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A look at the Rock Valley, Badger South and Southern Lakes conferences entering girls basketball season
Janesville Craig junior Erin Donagan qualified for the state meet with second-place finishes in the 200 individual medley (2:06.74) and the 100 breaststroke (1:05.33).
Peyton Sippy of Janesville Craig, McKenzie Fillner of Evansville and Erin Sorg of Delavan-Darien will all compete in the girls state cross country meet at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids after winning sectional races Saturday.
A look at area results in WIAA regional semifinal boys soccer action Thursday
The Milton High girls swimming team used seven first-place finishes to collect the team title in Saturday's Cougar Relays at Janesville Craig High.
Pitzner scored on a 2-yard run to open the scoring in the first quarter and a 17-yard pass from Isaac Phillips in the third quarter to make it a three-score game. In between, Phillips hit Travis Barb with a second-quarter touchdown pass.
The Blackhawks quarterback threw for four touchdowns, ran for two more—including a 94-yarder—and kicked five extra points and a field goal in Fort's 50-28 win over the Red Hawks.
The fourth-ranked Red Hawks are the favorites to win their sectional and advance to state.
Jordan DiBenedetto returned the opening kickoff for a touchdown to set the tone and scored on a 55-yard rushing touchdown late in the third quarter to complete a comeback, and the Vikings edged the Red Hawks 23-20 in Badger South Conference play.
The fourth-ranked Red Hawks are a favorite to make it back to state, while Janesville Parker, led Thursday by senior Emily O'Leary, should be in contention after advancing to the Wilmot Sectional.
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