Gazette sports writer John Barry wraps up the winter sports season with a couple of individual and team awards, along with a look at his crystal ball predictions for the state basketball tournaments.
Burlington's Regan Cassidy finished 14th in the Division 1 all-around, while Elkhorn's Cameron Jacobson was 15th in the Division 2 all-around Saturday in Wisconsin Rapids.
The Elks scored 135.1667 points Friday during the WIAA Division 2 team competition to finish fourth out of 10 teams. Whitefish Bay scored 141.7167 points to win its third straight state championship.
The Elks will compete today in the WIAA Division 2 team state competition, and several Elkhorn individuals will be in action Saturday during the individual competition
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Elkhorn is ranked No. 5 in Division 2, Janesville Craig is No. 16 in Division 1 and Janesville Parker is No. 20 in Division 1 in latest WHSGA State Honor Roll
Phoebe Werner won two events and the all-around Thursday night to lead Janesville Craig’s gymnastics team to a Big Eight dual meet win over the Verona/Edgewood co-op team.
Janesville Craig finished fourth and Janesville Parker was eighth in the White Division of the Spartan Invitational gymnastics meet Saturday.
Phoebe Werner was second in three events and the all-around and the Cougars beat visiting Madison East/La Follette on Tuesday.
Cougars finish second; Parker is fourth in Purple Division at Saturday's meet
Janesville Craig swept all four events and the all-around en route to a Big Eight Conference dual meet win over Janesville Parker in gymnastics Tuesday night.
Janesville Parker gymnastics coach Heidi Jegerlehner hopes an increase in numbers leads to an increase in success.