From empty concrete slab to framed shed in 6 hours!! A huge thank you to DEREK DAHLK, Finks Paving, Concrete and Excavating for once again stepping up to provide his skills and resources to pour the concrete slab and to BRAD HELLENBRAND, Hellenbrand Custom Construction for providing the expertise, labor and tools to frame our new shed. Also thank you to all of our volunteers who gave their time to make this happen! Next up: steel siding and roofing to be installed – stay tuned!!
The Mount Horeb Summer Frolic is just around the corner, and the Softball Club will be having a float in this year’s parade!
All are welcome to help decorate the float on Saturday from 10AM to noon at the Kraemer’s house (3160 Getz Road, Mt. Horeb) and/or join in the parade on Sunday.
The parade starts at noon, so please have your daughter to the parade start (along E. Lincoln Street on the north side of the Middle School) no later than 11:45 a.m. The parade ends on Parkway Drive by the Frolic grounds which is where the girls will be dropped off, so please make plans to meet up there.
If the girls can wear their red jerseys, or anything red / softball related, that would be great. Please text or email me at 608-239-8207 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Here is a link to more info on the parade, including the route map: https://mthorebsummerfrolic.com/home-html/events/parade/
Thank you to the players, coaches, and families for a great 2019 Mount Horeb High School Softball Season! The Varsity team ended up 6-11 overall and 5-6 within the Badger North conference. The JV team had a great season as well, with an overall record of 8-5.
Coach Holman awarded Co-MVPs to Ashley Lange and Jadyn Holman, Marissa Rumler received the Silver Slugger Award, Natalie O’Connell was awarded Most Improved Player, Freshmen Syd Swiggum and Lucy Dahlk received the Future Stars Award, and Jordyn Holman received the Golden Glove award.
JV Coach Abigail Ruckdashel awarded Co-MVPs to Morgan Brummer and Kimmie Steinhauer, Most Improved went to Clara Leszczynski, the Hustle Award was given to Nadia Wolowik, the Golden Glove went to Emma Clark, and Team Player awards went to Rachel Taylor and Jordyn Pasker.
Additionally, Senior Jadyn Holman was named first team all-conference, Senior Ashley Lange was named second team all-conference, and Junior Natalie O’Connell and Sophomore Marissa Rumler received Honorable Mentions.
Thanks to all for a great season, and to the Langes for hosting the team banquet!
UPDATE: Come watch the Vikings play Beaver Dam on Monday, May 13th at 4:30 PM. We will be celebrating players’ parents and grandparents! (In case of game cancellation due to rain, Parent / Grandparent Night will be rescheduled to Tuesday).
On Tuesday, May 14th the Vikings play Reedsburg at 5:00 PM, and we’ll be celebrating our fans at Fan Appreciation Night!
Congratulations to our 2019 Mount Horeb Softball Club scholarship winners: Ashley Lange and Jadyn Holman. Both ladies are Captains this year, lettered for Varsity softball all four years, mentored youth players, participated in club activities, and exemplify the qualities that MHSC strives to develop through our mission statement.
Thank you to Brenda Monroe who presented the scholarships on Senior Awards Night.
The Vikings will take on Dodgeville and Oregon this Saturday beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Varsity Softball Field in Mount Horeb!
The Varsity team will be signing posters after the first game. Stop out and watch some softball and get a poster signed! Concession stand will be open.
Monday, May 6th – JV & Varsity play at Lodi – Game times 5:00 p.m.
Tuesday, May 7th – Varsity Doubleheader & JV play at Baraboo – Game times 4:30 p.m.
Friday, May 10th – SENIOR NIGHT!!! JV & Varsity Home Game vs. Sauk Prairie – Game times 5:00 p.m.
A HUGE thank you to Jim Ramos from American Fence for finding time between the rain showers to install a new section of backstop fencing at the Varsity field. The section of fencing they replaced was bowed out from balls hitting it through the years, therefore Jim’s crew added reinforcing pipes to keep things in shape for a long time to come. The old fencing was not only a safety concern, but an eye sore up against the great looking concrete work that Derek Dahlk of Finks Paving, Excavating, and Concrete completed at the end of 2017 combined with the electrical material donations by Crescent Electric. These projects, plus our new bleachers, finish off three years of hard work and fundraising for this area of the Varsity field. Thanks to great sponsors like these for their dedication to Mount Horeb Softball!
Shown above installing fencing are Mike, Pat, and Mike – Thanks for your hard work!
Check out this season’s options for Mount Horeb Softball Gear! Styles for all ages!
The sale will close on Monday, so be sure to place your order by Monday, March 4th at 7:50 a.m.
The Mount Horeb Softball Club, along with our new Varsity Coach, Jeramie Holman, have asked Andie Varsho, UW Platteville’s Head Softball Coach to offer a Winter Hitting Clinic over the break on Saturday, December 29th.
There will be two 90-minute sessions by grade level, and the cost is $25/player. The maximum number of players per session is 14, and the registration deadline is December 22nd. The clinic will be held in the Mount Horeb High School Aux Gym.
– Grades 6th through 8th: 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
– Grades 9th through 12th: 10:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/164443/
Please contact Eric Swiggum at email@example.com, or Kate Kraemer at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Thanks to a cooperative effort between the Mount Horeb School District and the Mount Horeb Softball Club, a new drain tile was installed along the first base line of the varsity field. This improvement will help with wet conditions that the high school and youth teams have been struggling with in this area of the field.
A big thank you to Derek Dahlk, Finks Paving and Excavating, Ryan Clifton, and Wes Parks for their hard work!!! Don’t see anything different in the picture? That’s because these guys do such good work!!! (…and the photographer may have been a little tardy with snapping pictures 🙂 – trust us – it’s in there!