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Parker falls short in Big Eight opener
Parker falls short in Big Eight opener
Parker lost 21-19 in their opening game against Middleton on Friday, August 21, 2015, at Monterey Stadium in Janesville.
Janesville 13U team advances to World Series semifinals
The local team picked up a 7-0 win over Ithaca (New York) on Thursday
Janesville 13U baseball team advances to championship round

Janesville's 13U tournament baseball made its final pool play game at the Babe Ruth World Series a memorable one.
Mitchell Woelfle had three hits and four RBI to lead Janesville to a 20-1 win over host Jamestown (N.Y.) in a game called after five ...

Parker golfers second at Elkhorn Scramble

The high school girls golf season is a week old, but Janesville Parker High coach Mary Ross is looking toward the postseason.

Parker finished second to Union Grove in the Elkhorn Scramble on Wednesday, losing...

Janesville 13Us fall to Bismarck
The local team wound up with more errors (four) than hits (three) in a 7-0 loss that moved its pool-play record to 2-1 with one game left before bracket play begins for qualifying teams.
Defense shines as Janesville 13U team wins again
Janesville scored seven early runs and played stellar defense to win another pool-play game at the Babe Ruth World Series in Jamestown, New York.
Higley powers Beloit past West Michigan
Justin Higley's three-run home run in the fourth inning capped a five-RBI day for the Beloit center fielder as the Snappers beat the West Michigan Whitecaps 9-3 on Sunday.
Janesville 13Us win Babe Ruth World Series opener
The local team beat host Bronx 7-6 to open pool play Saturday
Milton High girls golf team wins tournament

The Milton High girls golf team gave a glimpse of what might be a regular occurrence this season at the Madison Edgewood Invitational on Friday.

The Red Hawks won the 19-team tournament for the second straight...

World Series up next for Janesville's 13U baseball team
World Series up next for Janesville's 13U baseball team
Manager Tom Davey said in his 31 years of coaching Janesville's top young talent, he's never had a team where so many players can play so many different positions.