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Lexie Weier. 

The best gymnastics team in Wisconsin was treated as such. And that only seems right. Mount Horeb’s girls gymnastics team — which won the WIAA Division 2 state championship — had five girls named to the all-Badger Conference team. Those gymnasts accounted for 16 of the 30 spots on the all-...
They were the state’s highest scoring line in boys prep hockey this season. So, when it came time to vote on the all-Badger North Conference hockey team recently, league coaches were faced with some impressive credentials from the Sauk Prairie co-op trio of senior wing Riley Jelinek, senior center...
“Never doubt. Only believe.” This was the motto throughout the year for Mount Horeb’s girls gymnastics team. Those words could be seen on signs at the WIAA Division 2 team state meet at Lincoln Field House in Wisconsin Rapids last Friday, on Mount Horeb’s hotel room doors and even inside the school...

Ethan Post.

The phone call came roughly 12 hours after the stunning whistle. Unfortunately for Mount Horeb’s boys basketball team, neither one should have ever occurred. Mount Horeb led host Reedsburg, 61-60, with 2.6 seconds left in overtime of their WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal last Friday. The Vikings...
Hanna Errthum finished her Mount Horeb High School wrestling season by winning the girls state championship hosted by the Wisconsin Wrestling Federation last weekend.  Errthum used two pins and a decision to capture the title.   In the quarterfinals, Errthum defeated Reedsburg’s Caylee Fry, 6-4....
Mt. Horeb gymnasts – from left, Lexie Weier, Drea O’Connell, Sydney Stoenner, Grace O’Neil and Elisa Weier – break out in delirious celebration upon seeing O’Connell’s floor exercise score at the WIAA state championships in Wisconsin Rapids on Friday night. O’Connell’s 9.583 clinched the Division 2...

Coach Faust. 

Mount Horeb’s gymnastics team got the royal treatment after displaying yet again why they are one of the premier programs in the state.  After the WIAA Division 2 Mount Horeb Sectional ended last Thursday, a fire truck was waiting to give the Vikings a celebratory ride around town, recognizing...

Kenzie Couthard.

The 2019-’20 season was just the appetizer. The main course has the potential to be mouth-watering. Mount Horeb’s girls basketball team saw its season end with a 56-41 loss to Oregon in a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal last Friday. The Vikings finished their first year under coach Tom Lesar...

Torin Hannah.

The postseason won’t arrive for Mount Horeb’s boys basketball team until Friday. That’s when the fifth-seeded Vikings travel to fourth-seeded Reedsburg for a WIAA Division 2 regional semifinal. But the Vikings’ final regular season game of the year certainly felt like a playoff game. Mount Horeb...

Pernot.

Mount Horeb sophomore Jaxon Pernot reached the WIAA Division 1 state meet at 106 pounds. Pernot lost his first round match to Milton’s Riley Nilo, 10-4. Pernot finished the year 34-10. News Publishing Co. photo by Mary Langenfeld

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