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Updated: June 18, 2019 @ 3:29 pm
Horicon teammates, Amber Jacobson (left) and Payton Marvin (back to camera) celebrate after the last out of the game.
Jesse Miller, the uncle of Horicon outfielders Lauren and Emma Miller, celebrates in the stands at Goodman Diamond in Madison after the Marshladies defeated Mishicot 13-4 on Saturday.
Horicon second baseman Karissa Laabs, middle, watches as pitcher Allison Tillema, left, and Aleaya Neu, right, finish off a gameday routine done before the start of an inning.
Horicon's Lauren Miller, top, hugs Aleaya Neu after the Marshladies defeated Mishicot 13-4 on Saturday.
Horicon third baseman Lauren Miller catches a foul ball during Saturday's WIAA Division 4 state championship game against Mishicot.
Horicon catcher Payton Marvin catches a popup for the second out of the sixth inning during Saturday's WIAA Division 4 state championship game against Mishicot.
Members of the Horicon prep softball team celebrate with the WIAA Division 4 state championship trophy after the Marshladies defeated Mishicot 13-4 on Saturday at Goodman Diamond in Madison.
Horicon's Amber Jacobson went 1-for-4 at the plate during Saturday's WIAA Division 4 state championship game against Mishicot.
Horicon's Emma Miller fields a ground ball in center field during Saturday's WIAA Division 4 state championship game.
After defeating Mishicot 13-4 during Saturday's WIAA Division 4 state tournament, from left, Jordan Bauer, Taylor Miescke, Ashley Heine and coach Roger Schliewe storm the field to celebrate with the rest of the Horicon prep softball team.
Horicon coach Roger Schliewe signals to catcher Payton Marvin the Marshladies are one out away from winning back-to-back WIAA Division 4 state championships. After Mishicot's Taylor Krueger struck out, the Marshladies won 13-4.
Horicon coach Roger Schliewe, middle, tells his team that he's proud of them after defeating Mishicot 13-4 to win back-to-back WIAA Division 4 state championships.
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