The WIAA softball season ends today with Championship Saturday at Goodman Diamonds on the campus of the UW in Madison. Five divisions, with five state champions being crowned.
#2 Belmont 7, #1 Blair-Taylor 1 Final
The Belmont Braves won their second title in softball in school history with a 7-1 win against Blair-Taylor.
“You could just feel the confidence in our kids. We went home and sat their for six hours and watched the game on Wednesday, went home and had a practice, and had one of the best practices we’ve had all year. It’s because of the confidence,” said Braves head coach Jeff Hodgson.
#1 Horicon 13, #2 Mishicot 4 Final
Horicon repeated as Division 4 champions with a 13-4 win against Mishicot
#1 Poynette 4, #2 Campbellsport 0 Final
The Poynette Pumas defended their Division 3 title with a 4-0 win over Campbellsport to win the program’s fifth softball title in school history. Poynette completed their season 30-0.
Poynette junior pitcher Casey Fountain said, “It’s so exciting. This was our goal all season. The Poynette Pumas have never won a state championship in a row. This is what we were looking for and we made it.”
Poynette repeats as Division 3 champs winning 4-0 over Campbellsport. This is state championship #5 for the Pumas. (1998, 2005, 2011, 2018, 2019) pic.twitter.com/ECWQPgsFvQ
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#2 Seymour 9, #1 Monroe 1 Final
Seymour scored 9 runs in the sixth inning on their way to a Division 2 title. This was Seymour’s first appearance in the State tournament in program history.
#1 Oshkosh North 4, #2 Sun Prairie 2 Final/9 Innings
Oshkosh North won their first State softball title in program history with a 4-2 win over defending champion Sun Prairie in nine innings. Oshkosh North ends their season undefeated at 31-0. Sun Prairie ends 27-4 overall.
To view stats from the championship games, click here.