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Sauk Prairie swimmers 2nd at Baraboo Relays

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team finished second at the four-team Baraboo Relays last Saturday.

Monona Grove won the meet with 248 points, while Sauk Prairie was second with 166 points. Baraboo was third with 152 points, while OHA/GET was fourth (108).

Eagles’ boys soccer team keeps shining


Austin Keyser and Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team are ranked No. 9 in the latest state poll. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

On paper, the 4-4 record Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team possesses won’t wow anyone.

But considering the Eagles have played one of the tougher schedules in the state, those in the know have been impressed.

Fort routs Sauk Prairie

Clay Iverson, who led a brief resurgence of Sauk Prairie football two years ago, is now an assistant coach at Fort Atkinson.

Many of the Eagles that once played for Iverson in Sauk Prairie wanted nothing more than to beat their old coach last Friday.

Unfortunately for those Eagles, that didn’t happen.

Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team splits a pair


Ava Andres notched wins last week over opponents from Madison Edgewood and Lodi. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team split a pair of dual meets last week. 

The Eagles rolled past Lodi, 6-1, on Sept. 7. Madison Edgewood then nipped Sauk Prairie, 4-3, last Thursday.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ week:

Heights XC teams fare well at River Valley

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld cross country programs fielded full teams at the River Valley Invite last Saturday. And the Vanguards had several solid performances.

Heights/Barneveld’s girls finished ninth out of 14 teams.

Sauk Prairie’s XC teams shine

Jack Boerger keeps running past the competition. And in the process, Sauk Prairie’s boys cross country team keeps impressing.

Boerger won the River Valley Invitational last Saturday and led the Eagles to a fourth place finish at the 16-team event.

Eagles’ spikers win own invite


Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team rolled to the championship at their own invitational last Saturday.

Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team has jumped to No. 3 in the latest Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association poll. And the way the Eagles are trending, they could be moving up even higher.

Sauk Prairie won its own eight-team invitational last Saturday. The Eagles also went 3-0 at the Reedsburg Quadrangular on Sept. 7.

End of the road


The HTL season ended Sunday for Elijah Jorgenson and Sauk Prairie. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sam Koenig and the rest of his Sauk Prairie Twins’ teammates knew their chances of extending their season was largely out of their hands.

Heights spikers shine at Middleton Invite


Kylee Doherty and Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team finished in a third place tie at the Middleton Invitational last Saturday.

The Middleton Invite features some of the top girls volleyball programs in the area.

So when Wisconsin Heights left the 15-team event with a third-place finish last Saturday, the Vanguards knew their season was headed in the right direction.

Football Vanguards rout EL-G

Carson Hosking was better than he’d been all season.

Matt Russell was his usual, brilliant self.

And the defense was sensational.

Add it up and you see why Wisconsin Heights’ football team destroyed Elkhart Lake-Glenbeulah, 69-13, last Friday.

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