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Star swimmers

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team recently handed out its postseason awards.

Savannah Acker (top) was named the Eagles’ MVP and Riley Talmage (above) received the Coaches’ Award. 

Kaya Howard (not pictured) was also named Sauk Prairie’s Most Improved Swimmer.

Heights drops opener

Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team dropped its season-opener to Ellsworth, 61-46, last Friday.

The contest was played at JustAGame Field House in Wisconsin Dells.

Ellsworth led, 26-23, at halftime and pulled away in the second half.

Vanguards picked for sixth in Capitol

Editors Note: This preview of the Capitol South Conference was compiled by Wissports.net.

 

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Five Eagles’ runners named all-conference

Five Sauk Prairie cross country runners were named all-Badger West Conference.

Senior Jack Boerger and freshman Charlotte Gregg were named first-team all-conference. Senior Jay Dregney, junior Catherine Greg and freshman Clarissa Brickl were all named second team.

Sauk Prairie gymnasts have high hopes

There’s talent, experience and a skill set Sauk Prairie’s girls gymnastics team hasn’t had in quite some time.

So, when the Eagles begin their new season with a meet at Mount Horeb on Dec. 6, there’s high hopes and great expectations.

Heights looks to surprise

Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team has produced a handful of solid seasons in recent years.

When it comes to the postseason, though, the Vanguards have struggled.

So as Heights readies for its new season, seventh-year coach Zach Colby is trying to find ways for his team to shine early — and late.

Eagles’ wrestlers thinking big


Sauk Prairie senior heavyweight Nolan Vils reached the WIAA Division 1 state tournament last season. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Ever since Alex Katers first stepped on the mat his freshman year, the Sauk Prairie senior has had a goal – taking his team back to the state tournament.

The Eagles capped a four-year streak of qualifying for team state in 2016.

Thanks for the memories


Wisconsin Heights’ football team recently said goodbye to four seniors. From left they included Emma Ray Kalscheur, Garin Schoenemann, Derek Adler and Kaden Wagner. The Vanguards finished the year 4-4 overall and went 3-2 in the Ridge & Valley 8 West Conference.

Wisconsin Heights’ football team recently said goodbye to four seniors. From left they included Emma Ray Kalscheur, Garin Schoenemann, Derek Adler and Kaden Wagner.

The Vanguards finished the year 4-4 overall and went 3-2 in the Ridge & Valley 8 West Conference.

Heights girls split first two games

The lead — once as great as 12 points — was gone now.

And Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team needed a hero.

Meet Mikayla Teela.

The Vanguards junior made a series of clutch plays down the stretch and helped Heights topple Pecatonica, 55-50, on Nov. 17.

Eagles picked to win Badger West

Editors Note: This preview of the Badger West Conference was compiled by Wissports.net.

 

2021-22 Recap

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