WARREN–The Galena Lady Pirates (4-0) won the Warren Varsity Girls’ Turkey Tournament for the with a 63-48 win over the Durand Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
WARREN–East Dubuque scored 21 points in the fourth quarter to beat the Durand Lady Bulldogs 54-47 in the Warren Varsity Girls’ Turkey Tournament on Monday, Nov. 23.
WARREN–The Galena Lady Pirates (3-0) continued their quick start to the season after they routed the Orangeville Lady Broncos 70-35 at the Warren Varsity Girls’ Turkey Tournament on Monday, Nov. 23.
HANOVER–East Dubuque struggled against Milledgeville’s press and zone trap defense and lost to the Missiles 49-37 during the River Ridge Turkey Tournament on Friday, Nov. 28.
WARREN–The Warren Lady Warriors routed the Orangeville Lady Broncos by 46 points, 83-37, on Monday, Nov. 16 in the Warren Varsity Basketball Girls’ Turkey Tournament.
GALENA–The Northwest Upstate Illini Conference released the list of players named to the All-Conference team for the 2015 season.
GALENA–At the conclusion of the girls’ volleyball season, the NIUC conference has named its all-conference players for the West Division, which is home to 2015 Class 2A State Champion Eastland Lady Cougars.
WARREN–The Galena Lady Pirates won their first game of the season after holding on to a narrow fourth quarter lead to defeat the East Dubuque Lady Warriors 55-47 in the first game of the Warren Varsity Basketball Girls’ Turkey Tournament on Monday, Nov. 16.
POLO–Galena quickly dispatched the Milledgeville Lady Missiles in straight sets, 25-12, 25-18, and advanced to face the Eastland Lady Cougars in the Polo Sectional Finals on Tuesday, Nov. 2.
POLO–The Stockton Lady Blackhawks couldn’t keep pace with the Eastland Lady Cougars and lost in straight sets 25-18, 25-19, in the Polo Sectional Semi-Final on Tuesday, Nov. 3.
JEFFERSON, Iowa–Shirley Johnson, of Galena, and Rosie Haskell, Dubuque, won first place in the 2015 Iowa 600 Club Doubles and Singles Tournament on Oct. 17 at Spare Times Lane at Jefferson, Iowa.
SOLDIERS GROVE, WIS.–The Southwestern Lady Wildcats dispatched the River Ridge Timberwolves in straight sets, 25-13, 25-18, 25-9, on Thursday, Oct. 29, and advance to the sectional finals against the Royall Panthers.
GALENA—Class of 2012 Galena High school graduate Jack Rasmussen is part of an undefeated football team at St. Norbert College in De Pere, Wis., a Division III school.
GALENA–The Galena Pirates (7-4) were shut down by the rival Stockton Blackhawks (8-3) in a 34-2 rout as the Pirates’ season ended in the first round of the playoffs on Saturday, Oct. 31.
EAST DUBUQUE–The Galena Lady Pirates volleyball team set the school record for wins in a season with 34 after defeating the Durand Lady Bulldogs in straight sets, 25-13, 25-21, on Thursday, Oct. 29 for the East Dubuque Regional Title.
HANOVER–River Ridge’s (0-9, 0-8) bid to win their first game of the year came up short against the Durand Bulldogs (3-6, 3-5), as the Bulldogs made key plays late in the second half, and the officials made a key call early in the third quarter, to give Durand a blowout win on Friday, Oct. 23.
SCALES MOUND–It took three tense and back-and-forth games, but the River Ridge Wildcats eventually defeated the Scales Mound Hornets on Tuesday, Oct. 20.
BLOOMINGTON–Galena’s Kane Hyde, the Pirates' leading golfer all season, advanced to the IHSA class 1A state golf meet in Bloomington on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 16 and 17.
GALENA–Two big plays proved to be the difference in a defensive struggle as the Galena Pirates came away with a 21-6 win over Warren last Friday night at Chuck Korte Field.
HANOVER–Over the course of the last seven weeks, over 30 local baseball players, ages 10 and under, participated in a new fall baseball league designed to give players a chance to continue to improve upon their skills.
PECATONICA–The Galena Pirates played spoiler to the Pecatonica Indians on Friday, Oct. 2 in Pecatonica, as they trampled the Indians on their homecoming night in a 43-6 victory.
GALENA–The Galena Pirates got back on the winning track Friday night at Chuck Korte Field with a convincing 49-16 victory over winless Eastland-Pearl City.