A recap of high school girls basketball results around the area for Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2018.
The Elks turned an 11-point deficit into a nine-point advantage during a 20-point run Tuesday against the visiting Cardinals
With senior standout Julia Hartwig out due to injury, Janesville Parker made just eight baskets in a 65-38 nonconference loss to open the high school girls basketball season.
Despite losing his leading returning scorer to a torn ACL, Janesville Craig girls basketball coach Kerry Storbakken is optimistic about the team's fortunes heading into the 2018-19 season.
Janesville Parker's girls basketball team finished a disappointing 10-15 last season, but the Vikings did win a WIAA Division 1 regional title before bowing out to staterunner-up Mukwonago in a sectional semifinal game.
Lippens has to follow in the footsteps of Judy Harms, a legendary coach who piled up 244 wins and a state championship during an 18-year run leading Whitewater High's girls basketball program
Ella Houwers spent the last year developing her skills in the butterfly and backstroke so she could be one of the most well-rounded swimmers in the state. And yet she was persistent in remaining elite in the breaststroke.
On Friday night, all of that added up to the first state championship in Whitewater’s girls program’s history, and Houwers added three other state medals earlier in the night.
The Milton High junior swam the 100-yard backstroke in 56.11 seconds Saturday, finishing fifth in the event and posting the top finish for any area swimmer at the UW-Madison Natatorium.
Houwers won a state title and set a school record in the 100-yard breaststroke, topping a 16-swimmer field in a time of 1 minute, 5.34 seconds to become the Whippets' first girls champion.
The WIAA state girls swim meets are Friday (Division 2) and Saturday (Division 1) in Madison.
Less than two months after a devastating injury, Lois has finished his first round of physical therapy. His recovery is going well, and he continues to work toward a return to the gridiron.
Janesville Craig freshman Gavin Kilen gave a verbal commitment Sunday to play baseball at the University of Louisville.
When an athlete finds a school that he or she likes, the first thing they can do is verbally commit to a program. That's what Janesville Craig freshman Gavin Kilen did when he gave a verbal commitment last week to play baseball at the University of Louisville.
Janesville Craig volleyball players Taylor Salmon and Amanda Carlson were named to the all-Big Eight Conference first team for the second straight season.
A recap of championship Saturday at the WIAA state boys soccer tournament at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee
A recap of championship Saturday at the state volleyball tournament at the Resch Center in Green Bay
WIAA girls swim sectional competitions were Saturday, with the top competitors advancing to the state meet later this week.
A whopping 22 of the 28 No. 1 seeds over the seven different divisions won WIAA football state quarterfinal games Friday night and will play for a trip to Camp Randall this week.
Bolstered by an imposing offensive line that averages 275 pounds, Lakeside Lutheran cruised to 45-14 victory over visiting Edgerton in a WIAA Division 4 state quarterfinal football game Friday night.
Edgerton plays at Lakeside Lutheran on Friday night in a WIAA Division 4 state quarterfinal football game. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.
Elkhorn Area High's boys soccer team found itself on the short end of a shootout Saturday as it fell to Oregon in a sectional final--bringing a dominant season to a heart-wrenching end.
Six Janesville Craig football players were named first-team all-Big Eight Conference after finishing 6-4 this season.
Milton High's boys basketball team will tip off the 2018-19 season at the brand new Fiserv Forum in Milwaukee. The Red Hawks will play Burlington in a nonconference game at 2:30 p.m. on November 23.
The Panthers defeated the Elks 5-4 in a penalty shootout after the two teams played to a 1-1 draw during 90 minutes of regulation and two overtime sessions.
Bloomquist, who was the top freshmen finisher at state last year, turned in the fastest time by a sophomore this year. He finished in 15:55.3 on the 5,000-meter course, with Homestead's Drew Bosley repeating as state champion in 15:20.1.
For the first time in program history, Edgerton High's football team has advanced to the third round of the WIAA playoffs. Edgerton pounded Lodi 35-14 on Friday night in a Division 4 second-round game.
Two Janesville Craig boys soccer players earned second-team all-Big Eight Conference honors.
Adam Reigle served up a 35-yard free kick to Sean Ahler in the 73rd minute, and Ahler's goal gave Elkhorn a 1-0 victory over visiting Waunakee on Thursday, sending the Elks to a Division 2 sectional final against Oregon.
UW-Whitewater, unbeaten and ranked fifth in the nation, plays a WIAC football game at 1 p.m. Saturday at UW-Stout.
The season came to an end Thursday night for Milton High's girls volleyball team. The Red Hawks were swept 3-0 by defending state champion Burlington in a WIAA Division 1 sectional semifinal match.
Janesville Craig's girls cross country team will run in the WIAA Division 1 state meet Saturday at Wisconsin Rapids. Four runners return from last year's group that finished fourth in D1.
Janesville Craig sophomore Bryan Bloomquist and senior Aaron Leverson and Parker senior Brooke Graesslin will all run as individuals at the WIAA state cross country meet. Runners from Brodhead/Juda, Whitewater and Evansville will also represent the area.
Elkhorn's boys soccer team hosts Waunakee in a Division 2 sectional semifinal Thursday, while Milton plays top-seeded Burlington in a D1 sectional semi volleyball match at Oregon.
The WIAA state football championship games are three weeks away, so it’s time to peer into my crystal ball.
A look at the players and teams that stood out statistically this fall
Co-curricular or athletic code violations are not new. But the number of them that involve the use of electronic cigarettes--also known as vaping--is on the rise since their use has been added to codes in the past five years or so.
Edgerton is the lone remaining team from The Gazette's primary sports coverage area that is still alive in the WIAA football postseason, while Sun Prairie is the only team out of six Big Eight squads that won in the opening round.
Milton High's girls volleyball team won a Divison 1 regional title Saturday with a 3-1 win over Janesville Craig.
Elkhorn Area High's boys soccer team blanked Stoughton 6-0 on Saturday to win a WIAA Division 2 regional title and extend its shutout streak to eight games. Milton, Evansville and Delavan-Darien were all knocked out Saturday.
Led by Brodhead/Juda's Madelynn McIntyre's second-place finish, three area runners advanced to nest Saturday's state meet.
Janesville Craig's Bryan Bloomquist won the Kettle Moraine Sectional on Saturday to area cross country runners competing in the Division 1 meet.
Two Whitewater High cross country runners are headed to the WIAA state meet.
A roundup of area first-round high school football playoff games on Oct. 19, 2018.
Edgerton High's football team beat Wautoma 42-18 Friday night in the opening round of the WIAA Division 4 playoffs.
Elijah Weis ran for more than 200 yards and four touchdowns, and fifth-seeded Kettle Moraine topped fourth-seeded Janesville Craig 36-6 in a WIAA Division 1 football playoff opener.
Lake Geneva Badger's third-ever trip to the girls state team tennis tournament ended Friday with a 5-2 quarterfinal loss to Divine Savior Holy Angels.
The WIAA playoffs are here. Follow along for updates from tonight's football games around the area.
A roundup of area WIAA boys soccer tournament games played Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018.
Janesville Craig opened the WIAA Division 1 volleyball tournament with a 25-10, 25-10, 25-14 sweep of visiting Elkhorn on Thursday night, setting up a regional final against Milton on Saturday.