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Officials in the game between the seventh-seeded Comets and Mount Horeb/Barneveld gave the teams the ball at the 10-yard line during the overtime period.
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.
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.
Badger running back Will Keller ran for three first-half touchdowns to help the Badgers beat the Regents advance to a second-round game against another Big Eight opponent, Verona.
A look at area results in WIAA regional semifinal boys soccer action Thursday
A roundup of area Division 2 and Division 3 regional quarterfinal volleyball matches Tuesday night
Gazette sports writer John Barry says Evansville/Albany's 8-1 record and conference championship should translate into a high seed and a home game, but the Blue Devils are seeded fifth and have to go on the road for Level 1 of the playoffs.
Delavan-Darien led Wilmot for nearly the entire second half Friday night, but the Panthers scored in the final minute to notch a 17-12 Southern Lakes Conference home victory.
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.
The fifth-ranked Badgers' power running game got the better of ninth-ranked Waterford's vaunted defense and earned a 21-14 victory and an outright Southern Lakes Conference championship.
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