Sports

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22
Oct

Sauk Prairie swimmers go unbeaten in duals

It’s been a wild, wacky year when it comes to high school sports.

But it’s also turning out to be a remarkably satisfying one for Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming and diving team.

The Eagles rolled past Portage, 134-29, last Tuesday and finished their dual meet season undefeated.

Thu
22
Oct

Eagles fall to Portage


Damien Wright-Rodriguez and Sauk Prairie’s football team fell to Portage last Friday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Clay Iverson knows there won’t be as many wins this season.

Sauk Prairie’s football coach understands his team won’t match the six victories the 2019 team produced and won’t head to the playoffs like last year’s team did.

But Iverson continues to see improvement. And for now, he’ll take it.

Thu
22
Oct

Speed demons


Dalton Zirbel and Sauk Prairie’s boys cross country team won the Badger Conference championship last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The Badger Conference cross country championships looked a little bit different this year.

The number of teams were down. There were fewer runners than normal.

But that didn’t stop Sauk Prairie’s runners from enjoying what was a magnificent day.

Thu
22
Oct

Miss 2,000


Sauk Prairie girls volleyball standout Olivia Breunig notched her 2,000th career assist last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Olivia Breunig enjoyed a memorable night last Friday.

Now, Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team hopes to make the next couple of weeks notable.

Thu
22
Oct

Eagles will have winter sports


There will be winter sports for Naomi Breunig (5) and the rest of Sauk Prairie’s athletes. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Play ball.

That was the message from Sauk Prairie athletic director Josh Boyer last Friday when it came to winter sports.

Earlier in the day, the Badger Conference — which Sauk Prairie is a part of — announced it would not have an official conference winter sports season.

Thu
15
Oct

Sauk Prairie’s swimmers shine

It had been two weeks since Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team had a meet.

So when the Eagles got back in the pool on Oct. 6, they were ready to roll.

Sauk Prairie won every event and had the top two finishers in 10 of 11 competitions and defeated River Valley/Richland Center, 134-31.

Thu
15
Oct

Ready for the push


Sauk Prairie’s Lexi Been finished in sixth place at the Baraboo Triangular on Oct. 6. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The WIAA Division 1 cross country subsectionals are on Oct. 20. Sectionals will be held Oct. 24.

And it certainly appears that Sauk Prairie is ready.

The Eagles’ boys won the thrilling Baraboo Triangular on Oct. 16. Sauk Prairie finished with 30 points to edge Watertown (31) and host Baraboo (72).

Thu
15
Oct

Football team falls to 0-3


Sauk Prairie quarterback Ethan Gibbs threw for 112 yards in the Eagles’ loss to Watertown. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The end result wasn’t what they were hoping for.

But there was improvement, and these days, that’s something for Sauk Prairie’s football team.

Host Watertown toppled Sauk Prairie, 43-16, last Friday. The Eagles fell to 0-3 on the young season.

Thu
15
Oct

Girls spikers enjoy big week


Aida Shadewald and Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team had an outstanding week, highlighted by winning the Wisconsin Lutheran Triangular. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team had one of its toughest weeks of the season. And the Eagles came out of it a perfect 4-0 believing anything and everything is possible this season.

Thu
15
Oct

End of the road

The season ended for Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team on Oct. 7. 

But those that reached the WIAA Division 1 Oconomowoc Sectional showed grit, determination and in some cases, remarkable promise for the future.

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