A roundup of area WIAA regional baseball games played Tuesday, including wins by Clinton, Big Foot and Milton
Tyler Westrick stuck with three sports—football, basketball and baseball—and will graduate next month as one of the most decorated three-sport athletes in Milton High history.
Twelve Janesville Craig will run in the 200-mile Ragnar Relay Chicago, which is June 12-13 and begins in Madison and stretches to Chicago.
Janesville Craig assistant takes reins with Red Hawks
Vikings senior John Milner brought home medalist honors at the Beloit Invite with a 1-over-par 71 at Krueger-Haskell Golf Course, and Parker finished fourth as a team.
Watertown held off Janesville Parker by 2.5 points to win the boys title, while the girls team captured the crown by two points over Beloit Memorial. Janesville Craig's boys finished third, with the Craig girls finishing fifth. Parker's girls were sixth. Milton's boys and girls both finished fourth.
Brooke Boss and Katelyn Gonzalez had four RBI apiece, and Delavan-Darien pounded 14 hits in a 15-4 victory over Milton at Schilberg Park.
Blustery weather causing some shifts in high school schedule
Milton senior Maddie McCue defied the doubters and showed that it's possible to be successful in both softball and golf.
The Cougars and Vikings have rescheduled Thursday's baseball game for Friday night.