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Parker wins, Craig falls in girls tennis
Cougars suffer first loss, while Vikings grab first conference win
Parker, Craig to meet on volleyball court
Parker, Craig to meet on volleyball court
The Vikings and Cougars won't need to wait for the Big Eight Conference season to start their volleyball rivalry this year; they are going to get a little preview Saturday during their co-hosted invitational tournament.
Parker drops to 0-2 after Sobah's late TD
The Vikings couldn't hold an 11-point fourth-quarter lead Friday night and fell to a disappointing 0-2 in the Big Eight.
Janesville Parker/Evansville swim co-op falls to La Follette
Maddie Nelson won two individual events, and Niki Millard won one, but the Janesville/Evansville co-op swim team lost at Madison La Follette 96-71 in the Big Eight Conference girls swimming opener Friday night.
Craig, Parker look to bounce back in Week 2
Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker both lost their season-openers but will look to bounce back in Week 2. Craig starts the slate off with a Big Eight game at Madison East tonight.
Parker plays to draw in boys soccer opener
The Vikings tied 3-3 at Edgerton on Thursday
Parker golfers set school scoring record
Every player on the varsity squad shot a career low and gave Parker an all-time low team score as the Vikings collected Big Eight wins over Verona and Madison La Follette at Riverside Golf Course.
Craig wins, Parker loses in Big Eight girls tennis

Janesville Craig went to 2-0 in Big Eight Conference tennis Tuesday with a 5-2 victory over Madison East.

No. 1 singles player Maycee Maslonka won, as did freshman No. 4 player Mya Maslonka.

With 'new' head coach, Milton golf doesn't miss a beat
The Red Hawks won their own best-ball invitational Thursday under the coaching of Kirk Wieland, who took over for his wife, Andrea, when she was named UW-Whitewater's coach last week
Quick-fire TDs sink Parker in opener
Quick-fire TDs sink Parker in opener
The Vikings continually found themselves on the wrong end of field position Friday night and gave up a pair of back-to-back, crippling one-play touchdown drives to visiting Verona.