Sports

Thu
28
May

Sauk Prairie’s ‘Best of the best’

Sauk Prairie’s boys sports teams were competitive in Badger North Conference action and at the state level, too, during the 2019-2020 school year.

Thu
21
May

Sauk Prairie’s ‘Best of the best’

Sauk Prairie’s girls sports teams were competitive in Badger North Conference action and at the state level during the 2019-2020 past school year.

Thu
21
May

Heights had high hopes

Editor’s Note: The WIAA recently canceled spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Star-News, we’ve been giving recognition to the athletes and coaches who had their seasons stopped prematurely with a series of stories on the teams that didn’t get a chance to perform in 2020.

 

Thu
14
May

Sauk Prairie Youth Basketball

The Sauk Prairie Youth Basketball Club recently completed a highly successful season. Here, and on page 14, are the final boys and girls teams that participated. All pictures are courtesy of Pamela Ziegler from Ziegler Photography.

Thu
14
May

WHAT IF ... we had spring sports, part II

Editor’s Note: The WIAA recently canceled spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

At the Star-News, we’ve been giving recognition to the athletes and coaches who had their seasons stopped prematurely with a series of stories on the teams that didn’t get a chance to perform in 2020.

 

Thu
07
May

Sauk Prairie youth basketball club

The Sauk Prairie Youth Basketball Club recently completed a highly successful season. In this, and future issues of the Star News, we’ll print pictures of the boys and girls teams that participated. All pictures are courtesy of Pamela Ziegler from Ziegler Photography.

Thu
07
May

Eagles’ track teams were thinking big

Editor’s Note: The WIAA recently canceled spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Star-News, we’d like to give recognition to the athletes and coaches who had their seasons stopped prematurely.

Thu
07
May

Heights softball had high hopes

Editor’s Note: The WIAA recently canceled spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Star-News, we’d like to give recognition to the athletes and coaches who had their seasons stopped prematurely.

Thu
07
May

WHAT IF ... we had spring sports?


Sauk Prairie’s Katelyn Fishnick led the state with 45 goals and 103 points last season. File photo.

Editor’s Note: The WIAA recently canceled spring sports due to the COVID-19 pandemic. At the Star-News, we’d like to give recognition to the athletes and coaches who had their seasons stopped prematurely.

Thu
30
Apr

Award winners


Offensive Player of the Year: Naomi Breunig (above), who averaged 17 points per game.

Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team recently gave out its postseason awards.

They included:

• Offensive Player of the Year: Naomi Breunig (above), who averaged 17 points per game. 

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