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Jets earn shutout in Showcase opener
Jack LaFontaine registered his second straight blanking, beating Topeka 2-0 in Blaine, Minnesota.
Under Further Review: Rain causes consternation on football Friday
With torrential rains bearing down on southcentral Wisconsin on Thursday and Friday, a number of high-powered offenses couldn't get out of first gear.
Jets shut out Brown Bears for first win
Rob Marsanico scored in the second period and Nils Rygaard scored on an empty net in the last minute in Janesville's 2-0 win over Kenai River on Saturday.
Hat trick sinks Janesville Jets in opener
Jack Gessert scored at 2:58 of three-on-three overtime Friday to cap a hat trick and help the Kenai River Brown Bears beat the Janesville Jets 4-3 in Janesville's NAHL season opener at the Janesville Ice Arena.
Janesville Jets open NAHL season Friday night at home

The 2014-15 North American League Hockey season was one the Janesville Jets won't soon forget.

They won the league's regular-season title by going 49-9-2, were named the organization of the year and advanced to ...

Xtra Points: High school football midseason, reflections on NFL Week 1
Xtra Points: High school football midseason, reflections on NFL Week 1
Gazette Sports Editor Eric Schmoldt and reporter John Barry tackle all things football (and the start of the Janesville Jets season!) in this week's podcast.
Miller: New book details Milton College football history
Milton's Doug Welch penned the look back at program
Schmoldt: Young, local MMA fighters battle public perception
Middle-school MMA fighters a strange concept to most, but Janesville club appears to make safety, discipline a priority.
Six Janesville MMA fighters will compete at Battledome
Six Janesville MMA fighters will compete at Battledome
For the past three months, six local MMA fighters have called the Fearless Academy their second home. Now, they’re heading for the Battledome.
Snappers beat River Bandits in season finale
Jose Brizuela hit a two-run home run in the fourth inning, and the Beloit Snappers scored twice in the bottom of the eighth without recording a base hit in the inning to edge the Quad Cities River Bandits 4-3 on the final day of the Midwest League's regular season.