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Poynette celebration

Poynette players, including senior Mikayla Sorge (18) and senior Marissa Klitzke (6) celebrate after the final out of their 4-3 win in 11 innings over Westfield in a Division 3 semifinal at the WIAA state softball tournament at Goodman Diamond in Madison on Friday.

Here are this week's state rankings for softball, not including this week's results (Verona defeated Sun Prairie on Tuesday). 

WISCONSIN FASTPITCH SOFTBALL COACHES ASSOCIATION

WEEKLY STATE RANKINGS

DIVISION 1

1, Sun Prairie; 2, Oshkosh North; 3, Stevens Point; 4, Oak Creek; 5, Slinger; 6, Oshkosh West; 7, Wilmot; 8, Westosha Central; 9, Wales Kettle Moraine; 10, DeForest.

Honorable mention: Schofield D.C. Everest; Green Bay Preble; Kaukauna; Pulaski; Waukesha North.

DIVISION 2

1, Kewaskum; 2, Hales Corners Whitnall; 3, Monroe; 4, Mosinee; 5, Waukesha Catholic Memorial; 6, New London; 7, New Berlin West; 8, Beloit Turner; 9, Waupun; 10, Freedom.

Honorable mention: Jefferson; New Berlin Eisenhower; Portage; Seymour; Whitewater.

DIVISION 3

1, Poynette; 2, Mayville; 3, Prescott; 4, Westfield; 5, Random Lake; 6, Brillion; 7, Bloomer; 8, Campbellsport; 9, Dodgeville, 10, Oconto.

Honorable mention: Cumberland; Chilton; Southern Door; Ladysmith; Valders.

DIVISION 4

1, Horicon; 2, Stevens Point Pacelli; 3, Grantsburg; 4, Johnson Creek; 5, Orfordville Parkview; 6, Cuba City; 7, Thorp; 8, Mineral Point; 9, Athens; 10, Mishicot.

Honorable mention: Deerfield; Glenwood City; Markesan; Racine Lutheran; Wisconsin Heights.

DIVISION 5

1, Chippewa Falls McDonell; 2, Wisconsin Rapids Assumption; 3, Belmont; 4, Oakfield; 5, Blair-Taylor; 6, Wausaukee; 7, Wauzeka-Steuben; 8, Highland; 9, Black Hawk; 10, Almond-Bancroft.

Honorable mention: Gilman; Iowa-Grant; Pepin/Alma; Southwestern; Plainfield Tri-County.

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Jon Masson covers high school sports for the Wisconsin State Journal. He has covered a variety of sports — including the Green Bay Packers and Wisconsin men's and women's basketball and volleyball — since he first came to the State Journal in 1999.