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Carter Lange helped Mount Horeb’s boys golf team win a pair of tournaments last week. News Publishing Co. photos by Mary Langenfeld

There’s nothing quite like winning — even when you’re not at your best. Mount Horeb’s boys golfers discovered that last week. With the postseason fast approaching and every swing meaning more and more, the Vikings came up with two huge victories. Mount Horeb won a Badger Conference Southwest Quad...

Mount Horeb’s Ethan Tranel threw a no-hitter in the Vikings’ 9-0 win over Monroe on April 26. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

Everything was working for Ethan Tranel. He threw all of his pitches for strikes. His command was excellent. And his teammates provided help when necessary. And on April 26, Tranel and Mount Horeb’s baseball team had a day they’ll remember for a long, long time. Tranel threw a no-hitter and led the...

Kimmy Steinhauer and Mount Horeb’s girls softball team rolled off four straight wins last week. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

Jeramie Holman had a hunch this was coming. Mount Horeb’s softball manager said recently he felt his team was ready to go on a run. And that’s exactly what happened last week as the Vikings ripped off four straight wins. Mount Horeb rolled past Madison Edgewood, 14-0, on April 25, then toppled...

Rowan Severson and Mount Horeb’s girls soccer team split a pair of games last week. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

On a night that was more fitting for ice skating than playing soccer, Mount Horeb’s offense was in need of a jump-start against returning state qualifier Sauk Prairie. The visiting Eagles dominated play on both ends of the pitch in recording a 3-0 victory over the host Vikings on April 26. Senior...

Rhya Brandemuehl and Mount Horeb's girls track team competed at the Fort Atkinson Invite last week. News Publishing Co. photos by Mary Langenfeld

Mount Horeb’s girls track and field team won the Fort Atkinson Invite last Friday. The Vikings finished with 202 points to easily outdistance McFarland (149) at the six-team meet. Mount Horeb’s boys finished in second place with 142 points, trailing only champion Fort Atkinson (169). On the girls...

Ray Woller and Mount Horeb’s baseball team split a pair of games with Oregon last week. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

Mount Horeb’s baseball team split a pair of games with Oregon last week. The Vikings toppled the Panthers, 8-7, on April 19. Oregon then edged Mount Horeb, 10-9, on April 21. Here’s a recap of those two games: • Mount Horeb 8, Oregon 7 — Kian Preimesberger’s walk-off single in the bottom of the...

Kolton Schaller and Mount Horeb’s baseball team lost to Madison Edgewood last Saturday. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

McFARLAND — Madison Edgewood senior Jackson Trudgeon is winding down a successful career as a three-sport high school student-athlete. While Trudgeon will concentrate on football this fall as a preferred walk-on at the University of Wisconsin, that time couldn’t come soon enough for Mount Horeb’s...

Taylor Mueller (4) and Mount Horeb’s girls softball team split a pair of games with Oregon last week. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

Mount Horeb’s girls softball team split a pair of games last week. The Vikings defeated Oregon, 9-3, on April 19. Mount Horeb also fell to the Panthers, 6-3, on April 21. The Vikings are now 3-3 overall and 3-2 in the Badger West Conference. Here’s a recap of the two games: • Mount Horeb 9, Oregon...

Alex Sutter and Mount Horeb’s boys golf team finished third at a conference mini-meet last week. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

The Badger West Conference is loaded with gifted boys golfers this spring. Madison Edgewood is the top-ranked team in Division 2. Oregon has a terrific roster. But Mount Horeb continues to show it can play with the conference’s elite. The Vikings finished third at the second conference mini-meet of...

Mikayla Holler and Mount Horeb’s girls soccer team dropped two of three games last week. News Publishing Co. photos by Mary Langenfeld

That branch of consistency that’s been a staple of the program has yet to be found. The good news is there’s still time. Mount Horeb’s girls soccer team dropped two of three games last week. The Vikings rolled past Poynette/Portage, 10-0 on April 19. But Mount Horeb then fell to Oregon, 5-0, on...

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