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Thu
16
Jan

Heights girls split


Natalie Hering (right) and Wisconsin Heights girls basketball team split a pair of games last week. Photo by Bethany Wood

Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team split a pair of games last week.

The Vanguards defeated New Glarus, 56-52 in their Southern Capitol Conference opener last Thursday. Heights also dropped a 72-48 decision to Dodgeville last Tuesday.

Heights improved to 5-6 overall and is 1-0 in the league.

Thu
16
Jan

Eagles’ girls hit a rough patch


Naomi Breunig and Sauk Prairie’s girls basketball team hope to get rolling again this week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

With the third annual Badger Challenge on deck for this week, Sauk Prairie girls’ basketball coach Amber Fiene is looking for her team to rebound from a rough ending to the first half of the Badger North Conference season.

Thu
16
Jan

Vanguards hold off Barneveld

The ball hung in the air for what felt like forever.

And Wisconsin Heights boys basketball coach Zack Colby and the Vanguards held their collective breath.

Heights led host Barneveld, 62-61, in the final seconds last Thursday. And the Eagles got a terrific look at a potential game-winning shot.

Thu
16
Jan

A night to remember


Sauk Prairie boys basketball coach Sean McGann was thrilled with a fundraiser that went to support his fiancée last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

At the beginning of the season, Jan. 9 was just another day on the calendar, which included a scheduled Badger North Conference boys basketball game between Baraboo and host Sauk Prairie.

But recent events made it far more than that.

Thu
09
Jan

Sauk Prairie hockey team rolls

Following a two-week holiday break, the Sauk Prairie co-op hockey team got off to a slow start last Friday night.

Seniors Camden Desroches and Riley Jelinek each recorded a hat trick, though, to rally the Eagles to an 8-2 victory over visiting McFarland in a non-conference game at the Sauk Prairie Area Recreation Center Ice Arena.

Thu
09
Jan

Eagles’ girls fall to Beaver Dam

Junior guard Naomi Breunig scored a team-high 13 points, but the Eagles lost a Badger North Conference game to the host Beaver Dam Golden Beavers 80-44 last Friday night.

The Golden Beavers came out on fire, sprinting out to an early 17-4 lead and never looked back.

Thu
09
Jan

Heights girls fall to Dells


Natalie Hering (right) had a team-high eight points when Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team lost to Wisconsin Dells last Friday. Photo by Bethany Wood

Bring on the Southern Capitol Conference.

That’s how Wisconsin Heights’ girls basketball team must feel following a demanding non-conference schedule.

Thu
09
Jan

Eagles sneak past Beavers

Parker Breunig knows what it takes to rally the troops.

As a starting quarterback on the Sauk Prairie football team, the senior signal caller led the Eagles to their first playoff berth in 12 years.

Thu
09
Jan

Sauk Prairie wrestlers shine


From left, Sauk Prairie seniors Marcus Hankins (195 pounds), Simon Patterson (220) and Austin Rider (285) won championships at the Sauk Prairie Eagle Invitational last Saturday.

It was all about quality and not quantity when Sauk Prairie hosted its annual Eagle Invitational last Saturday.

Sauk Prairie saved its best for last as seniors Marcus Hankins, Simon Patterson and Austin Rider closed out the final three weight classes of the meet on top off the podium as tournament champions.

Thu
02
Jan

Wisconsin Heights’ year in sports

Thrilling victories. Magnificent individual performances. Memories to last a lifetime.

These are the norm inside the remarkably successful sports programs at Middleton High School.

And 2019 was certainly no different.

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