GRAND CHUTE - Brenden Bille fired a one-hit shutout as the Waupun baseball team defeated Mosinee 6-0 late Wednesday night in a WIAA Division 2 state semifinal at Neuroscience Group Field at Fox Cities Stadium in Grand Chute. Bille didn't allow a hit for the Warriors until there were two outs remaining in the seventh inning and finished with 10 strikeouts. "I knew that I needed to be on top of my game," Bille said. "I wasn't expecting to only give up one hit."
MADISON - The perfect ending to an amazing run. The fitting conclusion to an unprecedented prep career. For the Laconia softball team and ace pitcher Kayla Schwebke, Saturday's WIAA Division 3 state championship game against Weyauwega-Fremont was the culmination of a four-year stretch that has seen the Spartans establish themselves as one of the premier programs in the state. It ended just like the last 60 games Laconia has played — with a win.
LA CROSSE - The Lourdes Academy girls 3,200-meter relay team is no stranger to the top of the podium. Winning the WIAA Division 3 state title in the event last year, the Knights' obvious goal was to repeat this season. The Lourdes Academy team of Katie Van Scyoc, Carly Vandenhouten, Ellen Moore and Emily Foley finished with a time of 9:39.71 in the 3,200 relay to cruise to another D3 championship on Saturday at the WIAA state track and field meet, hosted on the campus of UW-La Crosse.
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