Harry Melges IV and Finn Rowe are continuing Lake Geneva’s tradition of producing elite sailors.
Janesville, in the midst of a frustrating campaign, overcame a two-run deficit in the final three innings to defeat Milton 9-8 in a Rock River League game at Schilberg Park.
The Janesville Black baseball team blanked Stevens Point 10-0 on Sunday to win the Babe Ruth 13U state tournament at the Janesville Youth Sports Complex.
Janesville native Charlie Meyer spent the first two months of this baseball season with the Milwaukee Brewers' Class AAA Colorado Springs team but is currently transitioning into more of a coaching role at the rookie level.
If there is a more exciting way to catch fish than on a top-water lure, I’ve yet to experience it. I'm not talking “slop fishing” with a scum frog or burning a buzzbait through emergent vegetation, but rather old-school, son-of-a-Hula-Popper topwater action.
While the recent rainy weather has delayed the project, the city's pickleball players are awaiting a six-court recreational facility that will be known as the Jim Clark Memorial Pickleball Courts.
The Raptors (7-5, 4-4 RRL) are in sixth place in the 10-team Southern Division. The top six teams make the playoffs, with the top two receiving first-round byes.
Joe Shere and six others will be inducted into the UW-Whitewater Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 20.
The Town Square Gran Prix was a showcase event for the city’s revitalized downtown. It should be even better once all the construction cones have been removed. The event received universal praise--save the occasional social media troll.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt put his pickleball skills to the test for the first time since high school.
Five Janesville natives competed Tuesday during the Town Square Gran Prix, the sixth stage of the Tour of America's Dairyland
Recent Janesville Parker graduate Matt Zimmerman played nine tournament rounds of golf in eight days, a stretch that wrapped up Monday when he shot 3-under 69 at Riverside to qualify for the State Am.
Milwaukee's Jack Schultz set a Ray Fischer Amateur Championship scoring record, finishing at 26 under to beat Onalaska's Ben Skogen by three shots at Riverside Golf Course on Sunday.
The Town Square Gran Prix, which will bring downtown Janesville to life with 11 races over roughly 10 hours, will mark the sixth stage of the 10th edition of the Tour of America’s Dairyland.
Jack Schultz, the reigning Ray Fischer Amateur Championship tournament winner, matched the Riverside Golf Course record with a 10-under 62 on Saturday to take the 36-hole lead.
The Senators took the 6-foot-3 forward with the 188th overall pick. Novak is the second Jets player to be picked in the NHL Draft, joining Jack LaFontaine in 2016.
Piercen Hunt, coming off a sophomore season at Hartland Arrowhead where he won a second straight state championship, shot a 7-under 65 to lead the Ray Fischer Amateur Championship after one round.
Jack Schultz won the Ray Fischer Amateur Championship at Riverside Golf Course last year on his way to winning WPGA player of the year honors. He returns as the defending champion as the tournament begins Friday.
Two hundred of the state's top amateur golfers will tee off in the 52nd annual event, which is held by the Wisconsin Public Links Association and has been played at Riverside every year since 1982 and includes former champions like Steve Stricker and Skip Kendall.
20-year-old bowler is the first Janesville Special Olympian to qualify for national meet
Milton defeats Rome to win three-week tournament
University of Wisconsin golfer and Madison native Tess Hackworthy shot a second-round 76 at the Janesville Country Club, winning her third straight Wisconsin State Women's Open title by four strokes.
Madison golfer only player to break par in first of two rounds. Hackworthy will aim for a three-peat Wednesday
Former Parker basketball coach Mike Brunhoefer died earlier this month, but his impact on Janesville can still be felt.
The Janesville Country Club will host the Wisconsin State Women's Open on Tuesday-Wednesday. Madison's Tess Hackworthy is the two-time defending champ.
A highly volatile spring, in terms of weather, gave way to hot summer-like weather this weekend. Through it all, baseball and softball games in the city play on, thanks in part to the work of Bob Schenck and his grounds crew.
Rick Kingsley was a two-sport standout at Janesville Craig and Milton College. The baseball and basketball player will be recognized for his efforts when he's inducted into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Jenna Hume was a Little Britches Rodeo all-around champion last summer and will dedicate more of her time to junior high rodeos this summer. She competes in goat tying, breakaway roping, barrel racing and pole bending.
Sam McCann hit a walk-off single, spoiling a strong day for Lebanon pitcher Matt Sabel, as the Milton Raptors topped the Whitetails 1-0 on Sunday to open the Rock River League baseball season. Janesville loses to Johnson Creek 15-7.
Lesley Perry Murphy, a 1986 Janesville Craig graduate and one of the most decorated high school runners in city history, will be inducted into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame this month, adding another honor to a career full of them
The amateur season is here for area baseball teams, with the Janesville Aces and Milton Raptors opening Rock River League play this Sunday. Home Talent League games began one week earlier.
Josh Benson turned away 18 shots, including a flurry of offensive chances in the final two minutes, and Connor Chilton scored in the second period, sending the Fairbanks Ice Dogs to a 1-0 win Saturday and a berth in the Robertson Cup Finals.
The Jets dropped game 4 to the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 4-2 at Janesville Ice Arena Friday night, setting up a winner-take-all Game 5 Saturday in Janesville.
If you’re looking for some local racing action this weekend, there is a whole lot of racing going on at Oregon’s Madison International Speedway on Sunday.
Gazette sports designer/writer Tom Miller spent time Thursday at the Spring Classic pool tournament in Beloit.
Several Janesville Jets earned NAHL awards this week, including Jakov Novak being named league MVP and Forward of the Year ahead of Friday's Game 4 playoff game against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs.
Ron Slavin is living the dream. The 1993 Janesville Craig graduate, a pro sports agent, spent Thursday night in the green room at the NFL Draft in Dallas.
Simon Sagissor scored in overtime Sunday as the Jets tipped the Fairbanks Ice Dogs 3-2 to take a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five Midwest Division Finals.
The Janesville Jets overturned an early two-goal deficit, scoring six straight goals en route to a 6-4 win over the Fairbanks Ice Dogs on Friday in Game 1 of an NAHL Divisional Final series in Fairbanks, Alaska.
The Janesville Jets open an NAHL Division Final series on the road against the Fairbanks Ice Dogs on Friday night.
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.
Novak, the NAHL's regular-season scoring leader, delivered another clutch performance and Garrett Nieto made 20 saves as the Jets defeated the Springfield Jr. Blues 1-0 on Friday to clinch a sweep of a first-round playoff series.
After a pair of wins last weekend at the Janesville Ice Arena, the Jets are one victory away from a first-round playoff sweep of the Springfield Jr. Blues.
Former Janesville Craig teacher developed love for photography in the 1970s.
Longtime Janesville youth sports advocate and Parker High School booster club member and president Diane Jacobson is one of five 2018 inductees into the Janesville Sports Hall of Fame.
Sam Renlund scored the go-ahead goal in the third period, and the Janesville Jets pushed the Springfield Jr. Blues to the brink of elimination with a 3-2 win Saturday at the Janesville Ice Arena.