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Eagles’ hockey team has high hopes


Sauk Prairie hockey coach Dan Lohrei talks to his team during a practice last week.

A battle-tested and experienced Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team heads into the new season confident and with the bar set high.

Little big shots

Sean McGann enters his fourth season at the helm of Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball program with a squad that lacks size and experience.

But the Eagles plan to use their depth at guard to focus on the basics and build off last season’s success on the defensive end.

Vanguards hoping to surprise


Kylee Doherty and Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team began their new season Tuesday at Lancaster.

Dustan Baldassari can’t put the ball in the basket or defend an opponent’s top scorer.

But Baldassari knows a thing or two about winning. And Wisconsin Heights’ new girls basketball team hopes that can help lead to a big season.

Sauk Prairie has high hopes


Olivia Paukner and Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team begin their new season Friday at Waunakee. Photo by Mary Langenfeld.

Not many people know the basketball talent inside Sauk Prairie High School quite like Jacob Breunig does.

Signing Day!


Several Sauk Prairie High School athletes signed their national letters of intent on Nov. 10. From left are: • Aida Shadewald — Wright St., Division 1 volleyball • Avery Leigh — Knox College, Division 3 soccer • Drew Marshall — Maryville Univ., Division 2 lacrosse • Alia Schlimgen — South Dakota St., Division 1 volleyball • Katelyn Fishnick — UW-Green Bay, Division 1 soccer • Micah Hanson — Cansisius College, Division 1 lacrosse Quinn Baier — Bryant & Stratton, NJCAA baseball

Several Sauk Prairie High School athletes signed their national letters of intent on Nov. 10.

From left are: 

• Aida Shadewald — Wright St., Division 1 volleyball

• Avery Leigh — Knox College, Division 3 soccer

SUPER SEVEN

It ranks among the finest year in school history.

A regular season conference title. A 45-3 record.

And a trip to the sectional finals.

So it was no surprise that Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team had seven players named to the all-Badger West Conference team.

Eagles’ swimmers shine at state

Records are made to be broken.

But the Sauk Prairie girls’ 200-yard freestyle relay took the adage to another level when it competed at the WIAA Division 2 state swimming and diving meet at Waukesha South High School last Friday night.

HONOR STUDENTS

Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team played a brutal schedule.

The Eagles navigated it well, though, and finished in fourth place in the powerful Badger West Conference.

So when all-conference honors were announced recently, it wasn’t a surprise that Sauk Prairie was well-represented.

Sauk Prairie’s Fabulous Five

Sauk Prairie’s cross country teams had stellar seasons.

And the Eagles capped it by having several runners earn all-Badger West Conference honors.

Eagles hope to make a splash

PRAIRIE DU SAC — Kassandra Miller reached the podium as a member of the 200-yard freestyle relay in her two previous trips to the WIAA Division 2 state swimming and diving meet.

However, Sauk Prairie opted not to compete in the postseason due to the COVID-19 pandemic a year ago.

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