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.
WATERLOO — 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 Thursday.
MAZOMANIE — Olivia Williams scored 16 points and Gracie Korth added 12 as the Cambridge Blue Jays earned a 42-39 victory over host Wisconsin Heights in a Capitol South girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
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.
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.
CEDAR GROVE — Aiden Ciha’s runner-up finish led Cambridge and Ray Bach’s third-place finish led Deerfield at the Rocket Scramble held in Cedar Grove on Saturday.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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…
The Lakeside Lutheran Warriors collected four forfeits and two pins as they earned a 42-30 victory against Cambridge in a prep boys wrestling dual on Tuesday.
At the end of the day Deerfield High School head boys basketball coach Dave Borgrud was pleased his team was able to go 1-1 in its Trailways South Conference opening road trip.
WAUNAKEE — Aevri Ciha was the lone first-place finisher for the Cambridge Blue Jays at the Waunakee Invitational on Saturday. The invitational had brackets broken up by girls and boys.
While the Cambridge wrestling team didn’t win many matches on the mat, the matches they did compete in they competed in well enough to hold off host Deerfield, 39-33, in a non-conference dual on Dec. 10.
Coming off their WIAA State Tournament run the Deerfield High School boys basketball team knew it would be going through some growing pains in 2018-19. The Demons played to a 12-13 overall record, finishing third (7-5) in the Trailways South Conference, but in the meantime gained some much-n…
FALL RIVER — A balanced scoring attack led the Deerfield High School boys basketball team to a season-opening 61-32 non-conference road victory over Fall River on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
The Deerfield High School girls basketball team rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to earn its first win of the season, a 48-38 non-conference home win over Cambria-Friesland on Monday, Nov. 25.
A steady diet of young players is nothing new to the Deerfield High School girls basketball program. The Demons had just two seniors on last year’s roster, and this year have just one.
WATERLOO — Trailing by just a single point at halftime Deerfield High School head coach Don Schindler thought his team was in a good position in its 2019-20 season opener with Waterloo on Nov. 21.
A steaLast year, the Cambridge Blue Jays relied on youth to carry them to a 7-17 record. This season, the Blue Jays return all five starters and their top two players off of the bench.
Junior Ryan Lund anchored the Cambridge defensive line and was a force on the offensive line as the Blue Jays earned their third consecutive Capitol South title in 2019.
CAMBRIDGE — A 9-0 run gave the Cambridge Blue Jays a four-point lead at halftime, but Lakeside Lutheran remained steadfast with its full-court defensive pressure and finished off a 43-37 victory in the second half of a non-conference prep girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
Waterloo dominated the all-Capitol South selections, which were released after the Pirates concluded their trip to the WIAA Division 3 state volleyball tournament last weekend.
JEFFERSON — Junior Josie Peterson’s first-place in the 50-yard freestyle helped Jefferson/Cambridge to a sixth-place finish at the Southern Lakes Conference meet Saturday at Jefferson High School.
An organizational meeting and sign up for the 2019-20 Cambridge Youth Wrestling season will be held on Tuesday Nov. 12 at 6 p.m. in the high school lecture hall, room 115.
Members of the Cambridge-Deerfield varsity cross country team paraded through the halls of Cambridge High School Oct. 31 in advance of their participation in the state cross country meet in Wisconsin Rapids Nov. 2.
Two Cambridge High School golfers have been named Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin (GCAW) Academic All-State honorees for their recently concluded 2019 girls golf season.
VERONA — Cambridge/Deerfield was defeated by Belleville/New Glarus (Sugar River), 2-0, in a WIAA Division 3 regional semifinal game Thursday night at Redden Park in Verona.
PALMYRA — It didn’t take long for Palmyra-Eagle senior quarterback Brandon Wilde to understand what it takes to be on a winning team.