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The Deerfield athletic department is creating its own guidelines for returning to play amid the COVID-19 pandemic, following the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association’s release in mid-June of its summer guidelines.

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This week’s 18-hole play of the day was Valley of the Jolly Green Giant. The total of the last 4 holes on the front 9 and the first 5 on the back 9 minus ½ of a player’s handicap. Joyce Gehler took first place in Flight #1 with low putts too.

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Lake Mills pilot Shaun Scheel used a late-race caution to his advantage helping him capture the Wolff Pack Apparel 50-lap Late Model feature event on a special Friday night program at Wisconsin’s Action Track July 3. Scheel powered into the lead in the final laps en route to scoring his seco…

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This week’s Lake Ripley Country Club Women’s Organization 18-hole play of the day was called bookends. The total of the first 5 holes and the last 4 minus ½ of a player’s handicap resulted in Betty Litscher taking first place in Flight #1 with low putts going to Sarah Baird. Carol Zimbric to…

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After a series of mechanical difficulties in the opening weeks of competition at Wisconsin’s Action Track, Dale Nottestad of Cambridge finally put it all together. Nottestad got to the front of the field and ran off to claim the Jefferson Bargain Fair 50-lap Late Model main event on Saturday…

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Just over a week before the Home Talent League was scheduled to begin an abbreviated 2020 season, the state’s largest amateur baseball organization pulled the plug.

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The 18-hole Play of the Day for Tuesday, June 16, was recording your better nine after deducting half of your handicap. In Flight 1 there was a tie between Joyce Gehler and Betty Reay. Also tied for the Flight 2 was Charlene Cederberg and Wendy Lehr. Cindy Hartman and Sharon Lund shared Flig…

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The 18-hole Play of the Day for Tuesday, June 16, was recording your better nine after deducting half of your handicap. In Flight 1 there was a tie between Joyce Gehler and Betty Reay. Also tied for the Flight 2 was Charlene Cederberg and Wendy Lehr. Cindy Hartman and Sharon Lund shared Flig…

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The 18-hole Play of the Day for Tuesday, June 16, was recording your better nine after deducting half of your handicap. In Flight 1 there was a tie between Joyce Gehler and Betty Reay. Also tied for the Flight 2 was Charlene Cederberg and Wendy Lehr. Cindy Hartman and Sharon Lund shared Flig…

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Due to last Saturday’s forecasted high percentages of long lasting rain showers, the Papa Murphy’s Pizza 50 at Jefferson Speedway was canceled.

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The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association released much-anticipated guidelines for schools to resume athletic activities in the form of summer coach contact on July 1. The WIAA indicates that the guidelines were formed in collaboration with the governor’s office, the Department of P…

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CAMBRIDGE — Defending track champion Shaun Scheel of Lake Mills won the Brown Heating and Air Conditioning 50-lap Late Model feature event last Saturday Night at the Jefferson Speedway.

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Both Cambridge and Deerfield High Schools announced their selections for the 2020 WIAA Scholar Athlete program. Graduating seniors Olivia Williams and William “Fritz” Kaiser have been chosen for Cambridge, while Adam Staszak and Olivia Tatlock were Deerfield’s selections.

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This past Saturday the Home Talent League Executive Board approved a shortened season for 2020 and league play will begin the weekend of July 4 in all four sections.

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Wisconsin Dells pilot Michael Grueneberg charged to the front of the field on June 6 at Jefferson Speedway and held off a hard-charging Casey Johnson in the closing laps to secure the CR Custom Construction 50-lap Late Model feature. It wass Grueneberg’s first feature win in the young 2020 s…

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Athletics runs through the very bloodstream of Tyler Haak, so it’s no wonder he had an outstanding four-year high school career on the football field, basketball court and baseball diamond.

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The 2020 racing season finally kicked off on May 30 at Wisconsin’s Action Track. In front of a packed house, a strong group of racers took the green flag and put on a show that fan’s had been longing for. After the dust settled, last season’s runner-up in the Late Model standings stood tall …

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After helping set a WIAA Division 3 state track and field record in 2018, Will Kaashagen graduated from Cambridge High School and went to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater without much of a desire to continue his track career.

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Logan Larrabee hit his first-career hole-in-one while golfing on Friday, May 15, at Lake Ripley Country Club.

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One week after announcing its season would be on hold, Jefferson Speedway released its revised schedule for the 2020 season with plans to begin the season at the end of the month.

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One week after announcing its season would be on hold, Jefferson Speedway released its revised schedule for the 2020 season with plans to begin the season at the end of the month.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — As the result of a concerted effort to accommodate the growing number of female wrestlers, the 2020-21 high school wrestling rules changes are headlined by significant adjustments to weigh-in protocol and appropriate hair length requirements.

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From the very first days his father put a basketball in his hands, to watching his brothers play in the WIAA state tournament, and eventually winning a national title himself, basketball has been a huge part of Nick Krull’s life.

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Winter Awards Night was a little different at Deerfield High School this year as coaches from boys basketball, girls basketball and wrestling held it virtually.

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CHARLOTTE, N.C.  — Former NASCAR champion Matt Kenseth will again come out of retirement to compete for Chip Ganassi Racing as the replacement for fired driver Kyle Larson.