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DEERFIELD — The last time the Deerfield girls basketball program won a Trailways South Conference title many of the players on this year’s team still had their baby teeth.

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The Deerfield boys basketball team ran its season-best winning streak to six games following wins over Madison Country Day and New Glarus.

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HORICON — Jack McDonough was crowned champion at 126 pounds highlighting Deerfield’s day at the 2020 Trailways Conference Wrestling Meet.

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MADISON — Moli Haak personally scored twice as many points as Madison Country Day leading visiting Deerfield to a 52-11 blowout victory on Jan. 30.

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In his own words “time is running out” and that is why the 2019-20 season will be the last for Deerfield head boys basketball coach Dave Borgrud.

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Terissa Bierd never let her small size stand in her way to becoming one of the greatest volleyball players in junior college history. Standing just 5-foot-5 the former Deerfield High School standout made her play tower over her opponents.

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The Cambridge girls basketball team was defeated by Marshall, 43-31, in a Capitol South Conference game Thursday night at Cambridge High School.

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A 49-24 loss to visiting Orfordville Parkview left the Deerfield wrestling team with a 3-3 record in the final Trailways Conference South Division standings.

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ORFORDVILLE — The second go-around with Orfordville Parkview was a bit more challenging for the Deerfield girls basketball team. After a 20-point decision over the Vikings in early December, the Demons had to hold on for a 51-44 road victory on Jan. 24.

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Just two points separated Deerfield and Williams Bay, but this time it was in a victory for the local boys basketball team.

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ORFORDVILLE — The second go-around with Orfordville Parkview was a bit more challenging for the Deerfield girls basketball team. After a 20-point decision over the Vikings in early December, the Demons had to hold on for a 51-44 road victory on Jan. 23.

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PALMYRA — Cameron Joyner provided a spark as the junior scored seven points in overtime to get Palmyra-Eagle the win over Deerfield in a showdown of Trailways Conference frontrunners Jan. 16.

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Trey Colts and Jack Nikolay each scored 18 points for Cambridge in a 61-56 win over Waterloo’s boys basketball team in the Capitol South opener for both teams on Jan. 16.

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If you ask the words “first place” sound pretty good to the Deerfield girls basketball team. That’s where the Lady Demons are following a 57-50 win at Palmyra-Eagle on Jan. 9, giving them sole possession of first place in the Trailways South Conference.

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Gracie Korth scored 19 points for the Cambridge Blue Jays as they earned a 52-37 victory over Waterloo on Thursday, Jan. 9, in a Capitol South Conference girls basketball game.

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The Deerfield boys basketball team earned a pair of Trailways South Conference wins to remain in the thick of the Trailways South Conference race.

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MARSHALL — The Deerfield boys basketball team dropped its third-straight game falling 59-54 to Marshall in non-conference play last Saturday.

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EDGERTON — The Deerfield High School girls basketball team put its five-game winning streak on the line on Monday taking on Edgerton in non-conference play. And with a 43-37 victory, the Demons opened the 2020 portion of their schedule the same way they ended 2019.

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The holidays haven’t been too full of joy for the Deerfield High School boys basketball program, especially after back-to-back non-conference losses on consecutive days last weekend.

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With a 49-31 non-conference decision over visiting Dodgeland Dec. 27 the Deerfield girls basketball team ran its season-best winning streak to five games.

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CAMBRIDGE — Jack Nikolay and Fritz Kaiser each scored 16 points to pace the Cambridge Blue Jays in their first game, but they were defeated by Poynette, 57-55, in overtime at the Cambridge “Hall of Honor” Tournament on Friday.

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Lake Mills is the third-ranked team in the Wissports.net Coaches Poll and the L-Cats got tested on the road by Cambridge before narrowly escaping with their ninth straight win to open the season.

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Big first halves are becoming the Deerfield High School girls basketball team’s M.O. For the third straight game the Lady Demons took a double-digit lead into the halftime break, going up 40-16 before earning a 58-33 win over visiting Johnson Creek on Friday to remain undefeated in Trailways…