Sauk Prairie’s Hartwig named all-state

Sauk Prairie’s Maggie Hartwig was named fourth-team all-state by the Associated Press. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie senior Maggie Hartwig was named to the fourth-team of the The Associated Press’ All-State girls basketball team. 

Hartwig was previously named first-team all-state in Division 2 by the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association. The AP All-State team encompasses all five divisions.

Vanguards’ track teams are off and running

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld track and field teams competed at the UW-Platteville Invite on March 30.

Team scores were not recorded, but here were the Vanguards’ top performances:



• Senior Sam King won the 400-meter dash in 56.45 seconds.

Eagles’ track teams shine at Watertown

Sauk Prairie’s girls track and field team finished second at the 11-team Watertown Indoor Invitational last Saturday. The Eagles’ boys were fourth out of 10 teams.

Eagles’ tennis team aims for improvement

Twelve months ago, Sauk Prairie fielded a boys tennis team that was young, inexperienced and took some lumps.

This spring, the Eagles are older, wiser and hoping to make some noise in the always difficult Badger West Conference.

Eagles’ golfers hoping to reload

Sauk Prairie’s boys golf team must replace four of its five varsity players from last season, including sectional qualifier James Dietmann. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Some might look at the glass half empty.

Not Shane Frey.

Frey, Sauk Prairie’s boys golf coach, lost four of his five varsity players from last year to graduation. The Eagles — who were slated to begin their season Tuesday at the Sauk Prairie Invite — will be extremely young and inexperienced.

Baseball Eagles hope to surprise

Michael Pipitone and Sauk Prairie’s baseball team are anxious to prove the naysayers wrong this spring. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The prognosticators picked them for sixth place — last for goodness sake — in their conference.

Sauk Prairie’s baseball team saw that, raised its collective eyebrows and said, “We’ll see about that.”

Three-peat would be so sweet

Drew Kornish knows a lot will have to go right.

Health. Chemistry. Growth. And probably a break or two along the way.

Wisconsin Heights spring sports schedules

Reed Adler and Wisconsin Heights’ baseball team begin their new season April 3 by hosting Poynette. Photo by Aaron Jacobus


Apr. 3 vs. Poynette 5 p.m.

Apr. 6 at Waterloo 5 p.m.

Apr. 8 vs. Barneveld 11 a.m.

Apr. 10 at Fennimore 5 p.m.

Apr. 11 vs. Westfield 5 p.m.

Apr. 13 vs. New Glarus 5 p.m.

Apr. 18 vs. Waterloo 5 p.m.

Apr. 27 at New Glarus 5 p.m.

Wisconsin Heights tabbed for sixth

Editor’s Note: The following preview on the Capitol South  Conference came from the Wisconsin Baseball Yearbook.

For information on how to order the Yearbook, contact Joe Waite at:



Sauk Prairie picked for 6th

Editor’s Note: The following preview on the Badger West Conference came from the Wisconsin Baseball Yearbook.

For information on how to order the Yearbook, contact Joe Waite at:




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