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Prep softball: No clear-cut favorite in Bay Conference

League has had a team at state in last 4 years

8:11 AM, Apr. 9, 2013
West De Pere's Jennifer Timm slides under the tag of Baldwin-Woodville catcher Hannah Borgeson to score on a single by Emma Leuman during a WIAA Division 2 state semifinal last June in Madison. West De Pere advanced to state after finishing .500 in the Bay Conference.
West De Pere's Jennifer Timm slides under the tag of Baldwin-Woodville catcher Hannah Borgeson to score on a single by Emma Leuman during a WIAA Division 2 state semifinal last June in Madison. West De Pere advanced to state after finishing .500 in the Bay Conference.
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A Bay Conference team has qualified for the state softball tournament each of the past four years.

The one thing those squads had in common was they didn't win the Bay.

There's a strong possibility that could be the case again this season in a conference where there isn't a clear-cut favorite, but enough talent on many rosters to make a postseason run to Madison's Goodman Diamond. ...

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