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Brodhead's Ned Slocum reaches 1,000 points
The Cardinals senior scored 22 points to land directly on 1,000 in a 60-45 nonconference road victory over Albany.
Boys basketball: Elkhorn, Parkview open with victories
The high school boys basketball season got underway with a couple area games Tuesday night
Can Evansville rule the Rock Valley North?
When the season opens tonight at Waterloo, Evansville will return all five of its starters from a year ago, including first-team all-league guard Brennen Banks and senior second-team post Kyle Rutkowski.
Girls basketball: Brodhead, Edgerton, Whitewater win RVC openers
A roundup of area girls high school basketball games played Tuesday night
Upperclassmen fill out all-area volleyball team
The second annual edition of The Gazette's all-area girls volleyball team features heavy hitters, denying defenders and sensational setters. Several teams in our area found success this season, and the players on our all-area team were a big reason why.
Girls basketball roundup: Whitewater, Brodhead, Clinton win openers
A recap of area high school girls basketball on opening night Tuesday.
Rock Valley Conference boasts impressive depth
A team from the Rock Valley has played at state in four of the last five years.
Craig's Donagan reaches state swim
Janesville Craig sophomore Erin Donagan won the 200 individual medley at the Middleton Sectional on Saturday to automatically qualify for next Saturday's Division 1 state meet at the UW Natatorium in Madison. Donagan also likely qualified in the 100 breaststroke based on her sectional time.
Parkview leaving Rock Valley in football
Orfordville Parkview will continue to play football next season, but not in the Rock Valley Conference.
Craig's Nate Farrell eighth at state cross country
Nate Farrell picked up his second straight top 10 finish Saturday at the WIAA boys Division 1 cross country meet in Wisconsin Rapids. The Janesville Craig junior finished eighth for the second straight year, covering the 5,000-meter course in 16:14.8.