The Poynette prep wrestling team jumped into the 2019-2020 season with the Royall Invite last Saturday.
The Poynette girls basketball team had a chance to test its skills against one of the best teams in the state on Nov. 26. The Pumas hosted two-time defending WIAA Division 3 state champion Marshall.
For the second straight year, the Poynette girls basketball team is under new leadership. Nathan Morter and Jon Horsfall will be co-head coaches for the Pumas this season.
Former Poynette standout Cody Chadwick capped off a great junior season at UW-Oshkosh with a solid showing at the NCAA Division III Cross Country Meet in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Poynette Panthers and the Club @Damage Inc. have joined forces over the past few years to serve area wrestlers year-round in all three styles of wrestling – Folkstyle, Freestyle and Greco-Roman. “Connecting these two clubs together has benefitted area wrestlers more than we could have im…
For the 19th time in the last 20 years, the Poynette cross country program had representatives at the WIAA State meet. This past Saturday at the Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids, the Pumas were represented by junior Katelyn Chadwick and senior Elias Ritzke in Division 3.
The 12th-seeded Portage-Poynette boys soccer team had its season come to an end on Oct. 22 after falling 6-2 to fifth-seeded Baraboo in the opening round of the WIAA Division 2 playoffs.
The Poynette boys and girls cross country teams failed to advance out of last Saturday’s WIAA Division 3 Boscobel Sectional as a team, but both advanced a runner to state.
The Poynette prep football team had a chance to play a role in Columbus’ playoff dreams last Friday. A win by the Pumas would knock the Cardinals from playoff contention.
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 Portage-Poynette boys soccer team is still looking for its first Badger North Conference wins of the season after losses to Beaver Dam and Waunakee last week.
The Poynette prep football team had everything in front of them when they got the ball one last time during last Friday’s Homecoming game against visiting Watertown Luther Prep. The Pumas trailed by five points with 4 minutes, 51 seconds and had the ball on their own 30-yard line.
The Poynette prep volleyball team faced a tough challenge in its lone match last week. The Pumas traveled to Capitol North-leading Lakeside Lutheran on Oct. 1.
The Poynette prep football team came up short in a late drive against visiting Watertown Luther Prep on Friday and dropped a 26-21 Capitol North Conference decision.
The Poynette High School wrestling team and Poynette Panthers/The Club @Damage.Inc are joining forces to collect donations for the Wisconsin Veterans Home at King.
The Poynette girls and boys cross country teams were in top form at the Duck Pond Invite hosted by Big Foot High School on Sept. 24. Both Puma squads came away with second place.
The Poynette prep volleyball team had a chance at its first Capitol North Conference victory of the season on Sept. 24, but lost a five-match marathon to visiting Columbus.
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.
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.
After winning three of their first four games of the season, the Portage-Poynette boys soccer team has hit a bit of a rough patch. The United have lost their last three games.
The Poynette prep volleyball team is still searching for its first Capitol North Conference win of the season after falling 3-0 to visiting Lake Mills on Sept. 10.
The Poynette boys and girls cross country teams made the most of having a home-course advantage on Thursday and claimed Small Division titles at the invite they hosted at Shepherds Meadow Golf Course.