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Eagles aim to get back on track


Aaron Andres and Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team dropped three games last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Aaron Andres knew it would be a tough week.

Just maybe not this tough.

Andres, Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball coach, watched his Eagles drop three straight games last week.

Heights girls win on Senior Night

The setting seemed strange.

Then again, nothing about sports these days is normal.

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team traveled to JustAgame Field House in Wisconsin Dells for its Senior Night on Jan. 21. And the Vanguards made it a memorable night, downing Belleville, 48-40.

Wrestlers fall to Craig

Amazingly, wrestling regionals are just more than a week away.

And Sauk Prairie is hoping to peak at the right time.

The Eagles took a step in that direction during a 42-27 loss to Janesville Craig on Jan. 14.

Sauk Prairie’s hockey team remains unbeaten

The good times keep rolling for Sauk Prairie’s co-op hockey team.

The Eagles won all three of their games last week and improved to 8-0 on the season.

Here’s a recap of Sauk Prairie’s week:

Swimmers enjoy a big week

The Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights boys swimming team kept on rolling last week.

In a triple dual held at Jack Young Middle School in Baraboo on Jan. 12, Sauk Prairie defeated Baraboo, 105-64, and swam to an 85-85 tie with Monona Grove.

The Eagles also defeated McFarland, 99-71, on Jan. 16.

Heights boys drop two of three


Everett Buol and Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team dropped two out of three games last week. Photo by Cayden Kennedy

Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team found out last week what its postseason path will look like.

Now, the Vanguards will spend the next month trying to get into playoff shape.

Heights girls drop two games


Ashley Mickelson (24) and Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team lost games to New Glarus and Waterloo last week. Photo by Carrie Van Riper

Bill Sullivan is thrilled his Wisconsin Heights girls basketball team is having a season.

Now, Sullivan would just like it if his Vanguards starting playing a little bit better.

Edgewood KO’s Sauk Prairie

Following a bounce-back victory of its own just two days earlier, Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team faced a Madison Edgewood squad in search of its own redemption last Saturday.

The Crusaders got what they were looking for, and in the process, dealt the host Eagles their second loss in three games.  

Eagles hit a rough patch


Brandt Wilson and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team dropped two of three games last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team has gotten off to a terrific start this year.

The Eagles hit some roadblocks last week, though, dropping two of three games.

Sauk Prairie now sits at 6-3 on the season.

Here’s a look back at the Eagles’ week:

Co-op hockey team stays unbeaten

Sauk Prairie’s co-op hockey team improved to 5-0 with a pair of wins last week.

The Eagles defeated Milton, 4-1, on Jan. 7 and toppled Tomah/Sparta, 5-2, on Jan. 9.

In Sauk Prairie’s win over Milton, Micah Hanson and Erik Peterson both had a pair of goals.

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