Articles written by: Trevor Tranberg

Girls hockey struggling, planning on improving

The girls hockey team has had a bad week, losing two games to Onalaska and New Richmond. They came into the week on some wins and now they’ve run into a wall.  The girls lost to Onalaska with a score of 2 to 10. Then they played New Richmond at New Richmond and lost in overtime with a score of […]

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Hockey Teams Pick Up Wins

 The lady Tigers are now half way through their season, and with a record of six wins and four losses, they have a very promising look for the rest of it. On January 6, the lady Tigers played Medford at home and won with a score of 6 to 0. The boys were on the road that night in Viroqua, […]

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Matthew Puttbrese: AKA Putter

With hockey just getting underway, there are some players that really stick out. One of those players would be sophomore Matthew Puttbrese. Everybody that knows him calls him Putter. Putter plays a lot of sports, including football, hockey and golf. “My favorite out of these three would have to be hockey, because you can hit people and if you get […]

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Girls Hockey Hits the Ice for the First Time

There is something new happening in hockey this year: a high school girls hockey team has been formed. This is the first high school girls team that BRFHS has ever had. With this being a first for hockey in Black River Falls, some people have doubt in the team. “There’s 18 girls on the team and I think it will […]

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Tigers go out on a windy note

With Halloween right around the corner, haunting winds paired with a bitterly cold rain during Tuesday night’s level 1 playoff game made a tough game even tougher for the Tigers. The Tigers lost the game 20-49 to Rice Lake. They finished the season with a 7-3 record. “The gusty winds didn’t set a good playing environment for the night,” said […]

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FCCLA plans travel opportunities

FCCLA, Family Career Community Leaders of America, brings students opportunities to travel to different cities and meet new people who can become friends for a lifetime. “FCCLA is well known out in the community by the projects being done by the students,” said FCCLA adviser Tina Gilbertson. This meeting covered the whole year and what FCCLA will be doing. One […]

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Athlete Spotlight: Andrew Millis

As winter is right around the corner, there comes an end to the football season and hockey kicks into gear. With hockey comes great players, like Andrew Millis.  “I think this season will be a good test to see how the team comes together. It will be a good season if we all are able to come together as a […]

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Tigers Take a Tough Loss during Homecoming

Tigers Take a Tough Loss during Homecoming

The Homecoming game didn’t turn out that great for the Tigers last Friday. The game resulted in a loss to Arcadia 34-38. It was a cold night, but the Tigers kept fighting down to the last few seconds. With this loss, it puts the Tigers to an overall 4-2 record.   There were a lot of fans who came out […]

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