The Vikings scored 114.175 points in a nonconference meet Tuesday
Poised to win its first Big Eight championship in school history, the Janesville Craig girls basketball team claimed the No. 1 seed in the 18-team Sun Prairie Sectional after coaches conducted their seeding meetings Sunday.
Austin Wolter, Sam Amundson, Ethan Perry and Mark Gosline etched themselves in the Parker record books three times Saturday at sectionals. They combined to set new school records in the 200 medley relay, 200 freestyle relay and 400 free relay.
The Vikings set four school records en route to a seventh-place finish. Four-time defending state champion Madison Memorial won the team title with 426 points, with Madison West second at 345.
Milton and Stoughton will square off once again Tuesday night with a trip to the WIAA state team wrestling tournament on the line. Both teams won their respective regionals Saturday to set up the meeting.
The Janesville Parker Vikings made eight of 13 free throws in overtime in holding off the Sun Prairie Cardinals, 54-49, in a Big Eight thriller in the Parker gym.
The Vikings missed all 10 of their shot attempts, turned the ball over four times and managed only three points in the final eight minutes, and Sun Prairie rallied for an improbable 42-39 Big Eight Conference win.
The Whippets kicked off his postseason with a pair of individual victories and two relay victories at the Southern Lakes Conference meet Saturday. Zimdars won the 200 medley (2:03.05) by more than six seconds and the 100 fly (53.83) by more than three. He was also part of Whitewater's winning teams in the 200 medley and 400 freestyle relays.
Siener, at 126 pounds, and Janesville Craig senior Airk Furseth at 113 each repeated as league champions at Beloit Memorial High. Middleton scored 236.5 points to edge Verona by 4.5 points. Craig was third at 224 and Parker sixth with 177.
The four-time defending state Division 1 champion and top-ranked Spartans won every event, including a 1-2-3 sweep in the 200 freestyle, in easily winning the team title. Memorial finished with a whopping 714 points, while Madison West was a distant second with 486.