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Sauk Prairie lands No. 5 seed


Eliot Carlson and Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team received the No. 5 seed in their sectional. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team has enjoyed a fine season. But the Eagles’ path to the state tournament will be a daunting one.

Sauk Prairie received the No. 5 seed in its WIAA Division 2 Sectional. The Eagles will host 12th-seeded Reedsburg in a regional semifinal on Oct. 19.

Sauk Prairie runners excel at Rapids Invite

Sauk Prairie’s girls cross country team finished fifth at the highly-competitive, 15-team Wisconsin Rapids Invite last Saturday.

Stevens Point won the title with just 18 points, while Westby was second at 76. Oshkosh Lourdes (119), Oshkosh West (125) and Sauk Prairie (154) rounded out the top five.

Heights spikers down Marshall

Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team defeated Marshall, 25-10, 25-17, 25-17, on Oct. 5.

Heights soccer draws No. 13 seed


Brenden Kempton and the Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys soccer team received the No. 13 seed in their sectional. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld’s boys soccer team will have a brutal postseason path.

The Vanguards received the No. 13 seed in their WIAA Division 4 Sectional. Heights/Barneveld travels to fourth-seeded Mayville for a regional semifinal on Oct. 12.

Heights cruises past Wonewoc/Weston

Another week, another rout.

And the way things are going for Wisconsin Heights’ football, they would probably enjoy playing until Christmas.

Eagles remain winless


Matt Russell and Wisconsin Heights’ football team cruised past Wonewoc/Weston, 41-0, last week. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

They are getting closer to that elusive first win.

They are making progress in all three phases and playing a far more competitive brand of football than they did six weeks ago.

Still, Sauk Prairie remains winless. And time is running out.

Eagles share conference title

MADISON – It wasn’t quite the finish that the Sauk Prairie girls volleyball team wanted.

Mack attack


Sauk Prairie’s Quinlyn Mack qualified for the WIAA Division 1 state tournament for a second straight year. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The Mack Attack is headed back to state.

Sauk Prairie senior Quinlyn Mack earned a trip to state for the second straight year after emerging from the WIAA Division 1 Waunakee Sectional last Wednesday.

Still fighting


Jackson Breunig (24) and Sauk Prairie’s football team are still looking for their first win of the season. The Eagles fell to Portage, 36-14, last Friday and slipped to 0-7 on the season. Sauk Prairie is also 0-5 in the Badger Small Conference. The Eagles host Baraboo Friday at 7 p.m. Photo by Tina Bazala

Jackson Breunig (24) and Sauk Prairie’s football team are still looking for their first win of the season.

The Eagles fell to Portage, 36-14, last Friday and slipped to 0-7 on the season. Sauk Prairie is also 0-5 in the Badger Small Conference.

Eagles’ runners fare well at Platteville Invite

Sauk Prairie’s boys and girls cross country teams enjoyed big days at the Platteville Invite last Saturday.

The Eagles’ boys finished sixth out of 16 teams. Sauk Prairie’s girls were ninth out of 15 teams.

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