with a 45. Flambeau took third as a team, while Stanley-Boyd and Colfax/Elk Mound tied for fourth.
CVGA awards finalized
Ryan Isaacson was the Chippewa Valley Golf Association player of the year and Bennett Swavely was the CVGA’s amateur of the year and high school player of the year, the association announced Monday.
Isaacson, of Eau Claire, won the CVGA’s first four championship meets of the year to lock up the honors early. Swavely, of Hudson, is the first to ever win both the amateur and high school award, as well as finish runner-up in the player of the year standings.
From staff reports