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St. Mary Central 4, Laconia 3: The Spartans pounded out 12 hits but were done in by five errors, leading to three unearned runs for the Zephyrs.
Don Zimmer, a popular fixture in professional baseball for 66 years as a manager, player, coach and executive, has died. He was 83.
WLA 7, Dominican 3: Better late than never, the Winnebago Lutheran baseball team saved one of its best offensive innings of the season for Wednesday when it trailed third-seeded Dominican 3-0, erupting for all seven of the Vikings' runs en rout to a 7-3 w
In order for the St. Mary's Springs boys track and field team to repeat as Division 3 champs, things are going to have to fall in place and runners are going to have to run personal-bests this weekend.
Tick, tick, tick. What is that sound? Is that a timer? Is it ticking down to something special?
D1 Manitowoc Lincoln Sectional: Fond du Lac's Marcus Ruch and Matt Dilling took part in Wednesday's sectional, having been aided by it being postponed from Tuesday and moved to the Cardinals' home course of Rolling Meadows.
D3 Kohler sectional: The St. Mary's Springs boys golf team didn't make it back to state as a team on Tuesday, but it will still have a pair of Ledgers compete at Madison next week.
Fond du Lac's Marissa Wustrack turned a bad thing into a good thing last season.
Mishicot 4, WLA 2 (8 inn.): The Vikings tied it up with two outs in the bottom of the seventh, but Indians' Taylor Krause hit a 2-run home run in the top of the eighth to come away with the win.
Laconia 2, Brillion 1: The Spartans got a big performance out of junior pitcher Taylor Weisnicht, who struck out the side to end the game in division 3 regional action in Rosendale.
Springs 14, Horicon 0 (5 inn.): The fourth-seeded Ledgers used an 11-run third inning at home to get past the fifth-seeded Marshmen in a division 3 regional while Josh Ditter gave up only one hit in four innings pitched.
Omro 1, Lomira 0: The sixth-seeded Lions were held to three hits in a loss to the third-seeded Foxes in a game played in Omro.
The Laconia softball team doesn't need much of an offense lately with the way Kayla Schwebke is retiring batters.
Beaver Dam 5, Fond du Lac 4: The Cardinals had a runner on third in the bottom of the seventh, but Paul Holden lined out to end the game.
Winneconne 2, NFDL 1: The fourth-seeded Wolves scored the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh to get past the fifth-seeded Orioles in a game played in Winneconne.
Division 2 sectional: The Winnebago Lutheran golf team was so close to making it to state as a team Tuesday, but finished one stroke behind Roncalli to finish third in a WIAA Division 2 Sectional meet held at Crystal Springs Golf Course in Seymour.
Division 3 sectional: At Lawsonia Links in Green Lake, Central Wisconsin Christian's Logan Ganz and Jake Thomson fired a 93 and 108 as their season came to an end.
Waupun 9, Grafton 0: Tiffany Killam had another monster day for the Warriors, tossing a one-hit shutout while hitting a 3-run home run in a win over the Black Hawks in a game played in Mayville.
Oakfield 3, Algoma 1: The Oakfield softball team got a little revenge on the team that ended its season last year, edging defending state champion and fourth-ranked Algoma 3-1 Tuesday in a WIAA Division 4 Sectional Semifinal in Algoma.
Yovani Gallardo gave up six runs and a pair of homers Tuesday night, as the Brewers' ninth inning rally came up short in a 6-4 loss to the Twins.