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A look at the Rock Valley, Badger South and Southern Lakes conferences entering girls basketball season
Cedar Grove-Belgium's passing attack was too much, as the Rockets won a WIAA Division 5 state semi 42-35 on Friday
Peyton Pope scored on a 23-yard run with 2:37 left to play to lift Clinton to a 20-17 win over Lancaster in a WIAA Division 5 state quarterfinal game.
As a junior at Whitewater High School, Whitney Treder played tennis in a wheelchair. In this, her senior season, she teamed with Milena Maroske to finish fifth at state in WIAA Division 2 doubles.
When the Clinton High football team held Senior Night three Friday nights ago, lineman Manuel Clotaire's parents couldn't make it. They had an issue to contend with. That issue was Hurricane Matthew.
Trailing at half for the first time this season, the Rock Valley Conference co-champions found the winning formula in the second half.
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.
Questions arose last Saturday when Fort Atkinson received a No. 4 seed ahead of 8-1 and conference champion Evansville/Albany. The Blackhawks were only 3-3 in the Badger South and 5-4 overall. Nobody's questioning the seeding process any longer.
the Cougars got 147 yards and three touchdowns from Peyton Pope and two more scores from Jordan Jones in a 42-14 victory over visiting eighth-seeded Marshall.
The No. 7 seed in their WIAA Division 3 bracket, the Comets coughed up a 14-point fourth-quarter lead only to regroup and topple second-seeded Mount Horeb/Barneveld 28-21 in overtime.
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