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Reedsburg ousts softball Eagles

They played extremely well against a quality opponent.

They left everything they had on the field.

In the end, it simply wasn’t enough.

Soccer Eagles stumble twice


Olivia Paukner (22) and Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer team finished the regular season with a pair of losses. The Eagles fell to Oregon, 1-0, on May 24 and dropped a 2-1 decision to McFarland on May 26. The Eagles ended the regular season 12-6-1 overall and 5-2 in the Badger West Conference. Sauk Prairie is now the No. 1 seed in its half of its WIAA Division 2 sectional and hosted eighth-seeded Merrill in a regional semifinal on Tuesday. If the Eagles won there, they would host either fourth-seeded Baraboo or fifth-seeded Reedsburg in a regional final on Saturday. The sectional semifinals are June 9 and the sectional finals are June 11. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Olivia Paukner (22) and Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer team finished the regular season with a pair of losses.

The Eagles fell to Oregon, 1-0, on May 24 and dropped a 2-1 decision to McFarland on May 26. The Eagles ended the regular season 12-6-1 overall and 5-2 in the Badger West Conference.

Tennis Eagles fall at subsectional


Ayden WIldman (above) and Sauk Prairie’s boys tennis team failed to win any matches at the Waunakee Subsectional last week. Here’s how the Eagles fared in their opening round matches: • No. 1 singles — Middleton’s Ethan Bo defeated Sauk Prairie’s Ayden Wildman, 6-1, 6-0. • No. 2 singles — Waunakee’s Caden Collins toppled the Eagles’ Caden Campbell, 6-0, 6-0. • No. 3 singles — Baraboo’s Davis Wetzel edged Sauk Prairie’s Charlie Endres, 6-3, 6-4. • No. 4 singles — Waunakee’s Hayden Liu downed the Eagles’ Adam Kaukl, 6-0, 6-0. • No. 1 doubles — Sauk Prairie’s Carson Brinkmeier and Clayton Dahlby fell to Baraboo’s Will Davies and George Stelling, 6-1, 6-1. • No. 2 doubles — Reedsburg’s Dayne Meinhardt and Tyler Singletary defeated the Eagles’ Boden Brodeur and Brody Wolfe, 6-3, 6-1. • No. 3 doubles — The Eagles did not have a team compete. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Ayden WIldman (above) and Sauk Prairie’s boys tennis team failed to win any matches at the Waunakee Subsectional last week. Here’s how the Eagles fared in their opening round matches:

• No. 1 singles — Middleton’s Ethan Bo defeated Sauk Prairie’s Ayden Wildman, 6-1, 6-0.

Dietmann headed to sectionals


Sauk Prairie’s James Dietmann qualified for the Onalaska Sectional after a big day at the Madison West Regional. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Shane Frey knew James Dietmann had this in him.

The ability to go low. A chance to shine on the big stage.

And Dietmann did just that.

Dietman, a senior on Sauk Prairie’s golf team, shot an 82 at the WIAA Division 1 Madison West Regional on May 24 and earned a spot at the Onalaska Sectional that was held Tuesday.

Eagles rally in playoff opener

Darin Pape insists he wasn’t worried.

He may have been the only one on the Sauk Prairie side that wasn’t fretting.

Doherty punches ticket to state


Wisconsin Heights’ Kylee Doherty qualified for the state track and field meet in both the shot put and the discus. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

Kylie Doherty is headed back to state.

And making it even sweeter, she’ll be competing in two events.

Doherty, a senior standout at Wisconsin Heights, earned a trip in both the discus and shot put after excelling at the WIAA Division 2 Prairie du Chien Sectional on May 26.

Wright-Rodriguez headed to state

BARABOO – The wide smile spoke volumes for Damien Wright-Rodriguez.

The Sauk Prairie senior sprinter had just finished third in the 200-meter dash at the WIAA Division 1 sectional track and field meet at Baraboo High School and was trying to catch his breath.

Black Earth knocks off Ashton

ASHTON – Whenever the Black Earth Bombers and Ashton A’s meet up in a Home Talent League contest, it is usually a family affair.

On Sunday, it was the Barsness and Caminiti brothers, who led the way for the visiting Bombers.

Boys tennis team winless at conference

Sauk Prairie’s boys tennis team failed to win any matches at the Badger West Conference tournament.

But Eagles coach Morgan Bettner was pleased with many of Sauk Prairie’s performances.

Sauk Prairie’s girls softball team wins playoff opener

A walk’s as good as a hit.

And a forfeit is as good as a win.

That’s how Sauk Prairie’s girls softball team felt after receiving a forfeit from Mauston in their WIAA Division 2 regional quarterfinal last Thursday. The seventh-seeded Eagles advanced to a regional semifinal Tuesday against second-seeded Reedsburg.

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