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Prep sports: Waunakee boys soccer team powers past Middleton for fifth consecutive victory

Prep sports: Waunakee boys soccer team powers past Middleton for fifth consecutive victory

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The Waunakee boys soccer team has picked the perfect time to start a hot streak.

The Warriors improved to 8-1-1 on Thursday, picking up their fifth consecutive win with a 3-2 decision over visiting Middleton (3-4-2). Josh Fried scored two goals in the first half for Waunakee, and Charlie Steck had two assists. Ben Tutewohl and Chase Quamme scored for Middleton.

Sun Prairie 1, McFarland 1

A late goal by Riley Stevens salvaged a draw for the Cardinals (9-0-2) against the visiting Spartans (8-0-1). Jackson Werwinski scored in the first half for McFarland, and goalie Matt Schutt saved 11 shots. Tanner Scherer saved eight shots for Sun Prairie.


Madison Edgewood 7,

Watertown 6 (8) Joe Hartlieb tripled home Ben Newton in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the Crusaders a victory over the Goslings at Warner Park. Hartlieb had two of Edgewood’s five hits off three Watertown pitchers. Taylor Walter homered and singled for Watertown.

Monroe 9, Stoughton 8

Following a Henry Brukwicki triple that tied the game in the bottom of the seventh, Colin Foley reached on an error that propelled the Cheesemakers to a victory against the visiting Vikings. Foley also earned the win, throwing two scoreless innings.

Fort Atkinson 6, Monona Grove 0

Ryan Shoenherr only allowed four hits in his six innings on the mound to help the host Blackhawks get the shutout victory over the Silver Eagles. Sheldon Burnett hit a double and drove in a run for Fort.Oregon 6, Milton 1

A four-run fourth inning powered the Panthers to a victory over the host Red Hawks. Andrew Niaves homered for Oregon.

Middleton 12, Madison East 1 (5) The Cardinals took down the Purgolders at Warner Park. Middleton’s J.T. Hockers hit a solo home run in the third inning and totaled four RBIs, and Erik Pongratz drove in two runs. Marty Brusoe stole home in the third for East.

Verona 9, Madison West 2

The visiting Wildcats took a 4-1 lead in the top of the third inning and scored five runs in the fifth to put away the Regents. Colby Davis homered, and Mason Fink and Mason Armstrong doubled for Verona. Drew Anderson singled and doubled for West.

Janesville Craig 9, Madison Memorial 6

The host Cougars took down the Spartans in a back-and-forth game. Craig’s Aiden Schenk went 2-for-3, and Josh Udelhoven doubled.Sauk Prairie 6, Portage 5

The Eagles’ Tyler Uselman earned a save, stopping the Warriors after they scored four times in the bottom of the seventh inning. Uselman also singled, doubled and scored twice. Portage got a single and double and two RBIs from Andrew Kopfhamer.

Reedsburg 5, Mount Horeb 4

Danny Ely and Hunter Wais drove in two runs each to lead the host Beavers past Mount Horeb. The Vikings scored single runs in the sixth and seventh innings, but relief pitcher Kenny Disdier-Bruno picked the potential tying run off third base to preserve the win for starter Wais.

Jefferson 9, McFarland 0

The visiting Eagles took down the Spartans in a shutout victory. Pitcher Tyler Butinea was on the mound for all seven innings for Jefferson, only allowing three hits. Butinea hit a homerun in the first inning, and Tyler Danielson hit a double, and batted in two runs.Softball

Lake Mills 10,

Watertown Luther Prep 0

Taylor Roughen threw a perfect game for the L-Cats against the host Phoenix and struck out 14 of the 15 batters she faced. Roughlen also drove in four runs.

Sauk Prairie 8, Waunakee 7 (8)

Laurel Clark reached on an error and scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the eighth inning to give the host Eagles a victory over the Warriors. Rhya Thole homered and Grace Fueger, Lindsey Smithback and Lila Branchaw had two hits each for Waunakee.

Beaver Dam 9, Portage 1

Audriana Edwards and Makenna Fitzsimmons combined for a four-hitter, and Carlee Lapen went 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs to lead the host Golden Beavers past the Warriors.

Fort Atkinson 9,

Madison Edgewood 8

The host Crusaders’ Nicole Schmitt hit her second home run to start the bottom of the seventh inning. Michelle Schmitt then hit a one-out double, but Blackhawks pitcher Alexis Jacobson picked Schmitt off and got a groundout to finish a complete-game victory at Goodman Park. Kiarra Kostroski hit a home run and a double and drove in three for Fort, and Deanna Pfaff went 3-for-4 with a triple.

Milton 7, Oregon 0

The Red Hawks capitalized on nine Panthers errors to win. Erika Reif threw a complete-game, three-hitter and only allowed three hits over six innings in the victory. Avery Agnew found base three times and recorded three hits in the Red Hawks’ victory.Watertown 11, Stoughton 3

Abby Walsh went 4-for-4 with two doubles, and Maggie Strupp hit a triple and two singles to lead a 17-hit attack as the host Goslings beat the Vikings. Grace Ott went 3-for-4 for Stoughton.

Middleton 5, River Valley 1

Charlotte Yingling and Ellie Buza combined to throw a three-hitter, and C.C. Hiorns and Bailey Flock had two hits each to lead the host Cardinals past the Blackhawks.

Dodgeville 5, Verona 3

The host Dodgers scored five runs in the bottom of the first inning and rode the pitching of Audrey White past the Wildcats. Odalys Rivera hit a solo home run for Verona.

Track and field

DeForest triangular

The host DeForest girls won 10 of 16 events, scoring 93 points to beat out Fort Atkinson and Milton. Anna Szepieniec won the 100 hurdles (:15.81), 300 hurdles (:51.47) and triple jump (31-6). The Fort Atkinson boys scored 64 points to win, led by Evan Dudzek’s victories in the 100 (:12.00) and 200 (:25.23).

Boys golf

Madison Edgewood 161, Fort Atkinson 187

Alex Weiss and Al Deang both shot 39 at Koshkonong Mounds Country Club to lead the visiting Crusaders past the Blackhawks. Brayden Brown shot 40 for Fort.

Monona Grove 181, Oregon 187

The Silver Eagles edged the Panthers at The Oaks Golf Course in Cottage Grove. Logan Martin shot a 4-over-par 40 for Oregon, and Jacob Frederickson led Monona Grove with a 41.

Big Eight triangular

Led by sophomore Sam Godager’s 74, Madison Memorial scored 319 to beat Middleton’s 323 and Beloit Memorial’s 353 at Odana Hills. Junior Alec Sosnowski led Middleton with a 75.

Girls golf

Mount Horeb 188, Monona Grove 215

Mount Horeb senior Ellie Lombardo led the way with a 43 as the Vikings defeated the Silver Eagles at Norsk GC. Junior Alex Hayes shot 49 for Monona Grove.

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