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Big Mack


Sauk Prairie tennis standout Quinlyn Mack closed out her career with a trip to the WIAA Division 1 individual state tournament last week. Mack, a senior, dropped her first match to Kimberly freshman Julia Gurholt, 6-1, 6-4. Mack finished the year 23-9 overall. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie tennis standout Quinlyn Mack closed out her career with a trip to the WIAA Division 1 individual state tournament last week.

Mack, a senior, dropped her first match to Kimberly freshman Julia Gurholt, 6-1, 6-4.

Mack finished the year 23-9 overall.

Eagles’ football team finishes 0-9

It wasn’t the way they hoped to exit.

Then again, not much went according to plan this fall for Sauk Prairie’s football team.

The Eagles — under first-year coach Randy Wallace — dropped a 35-0 decision to host Stoughton in their season finale last Friday.

Eagles’ swimmers 4th at Fort Invitational


Trinity Doerre and Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team finished in fourth place at the Fort Atkinson Invite last Saturday. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s girls swimming team finished in fourth place at the highly-competitive Fort Atkinson Invite last Saturday.

Eagles’ soccer team aiming high


Kyle Cass and Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team begin postseason play this week. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

The postseason has arrived.

And Sauk Prairie’s boys soccer team hopes to catch fire after a mediocre regular season.

The Eagles lost a pair of games last week and finished the regular season 10-9-1 overall.

Mount Horeb edged Sauk Prairie, 2-1, on Oct. 12. And Verona routed the Eagles, 8-0, on Oct. 14.

Vanguards’ boys soccer team lands No. 13 seed


Drew Jacobus and the Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld boys soccer team are the No. 13 seed in their sectional. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld’s boys soccer team received the No. 13 seed in their WIAA Division 4 Sectional. Heights/Barneveld travels to fourth-seeded Mayville for a regional semifinal on Thursday at 4 p.m.

Heights girls take 6th at conference meet

The Wisconsin Heights/Barneveld girls cross country team finished in sixth place at the Capitol Conference meet held in Watertown last Saturday.

Eagles’ boys XC team wins Badger West


Sauk Prairie’s boys cross country team won the Badger West Conference meet last Saturday.

It was a terrific Saturday for Jack Boerger and Sauk Prairie’s boys cross country team.

Boerger won the Badger Conference West individual championship and led the Eagles to the team title as well.

Heights spikers hoping to get hot


Daryn Schaefer and Wisconsin Heights girls volleyball team are hoping to make a run this postseason. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

It’s now or never.

And Kala O’Connell believes the correct answer is now.

O’Connell, the girls volleyball coach at Wisconsin Heights, leads her Vanguards into the postseason this week. And O’Connell believes good things are in store for Heights.

Eagles’ spikers set for postseason


Amy Schlimgen and Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team are a No. 1 seed in their sectional. Photo by Mary Langenfeld

Sauk Prairie’s girls volleyball team begins postseason play Thursday night.

And the Eagles are heading to the playoffs with a full head of steam.

Sauk Prairie won the Wausau West Invite last Saturday. The Eagles also notched a win over Fort Atkinson in the Badger Conference Challenge.

Vanguards exit in style


Wisconsin Heights’ Hudson Smith goes sky high for an interception against Sturgeon Bay last Thursday. Photo by Aaron Jacobus

If this was one and done for Dustan Baldassari and Jay Kuenster — and it certainly appears to be that way — Wisconsin Heights’ co-football coaches exited in style last Thursday.

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