WIAA State Tornament UpdatesRegional Sports
-- WIAA State High School Spring Championship games
WIAA state high school spring baseball tournament Championship games
Division 3: Prescott 4, Orfordville Parkview 3 in 8 innings
Division 4: Coleman 20, Johnson Creek 11
WIAA state high school softball tournament
Division 1 quarter finals
Sun Prairie 10, Franklin 0
Appleton East 1, Westosha Central 0 in 9 innings
Chippewa Falls 18, Sussex Hamilton 2
WIAA girls’ state high school soccer tournament
Division 1 quarter final
Kenosha Tremper 3, Eau Claire Memorial 3 (Tremper wins 4-2 shootout)
A walk-off single in extra innings gave Prescott the Division Three title this afternoon at the state high school spring baseball tournament near Appleton. Prescott edged Orfordville Parkview 4-3 in eight innings. Clay Seifert hit the game winning single, as Prescott won its second state championship and ended its season at 26-2. Trevor Aasen pitched the entire game for Parkview, giving up 10 hits in seven and a third innings with five strikeouts and three walks. Aasen also went 4-4 at the plate, as Parkview finished its season at 22-8. Earlier today, Coleman won the Division 4 title, prevailing in a 20-11 slugfest over Johnson Creek. Both teams committed seven errors apiece, which tied a tournament record for a single team’s miscues. Coleman also drew 13 walks. The Division Two title game was being played late this afternoon between Portage and Ellsworth. Tonight, Bay Port and Sun Prairie play for the Division One championship.
Sun Prairie shut out Franklin 10-0 this afternoon in the third Division One quarter final game at the state girls’ high school softball tournament in Madison. Sun Prairie scored eight runs in the third, fourth, and fifth innings to seal their victory. Kristen Hoppman homered and pitched a four hitter, as Sun Prairie improved to 23-3. Franklin ended its season at 22-7. Sun Prairie will now face either Stevens Point or Germantown in tomorrow night’s Division One semifinals. Point and Germantown were playing the last quarter-final game late this afternoon. Earlier today, Chippewa Falls crushed Sussex Hamilton 18-2, and Appleton East pulled off a 1-0 win over Westosha Central in nine innings. Nicole Kitten drew a bases loaded walk in the top of the ninth to win it. Chippewa Falls will now face Appleton East in tomorrow’s Division One semis. Tonight, the Division-Two tournament begins with the semi-finals. West De Pere plays Baldwin-Woodville. And then Monroe will wrap up Day One of the tournament against Plymouth.
Kenosha Tremper won the opening game of the girls’ state high school soccer tournament this afternoon in Milwaukee. Tremper eliminated Eau Claire Memorial in a 4-2 shootout, after both teams played to a 3-3 tie. Game Two of the Division One quarter-finals was being played late this afternoon between De Pere and Waukesha West. That winner will face Kenosha Tremper in the Div One semi finals tomorrow night. Semi finals will also be played tomorrow in Divisions Two and Three. Title matches in all three divisions are set for Saturday.
Pewaukee native Mark Wilson shot a six over par 76 today in his opening round at the US Open golf tournament in San Francisco. Wilson was only one over after 10 holes. But he double-bogeyed the 14th hole and he had a triple bogey eight on the 522 yard 17th hole at the Olympic Club. Wilson had been in a tie for 11th place over the noon hour when he had five holes down, and by late afternoon, he slipped all the way down to a tie for 82nd. Steve Stricker of Madison was just starting his first round late this afternoon. Michael Thompson was the clubhouse leader at 4 under 66.
Wisconsin’s football game at Oregon State on September eighth will start at three p.m. The Pac 12 conference announced the kickoff time today. The game will be shown on FX, a Fox cable channel.