Bolstered by early pins from senior Mitchell Schumann and junior Brady Schenk, the Cougars rolled to a 58-19 road win over Madison Memorial.
Craig scored the first 26 points and retained the Kaster-Cramer Cup with a 59-18 home victory. The Cougars have never lost possession of the trophy, which was created in 2012 to honor longtime Craig coach Joe Kaster and Parker coach Ron Cramer.
Janesville Craig finished fifth at the two-day Mid-States wrestling tournament Saturday.
Janesville Craig finished eighth and Janesville Parker 12th at the two-day Ed Stech wrestling invitational.
Janesville Craig's wrestling team won the Whitewater Invitational for the third straight year Saturday.
The Cougars used five pins to post a 66-15 victory at Madison West in a meet that had just six matches due to forfeits.
Brianna Staebler is about to check another one of her wrestling goals off the list. The Whitewater High junior hopes to show other girls they have increasing opportunities to do the same.
The Cougars used five pins to top visiting Verona 55-15 in a Big Eight Conference dual meet.
Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker believe they can be the cream of the crop in the Big Eight Conference when it comes to wrestling this season.
Janesville Parker's wrestling team went 3-2 and finished fifth Saturday at the Cramer/Brown Invitational. Prairie du Chien won the team title with a 5-0 record.
Evansville/Albany is shooting for a fourth straight Rock Valley Conference wrestling championship.
Richards' pin leads off Vikings' 61-16 win over visiting Madison East
The Elkhorn High senior has the second-most wins in the history of a storied wrestling program and was a three-time state place-winner.
The Janesville Craig senior was pinned by Max Meeuwsen of Bay Port at 2 minutes, 18 seconds in the Division 1 285-pound title match at the WIAA state wrestling tournament.
Four area wrestlers competed in semifinals Friday evening at the Kohl Center. Elkhorn's Daniel Stilling and Craig's Keeanu Benton won to reach finals tomorrow.
Elkhorn's Jacobson, Stilling also advance to Division 1 semifinal
Keeanu Benton and Jackson Hauri finished second at last year's WIAA state individual wrestling tournament. Both will be in search of gold this year when the tournament starts today.
Brodhead/Juda's Jackson Hauri and Beloit Turner's Devon Harbison won sectional titles Saturday to lead area wrestlers qualifying for next week's state meet.
Keeanu Benton pinned all three of his opponents in the first period Saturday in leading area wrestlers at the Division 1 Elkhorn Sectional.
The season ended Wednesday night for Evansville/Albany's wrestling team with a 54-30 defeat to Prairie du Chien at the WIAA Division 2 River Valley Team Sectional.
Janesville Craig head wrestling coach Mark Mullen lost his father, Richard, on Jan. 14. Richard Mullen was a captain on the first-ever Stoughton High wrestling team. Stoughton and Craig met in a team sectional Tuesday.
Stoughton's 59-9 victory was not a surprise, but the Cougars came away feeling like they laid a foundation for future years after winning their first regional title since 1975 to earn their spot against the Vikings.
Senior Adam Staver and his younger brother, freshman Camden, each won Division 2 regional titles, and Evansville/Albany added another regional championship to its banner in the gym Saturday.
Janesville Craig won its first regional wrestling title since 1975 on Saturday and will wrestle at top-ranked Stoughton on Tuesday night for a chance to go to the WIAA Division 1 state team tournament.
Last weekend, anger served as fuel for the Janesville Craig wrestlers.
Thanks to five individual champions, Janesville Craig's wrestling team defended its team title at the Big Eight Conference tournament Saturday.
The Blue Devils won the title match at four different weights. Senior Jared Miller won the 120-pound match, while teammate Austin Scofield took home the 126-pound title.
Janesville Craig is the defending champion in Saturday's Big Eight Conference wrestling tournament at Verona High School.
Cole Bavery is compiling quite the resume on the wrestling mat. The Edgerton High junior is a two-time state placewinner and is currently ranked second in Division 2 at 138 pounds.
The Vikings led 21-16 midway through the match, but Middleton took over in the latter half to win. Five different wrestlers won a match for Parker.
Janesville Craig’s wrestling team had hoped to be competing for a Big Eight Conference dual title.
Keean Benton won the 285-pound weight class Saturday to lead Janesville Craig's wrestling team to a fifth-place finish at the Terry Kramer Open in Fort Atkinson.
PHOTO GALLERY: Ricky Braunschweig set the tone with a pin in the first match, fellow freshmen Collin Roberts and Cutter Lange followed suit moments later, and Evansville/Albany ran away with a 52-24 road victory.
Ricky Braunschweig set the tone with a pin in the first match, fellow freshmen Collin Roberts and Cutter Lange followed suit moments later, and Evansville/Albany ran away with a 52-24 road victory.
Cougars go 2-3, after losing to Middleton on Friday night
Janesville Parker's wrestling team advanced to the championship match of the Big Eight Conference Showcase with a thrilling 39-30 come-from-behind win over Sun Prairie on Thursday night.
After finishing as the state runner-up in the Division 2 152-pound bracket last year, Brodhead/Juda senior Jackson Hauri is ranked No. 1 in the D2 state rankings as of this week. His only loss this season was to an out-of-state wrestler.