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Eagles’ cross country teams have big week

It was quite a week for Sauk Prairie’s cross country teams.

The Eagles’ boys and girls both won the Reedsburg Invite last Saturday. Sauk Prairie’s girls also won the Baraboo Challenge on Sept. 21, while the boys were second.

Wisconsin Heights’ boys soccer team wins 2 of 3


Matthew Loy and Wisconsin Heights’ boys soccer team won two of three games last week. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

They say two out of three ain’t bad.  

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys soccer team would certainly agree.

After suffering two losses without a win the week before, the Vanguards captured two of three matches last week. The young, rebuilding Vanguards are now 4-6 overall and 2-2 in the Capitol Conference.

Heights’ spikers third at own invitational

A championship would have been great.

But after Wisconsin Heights finished third at its own invite last Saturday, one thing was apparent: the Vanguards are definitely making strides.

Here’s a recap of Heights’ solid showing at its own invite:

Football Vanguards keep rolling

They don’t typically get the glory.

But the offense wouldn’t be humming without them.

Seniors Bailey Wolf and Jaeger Schoenemann, along with junior Garin Schoenemann constitute Wisconsin Heights’ offensive line. Sophomore Peyton Wolf also sees a lot of playing time.

Eagles’ tennis team shines

Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team finished second at the Badger Conference tournament.

Madison Edgewood was first with 14 points, while the Eagles were second with 12 points. Reedsburg (eight), Baraboo (seven) and Oregon (five) rounded out the top five.

Here’s a look at how the Eagles fared at each flight:

Sauk Prairie gets the best of Baraboo


Sauk Prairie’s Aida Shadewald posted her 1,000th career dig recently.

It’s been a terrific 2021 season for Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team.

And it appears to only be getting better.

The Eagles have climbed to No. 2 in the latest Wisconsin Volleyball Coaches Association poll. Sauk Prairie senior Adia Shadewald recently notched her 1,000th career dig.

Heights runners shine at Mount Horeb Invite

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld cross country team had a terrific day at the Mount Horeb Invite last Saturday.

Both Vanguards teams finished fifth at the highly-competitive invite.

Eagles’ swimmers notch two wins

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team notched a pair of wins last week.

The Eagles defeated Oregon, 105-65, on Sept. 14. Sauk Prairie also swam past River Valley/Richland Center, 105-65, last Saturday.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ two meets:

 

SAUK PRAIRIE 105, OREGON 65

Eagles’ girls tennis team wins a pair

Sauk Prairie’s girls tennis team had a terrific week, winning a pair of matches.

The Eagles defeated Oregon, 5-2, on Sept. 14 and toppled Reedsburg, 4-3, on Sept. 16.

Here’s a recap of Sauk Prairie’s two matches:

Eagles fare well at Charger Challenge


Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team went 4-2 at the star-studded Charger Challenge last Saturday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Amy Schlimgen wants to play the best competition possible, knowing it can only help her Sauk Prairie girls volleyball team this postseason.

So Schlimgen took her Eagles to the remarkably demanding, 32-team Charger Challenge in Milwaukee last Saturday.

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