A week into the 2020 season, the Poynette boys and girls track and field teams were starting to build up momentum and coach Charlotte Reddeman was getting excited.
Golfers in the Lodi and Poynette areas can once again hit the links at Lodi Golf Club, Shepherds Meadow in Poynette or their other favorites. However, there are restrictions in play as the state is still under the “Safer at Home” order due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
These are tough times for sports fans. Life would be a lot better if we got to watch the Milwaukee Brewers’ early-season rise to the top of the National League Central Division and the Milwaukee Bucks’ playoff drive to an NBA title, but that will have to wait as the sports world is on hold d…
Although area baseball players will have to wait to use it until Governor Tony Evers’ “safer at home” order comes to an end, the Poynette Baseball Organization (PBO) finished up its batting cage project at Pauquette Park.
It was a season of mixed results for the Poynette girls basketball team in their first season under co-coaches Nathan Morter and Jon Horsfall. They managed just two Capitol North Conference wins, but went on to earn their first-ever WIAA regional title.
It was a long season in the Badger North Conference for the DeForest boys hockey co-op. The Norskies went 0-10 in conference play for a third straight year.
STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control voted to cancel the 2020 Annual Meeting and to delay making a determination on the continuation or cancellation of the spring sports seasons and tournaments at a special meeting today.
The Poynette and Lodi boys basketball teams combined for five selections to the All-Capitol North Conference list. The Blue Devils had three players recognized, while the Pumas had two.
STEVENS POINT — The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association determined all remaining games of the State Girls Basketball Tournament, and the boys basketball sectional finals and the State Tournament will be canceled in response to the evolving concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
The Poynette boys basketball team had its long regular season come to an end on Feb. 27. The Pumas suffered their eighth straight loss in their Capitol North finale with host Lakeside Lutheran.
On the same night sophomore wrestler Cash Stewart became Poynette’s first ever state champion, the Puma girls basketball team made some big school history of their own.
The Poynette prep wrestling team has had its fair share of talented wrestlers over the years, but one thing has eluded the Pumas. They have never had a state champion.
Sophomore 120-pounder Cash Stewart had a historic night at the WIAA Division 3 state tournament at the Kohl Center on Saturday, as he became the first Poynette wrestler to claim a state title.
As it charges toward the WIAA postseason, the Poynette boys basketball team is trying hard to stop its current losing skid. The Pumas were competitive in both of their Capitol North Conference games last week, but were unable to come away with a victory.
The 46th Annual American Birkebeiner was held in Hayward under ideal winter and snow conditions with over 7,000 skiers from 47 States and countries participating in multiple racing events last weekend.
The Future looks bright for the Poynette prep wrestling team. The Pumas had three sophomores and three freshmen compete at last Saturday’s WIAA Division 3 Dodgeland sectional.
Coming off a pair of victories the week prior, the Poynette girls basketball team tried to build on the momentum in road games against Watertown Luther Prep and Lake Mills last week. Unfortunately, the Pumas dropped both games.
After a strong showing at the Capitol Conference Tournament, the Poynette prep wrestling team continued its resurgence with a stellar effort at the WIAA Division 3 Johnson Creek Regional last Saturday.
The Poynette boys and girls curling team’s put their talents up against the best in Wisconsin at the state high school curling championships in Wausau last weekend. The Pumas proved there are elite.
As it sprints toward the WIAA postseason, the Poynette girls basketball team is picking up steam. For the first time this season, the Pumas earned back-to-back wins last week.
The Lodi and Poynette wrestling teams represented the area very well at last Saturday’s Capitol Conference Tournament in Belleville. They combined to put 16 wrestlers in the finals and crowned 10 champions.
The Lodi and Poynette boys basketball teams opened up the second half of the Capitol North Conference season with a matchup against each other at Lodi High School last Friday.
The Poynette cross country program recently had junior Katelyn Chadwick and senior Elias Ritzke recognized for an outstanding fall both in the classroom and on the course. Both earned academic all-state.
The Poynette boys basketball team broke into the Capitol North Conference win column for the first time last Friday. The Pumas captured a 55-46 victory over host Watertown Luther Prep.
The Poynette girls basketball team used a strong defensive effort to snap a two-game losing streak and earn its first Capitol North Conference victory.
The DeForest boys hockey co-op had an opportunity to win its first Badger North Conference game on Jan. 16, but came up a goal short against visiting Baraboo at the Ice Pond.
The Lodi and Poynette boys basketball team continued their storied rivalry on Jan. 16 with a tussle in Poynette to open the Capitol North Conference season.