The efforts of Delavan-Darien's Katie Jones have earned her the distinction of being named The Gazette's inaugural area player of the year.
Though there weren't any dominant volleyball teams in the area, there certainly were a number of dominant players.
Janesville Parker girls basketball coach Tom Klawitter will have five seniors leading the way for the 2014-15 season.
Junior guard Shelby Gramly hit a baseline jumper with 19 seconds left to play to lift Delavan-Darien to a 35-33 nonconference win over East Troy.
Janesville Craig made 11 3-point baskets, including five in the second quarter, in racing past Madison Edgewood 77-55 in the nonconference season-opener for both teams.
Will Utesch of Big Foot High School earned first-team honors on the Wisconsin Football Coaches Association all-state team.
Utesch, a senior, earned a spot on the elite team as a defensive lineman.
Nick Blomgren and McCauley Cox have bonded through baseball.
The Janesville Craig seniors have played together since they were young and even made a trip to the Babe Ruth World Series as 14-year-olds on the...
Here's a look at the first All-Gazette football team. The 25-player group was selected by Eric Schmoldt and John Barry with input from other Gazette staff and area coaches.
Milton senior Avery Ousterhout dominated in the trenches this season for the Red Hawks. He is The Gazette's inaugural player of the year.
Here are the top 2014 high school football players at each position as voted on by coaches in their conferences.