Cashton High School

When talking about unsung heroes in sports, few groups of players fit the bill more perfectly than linemen in football. They aren’t the players most likely to grab headlines or find the end zone, but their unheralded dirty work in the trenches is the pivotal piece through which everything else runs...

Bangor’s Hank Reader rejoices after a Tanner Jones touchdown run in the fourth quarter. Jones’ score with 18 seconds left in the game would prove to be the game-winner as the Cardinals earned a 34-28 victory over rival Cashton and a share of this year’s conference title. Herald photos by Nate Beier.
The Bangor football program has now won seven consecutive Scenic Bluffs championships without picking up a single loss along the way. To clinch a share of their latest league title, the Cardinals had to survive the biggest scare of their ongoing 42-game conference winning streak. The Cardinals (6-0...

The Cashton football team is off to a 4-0 start during the alt-fall season. The Eagles were 5-5 in 2019 after going 0-9 in 2018. Cashton will travel to Royall (4-0) Friday night for a meeting of undefeated teams. Herald photo by Nate Beier.
This Friday, for the first time since the opening week of the 2021 alt-fall football season, the Cashton football team will be playing a meaningful game. The Eagles, which opened the year against conference rival Brookwood, have taken care of business up to this point in time, but will face their...

Cashton’s Dylan Bayer jukes New Lisbon’s Jon Olson during a play in Friday’s game. Bayer pulled in a touchdown pass in the third quarter during the Eagles’ 22-0 second half scoring run. Herald photo by Jenny Schendel.
Cashton’s perfect record appeared to be in some trouble at halftime against winless New Lisbon, but a tighter performance in the second half helped the Eagles improve to 4-0 on the season. The other two unbeaten teams remaining in the Scenic Bluffs Conference — Bangor and Royall — also kept their...

Cashton’s Faith Hemmersbach and Adelynn Hyatt (center) and Kati Steinhoff and Karolyn Kirking (right) share a final embrace during the awards presentation following the Eagles’ 3-1 loss to Royall Tuesday night. Herald photos by Nate Beier.
Luke Lukaszewski’s first season as Cashton’s head varsity volleyball coach saw the Eagles reach heights uncommon for the program that brought them within reach of a historic win. In the end, they fell agonizingly short of securing the first state tournament berth in program history, instead...

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