Sun Prairie (12-1) went 4-1 on the day, downing De Pere (25-13, 19-25, 15-9), losing to Notre Dame -(29-31, 22-25), and beating Pewaukee (25-9, 27-25), Xavier (26-24, 23-25, 15-12) and Luxemburg-Casco (25-23, 25-19). “We just have this goal getting better every tournament,” Sun Prairie outside hitter Claire Chaussee said. “Losing to Notre Dame, they’re a really good team and everything. We just know if we push a little harder at the beginning of the set.
The Aggies got their offense going on their second possession. Utah State worked into Wisconsin territory before a little razzle dazzle. Tonny Lindsey Jr. took a handoff and tossed it to Jordan Nathan on an end around for 19 yards to the 9. The Aggies had a third-and-goal at the 3, but a false start pushed them back. From the 8, Kent Myers was flushed out of the pocket on a blitz and had to throw the ball out of bounds. Utah State settled for a 25-yard field goal from Dominik Eberle to make it 3-0.
Feiner wanted a constant reminder of his team’s ultimate goal in his final year of playing high school baseball: get back to Wausau and win the Division 1 state championship. The group of 10 seniors on that ’97 squad meshed perfectly with five juniors and one sophomore, went on a run in the postseason and captured Sun Prairie’s third state title in program history. Even though it has been 20 years, plenty of the guys’ recollections are crystal clear from that magical championship season.
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