WIAA state girls soccer preview: Waunakee, Oregon, Madison Edgewood chasing state titles


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Waunakee senior Maddie Farnsworth, right, battles for control with Watertown freshman Lily Gifford while Waunakee junior Anne Dotzler looks on during Saturday’s WIAA Division 1 girls soccer regional final at Waunakee. The Warriors took a 4-1 victory.

Waunakee senior Josie Bono, right, tries to keep Watertown freshman Lily Gifford from clearing the ball, while Goslings junior Autumn Meyers looks on, during a WIAA Division 1 girls soccer regional final at Waunakee on Saturday. Waunakee won, 4-1.

Waunakee’s Anne Dotzler celebrates her first-half goal against Middleton on Saturday. Sarah McLaughlin (25) was credited with the assist.

Publisher: madison.com
Date: 2019-06-10T19:15:00-0500
Author: Art Kabelowsky Wisconsin State Journal
Twitter: @WiStateJournal
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Tribune Profile: Bowen Best: He’s raising funds for village in Haiti

Bowen Best’s fundraising efforts aim to fund resettlement of families in Haiti impacted by hurricanes.

‘I like to feel like I’ve made somebody happy. Whether it’s in a relationship, whether it’s in fundraising, whether it’s in officiating a game, I have this need to make people happy.’ Bowen Best’s generous spirit was handed down to him from his parents.

Bruce Best was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines when he met his native-born, future wife, Eugenia. Bowen was born in Manila. The family moved to his dad’s hometown of South Bend when he was an infant.

Publisher: Hometown News LP
Author: Bob Khouri Tribune Correspondent
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Week in Review ‘ Dec. 11-16 | High-school

The Cadott boys basketball team didn’t return a bountiful amount of varsity experience to start this season.

But that hasn’t stopped the Hornets from getting out to a 5-1 start, a stretch that included four wins last week.

Cadott (5-1, 1-1) opened the year with a 67-33 win over Cornell on Nov. 28 before a 65-55 setback at Eau Claire Regis on Nov. 30. The Hornets went unbeaten last week with road wins over Glenwood City (55-53), Flambeau (70-57) and Stanley-Boyd (56-45) before a neutral-site victory against Elmwood/Plum City (63-32) on Saturday at the Northwest Tipoff Classic in Menomonie.

Publisher: Chippewa Herald
Date: 2017-12-18T06:00:00-0600
Twitter: @chippewaherald
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