Big Eight teams had 1-2-3 finishes in both the boys and girls races at the Verona Invitational. Janesville Craig's Peyton Sippy was fourth in the girls race.
The Badgers won six events and finished with 260 points. Baraboo was second with 224 and Milton third with 218. Janesville Craig won three events and finished fourth with 186. Host Parker was sixth with 115.
Janesville Craig kicker Joe Glowacki became the hero when he tucked his 37-yard attempt inside the left upright with nine seconds left to propel the Cougars to a 29-28 Big Eight Conference road victory over Verona on Friday.
The Cougars, who boast just three seniors, opened Big Eight play with a sweep of Beloit on Thursday
Beloit Memorial beat Janesville Parker 97-73, while Craig fell to talented Verona, 116-54.
Both Janesville schools' girls tennis teams played Big Eight matches Tuesday
The Janesville Craig boys soccer team scored three times in the first nine minutes on its way to a Big Eight victory Tuesday
Coaches often say they don't know a lot about their teams until they get out on the field or court and face another team. On Friday, many area volleyball coaches learned a lot about their teams in a hurry.
It used to be an honor for college football teams to play on TV. Now it’s a demerit if you aren’t.
The Janesville Craig High girls tennis team went 1-2 at the Kenosha Tremper Invitational on Saturday.
The Cougars defeated Delavan-Darien 6-1 but lost to Kenosha Tremper 6-1 and Lake Geneva Badger 7-0.