A recap of Tuesday night's action in Rock Valley boys basketball
The Cougars went on the road to beat Madison East on Tuesday night.
Cortez McCree tipped in a missed shot at the buzzer as La Follette won at Parker, 52-50.
Verona scored four third-period goals to skate past Janesville on Tuesday night.
Brodhead at Monroe plus a roundup of Monday's prep action.
Everyone in town enjoys a Craig-Parker matchup in any sport, but did the Big Eight Conference schedule hurt by pairing the teams too early in the season?
The Janesville co-op hockey team went undefeated over the weekend to open its season.
The Rock County co-op girls hockey team advanced to the title game on Saturday, but lost 5-2.
The Janesville Parker Vikings girls basketball team scored fewer than 10 points in three of four quarters against Oshkosh West in a 52-36 nonconference loss Saturday.
The Janesville Craig girls basketball team used a high-pressure defensive effort to key a 23-5 third-quarter advantage in a rout of Oconomowoc on Saturday.
The Vikings open their season today without three key graduated players from last season, and their leading returning scorer is out with an injury.
The Cougars, who open their season Saturday, have just one senior, but are not considering this a rebuilding year.
The Janesville Bluebirds topped Kenosha in a Beloit tournament game, 4-3.
Jake Negus hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send Friday's game against Madison Edgewood to overtime, and the Cougars won the nonconference boys basketball game 71-65.
James Morgan scored all 11 of his points after halftime as Craig pulled away to beat Parker in a Big Eight Conference boys basketball opener on Tuesday night.
Behind 15 points from Nolan Maresch, and 14 each from Jerry Ngobi and Mike Murphy, the Cougars got out of the gate with a quality win against a Monroe team that will surely be in the thick of the Badger South Conference race.
While the cast of “Shrek the Musical” was drawing rave reviews in the school’s auditorium, Cullen Osmond stole the spotlight in the gymnasium. Osmond’s three-point basket with three seconds left lifted the Vikings to a 63-60 nonconference win over Delavan-Darien.
With three starters returning and bolstered by an athletic senior class, coach Ryan Masterson is optimistic the Vikings can put the past behind them.