The Poynette Crush 16U softball team is no stranger to the United States Fastpitch Association World Series, having competed three times previously.
Wisconsin Dells infielder Kayla Gray had an outstanding season with the Chiefs, becoming a unanimous first team All-South Central Conference selection for the second year in a row, but now the sophomore is starting to get recognized as not just one of the best players in the SCC, but the ent…
In 12 Flyway Conference games (54 1/3 innings) Mayville’s Abby Van Beek struck out 98 batters and accumulated a 0.902 ERA and allowed 29 walks.
Grace Scharfenberg’s bat didn’t miss the softball very often during Badger North Conference play this season. And the ball landed for a hit often.
Once conference rivals, Necedah’s Braedynn Jones and New Lisbon’s Kayla Steele and Callie Bever joined forces to represent their respective schools one final time.
Allison Tillema had a season for the ages in 2019, batting .597 with seven homers, 13 doubles and 41 RBIs at the plate and posting a 1.19 ERA with 222 strikeouts against only 42 walks in 118 innings pitched in the circle.
Poynette’s prep softball team dominated the all-Capitol North Conference awards list, and justifiably so after winning the conference title with a perfect 10-0 record on its way to winning the WIAA Division 3 state championship two weeks ago.
The awards continue to roll in for Poynette’s Casey Fountain. The junior pitcher, who led the Pumas to an undefeated season and the WIAA Division 3 state championship earlier this month, was named the Division 3 Player of the Year by the Wisconsin Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association (WFSC…
WISCONSIN DELLS — Joia Simonson and Olivia Limmex have spent years together on the softball diamond, dating to when they were 11 years old on the Mad City Kaos club softball team.
The Markesan prep baseball and softball teams each won Trailways West Conference championships this season, and league coaches presented the Trailways West’s top squads with the conference’s top individual honors.
Poynette won everything there was to win this spring, including the program’s fifth state championship with last Saturday’s 4-0 victory over Campbellsport in the WIAA Division 3 title game, so it was no surprise to see six Pumas on the 13-player All-Capitol North Conference first team when t…
For the second year in a row, Westfield finished the season as the South Central Conference champions, and the Pioneers were rewarded for their successful season as five players earned all-conference honors at season’s end, including four who were unanimous first-team picks.
The Portage prep softball team showed it could score runs in bunches this season, having posted 10 or more runs in eight games. That firepower led to some pretty impressive offensive numbers for the Warriors this season, and as a result, Portage had six different players earn All-Badger Nort…
In her final go-around with the Rockets, New Lisbon senior pitcher Kayla Steele saved her best season for last.
With just one senior and one junior on the roster when the season began, nobody really knew what to expect from the Wisconsin Dells softball program in 2019.
Pardeeville’s Sara Ott and Montello’s Abbie Kozlowski were both dual-threat players for their teams this spring.
MADISON — Early in Saturday’s WIAA Division 4 softball state championship game, Mishicot catcher Jadelyn Novy just missed catching a foul ball.