LEXINGTON, Ky. — Time is winding down for Mollie Korth but like she has done her entire career, she’s taking it all in.
BELLEVILLE — Gracie Korth made 10 buckets and scored 21 points for Cambridge, but was the only player in double figures as the Blue Jays were defeated, 60-50, by Belleville in a Capitol South girls basketball game on Tuesday.
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.
BELLEVILLE — Lake Mills placed sixth while Lakeside Lutheran finished 10th at the Capitol Conference wrestling tournament on Saturday.
JOHNSON CREEK — Sure, Cambridge had a 13-point lead at halftime, but the way the team came out of the break didn’t exactly inspire confidence in coach Mike Jeffery.
Aiden Ciha earned two pins before losing a 9-2 decision to Horicon 170-pounder Brandon Zamorano in the championship bout at the Hustisford Invitational on Saturday.
MARSHALL — Jack Nikolay scored 24 points and Drew Jeffery made five 3-pointers for the Cambridge Blue Jays, but they were defeated by host Marshall, 59-54, in a Capitol South boys basketball game Thursday.
The Deerfield boys basketball team is glad it’s two games with Orfordvile Parkview are in the rear-view mirror, and happy to have survived both Trailways South Conference meetings.
MARSHALL — Jack Nikolay scored 24 points, but the Cambridge boys basketball team was defeated by Marshall, 59-54, in a Capitol South Conference game Thursday in Marshall.
NEW GLARUS — Sophomore Mayah Holzhueter scored 13 points in each half for Cambridge as the Blue Jays hung on for a 47-42 victory over New Glarus in a Capitol South girls basketball game on Tuesday night.
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.
CAMBRIDGE — Getting out to a 24-2 lead effectively sealed things up for the Cambridge Blue Jays, but head coach Mike Jeffery wasn’t going to let the boys basketball team coast or relax.
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.
JEFFERSON — The 200-yard freestyle relay team took first as Jefferson/Cambridge boys swimming team took second place at the first annual EagleJay Invitational Saturday, Jan. 25, at Jefferson High School.
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.
JEFFERSON — Stone Farruggio was part of four first-place events for the Jefferson/Cambridge EagleJays as they earned a 105-52 victory over visiting Milwaukee Rufus King in a non-conference swim dual on Thursday.
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.
Balance helped Cambridge run out to a big lead in the first half and balance helped the Blue Jays hold on for a 43-29 victory over rival Deerfield in a non-conference girls basketball game Saturday night.
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.