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Anthony Lange will be one of the top for players for Mount Horeb's boys basketball team this winter. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following preview of the Badger North Conference boys basketball season was compiled by the Wisconsin Basketball Yearbook. To purchase the Yearbook, visit https://wbby.sportngin.com/register/form/584418781. Currently, not all schools inside the Badger North are sure if they’ll...

Swimmers like Nate Rozeboom are thrilled to begin practicing later this month. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

There are no guarantees of competitions this winter. No promises of scrimmages, games or postseasons. When winter sports begin later this month, though, Mount Horeb High School will give its teams the chance to practice. Oh, things will look dramatically different than they have in the past. But...

Torin Hannah and Mount Horeb’s boys basketball team are scheduled to start their season on Nov. 23. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

Monday had turned to Tuesday, and Kolleen Nesheim knew she should be getting some much-needed sleep. Instead, Mount Horeb’s athletic director couldn’t turn her brain off. After seven months without home runs and touchdowns, devoid of triple jumps, stolen bases and birdies, everything suddenly...

A University of Wisconsin study showed that participation in sports is not associated with increased risk of COVID-19 among Wisconsin high school student-athletes, which is good news for athletes like Mount Horeb’s Luke Bennin. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

A ground-breaking study from researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health has found that "...participation in sports is not associated with increased risk of COVID-19 among Wisconsin high school student-athletes." Published by Drew Watson, MD, MS, a Team Physician...

Mount Horeb girls gymnastics coach Martha Koller Faust is waiting to find out if there will be a winter sports season. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

The Badger Conference announced on Oct. 17 it would not have an official conference winter sports season. That doesn’t mean winter sports are dead at Mount Horeb High School, though. Far from. During its next meeting on Oct. 26, the Mount Horeb Board of Education will discuss providing in-person,...

Several Mount Horeb athletes took part in an unofficial cross country meet held at Norsk Golf Club on Oct. 17. 

With its deceptively hilly terrain and a first loop that teases with a view of the finish line before turning you around for another spin, the cross country course at Norsk Golf Club presents a challenge for which runners don’t often pine. But last Saturday, there was no place like home for a...

Mount Horeb athletic director Kolleen Nesheim (left) says the last seven months without sports has been extremely difficult. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

There have been good days and bad. Mount Horeb athletic director Kolleen Nesheim says she sees progress, improvement and remains optimistic that sports will return sooner rather than later. Then there are days where Nesheim isn't as confident, sees the road blocks that still await and says, “you...

The National High School Activities Month will recognize coaches like Mount Horeb’s Tom Lesar the week of Oct. 18-24.

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused everyone to hit the pause button on life. During the stoppage and forced time away from routines, many people have come to appreciate the important things in life – family, friends and faith among others.  Still, the loss of some routines and regular activities hurt...

Patrick Mahomes, the Super Bowl MVP in February, was a three-sport athlete at Whitehouse High School in Texas. Mahomes nearly quit football as a junior in high school to focus on baseball, but his mother talked him out of it.

Patrick Mahomes is an anomaly, a once-in-a-generation athlete who kept all of his coaches at Whitehouse High School on edge about his future. That, however, wasn’t intentional. “We all understood that Patrick was good at all of them,” says Adam Cook, Patrick’s head football coach at Whitehouse, who...
When Molly Lawry sets her mind to something, it typically gets done. The same goes for Jonathan Bauer. The two Mount Horeb residents were planning to compete in the Madison Ironman on July 17. That event was canceled, though, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. That didn’t stop Bauer, Lawry and about 40...

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