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  • Sports Update - 9/15

    Fennimore fall sports are off to a great start! Beginning with football, the golden eagles head into the week with a 3-1 record. The eagles have taken down the Lancaster Flying Arrows 18-13, the Richland Center Hornets 56-26 and the Iowa-Grant Panthers 28-8. Their only loss came last week when they traveled to take on the Cuba City Cubans, suffering a 30-6 loss.

    Even though they didn’t come away with the win, the eagles had 233 offensive yards. Zach Davis (#33) had 56 rushing and 12 receiving years, while Reid Larson (#4) had 185 total passing yards and one touchdown to Liam Kenney (#7). Trevor Neuroth (#12) lead the receiving category with 91 yards.

    On the defensive side, the eagles had six tackles for losses, one sack, and two interceptions from Liam Kenney (#7) and Maguire Fitzgerald (#20). Kevin Griswold (#85) blocked a field goal and Will Ahnen (#34) caused a fumble. Derek Kephart (#24) lead the tackle category with 12.

    The Eagles head to Darlington this Friday to take on the red birds. Kickoff is at 7pm at Darlington High School.

    In Volleyball, the eagles are off to a slightly rough start, but are getting better. Though they have an 0-3 record. However, their losses don’t show the work they do as a team. Grace Faulkner is leading the team in kills with 29 on the season so far. E Ruchti is close behind with 25 and B. Nelson has 19. Faulkner is also leading the team in aces with 14. Again, Ruchti is close behind with 9. B Hunt is leading the team in serving percentage being 84/92 with a 91% average. M Adam is 58/65 with 89% and B Kreul is 48/55 with 87%. Mineral Point comes to town on Thursday. That match will begin at 7:15pm in the high school gym.

    And finally, Cross Country. The Golden Eagle women started their season in Cashton taking 4th. The following week in Darlington they took 10th and in Westby they took 8th. This past weekend at River Valley the girls finished up in 10th again. Freshman Lauryn Bunn again led the girls team in River Valley finishing 27th with a time of 22:10.44. Her best time coming in Westby with a time of 21:54.6 where she took 23rd. Her best finish was in Cashton where she finished 7th. Also in River Valley, Ellie McCollough ran a season record time of 23:58.49. On the boys side, they started their season in Cashton as well with a 4th place finish. They also traveled to Darlington and Westby and finished 8th and 10th. Last weekend they finished 8th again at the River Valley Blackhawk invite. Ian Barry has been leading the men’s team all season, but in River Valley he finished 4th with a personal record time of 17:14.28. The Eagles were all about breaking PR’s in River Valley as Kyle Mudler finished 14th breaking his PR with a time of 18:20.88 and Josh Gao broke his with a time of 19:52.93. Cross Country continues this Saturday morning in Brookwood

  • Chromebook Insurance Information

    Fennimore School has chosen Worth Ave. Group as the insurance provider for Chromebooks. The cost is $17.72 per device and covers damage to the device for this school year. To opt into the Voluntary Group Program, please visit their site by September 10th to sign up.

  • Morning and Afternoon Announcements

    Morning and afternoon announcements to a second EagleTV channel. We will always provide you with a current link here.

  • EagleTV Live Streams

    Fennimore Middle and High School is once again planning to stream many of the fall sports events. If you can't make it to one of the games, check here or our Facebook Page for posted information. Our first streaming event is planned for Friday, September 1st when our Golden Eagle Football team takes on Iowa-Grant.

  • New Schedules Posted

    The new printable schedules for the Fall and Winter Sports have been posted on our athletics page.

  • Fennimore Volleyball Information

    Parents and Athletes can find the updated clothing order forms and information for this Volleyball season at the Fennimore Volleyball Homepage.

  • EagleTV

    We are happy to announce our new YouTube Channel, EagleTV. We will be streaming live events and posting other videos to our channel for public viewing. Students or adult volunteers who may be interested in announcing or video taping should talk with Mr. Glasbrenner about this new opportunity. If you can't make it to a game or match, visit and subscribe to our channel. We hope to stream many events live this year. Take Me There

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  • Alert System in place

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