Racing continued at Madtown BMX with two races last week. Riders hit the track on both Aug. 7 and 9.
Matthew Gulvik (Poynette), Jayden Carpenter (Morrisonville), Derek Klein (DeForest), Tyler Zander (Windsor), Wil Geurts (Windsor), Jordan Mennes (DeForest) led area riders with division wins at Madtown BMX’s lone night of racing last week. Carpenter and Klein both came away with two wins on …
Graduated Lodi senior Ben Rashid took the football field one last time as a Blue Devil. He suited up for the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association Small School All-Star game at Titan Stadium on the UW-Oshkosh campus.
Madtown BMX had its busiest week of the year after hosting four days of racing. The track hosted Local Races on Jan 10 and 12, a Race for Life Double last Saturday and a State Race Double last Sunday.
It would take some work, but the Lodi girls soccer team kept its streak of winnings alive this spring. The Blue Devils made it eight straight seasons with a winning mark after going 8-7-5.
Even though Lodi prep softball team finished the spring just 6-16 overall, the Blue Devils showed signs of turning things around under first-year coach Allie Taylor.
The Lodi and Poynette boys and girls track teams all put together fantastic showings in the Capitol Conference this spring. It helped them earn a plethora of spots on the all-conference team.
The Lodi girls soccer team had its string of eight straight top-two finishes in the Capitol Conference come to an end this spring. The Blue Devils finished in fifth place with a 2-2-3 record.
Lodi senior Mackenzie Heyroth came into the WIAA Division 2 state meet in La Crosse last weekend as one of the top hurdlers in Wisconsin. She left the meet as the best hurdler in Division 2 history after setting two new record times.
For the 12th straight year, the Lodi boys golf team competed in a WIAA sectional last week. The Blue Devils took part in the Division 2 Prairie du Chien Sectional on May 28.
The Lodi girls soccer team had its WIAA Division 3 postseason run come to an end with an 8-1 loss to Madison Edgewood in a regional final last Saturday.
After knocking off third-seeded Portage in the opening round of the WIAA Division 2 playoffs, sixth-seeded Lodi was looking for another upset against second-seeded Adams Friendship in the regional semifinals on May 28.
The Lodi and Poynette wrestling teams are still picking up accolades after a great winter season. Both squads had athletes named Academic All-State by WiWreslting.com.
The Lodi and Poynette boys and girls track and field teams will be well represented at the WIAA State meet in La Crosse this week after great showings at the Division 2 Richland Center Regional on May 20 and the East Troy Sectional on May 23.
The Lodi prep softball team came limping into the WIAA postseason after dropping its final five games of the regular season. But, the Blue Devils put the late-season struggles behind them and put together one of its best performances of the season in a WIAA Division 2 regional opener against…
The Capitol Conference was very competitive in girls soccer and no team proved that more than Lodi. The Blue Devils closed out conference play on May 21 with their third tie.
Following a 4-1 non-conference loss to Sauk Prairie on May 20, the Lodi baseball team entered the WIAA Division 2 playoffs having lost their final five regular season games.
The Lodi boys and girls track and field teams picked the perfect time to have one of their best meets of the season. Both Blue Devil squads garnered top-two finishes at the Capitol Conference Meet in Columbus on May 14.
The Lodi prep baseball team had a rough week. The Blue Devils dropped a Capitol Conference crossover game to Wisconsin Heights and a Capitol North doubleheader with Columbus.
The Lodi boys golf team wrapped up a top-three finish in the Capitol Conference after placing third at the conference tournament at the Oaks Golf Course on May 15.
The Lodi softball team entered last week with a little momentum after winning four of its previous six games, but they were not able to carry it over. The Blue Devils dropped four games last week.
The Lodi and Poynette baseball team locked horns for the second time this season on May 2. The Blue Devils completed the season sweep with an 8-3 victory over the host Pumas.
The Lodi boys and girls track and field teams made the most of having a home track advantage on April 23 and came away with wins. The Blue Devils hosted Marshall, Waterloo and Watertown Luther Prep in a Capitol Conference double dual.