Eagles’ boys soccer team notches big win over MG

Giovani Garcia Martinez and Sauk Prairie boys soccer team notched a big win over Monona Grove last Friday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The boys soccer postseason won’t arrive for another month.

That doesn’t mean Sauk Prairie isn’t thinking — at least a little — about what lies ahead.

And that’s why last Friday was so fun for the Eagles.

Sauk Prairie defeated Monona Grove, 1-0, in a matchup against a team that’s in the Eagles’ sectional.

Heights spikers making strides

Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team is excited about the direction their season is headed. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Wisconsin Heights’ girls volleyball team continues to make strides.

And last week was further proof.

The Vanguards defeated Cambridge, 3-2, on Sept. 12, then fell to Waterloo, 3-1, on Sept. 14.

Heights boys XC team 7th at MoHo

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys cross country team finished seventh at the Mount Horeb Invite last Saturday. The Vanguards’ girls came in eighth.

Madison East won the boys’ race with just 50 points, while Madison La Follette (53), DeForest (56), McFarland (90) and Monona Grove (166) rounded out the top five.

North Crawford runs past Heights

Reed Adler (11) and Wisconsin Heights’ football team fell to North Crawford, 44-0, last Friday. Photo by Aaron Jacobus.

Connor Herrling knows it’s gut check time.

And Herrling, Wisconsin Heights’ first-year football coach, believes his team is ready for the challenge.

Eagles’ swimmers fall to Monroe/NG

Kate Himebauch and Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team fell to Monroe/New Glarus on Sept. 12. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team fell to Monroe/New Glarus, 119-51, on Sept. 12.

The Eagles’ 200-meter medley relay team of Savannah Acker, Kaylee Oleson, Carly Schroeder and Ava Flanagan finished second.

Sauk Prairie’s 200-meter freestyle relay team of Oleson, Flanagan, Kate Himebauch and Acker was second.

Eagles’ spikers continue to shine

Ellery Apel and Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team took fifth place at the star-studded Charger Challenge last weekend. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The best of the best descended on the Milwaukee Sting Center last weekend for arguably the state’s finest regular season volleyball tournament.

And Sauk Prairie proved it can play with anyone and everyone in Wisconsin.

Eagles have a blast on Senior Night

Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team has a large and gifted senior class this season.

And that group celebrated Senior Night in style on Sept. 14, when they rolled to a 5-2 win over Baraboo.

The Eagles won three of four singles matches and two of three doubles competitions.

Sauk Prairie gets back on track

It had been a long time coming for the Sauk Prairie Eagles football team.

Winning a road game, that is.

After spotting host Oregon a touchdown lead, the Eagles checked another item off their to-do list last Friday night.

Heights boys XC team 16th at River Valley

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys cross country team finished in 16th place at the 20-team River Valley Invite last Saturday.

Madison West won the 20-team race with 62 team points. Middleton was second with 117, while DeForest (121), Madison La Follette (119) and Sun Prairie East (143) rounded out the top five.

Hoping for a turnaround

Carston Lamont (above), Drew Jacobus (right) and Wisconsin Heights’ boys soccer team dropped a pair of games last week.

The Vanguards (1-4) will next host Richland Center Thursday at 5 p.m.


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