Apart from a pair of unearned runs in the fourth inning, James Naile made life difficult for the Peoria Chiefs in Beloit's 6-4 victory Monday night.
Thirteen players total join player of the year Jennah Speth.
Will Power led all but four laps and held off Tony Kanaan's last-lap surge to take the 202-mile Kohler Grand Prix by 0.74 seconds on Sunday at Road America.
Janesville's Matt Behm turned 37 years old Thursday, the same day he celebrated the 10-year anniversary of setting Riverside's course record. The first-round 62 led Behm to the title in the 2006 Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship.
Over the past several years, the perch population on Big Winnie had come on like gangbusters, gaining an ever-increasing number of devotees.
Tony Stewart returned to victory lane for the first time in three years in vintage fashion—refusing to let Denny Hamlin steal a win at Sonoma Raceway away from him on the final lap Sunday.
Brandon Cloete eagled the par-5 10th hole at Riverside Golf Course to win a playoff over Tom Halla on Sunday in the 50th Ray Fischer State Medal Play Championship.
Tanner Roark pitched seven shutout innings in place of injured ace Stephen Strasburg, and the Washington Nationals ended a seven-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday.
After a senior season where she led the Comets to their first-ever state tournament, she'll head to Illinois-Chicago this fall to play for the Flames. Recently named the Division 2 player of the year by the state's coaches, Speth is The Gazette's area player of the year.
Five errors, including one on an infield pop-up in the eighth inning Friday night, resigned the Milton Raptors to a 10-8 loss to Watertown in Rock River League play.