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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Seven members — four boys and three girls — of Deerfield/Cambridge claimed Capitol South Conference cross country honors for their performances this fall.

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Ashlee Ballmoos, Oliva Tatlock and Maria Higgins earned repeat selections on the 2019 Trailways South All-Conference Team.

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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.

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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.

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The Deerfield High School volleyball team’s season came to a heartbreaking end in a WIAA Division 3 regional-opening loss to New Glarus.

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For an entire half the Deerfield High School football team hung with one of the best teams in the state.

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WHITEWATER — When JT Parish caught a 46-yard pass from Zach Oles in the second quarter, Oles stepped into the throw and delivered a perfect spiral into a wicked wind.

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For the first time all season the Deerfield football held a lead at halftime. But visiting Randolph scored 16 second-half points to pull out a thrilling 16-12 Trailways Small Conference decision at John Polzin Field Friday night.

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CAMBRIDGE — Ben Incha scored the first and last goals of the game as Cambridge/Deerfield United tied with Belleville/New Glarus (Sugar River), 2-2, in a Capitol Conference game Monday night in Cambridge.

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PRAIRIE DU CHIEN — Mary Hommen was the top individual qualifier for the state golf championship after the Cambridge senior turned in a score of 89 strokes at the WIAA Division 2 Prairie du Chien sectional hosted at Prairie du Chien Country Club on Tuesday.

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Tyler Haak and Bene Lemke provided a late boost, giving solace to the Deerfield football team following Friday’s 35-14 Trailways Small Conference loss to visiting Fall River/Rio on Friday night.

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Watertown’s girls swim team finished fourth while Jefferson/Cambridge placed fifth at the Watertown Invitational on Saturday at the Riverside Middle School pool.

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CAMBRIDGE — Tyler Curtis returned an interception for a touchdown in the first quarter and caught a touchdown pass in the second quarter from Cambridge quarterback Ezra Stein as the Blue Jays earned a 14-7 victory against Belleville at home in Capitol South action Friday.

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MIDDLETON — Mary Hommen and Aubrie Pero turned in similar cards as both shot matching 94s for the Cambridge Blue Jays as they took third place at the WIAA Division 2 Madison Edgewood regional on Wednesday at Pleasant View Woods & Lake in Middleton.

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John Leadholm was inducted into the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame on Saturday, Sept. 28. Leadholm coached boys and girls basketball in Cambridge for 33 years.