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.
The Poynette girls and boys track and field teams put together their best performances of the season so far on April 26. Both Puma squads came away with the title at the Pardeeville Invite.
For the first time since July 4 of 2016, the Poynette Indians baseball team captured a Home Talent Eastern Section victory over Portage last Sunday. The Indians came from behind to win 7-5 at home.
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 Poynette prep baseball team was unable to build off its first win of the season, a 9-7 victory over Westfield on April 18. The Pumas were shut out by visiting Portage 7-0.
The top-ranked and undefeated Poynette softball team continues to tear up the competition on the diamond. The Pumas recently recorded lopsided wins over North Fond du Lac and Lakeside Lutheran.
The Poynette boys and girls track and field teams had their work cut out for them after competing in back-to-back meets last week. They took part in the Westfield Triangular on April 15 and the Belleville Quad the following night.
After a solid start to the season, the Portage-Poynette girls soccer team had its first losing week. The United suffered back-to-back losses for the first time.
The Poynette boys and girls track teams traveled to Waterloo for a Capitol North meet on April 9. The Pumas had a number of standout performances.
It is early in the season, but the Lodi and Poynette baseball teams were looking to separate themselves in the Capitol North Conference when they squared off in Lodi on April 9.
Entering the 40th season under head coach Bob Tomlinson, expectations are again high for the Poynette prep softball team. The Pumas are coming off their fourth state title.
Defending WIAA Division 3 state champion Poynette picked up right where it left off last season. The Pumas opened the 2019 campaign with three wins last week.
What it lacked in the numbers, the Poynette wrestling team made up with quality athletes. The Pumas’ season included advancing a wrestler to the state tournament.