Cortez McCree tipped in a missed shot at the buzzer as La Follette won at Parker, 52-50.
Everyone in town enjoys a Craig-Parker matchup in any sport, but did the Big Eight Conference schedule hurt by pairing the teams too early in the season?
The Janesville Parker Vikings girls basketball team scored fewer than 10 points in three of four quarters against Oshkosh West in a 52-36 nonconference loss Saturday.
The Vikings open their season today without three key graduated players from last season, and their leading returning scorer is out with an injury.
James Morgan scored all 11 of his points after halftime as Craig pulled away to beat Parker in a Big Eight Conference boys basketball opener on Tuesday night.
While the cast of “Shrek the Musical” was drawing rave reviews in the school’s auditorium, Cullen Osmond stole the spotlight in the gymnasium.
With three starters returning and bolstered by an athletic senior class, coach Ryan Masterson is optimistic the Vikings can put the past behind them.
The Janesville Gazette names the top performers of the fall prep sports season.
It was sectional Saturday for south-central Wisconsin girls swim teams. Milton's Bridgette Alexander automatically qualified for state after winning two events in Baraboo.
Whitewater High School's Brett Harms made his fourth visit to the state cross country meet Saturday and turned in another top-five performance.
Wisconsin Rapids hosts the boys and girls WIAA state cross country meets on Saturday.
Janesville Parker girls golf team has trio of honorable mentions.
Parker's Keegan McCluskey, along with Craig's Evan Lalor and Nate Farrell, advanced to the WIAA state cross country meet as individual qualifiers at Saturday's Verona Sectional.
The Vikings were swept in a Division 1 regional semifinal on Thursday.
The Cougars beat Madison East, while the Vikings tied Madison La Follette.