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You don't truly know a cop until you've gone bowling with one. At least that's what organizers hoped at a bowling event designed to bring youth and police together Saturday in Janesville.
The Fairbanks Ice Dogs arrived in Janesville to play the Jets with an undefeated record. They left on the bristle end of a broom.
Anglers headed for Lake Leota in Evansville's central park soon will face reduced bag limits. The lake has become a popular fishing spot since its 2009 dredging.
Adam Roeder scored twice—a game-tying goal in the third period and the overtime winner—to cap a Janesville rally from two goals down in the third to hand previously unbeaten Fairbanks a 4-3 loss.
Kip Hoffmann hails from Huntley, Illinois. The 18-year-old just started his second season of junior hockey with the Janesville Jets, playing about 60 miles up the road from his hometown.
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Many golfers will go their entire careers without hitting a hole-in-one. Most bowlers can only dream of a 300 game. Matt Micek, a 64-year-old from Janesville, recently accomplished both feats in the span of a week.
Kevin Dineen and Vaclav Krudenc both scored their first goals of the season and goaltender Blake Weyrick only had to stop eight shots Saturday for the Janesville Jets in their 2-0 win over the Minnesota Magicians.
A power-play goal in the final minute of the first period was the only scoring as the Aberdeen Wings beat the Janesville Jets 1-0 in Blaine, Minnesota.
Adam Winborg became Janesville's all-time leader in career points, but the Jackalopes won 3-2 Thursday
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and John Barry give grades to area high school football teams, talk about a No. 1 vs. No. 1 college football meeting Thursday and more.
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