The Poynette prep football team is coming off its first winning season in three years and is looking to make more history this season with a trip to the playoffs.
Despite not making both the Night League and Eastern Section playoffs, the Poynette Indians Home Talent baseball team did a lot of good things during the 2019 season.
After a long regular season of baseball, the DeForest Deacons and Poynette Indians had their Home Talent playoff lives come down to the final game. They locked horns in a win-or-go-home game in DeForest this past Sunday.
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 …
With the Home Talent Eastern Section playoffs fast approaching, every game is important for the Poynette Indians baseball team. The Indians were able to remain in the playoff hunt after splitting a pair of Eastern Section games last weekend.
The Poynette Indians baseball team will be hosting its annual Fan Appreciation Night this Friday at 7 p.m. The Indians will play an exhibition game against the Fort Atkinson Generals.
The Poynette Pumas summer fastpitch softball team enjoyed a great week after going 6-2 to take third place at the Baraboo Thunder Classic 16/17U Tournament last weekend.
The Poynette Crush U16 softball team battled triple-digit temperatures and the best teams in the country to win the Panama City Beach Mizuno U16 USFA World Series in Florida last week.
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.
Wins were again hard to come by for the Poynette prep baseball team. After garnering just win all of last season, the Pumas finished this spring with an overall record of 3-15.
For the second straight year, the Poynette prep softball team boasts the best player in Division 3. Junior Casey Fountain was named this year’s top player by the Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association.
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 Poynette Indians baseball team lost its grip on first place in the Home Talent Eastern Section after coming up short against the host Cottage Grove Firemen last Friday.
Over the past 20 seasons, the Poynette softball team has achieved a lot of success. The Pumas have advanced to the state tournament 10 times, won four titles and finished as the runner-up four times.
Sometimes a coach has a hunch about a player in a key game or key play. Poynette softball coach Bob Tomlinson had one of those hunches heading into last Friday’s WIAA Division 3 state semifinal with Prescott.
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.
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 Poynette prep baseball team went into its final week of the season with a little bit of momentum after winning back-to-back games for the first time this season the week prior.
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 Poynette prep softball team ran its win streak to 46 games after sweeping a doubleheader with Luther Prep and downing Columbus last week. The Pumas earned a shutout in all three games.
The Poynette boys and girls track and field teams made the most of having home field advantage on May 9. Both Puma squads came away with titles in dominating performances at the Poynette Invite.