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.
2006 Craig graduate head U.S. scout for Canadian organization
A disputed pass interference call with 15 seconds left in the game set up the winning score as the Illinois Cowboys defeated the Rock County Rage 30-29 in a Midstates Football League game Saturday night at Beloit Memorial High School.
Milton has 10 doubles; McCauley Cox drives in five with three hits
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.
Shane Fleming is Janesville Parker's most successful wrestler in school history, winning a state title in 1986. Earlier this month, Fleming was named the new head coach.
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.
If the WIAA approves a conference realignment plan submitted by the WFCA, Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker would move to the Badger South Conference for football starting with the 2020 season
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.
Parker High School has seen 14 new head coaches in 22 different programs in the last three years.
The Fourth of July marks the official start of “things are getting serious” in major league baseball.
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.
For the second year in a row, Jacob Campbell is The Gazette's player of the year in baseball. The University of Illinois recruit tore it up offensively and was a rock behind the plate.
Mitchell Seager is The Gazette's area co-player of the year in baseball. The recent Beloit Turner graduate led the state in hitting with a .614 average and was 6-0 on the mound.
Talent abounds on The Gazette’s all-area baseball team. Janesville Craig, which fell one game short of the state championship, leads the way with six selections.
Most backwater fisheries of Pool 11 in the Cassville area are now shallow mud holes, with the once spectacular habitats on Pool 10 near Prairie du Chien now experiencing the same fate. The blame for this slow-moving catastrophe rests entirely on the U.S. government.
Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt put his pickleball skills to the test for the first time since high school.
Orfordville Parkview's move to the Trailways Conference was a success. The Vikings found competing on a more level playing field paid dividends.
2007 Janesville Craig graduate evaluates future Cleveland Indians
Rookie pitcher shuts down Kansas City
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.
Washburn County doesn’t have the Illynesian ambiance of Minocqua, Eagle River or Hayward. It also lacks superior fishing potential for popular species like muskies and walleyes, but is certainly on par with these other North Country destinations when it comes to panfish, largemouth bass and pike.
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.
Janesville's storied American Legion baseball program will not field a team at the 19U level this season due to a shortage in players.
20-year-old bowler is the first Janesville Special Olympian to qualify for national meet
Kailyn Packard’s senior season at Beloit Turner was cut short by a knee injury, but that couldn’t stop her from being named The Gazette’s area softball player of the year.
The Gazette's 2018 all-area softball team
Tape measures can get in the way of a good fishing story.
Milton defeats Rome to win three-week tournament
A roundup of championship Saturday at the WIAA state girls soccer tournament.
Janesville Parker High School announced Friday that Clayton Kreger, a 2002 Parker grad and current teacher and football coach, will be its new athletics director.
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.
Senior designated hitter Zak Karrels hit a home run to left field to lead off the bottom of the seventh inning, propelling Arrowhead to a 2-1 victory over Craig in a WIAA Division 1 state semifinal baseball game Tuesday night.
Janesville Craig's pitching strategy played out perfectly Tuesday, at least until the very last at-bat of the night. The Cougars got gems from juniors Mitchell Woelfle and Micah Overley but came up just short of playing for a state title.