The Aberdeen Wings scored two power play goals in the first period and one on the penalty kill in the second to defeat the Jets 4-1 at the NAHL showcase in Blaine, Minn. Jets goalie Brady Cole ended with 29 saves
The Janesville Jets improved to 2-2 on the season and 2-0 at the NAHL Showcase event with a 3-1 victory Thursday.
The Janesville Jets opened up the NAHL’s Showcase Tournament with a win Wednesday.
Allyssa Ferrell picked up her first Symetra Tour victory on Sunday, Sept. 9, when she won the Garden City Charity Classic.
On Sept. 29, Logterman’s basketball exploits will earn him a place in the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Kenai River scored four times in the third period to separate from the Jets for a 7-3 win Saturday night at the Janesville Ice Arena.
The Warhawks piled up 554 yards of offense in their final game before opening WIAC play.
The Janesville Jets, who went 38-13-6-3 in the North American Hockey League last year, begin this season at home Friday night against the Kenai River Brown Bears.
Quarterback Cole Wilber fired a pair of first half touchdown passes, while running back Alex Peete ran for 104 yards and a touchdown to help the Warhawks improve to 2-0.
Hyzer competed in the U.S. Rowing Masters Championship in Oakland, California, two weeks ago. She had won four national titles in the 1990s.
Both sides of Leah "Nidas" Letson—the lively 26-year-old and the fierce, violent fighter—will be featured during the 28th season of “The Ultimate Fighter.”
Don Burrell went from the basement to the penthouse in his prolific career as a hurdler. The 1981 Janesville Craig graduate won a state title and later helped set a world record at Illinois State University.
The Evansville Jays collected just three hits in a 6-0 loss to Cottage Grove in the first round of the Home Talent League Grand Championship Series on Sunday.
In 1985, Steve Stricker was looking to defend his state golf championship on his way to what has now been a highly successful professional career. But it was Janesville Craig's Don Brovick who came out on top.
2014 Milton High graduate Bridgette Alexander is concentrating on gaining spot in the 200 backstroke for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
The Patriots scored in every quarter en route to a 51-14 victory at Milton.
Bryce Schuett's RBI single represented the winning run as the Whitetails prevailed on their home field 6-5 on Sunday in what amounted to a play-in game.
Janesville resident going strong on baseball diamond when most men his age are giving up softball
Milton (11-7, 8-7 RRL) needs to win at least two of its final three regular-season games to clinch one of five postseason berths in the Rock River League's Southern Division.
Janesville's 13U tournament youth baseball team was eliminated from the Ohio Valley Regionals in Munster, Indiana, on Sunday after losing, 11-1, to Crown Point, Indiana.
If 2018 is a harbinger of things to come, I would be an off-key voice in the climate change choir.
Janesville's 13U Babe Ruth baseball tournament team won 12-2 to close out a perfect round of pool play at Ohio Valley Regionals on Saturday.
A.J. Fredricks connected with Jermar Ayers for a pair of touchdowns through the air and the Rock County Rage cruised past the Rockton Rush 46-14 in a Midstates Football League game Saturday in Rockton, Illinois.
Defending champion Erik Botts leads the Janesville Men's City Golf Tournament after two rounds. Botts is at 4 under par after a second-round 2-under 69 at Glen Erin on Saturday. Six-time champion Sam Van Galder is one shot back.
In the opener, Janesville used an eight-run fourth inning to pull away to an 11-2 win over defending Ohio Valley Regional champion Jeffersontown, Kentucky. The local team improved to 2-0 in pool play later in the day with a 7-2 win over West Louisville, Kentucky.
Six-time men's city golf champion Sam Van Galder shot 3-under 69 at Riverside Golf Course on Friday and holds a one shot lead heading into Saturday's round at Glen Erin.
Hunter Eichorn will take a one-shot lead into today’s final round of the 117th Wisconsin State Amateur Championship.
Erik Botts shot a 2-under 70 on Tuesday at Minocqua Country Club to move into a tie for sixth after two rounds at the Wisconsin Men's State Amateur Golf Championship.
A recap of Janesville youth baseball tournament teams playing in Ohio Valley Regional tournaments Sunday.
The Milton Junction Pub Raptors struggled to find ways to get on base against Austin Massey and fell to the Hustisford Astros 2-0 on Sunday at Schilberg Park.
Perpetual high water this summer has made fishing for most species challenging. Channel catfish in area rivers are a notable exception—at least upstream and downstream from the City of Parks.
A.J. Fredricks threw three third-quarter touchdown passes to help the Rock County Rage pull away in a 38-8 rout of the Leyden Lions on Saturday.
A recap of Janesville youth baseball tournament teams playing in Ohio Valley Regional tournaments Saturday.
A roundup of results from Ohio Valley Regional tournament play involving youth baseball teams from Janesville.
Janesville has four youth baseball teams scheduled to play in Ohio Valley Regional tournament play the next two weeks. The 9U, 11U, 12U and 13U teams won state titles and advanced to OVR play.
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.