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Officials in the game between the seventh-seeded Comets and Mount Horeb/Barneveld gave the teams the ball at the 10-yard line during the overtime period.
Mylik has flourished in a new opportunity, matching brother Ed with honor-roll grades and all-conference accolades as the two cherish their final year at Janesville's Parker High School.
Three girls cross country runners from The Gazette's coverage area won sectional races over the weekend, and volleyball and boys soccer teams will start their push through sectionals in the week ahead.
Peyton Sippy of Janesville Craig, McKenzie Fillner of Evansville and Erin Sorg of Delavan-Darien will all compete in the girls state cross country meet at Ridges Golf Course in Wisconsin Rapids after winning sectional races Saturday.
The Blackhawks won by scores of 25-22, 29-27 and 25-17 to advance to Thursday's sectional semifinal at Stoughton where it plays Kenosha Bradford.
Questions arose last Saturday when Fort Atkinson received a No. 4 seed ahead of 8-1 and conference champion Evansville/Albany. The Blackhawks were only 3-3 in the Badger South and 5-4 overall. Nobody's questioning the seeding process any longer.
There are six teams from The Gazette's coverage area in the WIAA football playoffs, and four of them (according to seeding, at least) are underdogs.
the Cougars got 147 yards and three touchdowns from Peyton Pope and two more scores from Jordan Jones in a 42-14 victory over visiting eighth-seeded Marshall.
The No. 7 seed in their WIAA Division 3 bracket, the Comets coughed up a 14-point fourth-quarter lead only to regroup and topple second-seeded Mount Horeb/Barneveld 28-21 in overtime.
Badger running back Will Keller ran for three first-half touchdowns to help the Badgers beat the Regents advance to a second-round game against another Big Eight opponent, Verona.
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