Lodi swimmer Brooke Presny capped off her high school career by competing in two events at last Friday’s WIAA Division 2 state meet at the UW-Madison Natatorium.
For the first time since 2011, the Lodi girls swim team will have a representative at the WIAA Division 2 state meet, as Brooke Presny punched her ticket in two events.
The Lodi girls swim team has had its troubles in the past at the Badger North Conference Meet, but that was not the case at this year’s meet in Baraboo last Saturday.
The Lodi girls and boys cross country teams had their respective seasons come to an end at last Saturday’s WIAA Division 2 River Valley Sectional. They placed ninth and 10th, respectively.
The Lodi girls swim team faced a tough challenge when it hosted DeForest in a Badger North Conference dual on Oct. 15, but the Blue Devils hung right with the talented Norskies.
Poynette made the most of hosting last Saturday’s Capitol Conference Cross Country Meet at Shepherds Meadow Golf Course, as both Puma squads placed in the top three.
The Lodi boys soccer team got back on the wining track in the Capitol Conference on Oct. 8 with a 5-2 win over visiting Columbus. The win snapped the Blue Devils’ two-game conference losing streak.
The Lodi prep volleyball team remained in the hunt for a top-three finish in the Capitol North Conference after shutting out visiting Columbus on Oct. 1.
The Lodi prep football team had been cruising along this season coming into last Friday’s Capitol North Conference battle with Columbus. The Blue Devils had outscored their opponents 200-26 in racking up six wins.
After going 3-1 during the Capitol Conference dual season, the Lodi girls tennis team came into the last Saturday’s conference tournament hosted by Wayland Academy with a shot at a title.
The Lodi prep volleyball team remains in the hunt for a top-tier finish in the Capitol North Conference spite being shut out by visiting Watertown Luther Prep 3-0 on Sept. 24.
The Lodi girls swim team had its Badger North Conference dual with visiting River Valley come down to the final event of the night. Unfortunately, the Blue Devils came up just short 88-82.
The Lodi boys and girls cross country teams took a break from the traditional invite format to compete in the Golden Eagle Invite hosted by Fennimore last Saturday.
The long rivalry between the Lodi and Poynette prep footballs teams will be taking a break starting next fall. Both programs will move into new conferences.
Long-time rivals Lodi and Poynette met up one last time on the football field on Friday. With the WIAA realigning conferences next season, the Blue Devils and Pumas will go their separate ways after playing each other every year since 1987.
Lodi graduate Amber Richter, a sophomore on the UW-Oshkosh women’s soccer team, was named the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Women’s Soccer Defensive Athlete of the Week for games held Sept. 9-15.
After a dominating run through its non-conference schedule, the Lodi prep football team carried over the momentum into its Capitol North Conference opener at Watertown Luther Prep on Friday.
In a battle of the final two undefeated teams in the Capitol North Conference, host Lakeside Lutheran shut out the Lodi prep volleyball team 3-0 on Sept. 10.
The Lodi prep football team completed a perfect run through its non-conference schedule with a 44-7 thumping of host New Glarus-Monticello last Friday night.
Former Lodi standout Hunter Grams, a sophomore at UW-Platteville, was named the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) Special Teams Player of the Week for football games held Sept. 2-8.
For the first time since 2014, the Poynette boys and girls cross country teams are ranked at the same time. The Lady Pumas are currently ranked sixth, while the Poynette boys are eighth.