Welcome to the Home of the Indians!

​*****  6/22/17  *****
Tonight's game at Ashton has been postponed.

Poynette, Wisconsin is the home for the Poynette Home Talent Baseball Team. The Home Talent League of Wisconsin, founded in 1929, is one of the oldest and largest amateur baseball leagues in the country. Poynette has had a team in the League for almost every year of the League's existence. The 1963 Poynette squad claimed the League title, while more recently, the 2006 team won the Eastern Section crown and advanced to the Final Four. 

The team plays their games at Pauquette Park on Main Street in Poynette. 

Why the Indians? Well, after decades of Poynette High School being the Indians, the school district made a change in the fall of 2009. PHS is now known as the Pumas. Through the years, over 97% of the members of Poynette's Home Talent teams graduated from Poynette  High School as Indians. Naming our team keeps the name 'Poynette Indians' alive. Another reason we chose the Indians is because we have all seen the 'Major League' series of movies about a hundred times. We probably even have guys that fit the roles of the movie...
Front Row: Joe Pahr, Phil Tomlinson, Bill Krigbaum, Vic Tomlinson, Bernie Wells, John Bisbee, Bill McCormick

Back Row: Manager Harold Buckley, Elgie Noble, Ralph Ziegler, Ron Smith, Neil Doese, Rube Saager, Stan Vinge, Allen Sundsmo
Recent Headlines

Ashton Game Rained Out


Steady rains throughout the day caused Ashton's field to be unplayable, and tonight's game has been postponed. The make-up date is yet to be determined.

Poynette Edged by Portage


In continued Eastern Section action, Poynette travelled to Portage and again took an early lead. Unforunately, the Skeeters answered back and claimed a 5-3 win over the Indians.

DeForest Beats Poynette


In Eastern Section action, Poynette travelled to DeForest and jumped out to an early lead. However, the Deacons rallied back and went on to defeat the Indians 8-5.

Poynette Adds a Night League Win


Poynette travelled to Columbus for Night League action and fell behind 1-0 in the first inning. However, the Indians came back strong and went on to a 10-1 win over the Crawdads.

Poynette Notches League Win With Big Offense


In Eastern Section action, Poynette travelled to take on Rio. The Indians erupted for 10 runs in the first inning, and went on to a 27-15 win. The Indians collected 28 hits, including 7 doubles and a pair of home runs.

Poynette Picks up Night League Win


Poynette travelled to Wisconsin Dells in Night League action and came out with a 2-0 victory. The Indians claimed the win in only 5 innings, as the park lights at the Dells shut down in the top of the 5th. Each team had their turn at bat in the 5th, but it was too dark to continue.

Poynette Splits Double-Header


Poynette hosted Montello in a Eastern Section double-header, and came away with a split. The Granite Jaxx took an early 5-0 lead in the first game and went on to  6-2 win. The Indians rebounded in the second game, as they claimed a 4-1 victory.

Poynette Loses Night League Game


In their first Night League action of the year, Poynette hosted Montello. Montello grabbed an early lead, and after the Indians tied the score at 1, the Granite Jaxx plated 2 runs mid-way through the game and held on for a 4-2 win over the Indians.

Indians Notch a Memorial Day Victory

Poynette hosted Columbus in Memorial Day action, and jumped out to an early lead. The Indians then cruised to a 12-2 victory over the Crawdads.


Indians chalk up win

The Indians were schedule to play at Marshall today, but heavy morning rains caused their field to be unplayable, so the game was moved to Poynette. The Indians fell behind early, but a big 5-run 4th inning helped them go on to a 6-4 victory.


Excessive Rains Cause Another Game Postponement

An incredibly rainy month of May has claimed another victim. The outfield at Pauquette Park still has standing water in places, and everywhere is else is in bad, unsafe condition. Players and fans alike are anxiously awaiting extended dry weather.


Rain Causes Game to be Postponed


Rain throughout the week and over night was too much for the Sun Prairie field to handle, causing today's game to be postponed.

Indians lose to Portage


Poynette hosted Portage in Eastern Section action, and the Skeeters took an early lead. The Indians weren't able to mount much of a comeback, and fell to the Skeeters by a score of 7-2.

Indians lose Heartbreaker to Cottage Grove


In a rain make-up from opening day, Poynette played host to Cottage Grove for a late afternoon start. The Indians jumped out to a big early lead, only to see the Firemen chip away at the lead. The score was tied at 10 at the end of regulation, and Cottage Grove was able to tally a run in the 11th to claim the win. 

Indians lose to Monona


In the League opener after last week's rainout, Poynette hosted Monona and fell behind early. The Indians rallied mid-way through, only to fall to the Braves 10-6.

Game Postponed Today


Due to exessive recent rains, the field at Pauquette Park is unplayable. Today's game has been postponed, and it will be made up on Saturday, May 13th at 4:00.

Waiting for Warmth


The 2017 schedule has been set and has been posted on the Schedule page here. The squad has begun their pre-season indoor workouts, and they are anxiously awaiting nicer weather so they can get outside.

Thank You!​​


The Casino Night event was a success and a good time was had by all. The team would like to thank all of the people who came out and supported them, and also a big Thank You to the event sponsors for their support.

Casino Night is Sold Out


All tickets for the Casino NIght fund-raiser have been sold.


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You can see the 2017 schedule  here.

You can see the new scoreboard project video  here.