The Janesville Jets trailed for nearly 50 minutes Friday night before they rattled off five goals in the final seven minutes against the Johnstown Tomahawks. Their stunning 6-3 victory gave them their third straight sweep, their 12th consecutive victory at the Janesville Ice Arena and their 15th win in 16 outings.
Kira Opsal and Cheyenne Trilling combined for 37 points to lead Verona to a 53-45 win over Janesville Craig.
The high-scoring UW-Rock County men's basketball team overwhelmed UW-Marathon County in a 105-91 victory Saturday.
The Badgers rallied from a nine-point halftime deficit to force overtime, but Kenosha Indian Trail dominated the extra four minutes for an 80-70 nonconference victory.
Janesville Craig senior Airk Furseth ran his season record to 31-0 by dominating the 113-pound weight class at the Terry Kramer Open on Saturday in Fort Atkinson.
Two UW-Whitewater 3-point attempts failed to connect in the final three seconds, and the Warhawks lost to visiting UW-Superior 68-65 in WIAC women's basketball action Saturday afternoon.
Sophomore Katie Uhl made 8 of 10 field-goal attempts on the way to a career-high 20 points, and the Parker Vikings routed visiting Beloit Memorial 66-29 in a Big Eight Conference girls basketball game.
Frank Kaminsky scored eight of his 22 points in overtime, and No. 6 Wisconsin held off Michigan 69-64 on Saturday night.
UW held Nebraska to 42.0 percent shooting in a 70-55 victory and limited Iowa to 43.5 percent in an 82-50 win Tuesday.
Janesville Craig won five events en route to the team title at the Menomonee Falls Invite on Saturday. The Cougars scored 460 points to edge the Menomonee Falls/Germantown/Hamilton co-op's 456.
The Cougars improved to 5-4 in the South (7-8 overall) and are two games back of first-place Turner. The Whippets fell to 3-10 overall and 3-6 in the RVC North.
Brandon Knight had 17 points and six assists and the Milwaukee Bucks put seven players in double figures on the way to beating the Heat 109-102 on Tuesday night.
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