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STOUGHTON — Jordan Hensler drove in Travis Noel in the top of the fourth inning to plate the only run, and Nick Brozek pitched a three-hit shutout leading the Waterloo McKays to a 1-0 Home Talent League East Night League win over the host Stoughton Merchants on June 13.

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CAMBRIDGE — Lake Mills driver Shaun Scheel charged to the front of the field on Saturday night at Wisconsin’s Action Track and drove away to win the CR Custom Construction 50-lap Late Model feature. The win gives the Lake Mills driver his second feature victory of the season and two out of t…

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WISCONSIN DELLS — Waterloo was well-represented at the 2019 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Games, held at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells on June 14.

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CAMBRIDGE — Kody Hubred of Deerfield powered to the front of the 20-car field at Jefferson Speedway and stayed there to secure to the win in the Pal’s Car Club 50-lap Late Model main event. The win marks Hubred’s first feature victory of the season at Wisconsin’s Action Track.

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The pitching of Utica’s Brock Wanniger was simply too much for the Waterloo McKays to handle.

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Marshall High School has filled the positions of its boys and girls basketball coaches vacancies. Dan Denniston will return to the sidelines as boys coach, while Doug Pickarts has been hired as the new girls coach.

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CAMBRIDGE — Another spectacular night of racing entertainment sought to warm up the fans on a cool, damp evening in south central Wisconsin. An exciting finish to the B&M Electric 50-lap Late Model main event ended with Lake Mills pilot, Shaun Scheel parked in victory lane. The win caps …

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CAMBRIDGE — Another spectacular night of racing entertainment sought to warm up the fans on a cool, damp evening in south central Wisconsin. An exciting finish to the B&M Electric 50-lap Late Model main event ended with Lake Mills pilot, Shaun Scheel parked in victory lane. The win caps …

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FORT ATKINSON — The Waterloo McKays had their hands full with Fort Atkinson Generals’ Dan Dean on Sunday afternoon. Dean handcuffed the McKays all afternoon. The big right-hander allowed just two hits while striking out 11 in the complete-game performance as the Generals earned a 5-1 Home Ta…

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COLUMBUS — Leading 4-3 midway through four innings the Waterloo baseball team looked to be in position of pulling off an upset of Columbus in the WIAA Division 3 regional semifinals on Tuesday, May 28.

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LA CROSSE — Waterloo junior Christi Forman earned a pair of Top 10 finishes in the girls 1,600 and 3,200 meter runs to lead the Pirates at the WIAA Division 3 State Track & Field Championships on Friday and Saturday.

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CAMBRIDGE — The ARCA Midwest Tour made its return to Jefferson Speedway on a warm evening in south central Wisconsin. Qualifying took place at Wisconsin’s Action Track under sunny skies and 80 degrees, with all 20 cars knowing they would be all locked into the running of The Salute The Troop…

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LAKE MILLS — Marshall couldn’t figure out Lake Mills pitcher Taylor Roughen in a the WIAA Division 3 softball regional semifinals.

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MARKESAN — Marshall nearly took down top-seeded Markesan, but in the end, fell one run short of the WIAA Division 3 playoff upset.

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Blake Huebner fired a three-hit shutout in Waterloo’s 6-0 WIAA Division 3 regional win over Montello.

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Blake Huebner was dealing in Waterloo’s WIAA Division 3 regional opener, and the end result was a three-hit shutout in a 6-0 victory over Montello on May 23.

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JOHNSON CREEK — By the latter half of May, most Wisconsinites have had it with temperatures in the low 50s with 18 miles per hour winds.

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EAST TROY — The WIAA Division 2 East Troy Sectional proved to be too tough for the Marshall track and field team, as no qualifiers advanced to the WIAA State Meet.

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PRINCETON — Christi Forman is making a return trip while Spencer Noel, Brenen Skalitzky and Brooke Mosher will join their Waterloo teammate at the 2019 WIAA State Track & Field Championships this weekend in La Crosse.

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Marshall used a pair of big innings to defeat Waterloo 10-3 and split the season series in the Capitol South Conference rivalry.

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CAMBRIDGE — Several Waterloo track and field athletes earned top-4 finishes to advance out of Monday’s WIAA Division 3 Cambridge Regional.

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COLUMBUS — Claire Huggett not only earned school but family bragging rights at the 2019 Capitol Conference Meet, held May 14 in Columbus.

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Waterloo amassed 15 hits in a 15-0 three-inning route of Kenosha Christian Life in the opening round of the WIAA Division 4 softball regional on May 16.

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WATERTOWN — The second season couldn’t have started soon enough for the Marshall softball team, and the Cardinals took full advantage of it.

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JEFFERSON — Competition was tough but a bevy of Marshall athletes qualified out of Monday’s WIAA Division 2 Jefferson Regional.

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The Marshall softball team went through a power surge on Saturday, May 11 hitting five home runs in an 11-6 Capitol South Conference win at Belleville.

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The Waterloo softball team earned a split last week, winning a pair of Capitol South Conference games while dropping a pair.

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LAKE MILLS — The Waterloo McKays Home Talent League baseball team earned its first victory of 2019, defeating the Lake Mills Grays 8-2 in Southeast Section play Sunday.

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MAZOMANIE — The Marshall baseball team exacted revenge on Wisconsin Heights, earning a 9-7 Capitol South Conference victory on Friday, May 10.

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RANDOLPH — A non-conference doubleheader sweep capped off a long week of games for the Waterloo baseball team. The Pirates earned wins of 11-1 and 11-9 over the Rockets on Saturday.

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WISCONSIN DELLS — Mya Andrews Claire Huggett and Gianna Dugan have led the way for the Marshall girls track and field team, and Friday was no different.

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CAMBRIDGE — On a chilly evening at Jefferson Speedway, the action on the track was hot and the racing was intense. Michael Grueneberg of Wisconsin Dells pounced on the lead as the Papa Murphy’s Pizza Late Model main event got underway.

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After 12 seasons Jason McConnell has resigned as head boys basketball coach at Marshall High School.

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CAMBRIDGE — On a beautiful Saturday evening in Southern Wisconsin, the roar of race engines filled the air as Jefferson Speedway kicked off the 2019 season.

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CAMBRIDGE — On a beautiful Saturday evening in Southern Wisconsin, the roar of race engines filled the air as Jefferson Speedway kicked off the 2019 season. The season opener presented by Serenity Concepts marked the beginning of another year of intense racing action.

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MAZOMANIE — A late-inning comeback came up short for the Waterloo baseball team in a Capitol South Conference road battle with Wisconsin Heights on May 3.

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JEFFERSON — The Waterloo McKays traveled to Jefferson to open the 2019 Home Talent League season, but they unfortunately came out on the short end of a 13-3 decision Sunday in Southeast Section play at Fischer Field.

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DEERFIELD — Mya Andrews and Anahi Bonilla earned three individual top-10 finishes to lead the Marshall girls track and field team’s way at the Deerfield Classic, held on Friday, May 3.

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Back-to-back four-run innings ultimately led Belleville to an 11-6 win over host Marshall in Capitol South Conference play Monday.

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LODI — Several top performances were turned in by Marshall during the Capitol Conference Quadrangular between the Cardinals, Waterloo, Lodi and Watertown Luther Prep on April 23.

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PARDEEVILLE — First-place finishes by Cody Kegler and the 4x800-meter relay team the Waterloo boys track and field team fashioned a third-place finish at the Bulldog Invitational, hosted by Pardeevile on April 26.

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A pair of losses dropped the Marshall softball team’s season record to 1-10.

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The Waterloo McKays will open their 2019 Home Talent League season this Sunday with a road game against the Jefferson Blue Devils.

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JEFFERSON — The 2019 season opener at Jefferson Speedway was cancelled due to Saturday’s snowstorm.

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JOHNSON CREEK — Maybe, just maybe this was the win the Marshall baseball team needed to turn its 2019 season around.