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Madison West, Oregon, McFarland boys soccer teams to go state

Published On: Dec 24 2013 12:14:33 PM CST
Updated On: Oct 29 2013 02:12:16 PM CDT


The Madison West boys soccer team is going to state.  Behind goals from Luke Miller and Simon Weaver the Regents beat Kettle Moraine 2-0.

The Regents will play in the division 1 state semi-finals Friday night at 7p.m. in Milwaukee.

In division 2, Nick Steidemann scored on a penalty kick in the 99th minute to give Oregon the 1-0 win over Elkhorn in two overtimes. Oregon will play Friday at 2p.m. in the division 2 state soccer semi-finals in Milwaukee.

In division 3, McFarland beat Mount Horeb 2-1. The Spartans face Ashland Thursday night in the division 3 state semi-finals at 7 p.m.

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