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Trey Colts and Jack Nikolay each scored 18 points for Cambridge in a 61-56 win over Waterloo’s boys basketball team in the Capitol South opener for both teams on Jan. 16.

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MARSHALL — Marshall had lost two of its previous four games heading into a Jan. 14 meeting with archrival Waterloo, and to say the Cardinals took out their frustrations on the Pirates would be a grave understatement.

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The ebb and flow of the Waterloo boys basketball season continued as the Pirates lost once and won once over the past week.

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CAMBRIDGE — Senior forward Gracie Korth scored a game-high 19 points for Cambridge in a 52-37 win over Waterloo in the Capitol South opener for both teams on Thursday.

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WATERLOO — Junior forward Brooke Mosher scored 10 of her 14 points in the second half, including four straight free throws late in regulation, to lead Waterloo’s girls basketball team to a 57-51 nonconference win over Hustisford on Monday.

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PEWAUKEE — The Marshall girls basketball team hasn’t shied away from competition, playing up to Division 2 and even Division 1 programs, this season.

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FALL RIVER — Junior forward Blake Huebner led three players in double figures with 17 points to lead the Waterloo boys basketball team to a 65-51 non-conference win over Fall River on Jan. 3.

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The year 2019 was captured once again in the headlines of the Waterloo/Marshall Courier, but of course some things stood out more than others. It was a year that saw several coaching changes at both Marshall and Waterloo High Schools, the retirement of a legendary coach, and a state champion…

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FALL RIVER — Freshman guard Julia Asik hit a 3-pointer from the top of the key with two seconds left in overtime to lift Waterloo’s girls basketball team to a 59-57 win over Mayville in the third-place game of the Fall River Tournament on Saturday.

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The Waterloo High School wrestling team had a strange twist of fate as it hosted the Pirate Duals on Saturday. After winning last year’s event by earning a penalty point, the Pirates lost on a tiebreaker and wound up going 2-1 on the day.

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Last weekend’s Winter Solstice officially marks the beginning of winter, but areas of the north have already endured plenty of winter-like weather. There have been over 45 inches of snow recorded at the Brule River State Forest ranger station since the first snowfall.

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JUNEAU — Freshman guard Julia Asik led three players in double figures with 16 points as Waterloo’s girls basketball team defeated Dodgeland 60-48 in a non-conference game on Friday.

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Junior guard Skyler Powers scored a career-high 30 points as Waterloo’s girls basketball team defeated Rio, 61-46, in a non-conference game on Friday.

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With a pair of Capitol Conference crossover contests, the season is officially underway for the Marshall boys’ basketball team.

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Marshall High School girls basketball standout Anna Lutz announced via Twitter that she has committed to play basketball at the UW-Milwaukee.

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A prolific night from beyond the arc and the ability to get to the free throw line propelled the Marshall boys basketball team to its first win of the season, a 63-52 victory over visiting Columbus in a Capitol Conference crossover played Dec. 5.

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JOHNSON CREEK — Juan Alonso claimed the 126-pound weight class and Dylan Horstmeyer won at 170 to highlight the Waterloo and Marshall wrestling teams’ performances at the 2019 Creek Classic on Saturday.

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The Waterloo boys basketball team was looking for its first winning streak against Deerfield in over a decade going into Monday’s yearly non-conference contest. After losing 10 straight to the Demons and having not won since the 2010-11 season, the Pirates earned a 76-67 victory last year, a…

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If the Marshall wrestling team is to make some noise this year, it’s likely going to come at the hands of Dylan Horstmeyer, Jack Moen and Kobe Grossman.

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Freshman guard Julia Asik and junior forward Brooke Mosher each scored 17 points as Waterloo improved to 3-0 with a 71-52 non-conference win over Pardeeville on Nov. 25.

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The start of the 2019-20 season for the Waterloo High School boys basketball team hasn’t quite gone as planned, as the Pirates dropped a pair of non-conference decisions.

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Thurston Schuster was thrust into the lead role as head coach of the Waterloo High School wrestling program last season, and all he did was lead the program to a place it had never gone before — the Capitol South Conference dual championship.

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Don’t tell Florence Teeters she’s too old to enjoy Wisconsin’s great outdoors as a gun deer hunter, along with ziplining, going to Mardi Gras in Louisiana every year and tending to a garden in her bare feet. Yes, she’s 104, but who’s counting. She sure isn’t.

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Marshall senior running back/inside linebacker Dylan Horstmeyer was named to the 2019 Wisconsin Football Coaches Association All-Region Team.

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Marshall’s Gianna Dugan and Waterloo’s Christi Forman earned first-team honors, and Marshall's Kobe Grossman was a second-team performer after their efforts at the 2019 Capitol South Conference Meet on Oct. 19.

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The Waterloo High School boys basketball program had a rollercoaster season in 2018-2019. Just 10 games in, Bryan Setz was replaced by Brian Lutz, who finished the year as interim head coach.

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A balanced scoring attack led the Waterloo High School girls basketball team to a pair of victories to open the 2019-20 season. After defeating Orfordville Parkview 49-32 in the season opener on Nov. 19, the Pirates used a big second half to down Deerfield, 52-43, opening the season 2-0.

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In two seasons Marshall junior forward Anna Lutz has scored 881 points and grabbed 404 rebounds while helping the Cardinals win back-to-back WIAA Division 3 state championships.

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Marshall senior Dylan Hortstmeyer was named the Defensive Player of the Year, headlining the 2019 Capitol South all-conference team.