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Two teams of Sauk Prairie freshmen and sophomore volleyball players competed in tournaments at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells last weekend. Both teams finished in second place on Friday and won their pool on Saturday. The teams were coached by Ryan Ruhland and Eleanor Engleby.

Two teams of Sauk Prairie freshmen and sophomore volleyball players competed in tournaments at JustAGame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells  last weekend. 

Both teams finished in second place on Friday and won their pool on Saturday.

Spikers shine!

Sauk Prairie’s girls varsity volleyball team won a pair of tournaments last weekend.

The Eagles captured the Edgewood College high school tournament last Friday, then won the JustAGame tournament on Saturday.

Middleton rallies past Reedsburg

Sand was passing through the hourglass on the Middleton 29ers’ Home Talent League championship hopes in Sunday’s Northern Section quarterfinals at Sorenson-Bakken Field.

Middleton faced a two-run deficit against Reedsburg in the home half of the sixth inning, and time was beginning to run out.

PRIME TIME

Tyler Prime couldn’t wait to get to Chuck Hall Memorial Field Sunday morning.

It was the opening game of the Home Talent League Northern Section playoffs, and Prime was eager to get started.

Boy, was he ready.

Barracudas down Dells

The Mazomanie Barracudas defeated the Wisconsin Dells Dolphins, 378-215, on July 23.

Here’s a recap of the Barracudas’ top finishers:

 

Girls 8 & Under 100 Meter Medley Relay

1st — Addie Graettinger, Lena Birckhead, Grace Stanton, Nora Dotson, 1:54.60

Sauk Prairie swims past Mazomanie

The Sauk Prairie Pool Sharks defeated the Mazomanie Barracudas, 368-283 on July 20.

Here are the top finishers in each event.

Girls 8 & Under 100 Meter Medley Relay

1st — Mazo (Addie Graettinger, Lena Birckhead, Grace Stanton, Lucy Crowson), 1:51.61

Twins roll into playoffs


Connor Leister and Sauk Prairie’s Home Talent League team is the No. 2 seed in the Northern Section playoffs. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

They are seeded second.

But the way they’re playing, don’t be shocked if they end up No. 1.

Sauk Prairie’s Home Talent League team finished the regular season with a 16-0 pasting of Cazenovia Sunday in a game stopped after eight innings due to the mercy rule.

Bombers storm past Cross Plains

BLACK EARTH – After digging a six-run hole, the Black Earth Bombers’ hopes of hosting a first-round game in the upcoming playoffs looked bleak at best.

No problem, just peck away a run at a time, Bombers’ center fielder Bryce Barsness told his teammates.

After all, you can’t get it all back at once.

Mustangs enjoying big year

Jaeger Schoeneman (right), Drew Barsness (far right) and the Mazomanie Mustangs are enjoying a terrific season.

The Mustangs are 8-3 and in second place in the Northern Section’s West Division.

Mazomanie has already clinched a playoff spot and the postseason begins July 31.

Birdies and brains!

Sauk Prairie’s boys golf team earned a Silver medal in the “Team Academic All-State” competition. 

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