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Hartwig takes her rightful place in WBCA Hall of Fame

She was the state's best player on arguably the state's best high school girls basketball team of all-time.

Now Jennah (Burkholder) Hartwig has taken her rightful place in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Hall...

No. 2 Wisconsin hosts No. 4 Duke at the Kohl Center tonight

Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky, arguably the best big man in the country at the end of last season, entered his final college season as a preseason All-American.

Duke freshman Jahlil Okafor, before having scored a...

Beloit slips past Craig in Big Eight boys basketball

Mike Miller will take the effort he saw Tuesday night every game this season.

The Janesville Craig boys basketball coach simply doesn't expect to see his team shoot 12 percent from beyond the arc or 8 of 18...

Middleton rallies past Parker in Big 8 boys basketball

The loss of two starters didn't hurt Janesville Parker until the final two minutes of the Big Eight Conference boys basketball game at Middleton on Tuesday night.

The Vikings led the entire game, but a 10-0...

Zach Yoder, Jets beat buzzer to earn split
Yoder scored with 14 seconds left, and Janesville topped Johnstown 3-2 in an NAHL road game.
Cold-shooting Vikings lose at Brookfield Central tourney

One game after scoring 80 points, Janesville Parker's girls basketball hit the skids Friday afternoon.

The Vikings managed only 16 points in the second half in losing a 47-42 nonconference game to Green Bay...

Craig's Henschler, Smith named All-Big Eight first team

The prep football careers of Ross Smith and Harry Henschler ended with all-conference recognition.

The Janesville Craig seniors were chosen as all-Big Eight first-team selections by the league's coaches.

Craig High boys wins second straight

Janesville Craig's boys basketball team rallied for another victory Friday night.

SanTrell Payton scored 15 points, including 12 in the fourth quarter, to lift the Cougars to a 48-41 nonconference win over...

Milton, Edgerton boys lose at Fort Atkinson tournament

Alex Helt spoiled the season debut Friday night for Edgerton High's boys basketball team.

Helt scored 20 points to lead Waunakee to a 65-48 win at the Fort Atkinson Holiday Tournament.

Badgers advance to Battle4 Atlantis title game

PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — Duje Dukan thought he had created a turnover with a held ball. The referees said he was guilty of a foul instead. 

It's a play that won't make highlight reels, won't get...