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Prep sports: Suzy Hinds-Cruz breaks the ice to send Madison West soccer team to regional final
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Prep sports: Suzy Hinds-Cruz breaks the ice to send Madison West soccer team to regional final

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Suzy Hinds-Cruz scored on an assist from Abbey Stanton in the 62nd minute Wednesday, giving the Madison West girls soccer team a 1-0 victory over Madison Memorial in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal at Mansfield Stadium.

The victory sent the Regents (8-1-1) into a Saturday regional final at Sun Prairie.

Memorial finished the season with a 5-5-0 record.

Marshfield 7, Portage/Poynette 1

The host Tigers (8-6-1) knocked out the United (3-12-0) in a Division 2 regional semifinal.

Track and field

Rock Valley Conference

Evansville senior Riley Siltman won the 1,600- and 3,200-meter runs on Wednesday to lead his Blue Devils to a runner-up finish in the 10-team Rock Valley conference track and field meet at Beloit Turner.

Siltman won the 1,600 in 4:30.10 and the 3,200 in 10:31.55.

Jefferson won seven of the 18 events to take the team title with 164 points, 71 ahead of Evansville. McFarland finished third, as Aidan Pyper, Brandon Dyer-Ysaguirre, Cade Korth and Andrew Kelley won the 800 relay (1:35.40).

In the girls meet, Brodhead/Juda won six events — three by Madelynn McIntyre and three by Addison Yates, and totaled 143 points to top Jefferson’s 114.5 in the 10-team meet at Beloit Turner. McIntyre won the 800, the 1,600 and the 3,200, and Yates won the long jump (17-1), the 100 hurdles (:17.10) and the 300 hurdles (:48.66). McFarland’s Samantha Pili won the pole vault (9-0).

WIAA softball

Viroqua 12, Monticello/NG 2 (5)

In Division 3, five-run rallies in the second and fourth innings lifted the Blackhawks (7-13) over the visiting Ponies (1-18). Alexa Siegenthaler singled and doubled for Monticello/New Glarus.

Marshall 10, Watertown Luther Prep 0 (6)

Winning pitcher Allie Rateike struck out seven and allowed three hits plus one walk in a six-inning shutout to lead the Cardinals (10-11) to a victory over the Phoenix (3-17). Jenna Swanlund had a double and two RBIs for Marshall.

Richland Center 11, Belleville 1 (5)

K.J. Louis allowed three hits over five innings as the Hornets (2-15) pushed past the Wildcats (2-12). For Belleville, Mickey Stampfl scored in the first inning off of a line drive from Ceci Grefsheim.

Softball

Sun Prairie 19, West 0 (3)

Kiana Patterson pitched a three-inning, no-hit, no-walk game, with one West hitter reaching on an error, and the host Cardinals (17-3, 15-2 Big Eight) scored 17 runs in the second inning to beat the Regents (1-16, 1-16). Kiana Patterson and Grace Radlund had three hits each for the winners.

Verona 7, Memorial 0 (8)

After seven scoreless innings, the visiting Wildcats scored seven times in the top of the eighth inning and pitcher Alyssa Bostley completed her shutout to beat the Spartans. Ellie Osting hit a grand slam home run to complete the scoring. Katie Pederson hit two doubles for Verona and Caitlin O’Donnell doubled for Memorial.

Middleton 10, La Follette 5 (5)

Ellie Buza pitched a five-inning no-hitter, striking out six and walking one, and Olivia Hebert homered as the Cardinals (18-5, 12-4 Big Eight) powered past the visiting Lancers (1-16, 1-16) at Firefighters Park.

Parker 7, East 1

Nariyah Lot scattered seven hits and struck out eight to lead the visiting Vikings (12-8, 9-8 Big Eight) past the Purgolders (4-13, 4-13) at Olbrich Park. Alexys Luek and Alyssa Ayers both went 3-for-3 for Parker. Paige Dalton singled and doubled for East.

Craig 5, Beloit 3

The visiting Purple Knights (8-8, 8-8) took a 3-2 lead with three runs in the top of the sixth, but the Cougars (9-10, 9-8) scored three runs, two of them on an error, in the bottom of the sixth to earn the victory.

Fort Atkinson 7, Watertown 6

The Blackhawks (12-7, 9-5 Badger South) bounced back from an early 4-0 deficit to edge the visiting Goslings (11-9, 8-6). Kiarra Kostroski hit a three-run homer for Fort and Brynn Torrenga had two hits. Margaret Strupp and Abigail Walsh each had two hits for Watertown.

Baseball

DeForest 3-10, Stevens Point 1-8

Coach Harold Olson picked up his 300th and 301st career victories as the host Norskies (18-3) earned a doubleheader sweep of the Panthers (15-5). In the first game, Kirchberg homered and Hausser homered to lead the Norskies to a 3-1 victory. In the second, Justin Hauser hit a two-run, walk-off home run to cap a three-run rally in the bottom of the seventh for a 10-8 win.

Columbus 11, Baraboo 3

The host Cardinals (15-5) scored seven times in the bottom of the sixth inning to break open a one-run game against the Thunderbirds (14-9). Trace Kirchberg earned the pitching victory, giving up two hits in 5⅔ innings, and hit two homers for the Cardinals. Brady Link also homered.

Sun Prairie 11, Middleton 2

Top-ranked Sun Prairie (21-1, 16-1 Big Eight) scored nine runs in the fourth and fifth innings to beat visiting Middleton (16-8, 12-5). Davis Hamilton led Sun Prairie with four RBIs, and Carson Shepard singled and doubled.

Waunakee 9, Beaver Dam 1

The visiting Warriors (11-7, 11-3 Badger North) took down the Golden Beavers (7-6, 6-6) to tie with DeForest for the conference title. Bucky Kuhn allowed three hits in 5⅓ innings and Luke Shepski went 3-for-5, hitting two doubles.

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