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Horicon 7, Lomira 4: The second-seeded Lions' season came to an end after a loss to the top-seeded Marshmen.
Nevermind that the Winnebago Lutheran softball team was 5-12 two weeks ago.
Appleton West 3, Fond du Lac 2: The host Cardinals pounded out 10 hits but not enough when they neeeded them as the Terrors got the game-winning run on sacrifice fly in the top of the eighth inning.
Oakfield 4, Lourdes 0: McKaela Ryan allowed no runs and gave up only three hits as the top-ranked Oaks beat the second-seeded Knights in a division 4 regional final played in Oakfield.
Laconia 2, Markesan 0: Kayla Schwebke struck out 16 batters as the top-seeded Spartans shut out the second-seeded Hornets in a division 3 regional final played in Rosendale.
Grafton 4, Mayville 3: The top-seeded Cardinals had the bases loaded with only one out in the bottom of the seventh inning, but could only bring in one run as they fell to the third-seeded Black Hawks at home in division 2 action.
Waupun 4, Plymouth 1: Tied 1-1 going into the bottom of the sixth inning, the top-seeded Waupun softball team scored three runs to help come away with a 4-1 win over fourth-seeded Plymouth Thursday in a WIAA Division 2 regional final game played in Waupun
Waupun 7, Oconomowoc 6: The Warriors scored five runs in the top of the seventh to beat the Raccoons.
Campbellsport 2, Waupun 0: Both goals came in the first half, coming from Tiffani Anderson and Landon Donigain as the Cougars earned their third conference win.
North Fond du Lac 9, Lomira 1: Tyler Arthur pitched seven strong innings as the Orioles cruised past the Lions in a game played in Lomira.
Fond du Lac's Kenan Saleh is headed to state.
You can't predict baseball. If ever there were a week which embodied that notion, it began Thursday with the Brewers' bullpen snafu and ended Tuesday with Yovani Gallardo's pinch-hit walk-off double.
Yovani Gallardo earned a victory with his arm a day after giving Milwaukee a win with his bat, and the Brewers overcame two home runs by Nelson Cruz to beat the Baltimore Orioles 8-3 Wednesday night.
Ryan Braun hit an early two-run double and Khris Davis added a three-run homer in the eighth.
Cruz hit two solo shots and leads the majors with 19 home runs.
There is a lot going on this week in our local soccer world, and the biggest event is the Fond du Lac Soccer recreation tournament this weekend at the complex.
With about 8 minutes left in the first half, the ball reflected back to Fond du Lac's Erica Daniels straight out from the goal about 15 yards out. Daniels had an easy shot at the goal, but she got under it and it sailed high.
Joe Wright and Matt Dilling found themselves in an interesting predicament on the No. 1 green on Rolling Meadows Golf Course Wednesday afternoon.
Plymouth 2, Campbellsport 0: The fourth-seeded Panthers upset the host and top-seeded Cougars, scoring in the first and sixth innings.
Mayville 1, Port Washington 0: Brianna Bauer was the hero for the top-seeded Mayville softball team on Wednesday, hitting a walk-off single in the bottom of the seventh inning to give the Cardinals a 1-0 win over fifth-seeded Port Washinton in a WIAA Regi
Waupun's Adrian Harmsen was having the kind of day where a fourth place finish seemed like a disappointment.
Division 1 Beaver Dam Regional: It was a big night for the Fond du Lac High School track teams at Tuesday's WIAA Division 1 Regional Meet at Beaver Dam, where the Cardinal boys were the champions and the girls were runners-up.