Eagles’ hockey team remains unbeaten

With just 10 games on the slate to earn a coveted Badger North Conference title, Sauk Prairie co-op boys hockey coach David Lohrei can’t emphasize enough how important it is for the Eagles’ to be at their best every night.

Sauk-Heights swimmers top McFarland

With hopes of securing a fourth consecutive Badger North Conference title as its primary goal, the Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimming team didn’t have any margin for error when it hit the water on opening night Dec. 3.

Rough week

Sauk Prairie girls basketball coach Amber Fiene hopes to get her team back on track this week. Photo by Mary Lengenfeld

STOUGHTON — It’s never a good sign when your starting point guard enters the court on crutches.

That was the situation when Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team played its first road game of the season at Stoughton on Dec. 3 with senior Ben German sidelined with an ankle injury.

Heights boys off to terrific start

De’Shawn Barsness and Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team started their year with two wins last week. Photo by Bethany Wood

Wisconsin Heights boys basketball coach Zack Colby was the first to admit his team had just as many questions as answers when the new season began.

Not anymore.

The Vanguards — who returned just one starter from a year ago — raced from the gates with a pair of impressive wins last week.

Sauk Prairie picked to finish seventh

The following preview of the Northern Badger Conference was compiled

Eagles’ hockey team cruises past Monroe

After an offensive explosion in its season opener, the Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team got off to a slow start in its second game of the season.

Wrestlers have great expectations

There is a new leader inside Sauk Prairie’s wrestling program for the second year in a row.

But it is a familiar face in former Sauk Prairie assistant coach Matt Gaffney, who has waited 11 years for his dream job.

Sauk Prairie’s rally comes up short

Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team displayed a lot of resiliency after falling into a huge hole in its season-opener last Saturday afternoon.
But an early 22-point deficit proved to be too much to overcome.

Five Heights spikers named all-league

Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team enjoyed a terrific year, finishing in second place in the Southern Capitol Conference and reaching a WIAA Division 4 regional final.
Not surprisingly, the Vanguards were justly rewarded when it came time for all-conference honors.

Heights girls fall to Lakeside

Kelsi Handel and Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team fell to Lakeside Lutheran last Tuesday. Photo by Bethany Wood

They battled.

They fought.

In the end, though, the hole was simple too big to escape.

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team dug itself a 15-point halftime deficit on Nov. 26, rallied back, but eventually fell to host Lakeside Lutheran, 47-41.


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