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Madison West stays undefeated in Big Eight girls soccer

Madison West stays undefeated in Big Eight girls soccer

Simo Bambi had a goal and an assist to lead Madison West to a 2-1 win over Middleton in a Big Eight girls soccer game at Mansfield Stadium Thursday night.

Bambi set up Claire Mooney for the first goal of the game in the 42nd minute as West took a 1-0 lead at halftime.

The Regents made it 2-0 in the 82nd minute as Anali Osori assisted on Bambi's goal.

Middleton scored in the 88th minute as Megan Sullivan broke up the shutout, but West held on to go to 5-0 in the Big Eight conference.

Middleton suffered its first conference defeat to drop to 4-1.

Edgewood takes first day lead at Shootout

Edgewood takes first day lead at Shootout

Edgewood had all five of its players break 80 to take the lead after the first round of the Morgan Stanley Shootout boys golf tournament at University Ridge.

Andrew Yontz and Rory Gierhart paced the Crusaders with rounds of 74, while Tommy Mohs and Ben Gilles shot 75 and Clayton Tribus, 79.

Edgewood's team total of 298 leads second place Middleton by 12 shots with the final 18 holes Thursday at University Ridge.

Waunakee's Max Murphy had the low score of the day with 72.

MORGAN STANLEY SHOOTOUT - ROUND 1

Team Results:

Edgewood's Davis will fit right in at UW

Edgewood's Davis will fit right in at UW

Edgewood High School senior Amy Davis has quite a running resume.

She won the 1600 and 3200 meter runs at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet last June.

In November, she won the State Division Two Individual Cross Country Championship.

This week, she broke a 34-year old record in the 3200 at the Madison City Championships - and next year she'll run at the University of Wisconsin.

Davis' mom, Nan Doak-Davis was an NCAA Champion and nine-time All-American runner at the University of Iowa.

Her dad, Barry is the head wrestling coach at the University of Wisconsin.

"I'm super excited!", Amy says. "Having Dad at the office is super nice because I'll go down there and be like 'I'm gonna be here soon."

Memorial girls, La Follette boys win city track championships

Memorial girls, La Follette boys win city track championships

The Memorial girls and La Follette boys win the Madison City track and field championships Tuesday evening at Mansfield Stadium.

Madison Edgewood's Amy Davis won the 3200 meter run with a time of 10:41.27, breaking Memorial's Katie Ishmael's city record set in 1981. Her teammate Ave Grosenheider won the 800 and 1600 meter runs.

La Follette's Oren Henerson-Zintz won the 100 meter dash and long jump.

West senior Jack Wellenstein broke his own meet record in the boys 400 meters, with a time of 4:09.38.

GIRLS TEAM RESULTS:

1. Memorial 115.25

2. Edgewood 74.50

3. West 74

4. La Follette 71.50

5. East 40.75

BOYS TEAMS RESULTS:

1. La Follette 109

2. Memorial 89

3. West 69

4. Edgewood 59

5. East 46

WATCH: Madison West tops Middleton 2-1

Madison West faced off against Middleton at Mansfield Stadium. 

WATCH: Free kick goal lifts Memorial over Sun Prairie

Madison Memorial hits a free kick from 35 yards to defeat Sun Prairie Thursday.

Home team Memorial beat Sun Prairie 2-1.

High school players tip off versus officers to 'Play it Forward' Saturday

High school players tip off versus officers to 'Play it Forward' Saturday

A special fundraising event Saturday will have Madison police officers and area high school basketball players face off at West High School, the police department said Wednesday. 

Madison police said the Play it Forward game will raise money for the upcoming Black Student Union spring break college tour to the Washington, D.C. area. Tip off is at 1 p.m. at the West High School basketball court. 

Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for students and will be available at the door or online

Basketball players from Memorial, West and LaFollette varsity teams will play against the PD team of 15 officers.