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The Milton Junction Pub Raptors fell short in the 38th annual Fort Atkinson Generals Tournament championship game, losing to the Jefferson Blue Devils, 9-1, on Friday night at Baseball Fest at Jones Park in Fort Atkinson.

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The Milton varsity legion baseball team, which is comprised of next year’s juniors, was defeated by Jefferson, 7-5, in a game held on Monday, June 10, at Fischer Field in Jefferson.

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The Milton Junction Pub Raptors played their way into the thick of a tightening Rock River League South Division playoff race by bringing out their big bats during an 11-5 win at Johnson Creek on a cool, overcast Father’s Day Sunday.

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The Milton Junction Pub Raptors completed a big two-game weekend sweep of Clyman Sunday and Fort Atkinson Friday evening to put themselves into the thick of the Rock River League South Division race and the finals of the Fort Atkinson Generals Baseball Tournament.

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Senior AJ Gray, a three-time member of the Badger South’s first team, finished off his first-ever play at the WIAA Division 1 Boys Golf Championship last week.

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The Milton High School baseball team was riding high last Tuesday afternoon.

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The Milton High School girls soccer team’s reign in its regional came to an end Saturday, June 1, as the Red Hawks were defeated by Monona Grove, 7-0, in a regional final in Monona Grove.

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The Badger South all-conference teams were announced for baseball, softball and soccer, and the Red Hawks collected five first team members and a combined 13 Milton athletes were named to teams or garnered honorable mention nods.

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The Milton High School boys golf team has leaned a lot on senior AJ Gray this year, but it was a pair of freshmen that stepped up in a big way to help send the Red Hawks to the sectional meet.

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Former Milton High School golfer and current University of Wisconsin-Whitewater golfer CheyAnn Knudsen tied the Warhawks’ lowest round in program history with a 73 at the NCAA Division III Championships on Friday, May 17, in Houston, Texas.

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With conference play drawing to an end, the Milton High School baseball team has a chance to do something that’s never been done before at the program, win the Badger South.

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The Milton High School track and field teams competed in their regular season finale on Friday, May 10, as girls took fifth and the boys placed eighth at the Tom Mueller Invitational in Oregon.