Over the last five years, the Middleton girls golf team has not lost a single Big Eight Conference dual meet, going 44-0-1.Senior Payton Hodson has been a key part of that run, helping the Cardinals achieve that stunning record over the last four seasons. Last year, she won the Big Eight tournament before helping Middleton finish second as a team in the WIAA Division 1 state tournament.This year, however, her role in the Cardinals' program has extended even further.
Stoughton center fielder Tanner Klitzke hit a measly .125 during the Home Talent League amateur baseball regular season, collecting only four hits in 32 at-bats.But on Sunday, Klitzke delivered two hits, scored a run and drove in two more, including the eventual winning run on a safety squeeze to lead the Stoughton to a 5-4 win over host Montello for its first league championship in 31 years.“To clutch up in the biggest game of the year, it’s pretty awesome,” Klitzke said.
Four years ago, Middleton Home Talent league pitching ace Drew Farrell took the mound in the HTL championship game, striking out seven in a complete-game effort to lead the 29ers to their first title since 2002.Opposite Farrell in that game was Stoughton ace Ben Riffle, who struggled in that game, getting bounced after surrendering 13 hits over 5⅔ innings.At 1 p.m. today, the two will again go head-to-head in Stoughton, this time for the driver’s seat in the HTL Grand Championship series....
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