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Thu
20
Feb

Swimmers second at sectionals


The Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimming and diving team finished second at the Baraboo Sectional last Saturday.

What a difference a year has made for the Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimming program.

After competing in Division 1 the past four years, the co-op program dropped Lodi, which moved the team from Division 1 to Division 2 for postseason competition.

Thu
20
Feb

Wisconsin Heights students shine ‘Under the Stars’


See two image galleries at right. Photo by Mitchell Travis
Thu
13
Feb

Bowling

Rollin Pins 

Riveria Bowling Center

Dec. 17

Dave Dickson 633, Cliff Alt 580, Don Behling 564, Steve Moritz 535, Ron Acker 527, Jack Jensen 480, Tyler Moritz 467, Melvina Meyer 450.

 

Monday Night Special 

Dec. 30

Thu
13
Feb

Eagles pick Kornisch to lead girls’ soccer program

The Sauk Prairie School Board approved the hiring of Drew Kornish as the new girls varsity soccer coach on Monday night.

Thu
13
Feb

Heights boys fall twice

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

Marshall defeated the Vanguards, 54-52, on Feb. 4. New Glarus also downed Heights, 77-65, last Friday.

Thu
13
Feb

Hockey co-op falls to Waunakee

The last chance for the Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team to earn at least a share of the Badger North Conference title slipped away at the Ice Pond at Waunakee last Thursday night.

The Warriors rallied from a second-period deficit to edge visiting Sauk Prairie, 3-2, and secure the conference championship.

Thu
13
Feb

Heights girls drop a pair

It was a rough week for Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team.

And with the regular season nearing the end, the Vanguards hope to turn things around as soon as possible.

Thu
13
Feb

Sauk Prairie girls split a pair

It was the best of times and the worst of times for Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team last week.

 Junior guard Naomi Breunig scored a career-best 28 points, and the host Sauk Prairie Eagles used a smothering defense to pound Portage 59-21 in a Badger North Conference game on Feb. 4.

Thu
13
Feb

Doubling their fun

Before a full-house on ‘Rock the Gym’ night, Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team proved its mettle, having to put in a little overtime to get the job done.

Junior forward/guard Brandt Wilson finished with a game-high 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, and senior swing man Trevor Spray added 12 points and 17 rebounds.

Thu
13
Feb

Eagles’ swimmers keep dynasty alive

It was business as usual for the Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimming team last week, as the Eagles won another Northern Badger Conference title.

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