Fab five

Wisconsin Heights senior softball standout Makayla Westphal was named first-team all-Capitol South Conference. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

Wisconsin Heights’ girls softball team landed five players on the all-Capitol South Conference softball team.

Senior Makayla Westphal was named first-team all-league.

Senior Emily Van Riper, freshman Avery Graham and freshman Izzy Sutherland were all named second-team all-conference.

Jordahl plays hero for Twins

Mike Jordahl belted three home runs Sunday to lift Sauk Prairie’s HTL team to a win over Ashton. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

ASHTON — When Mike Jordahl strode to home plate in the top of the ninth inning, the hometown Ashton A’s fans held their collective breaths.

Sauk Prairie’s ‘Best of the best’

It was another fun-filled year for Sauk Prairie’s girls sports teams during a stellar 2022-23 school year.

Callie Brings (volleyball, basketball, softball) and Jenna Johnson (volleyball, basketball, softball) finished their prep careers as 12-season athletes.

Twins rout Cazenovia

Sam Koenig and Sauk Prairie’s Home Talent League team routed Cazenovia Sunday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie has a comfortable lead in the Northern Section’s West Division.

And by the looks of it, the Twins don’t have any plans on giving it up.


Wisconsin Heights landed five players on the all-Capitol South Conference baseball team.

Eagles compete at Cardinal Classic

Clockwise from top, Tristan Kerska, Braden Schaaf, Drew Deuman, Connor Breunig and Sauk Prairie’s boys basketball team competed at the 12-team Middleton Cardinal Classic last Saturday.

Cross Plains KOs Black Earth

CROSS PLAINS — Black Earth punched. Cross Plains punched back harder.

Then the Businessmen dodged a few blows.

Changing of the Vanguard

Nolan Krentz was recently named Wisconsin Heights’ boys basketball coach. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Nolan Krentz has two great passions in life.

The first is golf, where Krentz is the unofficial record holder for the most golf holes played in one year — 18,018. Yes, that number is correct.

Second, Krentz is a basketball junkie who can be found in random gyms across the state every winter.

Eagles fall at state

Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer team dropped a 3-1 decision to Whitefish Bay in the WIAA Division 2 state semifinals last Thursday.

Clockwise from top:

• Eagles keeper Erelyn Apel had 11 saves to keep Sauk Prairie in the game against the Blue Dukes.

Eagles’ terrific trio

Sauk Prairie’s baseball team had three players named to the all-Badger West Conference team.

Senior catcher Michael Pipitone was named first-team all-conference. Junior pitcher/infielder Brason Ballweg and junior pitcher/outfielder Austin Pagel were both named honorable-mention all-conference.


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