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Eagles’ girls softball team has rough week

Sauk Prairie’s girls softball team had a rough week, dropping all three games it played.

The Eagles have now lost six straight games and have fallen to 6-7 overall and 5-5 in the Badger West Conference.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ week:

Sauk Prairie’s golfers battle through wild week


James Dietmann and Sauk Prairie’s boys golfers competed in four meets last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The weather has finally improved.

And that means Sauk Prairie’s boys golfers have been among the busiest athletes in the school.

The Eagles competed in four meets last week. And with the postseason almost here, Sauk Prairie hopes it’s rounding into playoff form.

Here’s a recap of the Eagles’ week:

Edgewood tops tennis Eagles

Sauk Prairie’s final home match of the year didn’t go as the Eagles had hoped.

Edgerton defeated Sauk Prairie, 7-0, last Thursday.

Ayden Wildman dropped a 6-2, 6-2 decision at No. 1 singles, but head coach Morgan Bettner liked how he played.

Sauk Prairie peaking at perfect time


Ellery Apel and Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer team rolled to a pair of wins last week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The postseason is quickly approaching.

And Sauk Prairie’s girls soccer team is peaking at the perfect time.

The Eagles won a pair of games last week by a combined score of 21-0.

Sauk Prairie defeated Baraboo, 10-0, on May 3. The Eagles then rolled past Monroe, 11-0, last Friday.

Soccer Vanguards hang tough during hectic week


Zoey Acker and the Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld girls soccer team had a busy week. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld girls soccer team had a busy week, going 1-2-1 during a four-game stretch.

Here’s a recap of the Vanguards’ week:

Heights baseball team drops 3 of 4

Wisconsin Heights’ baseball team dropped three of four games last week.

The Vanguards defeated Belleville, 6-5, on May 4, then lost to New Glarus, 4-3, on May 5. Last Saturday, Heights dropped a pair of games — a 5-1 decision to Richland Center and a 9-2 setback to West Allis Hale.

Here’s a recap of the Vanguards’ week:

Keith honored


Former Wisconsin Heights standout Miranda Keith was named the Sophomore Female Athlete of the Year at Cornell College (Iowa). Keith, who plays softball, led the Rams in RBIs (27) and extra-base hits (12) while compiling a .991 fielding percentage in her first season at Cornell.

Former Wisconsin Heights standout Miranda Keith was named the Sophomore Female Athlete of the Year at Cornell College (Iowa).

Keith, who plays softball, led the Rams in RBIs (27) and extra-base hits (12) while compiling a .991 fielding percentage in her first season at Cornell.

Softball Vanguards cruise by Belleville


Hailey Amble and Wisconsin Heights’ girls softball team defeated Belleville. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

This one felt good.

Really good.

Wisconsin Heights’ girls softball team routed host Belleville, 10-0, on May 4. The game was stopped after six innings due to the mercy rule.

The Vanguards improved to 2-8 overall, 2-4 in the Capitol South Conference and snapped a four-game losing streak.

DOUBLE PLAY

Grant Sorg made sure that Sauk Prairie’s baseball team got in the last word in a thrilling battle against Beaver Dam on May 5.

The junior catcher not once, but twice rallied the never-say-die Eagles, who simply refused to lose.

Twins, HTL teams ready to roll

Play ball.

The Home Talent League kicks off another season this weekend with league managers and players, umpires and fans ready for business as usual after surviving the COVID-19 pandemic.

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