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Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld and Sugar River both fall in semifinals of state soccer

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Day two of the WIAA State Girls Soccer Tournament didn't go well for Madison area teams. In Divisions 3 and 4, Sugar River (Belleville/New Glarus) and Wisconsin Heights were shut out in their games having their seasons come to an end.

In Division 4 the No. 1 seed Cedar Grove-Belgium defeated the No. 4 seed Wisconsin Height/Barneveld 1-0 at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee. To view stats from this game, click here.

In Division 3  the No. 2 seed  Notre Dame defeated the No. 3 seed Belleville/New Glarus 3-0 Friday night to advance to the state title game on Saturday. To view stats from this game, click here

Oregon will play for a state title in Division 2 on Saturday at 11 a.m. against Brookfield Central. 

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