The Waconia, Minn. native scored his first goal in two years Nov. 22 and has gained the trust of his teammates and coaches after not playing hockey for 433 days.
Ben Armer, a 2007 Janesville Parker graduate, is having the time of his life as the Director of Strength and Conditioning for the Ball State University football program.
Hunting camps across the state will be buzzing with the opening of the gun deer season Saturday. Localized landmarks within many camps serve as rendezvous points and important fodder for camp stories.
The St. Louis, Missouri native has played in all but two of Janesville's games this season after moving up the ladder from the North American Hockey League's affiliate league.
The Springfield Jr. Blues scored three goals in the final 16 minutes to pull away from the Janesville Jets to open a weekend North American Hockey League series Friday.
Ben Guerra is 72, weighs 217 pounds and could still take most of us down
The Steel never led until Farthing's goal exactly two minutes into overtime gave them a 2-1 North American Hockey League victory.
The Pointers, with former Milton High wrestler Jerry Lipke, will conduct an intrasquad match at Milton High starting at 6 p.m. Wednesday.
Ted Peck, an outdoors columnist for The Gazette who is a guide, angler and hunter, is among the 2020 Fresh Water Hall of Fame inductees.
Nate Trewyn gets a raise, better seat as Tampa Bay Bucs fly to London to play Carolina in London on Sunday
The Whitewater native, who will turn 15 in a few days, is regarded as a “blue-chip” prospect and one of the best junior players in the country after a whirlwind summer that saw her win a major national tournament and reach the quarterfinal round at another.
The Janesville Jets, now 3-3 after the NAHL Showcase tournament last week, host Fairbanks for games Friday and Saturday night.
The Janesville Jets picked up their second straight shutout victory at the NAHL Showcase tournament with a 4-0 win over the Austin Bruins on Thursday.
The Janesville Jets began the NAHL Showcase Classic tournament with a 5-0 win over the Northeast Generals.
Janesville's collapse was Chippewa's good fortune. The host Steel won 5-3 to clinch a two-game sweep of the Jets.
Jacob Dirks led Chippewa with three goals in a season-opening win over the Janesville Jets
The Janesville Jets wrapped up a three-week preseason with four exhibition games in Muskegon, Michigan, over the weekend. They open their regular season at home Friday against the Chippewa Steel.
Jameson Lavery struck out 11 in a complete-game shutout and the Jays upset Sauk Prairie 2-0 on Sunday, denying the visiting Twins a chance to clinch the Home Talent League's overall title.
Verona scored eight runs in the first inning Sunday against the Evansville Jays and rolled to a 14-4 win in a Final Four round robin game.
The Eastern Section champion Red Birds (15-4 HTL, 1-0 Final Four) used a pair of big innings to pull away winning the first of three round-robin series games 9-4 at Marshall Firemen’s Park.
Daniel Woltman won his second straight Wisconsin State Open title Wednesday on the Trevino Course at Geneva National Club & Resort.
The Beaver Dam native shot a 7-under 65 on the Trevino Course on Monday to take a three-shot lead into today's second round, which will be played on the more challenging Palmer Course.
Evansville pulled off its second straight road playoff upset, winning 7-3 to claim the Home Talent League's Southeast Section title and advance to the Final Four for the second straight season.
The 99th Wisconsin State Open begins Monday at the Geneva National Resort & Club. Riverside head pro Matt Ellis and Janesville Country Club head pro Matt Kersten are among the 204 professionals and amateurs scheduled to tee it up.
Baseball remains king in Janesville. The 13U tournament team's World Series appearance capped off another stellar season for Janesville baseball.
A magical postseason run came to an end Wednesday for Janesville's 13U baseball tournament team. Fargo, North Dakota eliminated the local team with an 8-5 win in a semifinal game of the Babe Ruth World Series.
A two-run rally in the top of the seventh inning lifted Janesville's 13U baseball tournament team to a 4-3 win over Pittsfield, Massachusetts in a World Series quarterfinal game Tuesday. Janesville plays Fargo, North Dakota in a semifinal game today.
Calgary, Alberta, Canada, defeated host Westfield 9-1, sending Janesville through to bracket play via the runs allowed tiebreaker over Westfield.
The locals fell 10-2 to Fargo, North Dakota, to drop to 1-3. Janesville has not been eliminated but would need some major help in the games today to advance to bracket play.
Brent Cashore and Jameson Lavery teamed up to limit Albion to six hits and two runs as the Evansville Jays won 5-2 in a Home Talent League Southeast Section semifinal
Not a day goes by that Dan Bloom doesn't think about the home run he hit that paved the way for Janesville's American Legion team's berth in the 1989 World Series.
It has been 30 years since Janesville's American Legion team finished third at the AAA World Series. Manager Jerry Davis said it feels like yesterday.
On its 30th anniversary, players from the 1989 Janesville American Legion baseball team reflect on playing at the World Series and the magical run leading up to it.
The Raptors (9-6) trailed 10-2 after four innings but chipped away at their disadvantage, scoring three runs in the fifth and three runs in the eighth to tighten the final margin.
Cole Williams, a 2002 Delavan-Darien High graduate, made his UFC debut Saturday in Newark, New Jersey. He took a fight on short notice but said he signed a four-fight contract with the UFC.
The Janesville 13U tournament baseball team lost its opening game in the Babe Ruth World Series to Meridian, Mississippi, 3-2 on Thursday afternoon in Westfield, Massachusetts.