Better days ahead

Reed Adler (11), Tyler Boehner (2) and Wisconsin Heights’ football team fell to Abundant Life/St. Ambrose, 54-6, last Saturday.

The Vanguards (0-2) host North Crawford Friday at 7 p.m.

Sauk Prairie swimmers 4th at Baraboo

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team finished in fourth place at the five-team Baraboo Relays last Saturday.

Monona Grove won the event with 454 points, while Baraboo was second with 224 points. The Eagles finished with 168 points.

Sauk Prairie’s girls XC team 8th at RV Invite

Sauk Prairie’s girls cross country team finished in eighth place at the 16-team River Valley Invite last Saturday.

Madison West won the girls’ race, finishing with just 39 points. Dodgeville/Mineral Point was second (97), while Waunakee (106), DeForest (135) and Sun Prairie East (149) rounded out the top five.

Rough week for tennis Eagles

tory over Brodhead, then a 25-17, 25-14 dismantling of Portage and a 25-12, 25-10 rout of host Edgerton.

That set the stage for a rematch with Madison Memorial, and this time Sauk Prairie got the better of the Spartans.

Eagles capture their own invite

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

Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team hosted their own invite last Saturday.

And the Eagles made sure no one had as much fun as the hosts themselves.

Sauk Prairie went a perfect 7-0 on the day and rolled to the championship.

The Eagles defeated Reedsburg, 25-19, 25-10, in the title match.

Soccer Eagles split two games

Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team split a pair of games last week. 

The Eagles dropped a 2-0 decision to DeForest on Sept. 5. Sauk Prairie then rolled past Reedsburg, 8-0, on Sept. 8.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ week:

Heights spikers compete at Middleton

MIDDLETON – Sophomore libero Maya Luko did her best Energizer Bunny impression last Saturday afternoon.

If she wasn’t diving to the floor on defense, she was pumping up her Wisconsin Heights teammates with her boundless energy and infectious smile.

MH-B pulls away from Eagles

MOUNT HOREB — Unfortunately for the Sauk Prairie football team, the game lasts 48 minutes.

If it only lasted 24, the Eagles would have one of the biggest upsets in the state this season to their credit.

Sauk Prairie swimmers fifth at Badger Small meet

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team finished fifth at the first Badger Small Conference meet of the season.

Madison Edgewood won the meet with 210 points, while the Eagles finished with 104 points.

Sauk Prairie’s top finishes came in the following events:

Eagles’ soccer team has big week

Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team went 1-0-1 last week.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ week.

• Sauk Prairie 2, Stoughton 0 — Cris Quedada Godoy and Angel Ibbara both had goals to lead the Eagles past the Vikings on Aug. 29. Keeper Thiago Viera added eight saves for the Eagles.


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