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After winning back-to-back games for the first time this season the week before, the DeForest boys hockey co-op was unable to carry over the momentum into last week. The Norskies fell to Mosinee, Beaver Dam and Sauk Prairie.

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After just one win in its first eight games of the season, the DeForest boys hockey co-op is starting to get hot. This past Friday, the Norskies earned their third win in the last four games.

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The Poynette boys basketball team got an up-close and personal look at one of the best teams in Division 3 last Friday. The Pumas hosted eighth-ranked Wisconsin Dells.

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The Poynette girls basketball team has hit a rough patch for the first time this season after dropping a pair of games at Just A Game Field House in Wisconsin Dells last weekend.

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The Poynette prep wrestling team only took seven athletes to the ultra-competitive Mid-States Classic on the UW-Whitewater Campus, but came away with four medals at the two-day tournament Dec. 27-28.

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Behind title-winning efforts by 126-pounder Cash Stewart, 132-pounder James Amacher and 138-pounder Gunnar Hamre, the Poynette prep wrestling team placed sixth at the Mount Horeb Invite last Saturday.

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The DeForest boys hockey co-op is still searching for its first Badger North Conference win of the season after dropping a pair of games last week.

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The Lodi prep wrestling team continued its dominance of the Capitol North Conference last Friday. The Blue Devils were a perfect 5-0 at the conference dual meet in Columbus.

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After opening the season with a pair of wins, the Poynette boys basketball team hit its first rough patch of the season last week. The Pumas dropped a pair of non-conference games.

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A slow start spelled doom for the DeForest boys hockey co-op in its Badger North Conference opener with host Baraboo on Dec. 12.

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The Poynette prep wrestling team jumped into the 2019-2020 season with the Royall Invite last Saturday.

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The Poynette boys basketball team is off to a good start this season. The Pumas earned their second victory of the season last Friday.

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The Ice Age Nordic ski team recently traveled to Ironwood, Michigan for the ABR Season Opener and a weekend of training on snow.

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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.

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The Poynette boys basketball team sprinted into the 2019-2020 season with a 65-60 non-conference victory over host Baraboo on Nov. 26.

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The DeForest boys hockey team had a solid start under new coach Brent Richter on Nov. 26, but it did not result in a win.

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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.

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The Poynette prep football team had a long season in the Capitol North Conference, but the Pumas got some good news with eight spots on the all-conference list.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Poynette prep volleyball team had a touch ending to the 2019 regular season last week. The Pumas dropped a pair of Capitol North Conference matches.

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The Portage-Poynette boys soccer team closed out its regular-season schedule last week with a pair of Badger North Conference tilts.

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The Poynette had a great showing at the Albany Invite last Saturday in its final preparations for the Capitol Conference Meet.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Poynette and Lodi cross country teams showed off their talents under the lights at the Nightfall Classic in Wisconsin Dells last Friday.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Portage-Poynette boys soccer team played two very different games last week.