The Tomah High School boys varsity reserve boys basketball team claimed its third straight blowout victory with a 58-37 nonconference triumph over Wisconsin Rapids Tuesday at Tomah High School.Coach Tom Tardiff's team improved to 3-0. The Timberwolves have beaten their first three opponents by a combined 85 points. The Timberwolves led 31-19 at halftime and stretched the advantage to 28 points before Wisconsin Rapids ended the game with a 7-2 run.
Tomah High School will honor its wrestling legacy Thursday with the dedication of its new Honor Board.The board will be unveiled between the junior varsity and varsity matches against La Crosse Central/La Crosse Logan at approximately 7 p.m. It lists every Tomah wrestler who has qualified to compete at the state wrestling tournament.
The Tomah High School wrestling team produced two champions and several more high placewinners at the Tomah Scramble Saturday at Tomah High School.Dawson Lambert (120 pounds) and Nate Boutlon (126) won championships, while the Timberwolves finished third in the 16-team field.Lambert won his eight-wrestler draw with a pin, a technical fall and a 5-2 decision over second-place Brandon Jesse of Baraboo. Lambert improved to 10-1, while Jesse fell to 10-2. Boulton prevailed in a loaded bracket.
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Selecting a term
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