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Heights boys receive No. 10 seed


Reed Adler and Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team are the No. 10 seed in their WIAA Division 4 sectional. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team is slumping as it heads to the postseason.

The Vanguards dropped all three games they played last week and have now lost nine of 10.

Wisconsin Heights (8-15) also found out Sunday that it received the No. 10 seed in its half of its WIAA Division 4 sectional.

Bring on the second season


Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team played DeForest at the Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee on Feb. 16.

The regular season is in the rearview mirror.

Now, Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team hopes to make the second season one to remember.

The Eagles dropped two of their final three regular season games last week. 

Eagles’ boys earn seventh seed


Ben Henderson and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team earned the No. 7 seed in their sectional. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Bring on the postseason.

Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team received the No. 7 seed in its half of the sectional on Sunday.

Co-op hockey team ousted by Edgewood


Connor Grant and Sauk Prairie’s co-op hockey team reached the regional finals, but fell to Madison Edgewood on Feb. 16. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s co-op hockey team — which includes skaters from Mount Horeb, River Valley, Wisconsin Heights and Riverdale — upset Sun Prairie, 3-1, in a regional semifinal on Feb. 13.

But the Eagles’ season ended with an 8-1 loss to Madison Edgewood in a regional final on Feb. 16.

Sauk/Heights swimmers 10th at state


Sauk Prairie swimmers (from left) Carston Lamont, Adam Kaukl, Ethan Goodman, Daniel Klein, Caleb Gregg and Anthony Rosario helped the Eagles notch a 10th place finish at the WIAA Division 2 state meet.

WAUKESHA — The Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimmers finished in 10th place at the WIAA Division 2 state meet held at Waukesha South High School last Friday.

End of the road for wrestlers

The road to the WIAA Division 1 individual state wrestling tournament made a stop in West Salem last Saturday.

Unfortunately for six Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys’ and two girls’ wrestlers, it was the end of the road.

Swinging for the state meet

Sauk Prairie’s girls gymnastics team has never been to the state meet.

And the Eagles have a tough path this year, as they’ve been placed in one of the state’s toughest sectionals.

Vosburg’s big night lifts Vanguards past Monticello


Mike Fanscali and Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team split a pair of games last week. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team split a pair of games last week.

New Glarus downed the Vanguards, 67-41, on Feb. 8. Heights then bounced back with a 54-50 win at Monticello last Saturday.

Heights is now 8-12 on the season and 0-6 in the Capitol Conference.

Here’s a recap of the Vanguards’ week:

Heights girls given No. 12 seed

Their path will be treacherous and hazardous.

And unless they can spring a series of upsets, their journey could also be short.

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team received the No. 12-seed in its 12-team WIAA Division 4 sectional.

Eagles’ boys basketball team drops two of three


Tristan Kerska and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team carried an 11-10 record into the final week of the regular season. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

They were shorthanded.

The schedule was demanding,.

But Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team competed extremely well during a tough week that saw the Eagles drop two of three games.

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