A third straight trip to the WIAA state baseball tournament was not in the cards for Janesville Craig's baseball team.
The WIAA state boys golf tournament is Monday and Tuesday in Madison
Janesville Craig's Nate Farrell collapsed during his fourth and final race at the state cross country meet last fall, but he wrapped up his high school career at state track with a title in the 800-meter run.
The sixth-seeded Cougars won 3-1 on the road Saturday night and will host seventh-seeded Madison Memorial on Thursday
Nate Farrell won the WIAA Division 1 state championship in the 800 meters on Saturday in La Crosse, while Peyton Sippy medaled twice and Parker's Julia Hartwig medaled again in shot put
Craig's Peyton Sippy and Nate Farrell and Parker's Julia Hartwig are among the city's highest-seeded state qualifiers in La Crosse this weekend.
The Crimson Tide foursome of Maggie Lawrence, Ashlyn Oren, Kathleen Reilly and Nikkia Johnson answered with a state-record time of 48.69 in heat two and the No. 1 seed heading into today's finals.
Craig beat Beloit 7-0 in a WIAA Division 1 regional semifinal girls soccer match Thursday and will play at Sun Prairie on Saturday. Elsewhere, Parker lost 8-0 at Madison West.
The top-seeded and third-ranked Cougars had no problems in a Division 1 regional final against Fort Atkinson on Thursday, winning 10-0 in five innings.
Lake Geneva Badger won its home WIAA Division 1 boys golf sectional Tuesday at Geneva National, and Janesville Craig junior Kade Salemi also advance to next week's state tournament as an individual.