6-25-18 The One Sheet Rundown

Legion Baseball

Beaver Dam Legion Post 146 split a pair of games against Watertown Sunday. Beaver Dam lost game one of the doubleheader 7-5 but came back to win game two 10-0. Post 146 is scheduled to take on Fort Atkinson Monday, first pitch is at 6:30pm.

 

WIAA Winter Sports Changes

The WIAA Board of Control recently made several drastic changes impacting winter sports. Beginning in 2019-20, a co-op gymnastics team would only be eligible for the tournament series if it includes only two schools or if the combined enrollment of the co-op program is less than the largest stand-alone school program in the divisional placement. Individual competitors from ineligible co-ops will be eligible for the individual competition only. The second unique decision adds language to the season regulations in wrestling that allows teams with eight or fewer wrestlers that submit, and are approved for, a waiver to scrimmage with other schools with eight or fewer wrestlers up to two times per week during the regular season beginning in 2018-19.

 

Baseball

Beaver Dam pitcher Dillon Livingston was named Co-Badger North Player of the Year alongside Waunakee’s Riley Ripp. The senior posted a 6-0 record for the Golden Beavers with a 1.34 earned run average. Livingston also batted over three-fifty on the season with 13 RBI’s.

 

Racing

World of Outlaws racer Jason Johnson died from injuries he suffered while racing at Beaver Dam Raceway over the weekend. The accident happened Saturday shortly before 10pm on lap 18 following a restart when Johnson’s vehicle flipped and crashed through the billboards at turn three.