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Twins stay in first place tie


Leo Joyce and Sauk Prairie’s Home Talent League team enjoyed a big week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The Sauk Prairie Twins won a pair of games last week and stayed tied atop the Northern Section’s West Division.

The Twins rallied for a 7-6, 11-inning win over Wisconsin Dells last Saturday. Sauk Prairie also routed Cazenovia, 16-1, in six innings on Sunday.

Four Vanguards named all-league

Wisconsin Heights’ girls softball team didn’t have the year it hoped for. But the Vanguards still had four players earn all-Southern Capitol Conference honors.

Heights lands five players on all-Capitol team

Wisconsin Heights’ baseball team landed five players on the all-Capitol South team.

Dietmann named all-conference


Sauk Prairie golf standout James Dietmann was named second-team all-conference. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie senior James Dietmann was named second-team all-Badger North Conference.

Dietmann had a strong regular season and helped the Eagles finish third at the conference meet and fifth during the dual meet season.

Dietmann then got red hot in the postseason.

Softball Eagles earn honors

Their season didn’t go quite as planned.

But Sauk Prairie’s girls softball team still landed four players on the all-Badger North Conference team.

Twins rout Reedsburg


Jeremy Meier and Sauk Prairie’s Home Talent League team cruised past Reedsburg, 13-1, last Saturday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The cavalry has arrived.

And what was already a terrific team looks could now become dominant.

GREAT EIGHT

They reached the state tournament for a second straight year and the third time in school history.

They finished in third place in the ultra-competitive Badger West Conference and won 16 games.

Eagles’ future remains bright


Sauk Prairie sophomore defender Addison Hermsdorf will be one of the Eagles’ key returnees in 2023.

MILWAUKEE — Eight seniors have already graduated.

Three all-conference players will be off to the next chapter of their life.

But don’t think for a second that expectations will change inside Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer program next year.

HEARTBREAK HOTEL

MILWAUKEE — Drew Kornish has seen this movie several times the last two years.

But now, with what was at stake, Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer coach couldn’t believe what he was witnessing.

Eagles fall short at State


Sauk Prairie goalie Erelyn Apel was tremendous in net, but the Eagles fell to Whitefish Bay, 1-0, in a WIAA Division 2 state soccer semifinal Thursday. Photo by Rob Reischel

Drew Kornish has seen this movie several times the last two years.

But now, with what was at stake, Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer coach couldn't believe what he was witnessing.

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