Michah Overley threw a complete-game four-hitter and Luke Malmanger went 2-for-3 with an RBI to help Janesville Craig's baseball team beat Janesville Parker 3-1 on Tuesday.
Four years ago, Mitch Seager was given the nickname "Dijon." The Beloit Turner senior has been spreading his talents on the baseball diamond ever since.
Mike Brooks just wanted to play baseball. Once he started playing, success was never far behind. He's one of five inductees into this year's Janesville Sports Hall of Fame.
Janesville Parker's baseball team managed only four hits Saturday afternoon in a 4-0 loss to Sun Prairie at Riverside Park. The Vikings fell to 2-2 overall and 2-1 in the Big Eight.
Janesville Craig's baseball team overcame a nine-day layoff in defeating Burlington 4-3 in 11 innings in a nonconference game Saturday at Riverside Park. Top-ranked Craig (5-0) won it when Tressin Kussmaul scored on a fielding error.
The Vikings scored five runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to get back within striking range and then beat Madison La Follette 9-8 on a walk-off hit in the bottom of the eighth.
Top-ranked Janesville Craig returned to the diamond with a bang Wednesday in a 14-4 5-inning Big Eight Conference win over Madison La Follette at Riverside Park.
For the first time in conference history, the Big Eight baseball schedule features weekly home-and home series between the same schools.
Senior shortstop Noah Berghammer tripled and homered, and junior pitchers Mitchell Woelfle and Micah Overley got off to good starts at Craig won its season-opening baseball game 5-3 at Lake Geneva Badger.
Second-ranked Jefferson scored two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning en route to an 8-6 win over Edgerton on Thursday in Rock Valley baseball.
Just one of Antigo's 13 hits Tuesday went for extra bases, but the Red Robins built an early lead and handed Janesville Parker an 8-3 loss on opening day of the high school baseball season.
A preview of the area high school baseball season, including the Rock Valley Conference, which boasts three of the top eight Division 2 teams in the preseason state coaches poll.
With four Division I recruits on the roster, Janesville Craig's baseball team enters the spring season eyeing a fourth straight Big Eight Conference title and third trip to the state tournament in the past four years.
Janesville Parker's baseball team boasts 12 seniors, including several who have at least three years of varsity experience, so the Vikings hope to improve on a 9-13 record from last season.
New WIAA rules allowed for high school baseball pitchers and catchers to begin instructional work Monday, one week before the official start of practice. Regulations limit the type of work and the equipment that can be used during these sessions, which are designed to help young players get their arms ready for the season.