The Aquinas High School baseball team blew by Onalaska Luther for a 21-1 nonconference win in five innings on Saturday.
The Blugolds (4-0) plated six runs in the bottom of the first and seven in the second as they grabbed an early lead.
The Knights scored their lone run in the fourth, but Aquinas responded with six runs in the bottom of the inning.
Calvin Hargrove and Michael Lium drove in four runs apiece for the Blugolds. Luther managed just three hits.
Eau Claire Memorial 12, Onalaska 3
Eau Claire Memorial 12, Onalaska 1 (6)
ONALASKA — The Old Abes scored eight runs in the top of the first in Game 1, which set the tone for the doubleheader.
Tomah 7, Wisconsin Rapids 5
Wisconsin Rapids 11, Tomah 0
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — Charlie Joyce earned his first varsity win in Game 1, but the Timberwolves (2-1) dropped Game 2.
Holmen 15, Marshfield 4 (6)
Marshfield 7, Holmen 3
HOLMEN — The Vikings moved to 3-1 on the season.
Prairie du Chien triangular
Prairie du Chien 11, Seneca 3
Barneveld 5, Prairie du Chien 0
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN — The Blackhawks split their games, but no details were reported.
MIDDLETON — The Central girls cross country team finished eighth at the Middleton Sectional, while the Logan and Bangor boys came in 10th and 11th, respectively.
The RiverHawks, who totaled 228 points, were led by sophomore Taryn Winga, who finished 37th overall in 21 minutes, 54.9 seconds. Classmate Katie Christensen finished 41st (21:59.7).
The Logan and Bangor girls did not have enough runners to compete as a team, but both had individual runners. Rangers junior Ashley Janisch finished 25th in 21:06.04, and Cardinals junior Molly Bachmann was 74th in 25:46.57.
In the boys race, Logan had 267 points and was led by senior Tracy Bye, who finished 43rd in 18:20.23. Bangor (316) was led by sophomore Gavin Benzing, who finished 35th in 17:57.13.
Middleton won the girls race with 42 points, and Madison West followed with 56 points.
Sun Prairie won the boys race with 57 points, and Middleton followed with 88 points.
SPARTA — Holmen won the Division 1 meet, while Arcadia won the Division 2 meet.
The Vikings, who shot 328, were led by Sam Evenson and finished eight strokes ahead of Tomah. Evenson shot a 6-over-par 78 and tied for medalist with Central/Logan's Kaleb Lyckte and the Timberwolves' Hunter Neumann.
Holmen's Brennan Dirks was fourth individually (79) and teammate Luke Taebel followed in sixth (83).
Sparta (396) finished fifth in the D1 meet and was led by Ty Lietzau (fifth, 80), West Salem (435) finished sixth and was led by Max Goetz (17th, 93), and Central/Logan (436) was seventh.
In the D2 meet, the Raiders (360) had three of the top five finishers — including Cole Sobotta, who tied with Aquinas Sam Dobbins for medalist by carding an 85.
Arcadia's Chandler Sonsall and Sid Halvorsen each shot a 90 and tied for fourth.
The Blugolds (376) were second and got a third-place finish from Ben Swift, who shot an 87.
G-E-T (388) finished third and were led by Caleb Lightfoot (sixth, 91), and Onalaska Luther (421) finished fifth and were led by Mitch Christie (tied for 14th, 99).