Hudson and River Falls teamed up to host the 7th annual Rhythm by the River Marching Band Competition at Hudson on Sunday. Seven schools participated in two performance classes and were judged by a panel of 8 music and marching band professionals.
Congratulations to Tom Klatt, high school Technology Education and Project Lead the Way instructor, on being awarded a $1,774.00 Ann Marie Grant for CNC Plasma Cutting Software. This software allows students to intricately and accurately create designs and cut metal. The award will help purchase software and equipment to increase the number of student workstations from the current one to four.
Congratulations to this years Homecoming Volleyball Tournament champions! Go Raiders!
Ms. Kiesler’s North Hudson Kindergarten class went to the apple orchard to learn about how apples are grown, harvested, and used to supply food to people. They learned about what apples need in order to grow their best and about all the fun things you can do at apple orchards!
Hudson Raiders Girls Varsity Golf Team qualified for next week’s Sectional Tournament in Stevens Point with a team score of 391. First place went to New Richmond and second place went to River Falls. Eau Claire Memorial finished fourth which also qualified their team. Congratulations to the Raiders Girls Golf Team for this benchmark accomplishment with our program!
Raider homecoming spirit spread across the district today, as the Spirit Bus along with the football team, marching band and the Raidaires visited our elementary schools; promoting Raider Pride, sportsmanship and having some homecoming fun. Go Raiders!
Four members of the Hudson Raiders Boys Tennis team went to the WIAA State Tournament in Madison this past weekend. Congratulations on an outstanding season!
Photo: Tyler Grosz, on the right, congratulating Mason Sniatynski of Badger after his match win in the third round of 16 players.
Photo from left to right: Singles player Jacob Grosz, the Doubles team of Jack Geurkink & Luke Johnson, and Hudson’s #1 Singles player Tyler Grosz.
After sending nine of their top ten varsity players to Sectionals from the Sub-Sectional tournament, the Hudson Raiders advanced four of those nine to the WIAA State Tournament in Madison. While Hudson had no Sectional Champions this season, their team finish of four 2nd Place finishes, 1 3rd Place and 1 4th Place finish garnered them the Sectional Runner-Up plaque again this year, the same finish as last year behind Eau Claire Memorial. Players going to the State Tournament on Thursday are: Tyler Grosz, Jacob Grosz, Kade Nickerson and Doubles Team Jack Geurkink and senior Captain Luke Johnson. Good luck at State!
The Hudson Raider varsity tennis team traveled to the Menard YMCA Tennis Center in Eau Claire for the start of the WIAA State Tournament and Sub-sectional play. The team is advancing 9 of 10 players to the Sectionals Tournament on May 22nd in Wisconsin Rapids. Good luck Raiders!
Photo: Competing for the Raiders in Sub-Sectional tennis at the Menard YMCA Tennis Center in Eau Claire were, kneeling left to right, Mitchell Drost, Brett Covey, Luke Johnson and Isaac Hennemann. Standing in the back from left to right are, Assistant Coach John Dahl, Lewis Holmberg, Jacob Grosz, Charlie Neuenschwander, Kade Nickerson, Tyler Grosz, Jack Geurkink and Head Coach John Knutson.
The Raiders finished the BRC in second place to Eau Claire Memorial with a 4-1 Conference record, and an overall record of 17-6 on the season as a team. The line-up for the Hudson Raiders going into the WII Sub-Sectional Tournament will be, at Singles: #1 – Tyler Grosz, #2 – Jacob Grosz, #3 – Kade Nickerson, and #4 – Lewis Holmberg. The three Doubles teams for the Hudson Raiders will be comprised of: #1 – Jack Geurkink & Luke Johnson, #2 – Brett Covey & Mitchell Drost, and #3 – Isaac Hennemann and Charlie Neuenschwander. The team is hoping to send a few players to the State Tournament in Madison May 30th – June 1st. Way to go Raiders!
Photo: Doubles team Isaac Hennemann and Charlie Neuenschwander