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Thu
30
Jan

Heights cruises by Belleville

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team headed to Marshall Tuesday night.

And with a win, the Vanguards could move into a first place tie in the Southern Capitol Conference.

That’s because Heights rolled past Belleville, 71-52, last Thursday and stayed within one game of first place Marshall in the league.

Thu
30
Jan

Sauk Prairie upended by MG


Sam Drescher and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team lost to Monona Grove in the Badger Challenge last Saturday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

MADISON – Capped by senior forward Trevor Spray’s 3-pointer as time was running out in the first half, the Sauk Prairie boys’ basketball team was enjoying its appearance at the 11th annual Badger Challenge last Saturday afternoon.

Thu
23
Jan

Wrestlers notch two wins

First-year head wrestling coach Matt Gaffney has had his share of ups and downs during a rollercoaster season for the Sauk Prairie wrestling team.

But there was some light at the end of the tunnel last week after the Eagles swept a pair of Badger North Conference duals following an 0-3 start to the league dual-meet season.

Thu
23
Jan

Sauk Prairie’s girls win a pair

Organizers of the third annual Badger Challenge girls basketball tournament were determined not to let inclement weather interfere with its eight-game schedule last Saturday.

Thu
23
Jan

Sauk Prairie rolls past Portage


Parker Breunig and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team defeated Portage last Thursday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld.

Shoring up its defense was a priority for Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team after an 0-4 start to the season.

While it remains a work in progress, Eagles’ coach Sean McGann likes what he has seen the past five weeks.

Thu
23
Jan

Heights girls split two games


Hanna King and Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team defeated Waterloo, but fell to Cambridge last week. Photo by Bethany Wood.

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team has played 13 games this season.

The Vanguards haven’t won more than two games in a row, or lost more than two straight.

Thu
23
Jan

Splish, splash

Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights moved one step closer to winning its fourth consecutive Badger North Conference boys swimming title with a convincing 126-44 victory over visiting DeForest on Senior Night and Youth Night on Jan. 14.

Thu
23
Jan

Heights survives a wild week


Jonathan Holcomb and Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team split a pair of games last week. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

It was a wild week for Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball team.

The Vanguards dropped a 64-55 decision to defending WIAA Division 4 state champion New Glarus last Thursday. Heights then rebounded with a thrilling 64-59 double overtime win over Palmyra-Eagle last Saturday.

Thu
16
Jan

Eagles’ hockey team splits a pair

The Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team earned a split in a pair of Badger North Conference games last week.

Following a 2-0 loss at home against Waunakee on Jan. 7 and a 5-0 victory at the DeForest co-op last Friday, the Eagles aspirations of a conference championship took a major hit.

Thu
16
Jan

Swimmers cruise past Baraboo

Sauk Prairie/Wisconsin Heights swimming coach Todd Wuerger likes the progress his squad has been making this season.

That was evident in the Eagles’ return to Badger North Conference competition after a five-week break when Sauk Prairie swamped host Baraboo 107-63 in a league dual at Jack Young Middle School on Jan. 7.

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