Sports Roundup – Saturday 5/4/19

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HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS SOCCER
Non-Conference

KIMBERLY   3
EC MEMORIAL   0

FOND DU LAC   5
EC NORTH   0

GREEN BAY PREBLE   3
REGIS/MCDONELL   0


HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL
Non-Conference

INDEPENDENCE GILMANTON  17
MONDOVI   11 F/GM2

SUPERIOR   8
MENOMONIE   3 F/GM1

SUPERIOR   1
MENOMONIE    4 F/GM2

EC MEMORIAL   14
MERRILL   8

EC MEMORIAL   3
WAUCONDA   13


COLLEGE SOFTBALL
WIAC Tournament Semifinals 

UW-OSHKOSH   2
UW-EAU CLAIRE   10


HIGH SCHOOL SOFTBALL
Non-Conference

EC MEMORIAL   0
HOLMEN   10 F/5 GM 1

EC MEMORIAL   3
HOLMEN   9 F/GM2

COCHRANE FOUNTAIN CITY   7
DURAND   5

CHIPPEWA FALLS/MCDONELL   6
DURAND   11


COLLEGE TRACK AND FIELD
WIAC Championships – Women’s Team Scores

1. UW-LA CROSSE   225.50
2. UW-EAU CLAIRE   192
3. UW-STEVENS POINT   125
4. UW-STOUT   83

Men’s Team Scores

1. UW-LA CROSSE   184
2. UW-OSHKOSH   138
3. UW-EAU CLAIRE   114
4. UW-WHITEWATER   104.50

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