Madison Marshall

Sauk Prairie's Madison Marshall competes on the balance beam during an invitational at Baraboo High School on Dec. 9.

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Sauk Prairie split a home triangular against Badger Conference rivals Reedsburg and Baraboo on Feb. 2 at Grand Avenue Elementary School.

"It was an outstanding meet for Sauk Prairie, with 30 individual PRs as well as an increase in an entire 11 points from last week," Sauk Prairie coach Justine Anderson said, referring to Sauk Prairie's 126.685-113.75 dual-meet loss at Monona Grove on Jan. 26. "It was Senior Night, so we took a chance to recognize our two veteran seniors — Izzy (Kalinosky) and Brenna (Diehl) — as well as our four foreign exchange students that we have been incredibly lucky to have on the team. I think excitement must have been high, as they all put out the best performance of the season."

The Eagles claimed a 124.275-104.2 win over Reedsburg while suffering a 129.125-124.275 loss to Baraboo.

"I was extremely impressed with the quality of the performances," Anderson said, noting that the Eagles posted their highest team score of the season on the uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. "I truly believe they looked the best they have all season, so they deserve the bigger scores that they all received."

Audrey Pape led Sauk Prairie in the all-around, compiling a personal-best score of 32.15 to finish third behind Baraboo's Brittany Reuter (33.9) and Bella Vedro (32.875). Sauk Prairie's Heidi Kuhnau added a fourth-place finish, setting a personal record in all four events to finish with a 31.4 in the all-around. Madison Marshall also set a personal best in the all-around, using a score of 30.025 to take seventh.

Pape led the Eagles with an 8.5 on the balance beam and a 7.6 on the uneven bars. Marshall added an 8.225 on the balance beam, while Kuhnau followed with a 7.95, Brenna Diehl a 7.65 and Addie Desroches a 6.925. On the uneven bars, Kuhnau tallied a 7.0, Izzy Kalinosky a 6.6, Marshall a 6.5 and Samara Estrada a 5.65.

Kuhnau paced Sauk Prairie with an 8.55 on the floor exercise, followed by Pape (8.5), Carina Meixelsperger (8.05), Desroches (7.6) and Marshall (7.6).

Meixelsperger, who set a personal record in all four events on Tuesday, scored a team-best 7.95 on the vault. Kuhnau and Estrada each added a 7.9, while Marshall and Pape chipped in a 7.8 and 7.55, respectively.

The Eagles will visit Milton on Thursday before competing in an 11-team invitational in Platteville on Saturday. Sauk Prairie will host the Badger Conference meet on Saturday, Feb. 17.

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